River's Edge Course Details

History

The South Nine opened June 1, 1994, was constructed and designed by Ed Engelhardt, a former Canadian Tour Professional and member of C.P.G.A. since 1965. In 2003 Ed and his son Michael Engelhardt, started construction on their design of the North Nine. Construction moved quickly and the course opened June 1, 2004, as a full length championship eighteen hole golf course with a new Pro Shop, fully stocked with the latest trends in both apparel & golf clubs.

Selected as the official host club to the 2010 Alberta Ladies Amateur Championship, River's Edge had undergone many renovations in preparation for the prestigious event. Although our course is challenging, it is also extremely fair and provides enjoyment for golfers of all skill levels.
 

The Course

The Course yardage ranges from approx. 7,000 yards off the championship tees down to approx 5,200 yards from the front boxes. We offer many types of memberships at our facility. Executive (Equity), Unrestricted, Weekday and Intermediate just to name a few. We put on many exciting club events such as Mixed Socials, Interclubs and Club Tournaments.

The club's relaxed country atmosphere appeals to golfers of all genres. Our holes have character like no other facility. From Death Valley, (Holes 13, 14, 15), which are situated along the river, featuring narrow fairways lined with 50 foot tall Poplars, to our picturesque signature island green...Aka Waterworld, which is surrounded by 360 degrees of H20.

So come on out and indulge in the River's Edge experience for yourself. We promise you won't regret it!

Scorecard

River's Edge Scorecard