Single handicappers might like to play Riverside from the tough Tournament Tee. Having to bridge a total of nearly 7,000 meters, it is here where Greg Norman the designer regularly changes hats with Greg Norman the player.
It's long, demanding and challenging.
Whatever the handicap, Riverside needs to be played brave. It surely can be a course from which you either come away feeling great or feeling totally destroyed. Four different tee boxes, however, make this course playable for golfers of every level of skill.
Holes #3, #4, #6, #7 and #8 are brilliant holes. As they have no fairway, the par 3 holes #11 and #14 are awesome. Hole #15 is a blind hole.
The friendlier tee box is the Men's Regular (white) and offers golfers a lot of great shots and options to choose from. All in all, Riverside is a course not to be missed.
The spacious clubhouse is home to a restaurant that offers Japanese, Western and Indonesian food.
Take the Cimanggis exit on the Jagorawi toll road and make a sharp right turn immediately after the toll booth and follow the Riverside signs to get there.