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Golf Policies


Course Etiquette (General Information) Including Safety

Please use this information as a reference and see the Golf Shop staff if you have any questions.

  • Always replace your divots and/or fill with sand and seed mix provided

  • Keep pace during your round

  • Be quiet when golfers are preparing to hit their shot

  • Always rake bunkers after use

  • Play `Ready Golf' but always be aware of fellow golfers' position around you

  • Respect on course signage and directions from Starters and Play Coordinators  
Dress Code Policy

Our Clubs offer a progressive atmosphere that recognizes the contemporary lifestyle of our Members and guests. Tasteful and respectful attire is expected in all public areas of the Club. As a courtesy to each other, we ask Members and their guests to follow the following guidelines: 
Appropriate golf course attire for men include: Tops designed and tailored for golf (including mock necks); bottoms designed and tailored for golf (excludes denim); golf shoes or athletic shoes without spikes; caps should always be worn with the peak forward; tops must be tucked in unless they are designed to be worn untucked. 

Appropriate golf course attire for women include: tops designed and tailored for golf (including those without collars or sleeves); bottoms designed and tailored for golf (leggings are acceptable, denim is not); golf shoes or athletic shoes without spikes; caps should always be worn with the peak forward.  Dresses tailored for golf and appropriate length are acceptable. 

Appropriate clubhouse attire includes: all golf attire as noted above; denim and other casual wear in good repair and tastefully tailored is acceptable. Caps are not to be worn in the dining room. Note that some Clubs may exercise discretionary dress regulations in certain areas of the clubhouse at certain times.  If you are unsure of the appropriateness of your attire, please contact your local Club to confirm. 

We also ask Members to please forward a copy of the Dress Code to their guest(s) prior to their arrival at the Club to help eliminate any potential dress code issues. 

Soft Spikes

ClubLink courses are soft spike only. This policy reflects our ongoing effort to provide you with the best possible course conditions. Please make every effort to communicate this policy to your guests. 

Power Caddies

Power Caddies are welcome on all ClubLink golf courses except where power carts are mandatory.

Rain Check Policies

For all forms of guest fees or reciprocal fees paid other than for Corporate Events, the following structure applies for granting of Rain Checks regardless of weather conditions at the start of play: 

  • In the event a person does not complete 9 holes due to inclement weather, an 18 hole Rain Check shall be granted 
  • In the event a person does complete 9 holes but not more than 14 holes, a 9 hole Rain Check shall be granted 
  • In the event a person plays 15 holes or more but less than 18 holes, no Rain Checks shall be granted 
Cell Phone Usage

Cell phones are permitted on ClubLink courses and in clubhouses. Members and Guests are encouraged to exercise discretion of use such that golfing/dining experiences are not diminished for other Members and Guests.

Practice Facilities

Always check in with the Golf Shop prior to using practice facilities. Always obey signage stay within teeing ground space provided and only hit in the direction of provided target areas. 

Cannabis policy

Smoking or consuming marijuana in any form is prohibited at all ClubLink properties. Exceptions may be made to this policy where an individual has a medical certificate indicating that the use of marijuana has been approved by a healthcare professional. In such cases, Club management must be notified and individual accommodations discussed in advance of any such use on ClubLink property. 

Alcohol Policy for Members and Guests

No alcoholic beverages other than those provided by the Club are permitted anywhere on the premises. All ClubLink Clubs strictly adhere to all provisions of the provincial/state liquor control and licensing regulations. Club staff reserve the right to examine the contents of golf bags and other items for personal alcohol. 

No person shall consume alcoholic beverages to the point of impairment or intoxication. Members not adhering to these rules will be asked to leave the Club immediately and will be subject to an automatic suspension of membership privileges. Any guest not adhering to these rules must leave the property immediately and future access to the Club may be denied.  

The Club assumes no liability for any injury, wrongdoing, or problem caused by the breach of these rules. 

As a condition of the use of the Club’s premises and, more particularly, the provision of alcoholic beverages by the Club, all persons hereby expressly waive any liability on the part of the Club arising out of the consumption of alcoholic beverages and agree to indemnify and save harmless the Club from any and all claims, damages or lawsuits referable to the consumption of alcoholic beverages 

1760 Chemin du Golf
Mont-Tremblant, QC, J8E 1V4, Canada
T 819-425-9888
F 819-425-9889
1760 Chemin du Golf Mont-Tremblant, QC, J8E 1V4, Canada T 819-425-9888 F 819-425-9889