New General Manager

14 September 2023

We are pleased to announce that Brendan Bower has been appointed as our new General Manager. Brendan will be well known to many. He has a history in finance, has coached junior and senior sporting teams and managed the Mildura Function Centre. Brendan is also a golfer, very familiar with the Riverside Course. Brendan will start his role on Monday 25 September 2023.

Trilogy Finance Teams Challenge

05 September 2023

Starting 1st October, Riverside Golf CLub will be holding a tems event over 12 months, battling it out for $1000. It costs $20 to enter. Teams will be randomly drawn from the list of entrants on 29 September.

How it works

  • Each team will consist of 5 players.
  • The beast 3 stableford scores from each team per round (first Saturday of each month) are tallied.
  • The team with the highest total at the end of the season wins.
  • Players must submit scores in at least 8 of the 12 rounds to be eligible to win the prize money.
  • You do not have to play in a group with your team mates.
  • This event is an additional event and does not replace any daily competitions. 

Sign up in the clubhouse before 29th September.

Summer Memberships

01 September 2023

Enjoy unlimited golf from 1st September through to 28th February 2021 for the low price of $250

Old Golf Clubs

28 August 2023

If you have a set of Womens golf clubs that you longer need Lorraine Palmer would love to talk to you. The clubs will be used to introduce new female golfers to golf. You can contact Lorraine through the golf club on (03) 5023 4255 or Email

Flood Recovery Fund Raising

17 July 2023

In 2022 the Murray River flood hit the region and destroyed many properties along the river, one of them being our Golf Club, significant damage was done to the Levee Banks surrounding the course. See photos below.

The land which the course is situated on is owned by DECCA and we fall under the local municipality of Mildura Rural City Council, part of the levee is also managed by Parks Victoria. We have met with each of these agencies who have advised the responsibility of maintaining them lies with the Golf Club.

Without significant cash reserves we need to rely on our members and the local public to help us raise the funds required to rebuild them, if we don't even a high river or minor flood will result in the golf course being inundated again causing significant damage.