Riverside Golf Centre
Trentside, Lenton Lane,
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 2SA
Tel : +44 (0)115 986 2220

International progress school centre. 24 bay driving range. Licensed bar and restaurant.

2 miles from city centre. M1 Junction 24, A453 to Nottingham, off the A52 to Ruddington, South Notts. Hotel on boundary of site.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 13 July 98.
Proprietor is Russell Meek.

Course Details

Course Name: Trentside Holes: 9 Yardage: 2000 SSS: 31
Executive 9 holes - 4 par 4s, 5 par 3s. Ideal for first 2 year players.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • riverside golf centre/russellmeekgolf

    russell meek wrote on: Feb 22, 2012

    we are in the process of building a new site and apologiws for inconvinience--for your infomation riverside has 2 nines now as well as the orinal24 bay range good golfing


      • RE: riverside golf centre/russellmeekgolf

        guy wrote on: Feb 22, 2012

        Thanks for updating me ihave played the new pith and put it`s great.


  • real ale

    walter atkins wrote on: Nov 2, 2011

    An elderly friends is coming over to nottingham to see football at Dunkirk and hit some balls.He asks me if you have real ale in your bar?


  • beginner

    harvey greeen wrote on: Oct 3, 2011



  • begginer

    ray wrote on: Mar 2, 2011

    i have never been on a driving range and i would like to try one is this ok for real begginers


      • RE: begginer

        lee wrote on: Jun 12, 2011

        yes it is good for real begginers and there is always lots of golfer on the range that will offer help if you need it


  • Riverside Golf Centre - Nottingham

    Phill wrote on: Jul 29, 2010

    This is a nice little golf centre. I love going down on my way home from work and hitting some balls. The range is excellent and the automatic tees take the hassle out of hitting 120+ balls. The Par 3 course is good, however sometimes you have to queue to start. maybe if they had tee times this would decrease. The course is kept in good condition and is quite challenging to the average player. The pitch and putt on the other side of the entrance drive is short, but well kept. The changing rooms and toilets area are a bit dated and could do with a revamp, but overall suit the needs of those who use the centre. The shop is well stocked and the prices are reasonable for such a small centre. The bar is also OK, I have yet to eat here but have been told the food is of an high standard. Overall I would say this is one of the better smaller centres in the city.


      • RE: Riverside Golf Centre - Nottingham

        russellmeek wrote on: Dec 8, 2010

        Thank you for your kind comments you will be pleased to hear we have now implemented starting times on St/Sun and have been very successful this summer


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jonathan Walter 08/00

    Jonathan Walter wrote on: Jul 31, 2000

    played on a Sunday morning and the lack of set tee-times led to long queues at the 1st tee. There were a lot of sunday hackers on the course, including some small children. We were following a slow five-ball who had no idea of etiquette, and didn't offer us through despite the fact that we were a fairly fast two-ball. Bunkers were left un-raked and pitch marks were not being repaired. Most annoying of all was the loud chatter of people queuing behind while tee-shots were being taken. I would suggest a dress-code including spikes would deter some of the worst elements from the course - an increase in the green fees would perhaps also help. There is also a policy of hiring bags and clubs which also encourages undesirables. This is all a shame because it is a nicely designed 9 hole course kept in a reasonable condition - but it will not attract the semi-serious golfer until these things are sorted out.


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Jonathan Walter 08/00

        Glyn Newbury wrote on: Apr 22, 2009

        This course at riverside offers a wonderful fresh approach; Young people, along with the less able or beginner golfers feel comfortable playing in a relaxed enviroment, much different to the traditional golf club. At riverside there is a far greater chance of finding young members as when playing on the course the experienced golfers are not 'aloof', this attitude is perhaps why some more traitional golf courses are struggling whilst ones like riverside have a steady flow. We shouldnt be detering 'undesireables' through increased green fees, what sort of upper class nonsense is this?


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Jonathan Walter 08/00

        phil mcneill green staff aat riverside wrote on: Apr 21, 2008

        hi john just to let you know the bunkers are raked each week and re sanded each month plus the round you muct of played was probaly in the eveing becasue clidren will be at school plus semi golfers will be challaged when they come the riverside thanks to the new pond we have put in and the fairways being cut twice a week and the greens being cut twice a week.
        thanks phil


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