The Riverwalk Golf Club

People say that almost everything that is “classic” is beautiful and unforgettable – movies, music, arts – because this is how legends are born. The Riverwalk Golf Club is steeped in a rich tradition of golf legends past. It is a classic golf vacation destination that offers a quiet oasis from the hustle and bustle of the urban world. This club is a great place to spend an epic golf adventure with its rolling fairways, well-maintained bentgrass greens, and spectacular waterfalls.

The location of The Riverwalk Golf Club was once a flat and barren marshland. Formerly known as the Stardust Country Club, golf architects Ted Robinson, Sr. and his son transformed the place into a magnificent golf vacation destination in 1998 by using more than half a million cubic yards of soil, while maintaining its wetlands flora and wildlife preserve. This golf club is both beautiful and challenging with the San Diego River playing a prominent role in the layout. Water comes into play in the thirteenth of the twenty-seven holes. Lakes and waterfalls surround the green of the signature hole.

The club entertained numerous golf legends while hosting the 50s and 60s PGA tour. Offering a classic golf experience across three 9-hole courses, a golf vacation at The Riverwalk Golf Club promises a fun and memorable day of golf complete with its clubhouse, pro shop, bar and restaurant, driving range, putting green, and golf instruction. This ensures that every need of the guests are met. A truly classic golf destination, this club offers the golfers a memorable experience with its superb features and amenities. Like the classic “Romeo and Juliet” love story, “Titanic” movie, or the famous “I Will Always Love You” song of Whitney Houston, the golf experience here will last forever.


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