River Forest Country Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Freeport, Pennsylvania.
River Forest Country Club first opened for play in 1964. The course was designed by Wynn Tredway.
Locals say this is a difficult course because most of the fairways are doglegs and lined by mature trees. In addition, the course has four extremely difficult par 3's.
The River Forest Country Club golf course plays to a par-71 and a maximum distance of 6,190 yards. The course rating is 70.4 and the slope rating is 139.
#1, a 293 yard opening par-4, protected in front by large evergreens and trapped with 2 sand Bunkers on the right.
#2 a 300 yard par-4. Hug the left side and you'll be rewarded with a short iron to a large green on this dog-leg right hole.
#3 a 554 yard par-5. This tree lined hole needs 3 great shots to reach in regulation. Thee green sits behind a beautiful lake.
#4 a 148 yard par-3. A smooth mid iron will provide a birdie opportunity on this attractive par 3.
#5 a 357 yard par-4. A placement shot off the tee will leave an uphill shot to a narrow green protected in front and to the left by sand.
#6 a 360 yard par-4. A good drive will leave a beautiful down hill view of the green don't be left.
#7 a 350 yards par-4. A challenging second shot required here to a flat green guarded on the left and right with sand.
#8 a150 yard par-3. A slightly uphill hole all the trouble is left.
#9 a 333 yard par4. Another beautiful tree lined hole requires a second shot placed right side of the sloping left green.
#10 a 370 yard par-4.. One of the longest par 4's requires a well placed tee shot and a long iron into this large green
#11 a 525 yards par-5. A good drive and fairwood wood will leave a mid iron to the green.
#12 a 365 yard challenge. Keep the drive to the left of center in par 4 and you'll be rewarded with a view of the elevated green.
#13 a 151 yards par-3. A smooth tee shot will provide a birdie opportunity. Stay clear of the bunkers both left and right.
#14 a 465 yard par-5. A beautiful view of this short par 5 from the elevated tee box requires a straight shot on all three shots because of the tree lined fairway.
#15 a 310 yard par-4. A sloping back to front green makes this a very demanding putting hole.
#16 a 345 yards par4. Cut the corner on this dog-leg right and you'll be in trouble. Keep the drive left and you'll have a short to mid iron to the green.
#17 a 117 yard hole. #17 is the shortest par 3. But, do not under rate this hole. The well bunkered green requires an accurate hit.
#18 is the 330 yard par4 finishing hole. This challenge requires a straight tee shot leaving an up hill short iron to a left to right sloping green.
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