Guest Information

Information for our Guests
 
Like many private golf clubs, Rosedale has implemented a number of standards governing attire and other matters on and off the course. The following summary of these policies is offered for the benefit of experienced and first-time guests alike. The goal of this note is to provide a measure of certainty for everyone, to reduce any chance of embarrassment, and to ensure the best possible guest experience at Rosedale Golf Club.
 
Attire on Club property
Appropriate golf attire for members and guests of any age, and in all areas of Club property, includes: collared golf shirts or other shirts of recognized golf club design; tucked-in shirts (except women’s tops with a banded bottom); shorts, skirts and skorts of good taste and reasonable length; golf or sports socks of any length; slacks (including capri length) that are tailored, pressed and unfaded; golf shoes with soft spikes, plus small and discrete logos on attire and equipment.
 
Members and guests are asked to refrain from wearing the following anywhere on Club property: rugby shirts; athletic t-shirts; tank tops and low necklines; blue jeans and blue jean jackets; cargo shorts and pants; sweatsuits; yoga wear; flip flops; men’s sandals; less formal Birkenstock-type sandals for women, and dress or work socks with shorts.
 
Guests are asked not to change into golf attire in the parking lot as day lockers are available in the Club House.
 
Dress Code provisions for the Club House
In addition to the above, members and guests are asked to observe the following policies within the Club House:
 
Before 6:00 p.m.: Appropriate golf attire or business casual wear are appropriate anywhere in the building. 
 
After 6:00 p.m.: Business casual attire is the appropriate dress in the Rosedale Lounge, the Rosedale Dining Room, the Donald Ross Room, and each of the Pines rooms. Golf attire may be worn in the Champions Lounge, the Valleyview Room, the Men’s and Women’s Lounges and Locker Rooms, and the Junior Lounge.     
 
Hats may only be worn in the locker room or on the outdoor terraces, with the exception of religious headwear. Women may wear hats that are part of formal attire.   
 
Personal Electronic Devices
Such devices may be used in silent mode and for non-audible use anywhere on Club property. Cellular telephone calls may be made or received in three locations: the main floor telephone room, the second-floor business office, or in a car. House telephones are available for use by members and guests in the Club House.
 
Smoking
Members and guests are asked to refrain from smoking in the Club House, in the Professional Shop, and on any of the outdoor terraces. In accordance with City By-laws, smoking is permitted in the designated area just to the north of the front door entrance. The use of cannabis is not permitted anywhere on Club property.
 
For additional information
Guests with questions may consult their Member hosts or refer to the “Guest Information” tab located on the main page of the Club’s website at www.rosedalegolf.org.

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About Us

The Club was originally founded as the Deer Park Golf Club on April 6, 1893, a nine-hole course in Moore Park, and in 1896 was moved to Rosedale under the name Rosedale Golf Club. Tom Bendelow laid out the course on its current site in 1909. In 1919, Donald Ross presented a plan to redesign and rebuild the original layout. 
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Founded in 1893, Rosedale is proud to be an official Donald Ross course and is ranked as the best classic golf courses in Canada.
 

Directions

Using Highway 401:

  • Take the 401 to the Yonge Street exit. Go South.
  • Continue south on Yonge Street, past York Mills/Wilson Avenue and keep going up the steep hill in front of you.
  • Go through the first set of lights and make a left on the second street, Teddington Park Avenue (TD bank on the corner).
  • Make a left at the second stop sign on Teddington Park Avenue.
  • Stay to the right of the TTC bus loop
  • Keep right until you see Rosedale Gold Club main entrance following the black wrought iron fence. 

Using the TTC Eglinton Station:

  • Take the Mount Pleasant 103 bus.
  • Get off at the last stop on the run before it turns around to head back to the station.
  • You will see a black wrought iron fence across from the bus loop. 
  • This is Rosedale Golf Club. Follow the fence until you see our Entrance.