Yes! Both the restaurant and golf course are open to the public. Reservations are recommended.
On the Golf Course: On the course, we ask that no denim, no T-shirts, no pointed heel shoes nor sandals of any type be worn. All golfers are required to wear a collared shirt.
In the Clubhouse: In the restaurant of our club, we do allow denim to be worn, but ask that our members and customers dress presentably, not wearing clothing that may be deemed offensive to other patrons. We also ask that our members and guests remove their hats in our Dining Room.
At our club we allow a pace of play of 2 hours 10 minutes for nine holes of golf.
On the Golf Course: We ask that all players respect this time frame and make every effort to keep up with the group in front of them. If this cannot be done, we ask that slower groups allow faster groups to play through. All power carts are to be driven responsibly and may not be driven on or near the putting greens, or bunkers. Management reserves the right to repossess carts if the driver does not abide by the safety standards and rules of the course.
In the Clubhouse: We ask that our members and guests respect the privacy of other patrons, and conduct themselves accordingly.
All singles and twosomes who come to play should understand that they are very likely to be paired up with other golfers to complete a foursome whenever possible. This policy is especially true and strongly enforced during peak times.
The opening of the patio is weather dependent, and because of this, we do not take reservations for the patio. Seating on the patio is on a first come first seated basis, and will be open from mid-May to the end of September.
"Breakfast in the club house with a great view of the river/lake then out for nine holes before it got too hot. Well kept and interesting course, go around twice for 18. Pleasant staff. We rented a very nice new set of Cobras. Glad we did. A fun place to play."
– Dave C., Ottawa, Ontario