Rivers Edge Golf Course

Rivers Edge Golf Course is located in Shallotte, North Carolina. The course was designed by Hall of Famer Arnold Palmer. THis course is a 18-hole par 72 course. The Rivers Edge golf course has a golf rating of 72.7 and a slope rating of 140. The greens are played on Ultradwarf Bermuda grass. The is a public course and was voted “ America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses” in 2005 and again in 2007. GolfWeek also ranked the course No.5 in the state of North Carolina. Rivers Edge golf course also has all the amenities including a Bar, Golf Cart Rentals, Golf Instructors, a restaurant and Golf Pro Shop.

30 thoughts on “Rivers Edge Golf Course”

  1. CaddyShackFanatic

    I was at Rivers Edge last summer and boy, that’s a course you don’t want to miss. Be sure to grab a bite at their restaurant after your round, they serve the best club sandwiches. Also, anyone know if they still have those golf instructors available? Might need a few lessons the next time I’m in NC.

  2. PuttingWizard982

    Ah, Rivers Edge! One of the best courses I’ve ever played! I’m not surprised it was ranked in America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses. That view of the river from the 9th hole is unbeatable. The greens are always in fantastic condition and the course layout is challenging but fair. A real testament to Palmer’s genius design abilities!

  3. Rivers Edge is a gem – always a pleasure to play. The views along the river are just spectacular! And the Ultradwarf Bermuda grass – it makes for a truly unique playing experience.

  4. Anybody else been on this course recently? I played Rivers Edge back in 2019 and loved it, looking to go back soon. Wondering how the conditions have been lately?

  5. A friend recommended Rivers Edge to me and I wasn’t disappointed. They’ve got everything you need for a great golfing day out. Plus, who can resist the chance to play on a course designed by a legend like Arnold Palmer?!

  6. Rivers Edge is my home course! It never gets old. The combination of beautiful views and challenging holes designed by the great Arnold Palmer himself simply doesn’t disappoint.

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