Dining on the patio.

Welcoming you to our course
We are always excited to welcome guests to our facilities. If you are golfing, upon arrival, please drop your golf clubs at the bag drop located directly in front of the Pro Shop. One of our back-shop attendants will be pleased to help you. Once you have checked in at the Pro Shop, either your host or a member of our staff will assist you.

Upon completion of your round you may leave your clubs at the designated area just past the end of cart path from the 18th green. Our staff will pick up your clubs, clean them, and put them on the bag rack at the rear back shop entrance door. After you have finished your visit in the Clubhouse, the Pro Shop staff will take your clubs to your car after you have identified them. If it is after dark and you are still enjoying our hospitality, our staff will deliver your clubs to the cloakroom, which is just inside the front doors of the Clubhouse.

We certainly hope you will enjoy your round at Burlington. It will be our pleasure to serve you

 

Dress code
Our dress code policy is in place to preserve the tradition of attire relating to golf, curling and social functions in the Clubhouse. We appreciate your adherence to our dress code policies.

Clubhouse Attire

Men:
  • Approved golf or curling attire
  • Collared shirts, turtlenecks, mock necks, crewnecks
  • Shirts tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn out
  • Tailored pants or golf shorts
  • Jeans may be worn as long as they are neat and presentable without tears, frays, rips or tatters and must be worn snuggly at the waist or above the hips
  • Golf hats/visors cannot be worn in the clubhouse
  • Socks are not required for sandals, deck shoes or slip-on loafers
  • Footwear must be worn at all times.
Women:
  • Approved golf or curling attire
  • Dresses, suits, skirts tailored pants, or capris
  • Jeans may be worn as long as they are neat and presentable without tears, frays, rips or tatters and must be worn snuggly at the waist or above the hips
  • Socks are not required for sandals, deck shoes or slip-on loafers
  • Footwear must be worn at all times.
  • Golf hats/visors can be worn in the Locker room, patio and Mixed Member bar but please do not wear hats in the Member Dining room, Banquet room or Curling Lounge
Not allowed:
  • Torn, frayed, ripped or tattered jeans. Jeans worn loosely or low on the hips.
  • Cargo shorts or pants
  • Sweat suits
  • Cut off shorts, Jean Shorts, Jean Skirts
  • T-Shirts
  • Bare midriffs
  • Sports Team Wear
  • Commercial logos other than golf insignias must be no larger than four (4) inches by two (2) inches in size.
Golf Attire
Men - Men's Dress Code example
  • Golf attire should be tailored and in good taste
  • Proper golf shorts may be worn with either sockettes or knee socks. Sockettes must be no longer than three inches above the shoe. No other length of sock is permitted. Calf socks rolled down to ankle height are not permitted with shorts
  • The length of the golf shorts may be either: 19 inches in length from the waist or no more than 3 inches above the top of the kneecap
  • Golf shirts must be the type with a collar, turtleneck, or mock turtleneck, and must be tucked in.
  • Golf shoes must be worn
  • Metal spiked golf shoes may not be worn
  • No tee shirts, jeans, jogger/rugger or running pants may be worn
Women - Ladies Dress Code example
  • Reasonable length of golf short not more than six inches above mid knee not to exceed mid thigh
  • Golf tops must have sleeves or collars
  • No spandex or jeans
  • Tailored pants
  • Capri pants
  • Soft spiked shoes with knee hi socks or sockettes not more than 3 inches above the shoe
  • All tops must be tucked in unless they are manufactured to be worn over shorts or slacks
Curling attire
No rugger pants, track or jogging suits are permitted in the Curling Rink, Lounge, Club House or golf course at any time. On the ice, jeans are not permitted and only proper curling footwear or clean running shoes shall be worn. No street shoes or boots.

 

Cell phone policy
For the enjoyment of all members and guests, please keep your cell phone and personal devices on silent mode at all times while on club property.
 
Cell phones may be used freely:
  • In the parking lots
  • locker rooms
  • Conference rooms
  • Banquet Lounge area
  • Banquet Room
  • Administrative Offices
Cell phones may not be used:
  • Cell phones are restricted on the golf course with the exception of emergency calls.
  • In all other areas of the Clubhouse
  • The patios
  • Pro Shop
  • Chalet
There are no restrictions to text messaging, which is permitted in all areas of Club property.
 

Cannabis policy
The smoking or consumption of cannabis in any form by members, visitors or their guests is prohibited on BGCC property. The Chief Operating Officer (“COO”) can permit a member or guest to use cannabis for medical purposes if a medical certificate from his or her treating physician verifying authorizing the use of cannabis. The request should be presented to the COO 24 hours in advance.