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Riverview Golf Course

lady golfing at Riverview Golf Course

Are you driving for a good day on the green? Riverview Golf Course in Dublin, GA is an 18-hole public golf course bordering the Oconee River, located minutes off 1-16 at exit 54.

Opened in 1977, Riverview is on par featuring 6,161 yards of golf on lush Bermuda with a par of 72 with pro shop, cart and club rentals, and lessons.

Riverview Park Golf Course measures 6,168 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 123 and a 69.8 USGA rating. The course features three sets of tees for different skill levels.


A great course for your short game, Riverview Golf Course offers many other amenities:

  • Putting green
  • Cart and equipment rentals
  • Fully stocked pro shop
  • Practice bunker
  • Chipping green
  • Driving range
  • Meeting facilities
  • On-site management & maintenance
  • Walking allowed
  • Daily green fees with cart:

Strike while the iron is hot! For a membership application click HERE.

Emery Thomas Auditorium

Emery Thomas Auditorium can accommodate groups up to 200 classroom style or 150 banquet style. Accommodating to wedding receptions, fundraisers and serving as meeting space.

For daily green fees and Emery Thomas Auditorium rental information visit Riverview Golf Course.


The land where the Riverview Golf Course is located today used to be the 4H facilities during the 1950s. The Dublin Chamber of Commerce donated 67 acres and the Martin Theater Group of Columbus donated approximately 140 acres to create this course. There were reverter clauses in both deeds if the land was not used for its intended purpose.

At the time, the complex included a cafeteria, swimming pool and auditorium. The auditorium is now named the “Emery Thomas Auditorium”. During the last three decades, golf was becoming a very popular sport. But there was only one golf course in Dublin at that time. In 1975, the Dublin Laurens Development Authority and Chamber of Commerce had visions of constructing an 18-hole public golf course on the beautiful river site. Also, it would be used as a tool in promoting industrial development in the area.

The Chamber of Commerce donated its 67 acres and the Authority purchased the other property from the Martin estate and on May 21, 1976, the ground breaking was held. Thus, began construction on the Riverview Golf Course under the supervision of Mr. Don Lamb Sr. and Authority Development Chairman, Mr. Louis Livingston. Mr. Lamb donated over 1700 hours of his time to oversee the project.

Upon completion, the Authority turned ownership over to the City of Dublin in exchange for utility services in the West Dublin Industrial site. The course was then opened to the public in the spring of 1977.

Riverview Golf Course quickly became rated as one of the top 100 public courses in Georgia and is still owned and operated by the City of Dublin.

Take a whack and with a bit of luck you may just win big during one of the many tournaments at Riverview Golf Course in Dublin, GA!