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Dundas Valley Golf and Curling Club

The golf club has been perfected over decades and while the golf course is the headline, the real value is in our Members.  The curling club could host the world’s best and is supported by a warm group of enthusiasts that revel in comradery and family.  Dundas Valley offers a premier club environment that will allow for an escape from life’s hustle and bustle.A warm community based Membership, wonderful curling coupled perfectly with a stunning golf course.

This is Dundas Valley.

Our Club since 1929

Our Mission

 

We commit to creating a friendly and social club, fostering meaningful and exceptional experiences that wow our guests and evoke pride from both members and staff.

Our Vision

 

A thriving private club that is well positioned to meet the long-term fulfillment of our members’ needs by continuously raising the bar on the quality of our facilities, service offerings, and engagement opportunities.

Our Values

 

Our values will guide decision-making and a sense of what’s important and what’s right at our Club. These values represent the uncompromising core principles to which we are all committed. They are the rules for how we “play the game.”

  • Inclusive, friendly, safe, and healthy social community
  • Excellence and consistency in our offerings
  • Commitment to growth in our staff, our members, and our activities
  • Sound and responsible stewards of the environment and our surrounding community
  • Prudent fiscal management

New Members always welcome

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What’s going on at Dundas Valley?

In the Valley Line, we publish news articles on a wide range of topics including Community News, golf course updates, curling leagues, upcoming events, and so much more!

LIFE NOT IN FIFE!

Written by Ron Archer for the Golf Historical Society of Canada -------------------- Dear Lovers of Historic Golf, As most of you will know from reading my two earlier articles entitled LIFE IN FIFE, the Covid 19 virus has played havoc with my recent plans. Fiftieth...

Club History: The Three Lawrason Golf Champions

After helping found the Dundas Valley Golf and Curling Club in 1931, John Wilkie Lawrason won the First Senior Championship in the Club's inaugural season.  His son Jardine (Bus) Lawrason, age 18, won the second in 1932, and his daughter Ruth Lawrason won the Women’s...

Superintendent’s Report – October 2, 2020

Summer is at an end I’m afraid but we welcome autumn with open arms. The weather has been quite favourable recently and although the temperatures are cooler and the days much shorter we have been blessed with for the most part nice sunny days with above average...