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What fees are members obligated to pay?

Members are obligated to pay a one time initiation fee, monthly dues, a low annual capital fee, and a quarterly food and beverage minimum. All other fees are à la carte. Examples include: lockers, bag storage, cart rentals, etc.

What is the initiation fee?

Please contact our Membership Director, Justin Jones, by clicking here. 


Are there any restrictions placed on golfing members?

There is only one restriction. When you complete your application, you designate an A player and a B player. The restriction is that a B player cannot play before 11:30 AM on Saturdays.

What are the Club Bylaws and Rules & Regulations?

When you sign up for membership you will be given a copy of the Member Bylaws and the Rules & Regulations.

Is it hard for a new member to get a game?

No, the golf shop is great about getting our new members involved with various games.

What are the practice facilities?

We have a driving range, two practice putting greens, one chipping/bunker green, and a great separate short game facility!

Is there a Junior Golf program?

Yes, there is; we allow the juniors time and space to practice and play without over-crowding. We like to teach and not babysit! 

Does Riverside have lessons available for beginner golfers?

Yes, we have PGA professionals on staff that are all excellent teachers for all abilities. We also offer women's novice clinics on a regular basis.

Do you have tennis courts or a swimming pool?

We have a 10ft deep pool, a kids pool, cabanas, and a pool bar and grille area.

Does Riverside offer swimming lessons?

Yes. We offer swim lessons in the summer months. 

Is the course dry during winter months?

Riverside is a fantastic winter golf course. We place a lot of emphasis on our drainage and sanding program.

Can a member host a banquet event?

We encourage members to use the club to host banquets, meetings, and corporate tournaments. 

Can a Social member play golf?

A social member has the same use of the clubhouse and pool as a regular member but social members cannot play golf or use the practice facilities.