Member Login

Guest FAQ's

The guest green fee at the Club is $115.00 (tax included).
Guests are invited to play at the Club in groups that have at least one member following these time restrictions:
  • After 12:00 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, & Holidays
  • After 7:00 a.m. on weekdays
A guest is allowed to play up to 6 rounds per year at Riverside. Playing as a guest in tournaments such as the Riverside Ladies' Classic or Saskatchewan Amateur Team Championship do not count toward the 6 guest rounds.
Power cart rentals are available at the Club for the following price:
  • 18 holes
    • 1 rider: $24 (includes tax)
    • 2 riders: $48 (includes tax)
  • 9 holes
    • 1 rider: $12 (includes tax)
    • 2 riders: $24 (includes tax)
The Club's Power Carts are equipped with GPS navigation and divot repair mixed bottles. A few notes on power carts are as follows:
  • Not more than two people and two bags are allowed on any golf cart.
  • Minimum age for rental and operation of a power cart is 18 years old.
  • Privately-owned golf carts are not allowed.
  • Golf cart rentals are made at the Golf Shop as available.
  • All golf carts must be signed out in the Golf Shop prior to play.
Pull rickshaws are available free of charge.
Yes. As a guest who has paid the guest green fee, you are more than welcome to practice prior to your round on the following facilities:
  • 3-hole short course located between holes 9 & 13
  • Driving range with complimentary range golf balls
  • Putting green located between the first tee and the 18th hole
  • Chipping green located by the Hut
If you need help locating any of the above practice facilities, please ask a Golf Shop employee upon arrival who will be happy to direct you accordingly.
The Board of Directors and Mangement trust that Members and their Guests will choose to dress in a manner suitable to the extraordinary surroundings and services provided at Riverside Country Club. 

Appropriate golf apparel is required on the golf course, and jeans are not permitted to be worn on the golf course.

In the Clubhouse upscale casual attire, including dressed-up denim, is also suitable. Etiquette applies. As an example, gentlemen are asked to remove their hats in the Clubhouse.

Members and Guests dressed inappropriately in the opinion of Management or their designate can expect to be asked to adjust their attire or depart the property.
Riverside Country Club's pace of play is 4 hours. A few recommendations by the USGA on how to maintain a good pace of play include:
  • Keep up with the group in front of you
  • Minimize your pre-shot routine
  • Try alternative forms of play to speed up your round
  • Be efficient on the putting green
  • & many more - click here for more tips and suggestions on improving your pace of play.
Yes, music is allowed to be played on the course. However, Members & Guests must keep the volume low to a reasonable level in order to be respectful of fellow golfers on the course. You should be able to hear your own music, but golfers on the hole next to you should not.
At Riverside, we want you to have fun on the course and enjoy your round to the fullest. We also want you to be respectful of the course and leave it the same, if not better than how you arrived. To do so, please see the following:
  • Replace your divots or fill them to the proper level with divot mix
  • Please use bug spray on the cart paths only to ensure the chemicals do not damage the grass
  • Thoughtfully enter, exit and rake bunkers
Click here for more information by the USGA on caring for the course.