The PGA Professionals at Riversdale offer an extensive variety of coaching options. For more information on coaching options and programs please visit the coaching section of the website.
The Proshop provides a full range of quality club repair services. Our expert professionals specialise in reshafts, loft & lie alterations, re-gripping & shaft spining.
We currently stock Titleist, Cleveland/Srixon, Callaway and Ping golf equipment. All clubs are expertly fitted to the golfers individual needs. To book a fitting appointment please contact the pro-shop.
We also hold regular fitting days with a host of leading brands. Information and dates for these days will be regularly updated on the website and in the pro-shop.
Club and Buggy Storage
The Riversdale Golf Shop has limited space for storing bags, buggies and batteries. Clubs are cleaned and stored after each round of golf. Contact the pro-shop staff for current pricing and availability.
- Yamaha Golf Carts $40.00 per round ($35 members price)
- Golf Set Hire $40.00
- Shoe Hire $12.00
- MGI ‘Coaster’ Electric Trolley Hire (inc battery) (pictured) $14.00
- Battery Hire $4.00
- Pull Trolleys are Free of Charge
- Electric Trolley Hires (inc Battery) 6 months $225
2016 – term 2 dates and application form – click here
Sunday 9am – 10am (FULL) or Tuesday 4pm – 5pm or Wednesday 4pm – 5pm
The Riversdale Junior Program runs during each school term and is aimed at budding young golfers aged 7-13 years. Maximum 8 children per class.
The program introduces the fundamentals of golf in a fun, active and safe way for children of all abilities. Equipment can be provided at no extra charge.
SNAG Junior Golf
Suitable for ages 4 – 7 years.
Every 2nd Saturday 1:30pm – 2:00pm and second class at 2:00pm – 2:30pm.
Maximum 4 students – $10 each.
SNAG class in April: 2nd, 9th, 23rd.
Training Saturday 3:00pm – 3:30pm
Saturday on course play from 3:30pm.
Playing The Course
Members are welcome to accompany their children or grandchildren (under 18 years) on the course any day of the week after 4pm.
Some things to consider when promoting the game to juniors:
Have fun – don’t worry about results.
Tee the ball up on the fairway.
Play shorter holes – from the ladies markers or the start of the fairway.
Play Ambrose or other fun variations of the game
Teach basic rules and ettiquete – i.e. carry sand buckets, where to stand, courtesy to other players, pace of play etc.