History and variety are two things you'll find in droves at the Riverside Golf Course in Clintonville.
"I worked at four golf courses within the state, and golfed at some of the higher end courses in the state and I think this rivals any of those courses when it comes to aesthetics," said course superintendent Andrew Noll.
It's not just the majestic views that make this drive worth it. This course has a little bit of everything.
"The mature trees, tight fairways, the ponds, island green, and just some of the rolling hills and elevation changes," Noll said.
The first nine holes were built in 1929, with the other coming in 2000.
"Almost two different distinct types of holes as types as older and newer, which gives you a variety. Some smaller greens, some larger greens, so a large variety of different looks and shots that you have to play," said Noll.
And that variety means this course plays well for both beginners and pros alike.
"For the beginner golfer, the golf course is able to be played short and fairly easy. For the better golfer, if you play the back tees, you can extend the yardage out and you're also going to be dealing with tight tee shots," Noll said.
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