Until the invention of golf, grassy pastures were only useful for hoards of roaming sheep, herds of cattle and the occasional Red Rover match. After its invention, the same turfs were viewed as the stomping ground of loud-tartan and sentient golf-carts. Celebrate the competitive utility of the green and find out what golf is really about when you save up to 51% on a driving range experience or membership at Riverside Golf Park
- Pay R39 for a driving range experience including 100 balls and two drinks, valued at R80
- Pay R149 for a one-month membership, valued at R300
Scenically nestled between the rocky hills of Nelspruit, Riverside Golf Park offers not only a chilled and challenging course for the golf-enthusiast, but some of the most stunning views of sunset and surroundings on offer.
If you’re looking to improve your par or stroke, or just spend some time on the green, the Riverside Golf Park offers the perfect opportunity. With a full-fledged course to putt or chip your way across, or a full-length driving range to practice on, there’s something for pros and amateurs alike. Green-jacket hopefuls can perfect their swing with 100 balls to whack away at on the driving range, before hanging up their clubs and retiring for a drink or two – be it soda or something made with hops. For those looking for a little more than just some swing practice, the one-month membership offers unlimited access to the course and as many balls as you could (literally) swing a club at.
Of course, Riverside offers a lot more than just a pretty green and a few bunkers. With PGA coaches loitering about, there’ll always be a friendly face on hand to discuss grips or clubs with and, a practice facilities offers the perfect spot to perfect your game. Whether you’re an enthusiastic green-aficionado or just looking for a taste of the Lowveld highlife, Riverside is the perfect place to indulge in a taste of the real gentleman’s sport.Fairway Fact: During the age of the Vikings, golf was considered a sport only played by royalty. A guard nicknamed the ‘whistle watch’ was always stationed outside the golf courses to catch any commoners who attempted to play a few holes.