Rules of Good Conduct
Golf is a traditional game, played to a set of rules and good conduct that can be found on your neighbourhood public course as well as the professional golf tours. While rules allow for fair competition, they also help protect the course itself and in turn make the golfing experience fun for everyone.
Advice on rules or etiquette is available from any of the knowledgeable marshalls and golf course staff.
Rules of Play
Play at Upper Canada Golf Course is governed by the Rules of Golf as set out by the Royal Canadian Golf Association.
- All players must have an individual set of golf clubs and bag.
- Alcohol cannot be brought onto the golf course.
- A maximum of 4-1/2 hours playing time will be allowed per group.
- Golfers will repair divots and ball marks on the green.
- Golfers will allow faster players to play through.
- Golfers will be ready to play when it is their turn to do so.
"No Exception" Dress Code
- Soft spikes are mandatory (no metal spikes in golf shoes).
- No heeled shoes, boots or baseball type spikes.
- No cut-offs or gym shorts.
- No tank tops or tube tops.
- No jeans.
- Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.
- All clothing must be in good condition.
Your cooperation is much appreciated. Enjoy your game.