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A Tradition of Excellence in Service & Sport

Riverside is a classic, a blend of traditional design with large, mature trees contributing to the parkland setting. Riverside's golf course is an 18-hole, par 72 course with 7 tee boxes. The outstanding scenery and panoramic prairie views have not changed since Riverside Country Club was established in 1912 by a group of Saskatoon businessmen who wanted a golf facility that reminded them of Britain’s best courses.

Riverside's course was designed by William Kinnear in 1912 and officially opened in 1914. 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.

Riverside Country Club is a Non-Profit Organization run by a Board of Directors and managed by the Executive Director, Jana-Lyn Fairbairn, and her Management team. Click here to view a list of the Past President's of Riverside.

Riverside's golf course is an 18 hole, par 72 course with 7 tee boxes. With rolling fairways, mature trees and breathtaking river view, Riverside has long been considered one of Canada's most scenic and challenging courses. The course also boasts two of the best finishing holes in golf, making use of the flowing natural terrain and vistas of the South Saskatchewan River valley below.

Please see below Riverside's course layout.

Riverside Country Club offers an excellent driving range featuring a Learning Centre, a three-hole short course (complete with sand bunkers), and two large practice greens to provide a complete practice facility for you to work on your game from every aspect.

Driving Range

The driving range opens half an hour prior to the first tee time and closes Tuesday and Friday mornings for maintenance (6:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.). The range closes half an hour prior to sunset each day, with the exception of Mondays and Thursdays when it is closed earlier to pick range balls. Use of the practice range and practice range balls are included in membership fees (with the exception of Social #1 membership).

Learning Centre

Riverside's Head Golf Professional, Earl Scott, & Associate Golf Professional, David Semko are members of the Professional Golfers Association of Canada. They are trained in teaching, club fitting, club repair and tournament operations and offer many different types of lessons, including group lessons, individual lessons, corporate outings, and computer assisted lessons. Earl & David also offer junior lessons and programs for those 5-18 years of age.

Three-Hole Short Course

There is a three-hole short course located to the left of the 9th and 13th holes that allow members to work on their short game. The greens give a variety of shot options and the bunkers will help you hone your skills.

Practice Greens

For those wanting to work on their chipping and putting skills, there are two practice greens near the clubhouse.

Course Scorecard

Drone footage of each hole on the course is featured in the scorecard below. Click on the hole number you wish to view.
HOLE
Black
Gold
Blue
B/W Hybrid
White
W/R Hybrid
Red
PAR
Men's Handicap
Women's Handicap
OUT
377
351
309
309
277
277
255
551
543
526
526
455
400
400
473
439
386
349
349
349
322
417
380
370
360
360
277
277
222
210
187
187
144
144
136
522
511
488
488
444
393
393
164
152
140
140
128
128
96
570
514
497
497
413
413
407
402
390
370
363
363
295
295
3698
3490
3273
3219
2933
2676
2581
4
5
4
4
3
5
3
5
4
37
9
11
13
15
7
17
1
9
3
13
15
7
11
3
17
5
5
1

Doug Campbell, Superintendent
Riverside Country Club is meticulously maintained by the award-winning greenskeeper Doug Campbell. Doug is the first greenskeeper in Saskatchewan to win the CGSA/Bayer Superintendent of the Year award in 2016 from the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association. Riverside Country Club is listed as #90 of the Top 100 Clubs in Canada in 2018 ScoreGolf Magazine's bi-annual ranking thanks to Doug and his crews attention to regular maintenance and dedication to keeping the course in championship playing conditions.