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Riverside Country Club is proud to annually host the Saskatchewan Amateur Team Riverside Vipond Golf Calssic Championship. 

  • Riverside Vipond Golf Classic
  • SATC
The Vipond Golf Classic is one of the longest-running charity golf tournaments held across Canada that supports local charities dedicated to helping people with developmental disabilities.

Proceeds from the Riverside Vipond Golf Classic support community services provided by agencies including Cosmopolitan Industries, the Community Living Association Saskatoon, Ability in Me, Special Olympics and Elmwood Residences.

Riverside has proudly hosted the Vipond Golf Classic in Saskatoon since 1983. After a two year pause due to Covid, the Riverside Vipond Golf Classic will relaunch on Monday June 20th, 2022. Sponsor the event, enter a team or donate a prize for our Silent Auction. Funds raised assist amazing people with intellectual and related disabilities.  Check out the sponsorship brochure, contact us at 306-664-3158 or email vipond@cosmoindustries.com for more information. 
Riverside Country Club is proud to annually host the Saskatchewan Amateur Team Championships presented by Wyant Group. “The Teams” have been an integral part of the golf season for many of the province’s top players for over 40 years.

Throughout the Championship, participants will be able to play at least three
rounds on one of Canada’s most immaculate courses that overlook the South Saskatchewan River.

Congratulations to the 2021 Champions, Jehremy Ryde & Kristopher Walton!
Click here to view the full results from the 2021 SATC. 

The 2022 SATC is scheduled for August 8th - 10th. Registration details will be released to 2021 SATC participants before being released to the public. Registration is not yet available. Please contact Miss Brett Molnar with any questions by emailing administration@riversidecc.ca or by calling 306 373 8687 ext 221.

Club History 

Riverside Country Club was established in 1912 in the middle of a spectacular boom in Saskatoon. Designer and Scottish Golf Professional, William Kinnear, used the natural contours of the Saskatchewan prairies to create Riverside's undulating fairways and bunkers. The entire Course is reminiscent of a Scottish-style course.

In the late 1950s, Robbie Robinson made improvements to the course and in the early 1970s, Bill Robinson was responsible for further changes. In 2011, the course was renovated by acclaimed Canadian golf course architects Graham Cooke and Wayne Carlton.

Canadian Amateur Championships previously held at Riverside Country Club:
1964 & 1983 RCGA Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship
1967 & 1986 CLGA Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship
1968 & 1980 RCGA Senior Men’s Amateur Championship
1990 RCGA Canadian Junior Men’s Amateur Championship
1993 RCGA Canadian Men's Amateur Championship
2007 RCGA Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship
2015 Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship