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Custer Hill Golf Course & Driving Range
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Custer Hill Golf Course
5202 Normandy Dr.
Fort Riley, KS  66442

Ph: 785.784.6000
The Custer Hill Golf Course, located on Historic Fort Riley’s Custer Hill, is a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. golf course design. It offers challenges from tee to green on every hole for all level of golfers. The course is an 18-hole championship course that plays over 7,072 yards from the tips.

The Custer Hill Golf Course offers a variety of quality programs for the military Family, the single Soldier, and everyone in between. They offer a variety of lessons, clinics, tournaments, league, and practice facilities.

Custer Hill Golf Course is one of the finest military courses in the Midwest.
Open to Soldiers, Family members, DoD Civilians and general public. Lessons are available by appointment for individuals and groups.



Fort Riley Access
Visitors without a DOD ID card who wish to enter Fort Riley are reminded that a temporary Fort Riley Access Pass or Badge is required. 

If you know the exact date of your visit, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to get a temporary pass or badge early by stopping by the Visitor Control Center or emailing
. Emails will be answered within 48 hours Mon-Fri and 72 hours if received Sat-Sun. Please note there are longer wait times for passes during periods of higher traffic - especially weekday mornings and weekday afternoons-when Soldiers and civilian employees are traveling to work and physical fitness activities.

 If you're unable to get a pass early, make sure to allow extra time the day of your visit to get through processing at the Visitor Control Center.
 The Visitor Control Center (Bldg 885) is located just prior to the Henry Gate Access Control Point (Exit 301, U.S. Interstate Highway 70) and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

In order to comply with federal Real ID Act standards, starting March 1, Fort Riley will require additional identification for visitors with a driver’s license from the following states: Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico and Washington
For a full list of acceptable forms of ID click here.