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Tour River Wilds

Hole #1 – Par 4

One of the shorter par 4’s at River Wilds requires a well played tee shot left of the fairway bunker sets up a rewarding approach across the creek. 325/316/254

Hole #2 – Par 4

A blind tee shot on this severe dog leg right hides bunkers waiting atop the hill for shots that are not hit with the right distance. 384/353/309

Hole #3 – Par 5

A good drive down the right side of this fairway will yield an opportunity to go for the very small green in two. 510/490/369

Hole #4 – Par 3

A fairly long par 3 with bunkers surrounding the green requires accuracy off the tee. 174/162/124

Hole #5 – Par 4

The longest par 4 on the course makes it our number 1 handicapped hole.  A drive down the right side of the fairway is a must for a manageable second into another small green. 420/411/352

Hole #6 – Par 5

The longest hole on the front is exactly as it looks long and straight a tee shot in the fairway is a necessity for a shot at birdie. 526/504/418

Hole #7 – Par 3

The second shortest hole on the course provides a great birdie opportunity if you are able to avoid the bunkers that surround the green. 147/117/107

Hole #8 – Par 4

A dog leg left around the water requires a tee shot towards the corner of the fairway. 389/364/289

Hole #9 – Par 4

A dog leg right that is protected off the tee, left by the lake and right by a large bunker makes for an exciting finish to the front 9. 402/384/322

Hole #10 – Par 4

A severe dog leg left requires a long iron or fairway metal off the tee.  For the risk takers a well placed drive through the gap in the trees leaves you in great birdie position but also could result in a big number if you clip the tree. 408/391/317

Hole #11 – Par 4

A straight forward par 4 up the hill protected by trees left and out of bounds right.  A ball placed in the fairway is needed if you wish to hold the very small green. 355/340/289

Hole #12 – Par 5

Somewhat blind, a tee shot well placed on this slight dog leg right, rewards the golfer with an opportunity to go for the green in two.  A two tier green this hole tends to play tougher than its distance. 486/471/385

Hole #13 – Par 5

With one of the toughest tee shots you will face in Eastern Nebraska, hole 13 is one of our most exciting holes.  After your tee shot you are faced with a green surrounded by bunkers and hazards left, right, and behind the green makes it a 3 shot par 5. 518/503/427

Hole #14 – Par 3

Our signature hole, this picturesque par 3 with an elevated tee will give you all you want out this 130 yard hole, with hazards right and deep of the green. 155/132/110

Hole #15 – Par 4

A drive on the right side of the fairway will get you a good look at this right to left sloping green.  Avoid the bunkers and out of bounds on the right.  Left is trouble with the native grass. 385/355/323

Hole #16 – Par 4

This 400 yard par 4 is the toughest hole on the back 9.  With out of bounds right and the fairway bunker in the middle, a precise tee shot is required to survive this hole.  The second shot may be even more intimidating one over the creek into an elevated green protected by a bunker short and right. 424/392/333

Hole #17 – Par 3

Is the longest par 3 at River Wilds at 180 yards. An elevated tee shot over the creek into a very large green protected by bunkers left and the hazard right. 215/175/129

Hole #18 – Par 5

A blind tee shot into the shortest par 4 on the back makes for a great finishing hole and a great birdie opportunity. 339/323/284

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