The golf course layout starts with the clubhouse, shown as the bright red square.
Players cross Gravel Hill Road to either the front or back tee for hole #1.
Two tee boxes are available for hole # 2, with the back tee offering a narrow fairway.
The back tee of hole # 3 a sweeping dogleg to the right, or the front tee eliminates the dogleg entirely.
Crossing the road again, players may use either the front tee to watch their shot, or the back tee which makes the hole blind for # 4.
A short par 3 follows in the slightly downhill hole # 5.
Hole # 6 hugs the trees on the tee shot into a wide open second shot.
The short par 4 seventh hole offers a chance to reach the green in one for a chance at an eagle.
The only par 5 on the course offers two tee boxes on the dogleg # 8.
To finish the round, hole # 9 goes back up the hill to a green surrounded by trees.
Don’t let the short yardage fool you. Ridgeview has many challenges and a score in the 30’s is hard to attain. Come try your skills and attempt to beat the course record. Rumor has it that a 29 was once shot here. The owner once scored a 31 back in 1994.