Any Playing Member or Intermediate in good standing may introduce guests to the Club.  The same guest(s) may not be introduced more than once in a calendar month.  This policy will be strictly enforced.  Guests may play only with the Member introducing him or her.

All guests must be registered with the Pro Shop.

Members introducing guests are responsible for any debt incurred by the guest(s) and any damage done to the Club Property. Non-members may only use the course if introduced by a Member.

On Saturday, Sunday and Holiday mornings, Full Playing members are restricted to one guest each before 11:00 am

Corporate Golf Days

A Playing member may introduce up to 11 guests on a Tuesday afternoon with tee times between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm.  A food and beverage component must be part of the package for all participants.  Arrangements should be made by contacting our General Manager or Head Golf Professional well in advance of the date being proposed.

Before starting play, the Member must register each guest in the Pro Shop.

Credit Card Payment for Guests

Payment by credit card will be accepted for guests only in the Pro Shop and lounge.  This option of payment was introduced so that the guest has an option of paying their bill and it does not have to be put on the member's account.   Credit card payment from members will not be permitted.

Green Fees

18 Holes                    $95

Family 18 Holes       $60

9 Holes                      $65

Family 9 Holes          $40


All Golfers must be entered on the starting sheet in the Pro Shop.  A group will be entered on the board only when all Golfers in the group have registered in the Pro Shop.

Weather Warning

All are to take immediate shelter or leave the course in the event of lightning, in the case of an impending serious weather disturbance, play will be suspended by the sounding of an air horn and all golfers must take shelter or leave the course.

A dress code has been established for members and guests of The Oakville Golf Club, both on the golf course and in the Clubhouse.  It sets an acceptable standard for appearance.

All members are expected to adhere to the dress code and are also responsible for ensuring that their guests comply with it.  Club staff has been directed to discreetly inform members of any infractions by members or their guests.

Dress Code
Soft-spiked golf shoes, including soft-spiked golf sandals. No metal spikes or running shoes (exception: juniors may wear running shoes).

MEN -  Traditional collared golf shirts.  No tank tops or t-shirts.  Turtleneck or mock turtleneck golf shirts are acceptable.  Shirts must be tucked in at all times.

LADIES -  collared golf shirts, with or without sleeves, or non-collared shirts with sleeves. Shirts must be waist length. They must be tucked in at all times, unless designed to be worn outside (i.e. banded). No tank tops or t-shirts.

Pants / Shorts / Skirts
Tailored pants, shorts or skirts. No track pants, warm-up pants or cargo pants.

The rule is neat and comfortable, casual, not disheveled.

The same dress code applies in the lounge as on the golf course. Gentlemen are to remove their hats.

Smart casual for men and ladies (see definition below).  For more formal occasions, the dress code is jackets for men, and dresses, suits or tailored pants for ladies.  These more formal requirements will be announced as part of an event.

Smart Casual
MEN -  Tailored pants and dress shirt or sport shirt with or without a jacket. Tie optional.
LADIES -  Party or casual business attire.

Denim Attire is accepted in all areas of the Clubhouse except the Members' Dining Room.  Denim is not permitted on the golf course.  Any denim that is ripped, frayed, cut-off, distressed (including holes) or not worn around the waist will not be permitted, regardless of the value of the garment