Riverside Golf Resort is one of the finest golfing facilities in the Midwest. Located in scenic Beloit, Wisconsin, we offer an 18-hole championship golf course, a driving range and practice green, a pro shop and bar/restaurant. Our banquet room can accommodate up to 120 people for your special event.
Our course has hosted numerous professional events, including the LPGA Tour’s Shopko Classic from 1998-2001. Our staff will gladly provide you with information on memberships or tournament play for your group or organization.
We are located just 20 minutes from Madison and Janesville and just 30 minutes from Rockford and Milwaukee. So come out to Riverside Golf Resort for a challenging round of golf or organize a group or corporate event at one of the best facilities around!
Located just south of downtown on the bank of the Trinity River, Riverside Golf Resort is a great place for a round of golf in Fort Worth. The course features 18 holes over 6,415 yards and par 72.
The original nine-hole course was built in 1912 by John Bredemus, who designed Shady Oaks Country Club and Colonial Country Club, both in Fort Worth. The back nine was built in 1948 after World War II by Ralph Plummer.
The most recent renovations were completed in 2004 by noted architect Jay Morrish and his son Tom Morrish. They restored the course to its early 1920’s design with modern upgrades and improvements.
A full practice facility is available for use at Riverside Golf Resort. It includes a driving range and putting green with practice bunker.
The Golf Course at Riverside is an 18-hole championship golf course designed by world-renowned architect Arthur Hills.
As soon as you arrive at the course your senses will be delighted by the natural beauty of the property. Once you tee off, you’ll enjoy a round of golf that challenges all levels of play, while also making sure you’re having fun.
Riverside Golf Resort has been a local favorite since opening in 1996 and we hope to make it a tradition for your family and friends as well. We are committed to providing our guests with the best possible experience, service and value.
Riverside Golf Resort is a true desert oasis. Consisting of two championship courses, the resort is located in an area of tranquility and serenity, yet just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.
For a decade, Riverside has been home to the $1 million Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge, an annual event that brings together players from the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Senior PGA Tour. The event has featured many of golf’s top names including Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus.
Riverside has also hosted a number of other events over the years including the PGA Tour’s PGA Club Professional Championship and two Ben Hogan Tour events. The club was also host to a USGA US Open local qualifier.
Both courses at Riverside were redesigned in 1991 by architect Ted Robinson, Jr., who has designed more than 200 courses worldwide. The original designer for both courses was William Bell, who in 1927 designed many well-known Southern California layouts including Torrey Pines South (home of this year’s U.S. Open).
Riverside Golf Resort, situated in the heart of Gujrat, is a place where you can feel pampered in a relaxing atmosphere.
The key to the success of our resort is the personal and friendly service from our dedicated staff. We are committed to providing a luxurious experience for all of our guests.
Our accommodation ranges from standard to deluxe rooms, all fully equipped with cable TV, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and private showers. The hotel also offers an indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi, gymnasium and outdoor tennis courts.
Our chef creates menus with the best seasonal ingredients that are prepared to order by our culinary team.
We look forward to welcoming you on your next visit.
We’ve all been there. The first time you play golf, you expect to hit a few balls, and then be able to putt and drive like a pro. But that’s not how it works.
The process of learning golf is long and arduous. It takes years to master your swing and build the muscle memory needed for consistency on the course.
Golfers often don’t play their best golf until they’re in their 30s or 40s. Golf is a game that favors experience over raw athleticism, but only if you learn the proper form early in your career as a golfer. Young players who are still learning the game need places where they can practice their swings without worrying about errant shots or slow play.
That’s why Riverside has its own driving range: so we can create an environment where young people can learn to love the game of golf without worrying about interrupting other players with sub-par shots.
The driving range is open to all ages, and even adults can benefit from honing their skills away from the distractions of the course. Everyone needs a place to practice, whether they’re working on their backswing or perfecting their chip shot.