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Clifton Hollow Golf Club - Eighteen Hole CourseW12166-820th Ave
River Falls, WI 54022
Phone: (715)425-9781Fax: (715)426-1461
This club offers one regulation eighteen hole course and one par 3 course. The Eighteen Hole Course, carved out of a wooded area, features water hazards coming into play on four holes. The greens on both of these courses are medium-sized with a majority of them being sloped and generally fast. The Par 3 Course is tree lined. Both courses are highlighted by the numerous sand bunkers incorporated into their designs.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Nov 1|
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Course reviews for Clifton Hollow Golf Club - Eighteen Hole Course
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Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
sketchy, Jul 23, 2008
from Stillwater, MN
|Nice course for working on your game and general overall enjoyment. Challenging enough at times due to slow play. Layout is very fun.|
| 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Comfortable surroundings, friendly staff, Mar 26, 2004
from Stillwater, MN
|Clifton Hollow is a friendly, interesting golf course. This course is middle of the road as far as the course itself - but they keep incrementally improving it. Where it shines is the attitude of the owners and the staff. This is the kind of a course that a family can have fun at and kids (of all ages) are comfortable. With lots of courses nearby competing with them, Clifton Hollow stands out because they encourage people to enjoy playing golf. It's not a course carved out of cornfield - it has a fair amount of character. In this day and age, it seems that there are a lot of middle of the road courses that want to cater to the scratch golfer. Clifton Hollow likes good golfers, but they accept the rookies too. Call on a Saturday and tell them that you want to tee off in the mid afternoon with your 10 year old son and if they have space, they will leave you as a twosome so the kid can play. Ask them if your disabled spouse and your 88 year old grandfather can rent a cart and follow you and they'll do it. Clifton Hollows is no Pebble Beach - but it is a great place to play and when it makes sense, is a great place to expose new players to the great game of golf.|