“Humps and hummocks, fescue and pot bunkers, wide fairways and few trees, even a couple of double greens—all nestled in hill country north of Toronto.”

—Links Magazine

LEADERSHIP CONTACTS

MACKENZIE CRAWFORD

President

Longridge Partners

mack@longridgepartners.ca

ROB ROXBOROUGH

General Manager, PGA of Canada

519-927-3001 ext. 239

RRoxborough@thepulpitclub.com

JOE DICLEMENTE

Membership

519-927-3001 ext. 223

jdiclemente@thepulpitclub.com

DONOVAN FRASER

Director of Golf Operations

519-927-3001 ext. 229

DFraser@thepulpitclub.com

SCOTT COWX

Head Teaching Professional

PGA of Canada

scowx@thepulpitclub.com

ROB WRIGHT

Course Superintendent

519-927-5256

rwright@thepulpitclub.com

APRIL BAIRD

Member Engagement & Special Events

519-927-3001 ext. 234

abaird@thepulpitclub.com

GABI BEST

Communications Coordinator

519-927-3001 ext. 264

gbest@thepulpitclub.com

MICHAEL CUTAJAR

Executive Chef

519-927-3001 ext. 500

mcutajar@thepulpitclub.com

NASIR SAYYAR

Associate Hospitality Manager

519-927-3001 ext. 502

nsayyar@thepulpitclub.com

SCOTT TYE

Hospitality Manager (Paintbrush)

519-927-3001 ext. 503

stye@thepulpitclub.com

LORI CRACKNELL

Clubhouse Manager

519-927-3001 ext. 258

lcracknell@thepulpitclub.com

HEATHER DALY

Sommelier

519-927-3001 ext. 247

hdaly@thepulpitclub.com

GUEST INFORMATION

DRESS EXPECTATIONS

The Pulpit Club provides a comfortable environment for all and encourages members to dress in a manner that is appropriate to both their surroundings and the occasion.

A common-sense approach eliminates the need for a lengthy list of ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’. The Club will support current trends in golf fashion for on-course wear and respectfully asks that Members refrain from wearing headwear indoors, casual wear in the Dining room, and swim or gym wear on the upper level of the clubhouse.

The Management Team will monitor and advise if necessary. Thoughtful fashion choices will avoid putting anyone in an awkward position.

SMARTPHONE COURTESY

The Club recognizes that smartphones, tablets, and laptops, enable Members to spend more time at the Club. Therefore, these devices are permitted when Members and Guests are exercising discretion, acting considerately, and respecting the following guidelines and etiquettes:

Devices should always be on silent mode.

While golfing, using smartphones for calls should be avoided. If necessary, it is always courteous to seek the group’s approval prior to the start of the round, and then to remove oneself from play for the duration of the call if/when it occurs. Never should a phone call distract other golfers, nor interfere with pace-of-play. Using e-mail and text messaging during the round is more discrete. However, doing so while driving a cart and putting oneself, others, and club property at risk is never acceptable.

While using the practice facilities, messaging is not likely to be a distraction to others. However, phone conversations can be, so it is courteous to make the short walk to the parking lots when needing to be on a call. The Admin Office at the Pulpit is also close enough to the practice area if the call is to be lengthy and requires more privacy.

In any of the dining areas, messaging, though discrete, may be considered rude by those at your table. Phone calls should be avoided, but if necessary, suitable spaces for calls are the main foyer and lower floor of The Pulpit clubhouse, as too are the parking lot and front (north) lawn at The Paintbrush.

If needing to use a laptop, please inquire with a member of the Management Team who will indicate where best to use it at that time.

PACE OF PLAY

Proper pace of play is a sign of respect and consideration for fellow Members and Guests on the golf course. The expected pace for 18 holes is 4 hours 15 minutes at The Pulpit, and 4 hours at The Paintbrush, regardless of the number of players.

Playing par 3’s & 4’s in 12 min or less, and par 5’s in 15 min will maintain the expected pace while allowing for a short break at the turn. Also helpful in maintaining pace are the following:

• Arriving at the 1st tee 10 minutes prior to your tee time
• Choosing the appropriate tee deck based on skill and experience
• Playing Ready-Golf
• Keeping the group in front within view
• Leaving the flagstick in
• Being mindful of and avoiding any undue delay while making the turn
• Efficient use of a shared golf cart

The Club will use various methods to monitor pace and may implement measures to improve a group’s pace if necessary.

On active days, twosomes (including matches) playing in behind a series of foursomes that are playing at the acceptable pace should expect to keep their position rather than playing-through. When practical and possible to do so, groups allowing faster groups to play through should not fall out of position as a result.

COURSE CARE

All golfers are expected to leave their playing areas on the course and the practice range in better condition than which they found it. This is easily accomplished by repairing ball marks (fix two), replacing or seeding divots (fill two), raking bunkers, and obeying cart rules/signs. Course care should be a priority for all Members and not be neglected for the sake of fast play. It is the collective effort of all Members, Guests, and Employees that will ensure the best playing conditions for the entire season.

Proper use of golf carts also plays a critical role in course care. 3-ft cedar posts are located in the rough on the sides of each fairway, indicating where golf carts are to exit 90 degrees directly back to the cart paths. Cart exit signs may also indicate limits and should be strictly followed. Specifically, carts must remain on the path at all times on all par-3’s always, holes 2,10, & 11 East at The Pulpit, and holes 3 and 10 at The Paintbrush.

SOCIAL MEDIA

When using social media, members and guests are asked to recognize the distinction between their experiences as a Member while at the Club, and all other personal moments. Also, respect and consideration of another’s personal space and privacy should always be kept in mind. The Club reserves the right to remove any social media posts involving the Club and deemed inappropriate.

DIRECTIONS

The Pulpit Club

3035, Escarpment Side Road, Caledon Village, Ontario, L7C 2E7, Canada,

DIRECTIONS

The Paintbrush

17151, Saint Andrews Road, Ontario, L7C 2S5, Canada,