All guests must sign in, or be signed in by an accompanying member, at the pro shop before play. No guests will be permitted to tee off without a member present.
All personal communication devices must be turned off or switched to “silent” or “vibrate mode. Voice communication is not permitted in the Clubhouse.
Cellular devices may be used throughout the Club for emailing and texting. The use of laptops, tablets, e-readers and handheld games is permitted provided they are on “silent” mode.
In the event a phone call needs to be addressed please excuse yourself to the Business Office, located adjacent to the Arnold Palmer Dining Room or to any of the outdoor areas of the Clubhouse, however not on the patio.
To ensure Pace of Play, phone usage on the course is restricted to emergencies only and must be switched to vibrating mode.
Members of Weston Golf and Country Club and their guests are required to conform to the dress regulations of the Club. These regulations have been instituted to maintain the standards of good taste and decorum expected by the membership.
Members have a responsibility to inform guests about the dress code requirements. Please note it is the responsibility of the Management to enforce the Dress Code in a professional and diplomatic manner. Management is empowered to decline service and deny access to the golf course or curling rink if the Dress Code is not met. In general, the Club’s expectation for dress is both “smart casual” and considerate to golf tradition.
Clubhouse dress regulations apply to all areas of the clubhouse, with some exceptions in the Curling Section. For purposes of the dress code, the Curling Rink is considered to be “property” not “clubhouse”.
- Smart casual
- Golf attire is acceptable
- Gentlemen’s shirts must be collared and tucked in (mock neck acceptable)
- All logos on attire must be small, discreet and in good taste
- Smart denim, not frayed or ripped, is acceptable
- Gentlemen must remove headgear prior to entering the clubhouse
Management or event organizers may establish appropriate dress codes for dining room events
Golf Course and Practice Facilities
- No metal spikes
- Denim or denim style attire is not acceptable
- Pants, skirts, skorts with cargo style pockets (large bulky pockets on outside of garment) are not permitted. Ladies and gentlemen will not be granted access to the golf course or practice facilities sporting any form of exterior cargo pockets.
- Headgear should not be worn backwards
- Commercial logos must be in good taste
- Golf attire should be tailored and in good taste
- Golf shirts must have collars. Mock necks are acceptable.
- Shorts should not exceed knee length
- Without exception, shirts must be tucked in, regardless or design. Access to the golf course or practice facilities will not be granted to gentlemen sporting an untucked shirt.
- Tank tops or tops with exposed backs or midriffs are not permitted
- Short skirts, skorts and shorts must be 5” or less above the center of the knee
- Denim or denim style attire is not appropriate
- Headgear should not worn backwards
- Logos should be small, discreet and in good taste
- Sweatpants are not appropriate
Accessibility Standard for Customer Service
The Weston Golf and Country Club strives to provide member and guest a premium Golf and Curling Club Experience. WGCC achieves this through having one of the finest golf course and curling facilities in the Greater Toronto Area, in addition to providing high quality service experience while at the Club.
The Accessibilities for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was enacted to ensure people with disabilities are treated and served equally. The AODA's mission is to eliminate the barriers that are currently preventing people with disabilities from equality in Ontario.
In compliance with the Accessibilities for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) the Weston Golf and Country Club is committed to breaking the barriers for people with disabilities, through training programs for employees, employment procedures, customers service, building environment, and return to work procedure.
All employees of The Weston Golf and Country Club who deal with members of the public or third party, are required to attend their department training and testing on the Accessibility For Ontarians With Disabilities (AODA) prior to their starting date or on their starting date. This also includes employees participating in developing the policies, practices and procedures.
All employees of The Weston Golf and Country Club who deal with members of the public or third party, are required to follow the policies and procedures set forth by Weston for the AODA.
All employees who deal with members of the public or third party, participate in updates when any changes are made to the policies.
Overview of Training Program:
- Understanding the requirements of the customer service standard and the purpose of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
- Interaction and communication with people of various types of disabilities
- Interaction and communication with people of disabilities who use an assistive device or require the assistance of a service animal or support person
- Knowledge of how to use the equipment or devices on-site or otherwise that may help with providing goods and services to people with disabilities and assisting them if they are having any difficulty in access goods and services.
Overview of Detailed Policies and Procedures
Allow members / guests to use their own assistive devices.
Communicate in a manner that takes into account his or her disability.
Allow service animals.
Allow members / guests with disabilities to bring a support person. The Weston Golf and Country Club to notify the member / guest of any charges for the support person if applicable.
Provide service in a manner that respects the dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunities for the member / guest.
Guests of The Weston Golf and Country Club may contact the General Manager in writing, by telephone, email or in person for any concerns or comments.
Full detailed documents are available upon request.
Notice of Temporary Disruption
In the event of an elevator malfunction, every effort will be made to inform and accommodate persons with disabilities.
Notices will be posted where possible.