Riverpark

Riverdale, Utah     1 course · 27 holes     Driving directions
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Dave S    August 21 at 5:21pm

Hey, is there a basket missing on one of the holes on the back 9? I think maybe it was hole number 11.

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Andrew Jackson   August 21 at 8:52pm

yes, it is in the ultra long position...lol

Dave S   August 25 at 5:03pm

found it, thanks guys

Eric L   August 26 at 9:23pm

it's actually back in short left now by 12 red tee.

William S Bauer AKA Billy Badass    January 31 at 6:51pm

Left a purple Prodigy D3 on the course Sunday or today if you have or have seen it please let me know. Thanks! NUDGA Rules!

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Greg Ferrell   January 31 at 8:22pm

holy crap is the course playable?

Andrew Jackson   January 31 at 8:46pm

totally!!

William S Bauer AKA Billy Badass   January 31 at 9:42pm

I think on 13# or 2#

Norma Rasmussen    July 1, 2013 at 1:57pm

My good friend and drummer lost a tiydie disk on hole 16 today, please keep your eyes open for it, it's his favorite disc.

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Andrew Jackson    June 30, 2013 at 3:40pm

Found her..!!!! WOOOO HOOOOO played just a few holes, wasn't properly prepared to play in the heat..will be back soon to play a proper round..what I saw was Outstanding. GREAT JOB ALL!!

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Rod Hess   June 30, 2013 at 4:34pm

It was good talkin to ya today, hope to play a round with ya soon. Next Sunday @ 7:00am maybe.

Andrew Jackson   July 1, 2013 at 12:33am

Ron Can't wait 2 play, I'll be in Kansas next week, but well be here 4 a long time after

Stu Jensen    April 7, 2013 at 10:50am

Big Thank You to all that came out yesterday. The course is looking great. I hope you notice those shiny new pads. That is your EOP money hard at work. We need to wait until after the next event before we can afford the road-base and forms for the construction of the pads. Next EOP event, the "U," will be on April 20th!! The two weeks following that are the Creekside Open's Ams then Pro. We will have our next workday on May 11th. If you can't make it but want to donate, then give all donations t ... more

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Rick Wardell    April 1, 2013 at 4:38pm

I heard a rumor about a work day coming up. If so when?

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Rick Wardell   April 2, 2013 at 8:58am

I'm pretty sure it always good to clean the course.

Rick Wardell   April 2, 2013 at 9:04am

With this rain it may get too muddy to drive on though.

Stu Jensen   April 2, 2013 at 11:25pm

Weather permitting, Work day is on.

William S Bauer AKA Billy Badass    March 9, 2013 at 1:28am

Winter wizards warm up round, come warm up your wizard arm for next weekend this Sunday the 10th 1 o'clock. We will play blues & Sunday league will be adding 40$ to the ace pot! Come get in on it.

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Lisa Alexander    October 22, 2012 at 12:20pm

I want to add to this post as I am a NUDGA too. I love this group of people. I have not met a finer club of people in a very long time. I came from California and my first course was Creekside where my kids and I threw every week for years. Everything was a lot like what Pat Linden said in his comment about Feldberg's idea. Like ball golf with Longer and Short holes with varying par's. Par 3, 4, and 5's It was always such a great time. I left golfing for a while and when we came back, my kids a ... more

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Derek Yanez    October 21, 2012 at 4:00pm

I have been playing at Riverpark since early of 2004 when there was only 7 holes and I think the club has come a long way, changes are good and in my opinion no NUDGA is going to do the club wrong. Thanks to all those who have had a hand in turning Riverpark to what it is today. Shane is one of the first people that I met at the course and he means well. All NUDGA's mean well and I'm proud to have been a part of a great club so I am sure that whatever the club decides to do will be good and I suck anyways so doesn't matter where the pins and tee pads are. NUDGA 4 LIFE!

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Rod Hess    October 20, 2012 at 11:39pm

Well said Kent, in my opinion you have singlehandedly done so much for disc golf in this area. You have my utmost respect. As far as changing the course, in my opinion only subtle changes should be made.The fact is it's a thin thread that allows us to even have a course out there, the city could say "remove it" and we would have to. They don't care about disc golf or NUDGA. It's so easy to be on the outside looking in and say why don't you do this and that but it's not that simple. Riverside gol ... more

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Kent Holsten    October 20, 2012 at 10:13pm

All the distances for all teepads are listed on hole signs, It seems to me you just leave them where they are and if different pads are installed call them black or gold. The club can buy more mats. We need to make the blue tees better with more women and kids playing. That was one of our goals we had at a Nudga meeting so we need to follow through. As far as all the old guys deciding where all the alternate pin placements are installed, there has been many people in on choosing locations and he ... more

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Pat Linden    October 20, 2012 at 8:37pm

I'm aware it's more work. But it's well worth it. And I'm also assuming the land owners, be it public or private, would give more than a days notice when they planned to develop, or whatever. But if you can convey that it's not really "permanent" I think you could get tees approved, you got the sleeves in.

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Pat Linden    October 20, 2012 at 8:28pm

That's supposed to be "permanent." Sorry

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Pat Linden    October 20, 2012 at 8:27pm

Bummer that land is private! I always thought it was city/county or something... But the whole "permanenr" thing has always bothered me. Rod, you have a skid steer, yes? If you know what you're doing in it you can rip a concrete tee out in 15 seconds, and with a chain even quicker to get a sleeve out. After, some fill and a little back dragging. And the end result is very similar if not exactly what you get after picking up one of those mats. A rectangular piece of flat barren earth... But that's just this Nudga's opinion...

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Tony "D-9" Spendlove    October 20, 2012 at 3:01pm

noticed red 2 was moved back to original spot yesterday while playing, it wasn't one of the ornery old men, so don't know who put it back. Could honestly care less where reds are. Didn't mean to step on toes, just have concern of people making changes at random. If everyone changed something that they didnt like, it would be mayhem. Course would be new every day with no structure. I agree more communication is good. If a majority of players like new red 2, put it there, or just make it another ... more

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JT Hall    October 20, 2012 at 12:11pm

Well I have been pre approved to use land up on Avon for next summer as long as we keep the land clean from trash, it will be a private summer course were we can camp and have some disc golf fun, I plan on buying a few baskets, and if some people plan on playing there a lot, I could use a few minds to help lay it out.. This is going on my dime, I hope to make it sick..... And yes Shane McBane variety is great, I think a few par fives are in store... Now summer come back so we can do this.....

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Rod Hess    October 20, 2012 at 10:00am

My opinion on this matter is that Rick's concern is for the safety of all disc golfers, Creekside used to be a pretty safe course to play 15 years ago but now it has evolved to where holes are criss-crossing so much that it is easy to get hit. I have hit someone and have been hit as well while playing there.If it weren't for Rick there wouldn't be a Riverpark, he is our connection to the city and the land owner for the back nine. Could he have possibly handled this differently? Maybe. His passio ... more

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Pat Linden    October 20, 2012 at 12:07am

I don't mean to get involved, but I agree with Feldberg. Disc golf courses need to be more like ball golf. With longer and short holes of varying par, somewhere around 70 for a course total. I don't know if this could EVER happen, due to fear of change. Nudga is a great organization and riverpark a great course. Why not make it better? I would do away with the letter holes and re-design the course into an epic 18 hole par 72 course. Trying to keep as many original holes intact as possible. There ... more

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Rick Wardell    October 19, 2012 at 9:54pm

Really???????

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Brodey Hansen    October 19, 2012 at 6:48pm

Red 2 is sweet. This NUDGA approves.

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