Riverview Golf Course News – A blog around the most recent news in the Riverview golf course realm.
Riverview Golf Course News is a blog that provides reviews and chronicles the latest news in the Riverview golf course world.
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Riverview Golf Course News was conceived in 2007, when a group of people from Riverview Golf Course, Florida decided that they wanted to help the world learn more about the most recent news surrounding golf courses in Riverview.
Despite being a relatively new site in the blogosphere, we have been steadily growing and delivering some of the most up-to-date information on Riverview golf courses to our readership. As a result, it has become one of the most widely read blogs on this topic.
Our goal is to continue to provide you with superior content and a website that is easy to use and navigate. We hope that you enjoy your stay at Riverview Golf Course News!
Welcome to the Riverview golf course blog. Here we will be posting all of our most recent news, updates, and happenings here at our club house. Stay tuned!
This is just a test post to make sure we can get this blog going…
We would like to thank all the players who participated in our annual golf tournament this year. We hope that you had fun! We would also like to give a big thanks to all of the sponsors of this event, which include:
* The Riverview Golf Course
* The Riverview Grill & Bar
* The Riverview Motel
* The Riverview Golf Shop
* Fairway Insurance Services Inc.
* Riverside Cleaners & Laundry
* Riverside Auto Center, Inc.
* Riverside Bank & Trust
The Riverview golf course has been a staple among the community for many years. It is one of the top rated golf courses in the state of Oregon and is highly regarded by locals and visitors alike. The Riverview golf course is one of the best in the world, with a very high level of competition and some of the most prestigious tournaments all over the world.
The Riverview Golf Course is located in Bend, Oregon, just north of Oregon State University. It was originally built in 1892 by John G. Thompson as a private club. In 1917 it was purchased by John W. Smith and became part of his company, which later became known as Smith & Wollensky Restaurants. The course was originally designed by architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., who had designed many other courses in the United States including Pebble Beach, California; Whistling Straits in Wisconsin; St. Andrews Links in Scotland; and Pinehurst Resort and Country Club in North Carolina.
In 1927, Mr. Smith sold his interest in Smith & Wollensky to his brother-in-law, Fred Wollensky, who later became president of the company and renamed it Smith & Wollensky Golf Club. In 1929, he built another nine holes on top of
Paulson says he is not sure, but he will look into it.
I drive up to the course. It is closed. I call the town clerk at home and tell her about my conversation with Paulson.
“I don’t know what he’s talking about,” she says, “because as far as I know, the course is still closed.”
“I see,” I say. “Well, thanks for your help.”
I hang up and drive to the municipal building, where I find three men sitting in the dark behind a desk in a lobby. One of them stands up and comes to greet me with a smile on his face that seems to say: I am friendly because I have nothing to hide. But I have nothing to hide either, so it works out fine.
“Can I help you?” he asks.
“Yes. Do you have somebody here named Bob Paulson?”
He looks at me suspiciously and asks: “Who are you?”
“My name is Alex Beam.”
He still looks suspicious. “Who do you work for?” he asks me.
“The Boston Globe,” I reply, thinking: And who do you work for? The KGB? The Gestapo? The police in “Dragnet