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Discover a pleasing variety of terrain on Iowa’s many golf courses: rolling hills, quiet countryside, and marshlands in the Mississippi River Valley. From public courses to private country clubs, it’s easy to find the perfect place to practice your swing.
One of Iowa’s top golfing destinations is the Riverside Casino and Golf Resort. The Blue Top Ridge golf course here features incredible views of the waterways, five restaurants, and a Vegas-style casino. The Des Moines area is also home to numerous top-rated courses, including the Harvester in Rhodes, the Glen Oaks Country Club, and the Des Moines Golf and Country Club. Nearby in Polk City, tee off at the only Arnold Palmer Signature Course in the state: The Tournament Club of Iowa. In the Northwest Iowa, the Cherokee Golf and Country Club features tournament play and a swimming pool. With hundreds of courses to choose from, Iowa is an excellent destination for a golfing vacation.
Established in 1916, the Cherokee Golf & Country Club in located in northwestern Iowa in the city of Cherokee. The nine-hole course features nearly 3,200 yards of golf – creating a par of 36 – plus an onsite clubhouse and swimming pool. The Cherokee Golf & Country Club features course events and competitions like the annual Sioux Valley Men’s Match Play, plus leagues like the Cherokee Men’s Club and Cherokee Ladies Club.
Eastern Iowa travelers headed to Riverside are in for a treat. The Riverside Casino & Golf Resort, located south of Coralville, features a Las Vegas-style casino, live entertainment, a world-class golf course, shopping, five restaurants, and a spa. The resort's BlueTopRidge golf course, designed by Rees Jones, is one of Iowa's premier golf destinations. This 18-hole course encompasses more than 7,400 yards and features incredible views of the waterways surrounding the course. Golfers find everything they need at the course including a pro shop, practice facilities and a clubhouse.