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Riverside is a full-service Country Club. Our prestigious 18-hole golf course was designed by William F. Bell whose career courses have hosted PGA, LPGA, and other major championship tournaments.  Our stunning, full service Pro Shop was voted Country Club Retailer-of-the-Year in its first year of operations!

During the 1950’s a group of local businessmen met under the name of The Radar Club in Springville, Utah.  In the late 1950’s a few members of this club started floating around the idea of building a country club.  Several different parcels of land were considered but ultimately, for an average price of $900 per acre, the pristine setting of the Provo River-bottoms was chosen.  The official name of Riverside Country Club was adopted in 1959 and the club became a reality in 1960 with 34 Equity Members and 16 Social Members.  A grand opening for the clubhouse was held on May 11, 1960 with the swimming pool opening on July 15th of the same year.  In June of 1962, the long-anticipated grown-in of the golf course was ready for play and a great Utah County tradition began!

In 2008, the members of the club voted to build a new clubhouse, pro shop and pool complex.  Construction commenced in 2010 and all of our stunning new facilities opened by summer 2012.  The clubhouse boasts 42,000 square feet of ample dining facilities, wedding reception areas, private banquet and meeting rooms, built-in AV, tennis courts, a fitness facility complete with a massage treatment room, movement studio for fitness classes, Pilates reformer studio, cardio and weight training, and exquisite locker rooms.  Our 12,000 square foot Pro Shop was voted as Country Club Retailer-of-the-Year in its first year of operations! Our swimming pool complex includes a 25-meter lap pool, 1-meter and 3-meter diving boards, a kiddie pool and splash pad.

Riverside Country Club prides itself in its family-friendly environment complete with activities for the golfer and non-golfer alike.  It is our goal to engage each member of the family in the differing possibilities our great club has to offer!


In the beginning, Riverside Country Club was known as Club Radar, and was located at 510 South Springville Road. The Club in the early years was a social organization featuring excellent food and beverage service with pleasant surroundings. The Club Radar dates back to 1945.

In 1955, charter members of Club Radar, voted to pursue expansion of current facilities or relocation of the Club to a site where a golf course could be built. Committees were formed, plans were made, and after a lengthy search the current property was acquired for an average cost of $900.00 per acre.

William F. Bell, golf course architect, was enlisted by the Club to design the golf course. William Bell had designed several golf courses around the west.

At the Annual meeting in 1959, the name Riverside Country Club, was officially adopted and in 1960, Riverside Country Club was an official entity with 34 Equity Members and 16 Social Members. The Grand opening of the Clubhouse was May 11, 1960 and the swimming pool opened on July 15th of that same year.

In 1962, the long anticipated golf course had grown in sufficiently and was ready to open. June of 1962 started a great tradition in Utah, golf as play began at Riverside Country Club.

Many changes have come and gone in the last 50+ years as Riverside Country Club has maintained its position as a mainstay in Provo, Utah County and our state.  With our most recent complete re-build of our clubhouse, pro shop and swimming pool complex we believe Riverside Country Club holds a place among only a handful of premier clubs, golf courses and reception facilities statewide (maybe in the west)! 

To those pioneering men and women of the 1950’s, and again in the 2000’s, who paved the way to providing this amazing club and its facilities, we say thank you!!!

Clubhouse Dress Standards
“Members and their families, guests and visitors are expected to be in appropriate attire while in the Clubhouse.
Attire considered not appropriate at any time in the Clubhouse includes, but is not limited to the following:
Jeans/denim shorts
Cut offs
Tee shirts
Short shorts
Tank tops
Excessively worn or tattered jeans/denim
Halter tops
Pool attire (Including inappropriate cover-ups or bathing suits.)
Torn, tattered, obscene or unclean clothing
Flip-flop sandals
Hats (on men)
Within the Clubhouse (except in the locker rooms), shoes must be worn at all times. According to the design of the shirt, shirts should be tucked in at all times.

Notwithstanding the above, hats on men, flip-flop sandals, denim shorts and tee shirts will be allowed in the Club Room, Sunset Room, Lounge and Parley’s Bistro. Management shall have the final determination as to the appropriateness of dress at all times. Thank you in advance for adhering to these guidelines.”


Golf Course Dress Standards

Golf slacks or suitable length shorts (must have at least
4 inch inseam). Shirts must be worn at all times and must have sleeves
and collars. Mock turtle neck shirts are considered to
have collars. Tank top shirts, cut-offs, bathing suits, running shorts,
exercise wear, or jeans (regardless of color) will not be
allowed. Baseball style caps are not allowed to be worn
backwards on the course.

Dresses, skirts, slacks, culottes or shorts (must have at least 4 inch inseam).
Tank top shirts, halter tops, tube tops, athletic cut tops,
cut-offs, bathing suits, running shorts, exercise wear, or
jeans (regardless of color) will not be allowed. Baseball
style caps are not allowed to be worn backwards on the