Contact Us

Our Address

10 Woodleys Ln
Dundas Ontario
L9H 6Y6

Phone Numbers

Administration Office:
905-628-6731

Main Clubhouse
905-628-6731

Golf Pro Shop:
905-628-6731, ext. 228

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Meet Our Team

CLUBHOUSE

Christine Stevens

General Manager/COO

cstevens@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 218

Randy McLelland

Controller

controller@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 213

Dana Selman

Clubhouse Manager

dselman@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 224

Rob Matheson

Membership Director

rmatheson@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 219

Nancie Dorder

Sales & Marketing Director

ndorder@dundasvalleyevents.com

905-628-6731, ext. 222

Amanda VanRyssel

Membership Coordinator

membership@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 211

Ilijana Djakovic

Marketing & Communications

Rinatha Krige

Administrative Assistant

GREENS

Jamie Cutting

Greens Superintendent

greens@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 217

Evan Sagar

Assistant Superintendent

GOLF

John Kirkwood

Head Golf Professional

golfpro@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 220

Kevin Mayer

PGA of Canada Associate Professional

905-628-6731, ext. 215

Maggie Trainor

PGA of Canada Associate Professional

905-628-6731, ext. 227

Jeff Lunn

PGA of Canada Associate Professional

905-628-6731, ext. 223

Aaron Hill

Pro Shop Assistant

905-628-6731, ext. 228

CURLING

Rob Matheson

Curling Director

rmatheson@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 219

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Chef Guillaume Danoizel

Executive chef

chef@dundasvalleygolf.com

905-628-6731, ext. 226

Carli Krige

Restaurant Supervisor

ckrige@dundasvalleyevents.com

905-628-6731, ext. 303

Fabiola Hernandez

Beverage Supervisor

WEDDINGS & EVENTS

Nancie Dorder

SALES & Events DIRECTOR

ndorder@dundasvalleyevents.com

905-628-6731, ext. 222

Melissa Rusich

Events Manager – Member Events

mrusich@dundasvalleyevents.com

905-628-6731, ext. 236

Join Our Team

Dundas Valley is always looking for experienced, professional, and dedicated team players to join our team and regularly hire on a permanent, seasonal and temporary basis.

We offer a friendly, fast-paced professional environment where employees are developed for success. We have a full range of employment opportunities and are always accepting applications from qualified individuals that take pride in their work, love what they do, and look forward to being part of a great team. If you are interested in joining our team, please send us your resume.

Food & Beverage: Dana Selman at dselman@dundasvalleygolf.com

Golf/Pro Shop: John Kirkwood at golfpro@dundasvalleygolf.com

Greens: Jamie Cutting at greens@dundasvalleygolf.com

Curling: Rob Matheson at rmatheson@dundasvalleygolf.com

Guest Information

Dundas Valley Golf & Curling Club is a friendly and social club that fosters meaningful and exceptional experiences. In doing so, we offer an atmosphere that recognizes this, as well as the lifestyle of our Members and their guests. To support exceptional experiences for all, and as a courtesy to one another, tasteful and respectful attire is expected in all public areas of the Club. Additionally, we ask Members and their guests to adhere to the following:

Appropriate golf course attire for ladies and men (includes the Long Course and Mackenzie Hughes Par 3 course, as well as a practice facility and driving range):

  • If designed and tailored for golf and sold in our Pro Shop or worn on any of the PGA Tours it is deemed appropriate.

Ladies:

  • Tops designed and tailored for golf (including those without collars or sleeves) – tops must be tucked in unless designed to be worn untucked.
  • Bottoms (e.g. pants, shorts, shirts, skorts, leggings) designed and tailored for golf.
  • Dresses designed and tailored for golf.

Men:

  • Shirts designed and tailored for golf – must be tucked in unless designed to be worn untucked.
  • Bottoms (e.g. pants, shorts) designed and tailored for golf.

Headwear and Footwear for golf:

  • All headwear is to be worn bill forward.
  • Golf hats, caps, or visors can be worn in the Pro Shop, Men’s, and Ladies Locker/Lounge areas of the clubhouse. They should not be worn in any other area of the clubhouse.
  • Soft spike or spikeless golf shoes or sandals are mandatory on the golf course.

 Appropriate curling attire for ladies and men during play:

  • Men may wear tailored curling pants, as well as any appropriate golf pants.
  • Ladies may wear tailored curling pants, yoga-style curling pants, curling skirts, or kilts.
  • Jeans, sweatpants, and/or jogging pants are not permitted.
  • All headwear is to be worn bill forward.
  • Hats, caps, or toques can be worn in the ice shed area of the club.
  • Approved curling shoes or clean rubber soled footwear can be worn in the ice shed. No other shoes will be accepted in the ice shed.

 Appropriate attire for after curling:

  • “Smart casual” wear in good repair and tastefully tailored – this includes denim.
  • Proper curling attire may be worn in the Bertram Lounge before curling games.
  • All headwear should be removed after gameplay.

 Entering and Exiting the Clubhouse:

  • Members and guests are permitted to enter and exit the Clubhouse in “street” attire.

 Appropriate Clubhouse attire:

  • All of the golf attire is noted above.
  • “Smart casual” wear in good repair and tastefully tailored – this includes denim (other than in the Valley Room).
  • Proper curling attire may be worn in the Bertram Lounge during the curling season.
  • Sandals for both men and women are permitted in the outdoor service areas of the clubhouse as well as anywhere in the clubhouse.
  • Members are encouraged not to wear sports sandals (e.g. flip flops, crocs) in Dining rooms.
  • Note that the Club may permit other attire in certain areas of the clubhouse at certain times.

Highway 8 is closed between Bond Street North and Woodleys Lane until December 2022 as part of the Highway 8 Improvements Project led by The City of Hamilton. Until further notice, access to Dundas Valley Golf & Curling Club is via the top of Highway 8 hill. For more information, click here.