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  • Posted on 10.05.2017

    St. George’s Hosts Inaugural Invictus Golf Competition on September 26th.

    Golf made its debut at the Invictus Games on Tues, Sept. 26, at St. George’s Golf and Country Club, where Canadians claimed five medals. The competition was contested over 18 holes using modified Stableford scoring using Handicap Factors/Index. Claiming gold in the men’s competition with a 38-point total was David Scott of the United Kingdom. […]

  • Posted on 01.23.2017

    St. George’s Job Fair – Saturday, February 25th

    Join us on Saturday, February 25th from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm for our Job Fair, and explore several opportunities available to join Canada’s leading private club.

  • Posted on 12.20.2016

    St. George’s GCC hires Ian McQueen as new Golf Course Superintendent

    For Immediate Release December 20, 2016 TORONTO, ON – St. George’s Golf and Country Club welcomes Ian McQueen as new Golf Course and Property Manager, effective January 30, 2017. McQueen has held the same position at nearby Islington Golf Club since 2012, and brings to St. George’s over 17 years of golf course management experience […]

  • Posted on 09.20.2016

    Jean Luc Columbo’s Wines of Cornas – Rhone, France

    GASTRO-WINE CLUB DINNER Jean Luc Colombo is a pioneer in the production of wines from the sought after Cornas region in Rhone, France. His passion for the vine is equal to his passion for fine food. We are honoured to be hosting such a prestigious gentleman for his brief visit in Toronto. 6:30 p.m. Reception […]

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    Friday Night Late Night Curling Series

    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 28, NOVEMBER 4, 11 Friday nights just got a whole lot more interesting! Our Friday Night Late Night Series is a casual opportunity to hang out with friends, learn to curl and vie for bragging rights over drinks and pizza all for $20. Geared toward intermediates aged 19-39, this session is open […]

  • Posted on 08.05.2016

    George S. Lyon etched in stone at St. George’s

    You will see George S. Lyon’s portrait hanging in the Founder’s Room across from one of Home Smith. You will find a couple of black and white photos of him in the Royal York Room among many other historic images. You can see his face amongst many in History Hall and in the corridors of […]

  • Posted on 07.27.2016

    Understanding Club Path

    Understanding why the ball does what it does provides you with a clear pathway on how to move your golf ball from A to B in a repeatable manner, as well as learn how to practice effectively so that the work done on the practice tee transfers over to the golf course.  There are four […]

  • Posted on 06.10.2016

    Practice with Purpose – Preserve the Turf at the Range

  • Posted on 04.01.2016

    Drink in Focus – Paper Plane

    I must admit this feature cocktail is a bit selfish of me…I like all of the ingredients on their own, but when they’re combined, they make a magical tipple. Equal parts of Old Bardstown Small Batch Bourbon, Aperol, Amaro Nonino and Fresh Lemon Juice round out this pleasurable drink. The bourbon (Old Bardstown is a […]

  • Posted on 03.16.2016

    St. George’s appoints Jason Clarke as Chief Operating Officer

    TORONTO, ON – St. George’s Golf and Country Club welcomes Jason Clarke as new Chief Operating Officer, effective May 16, 2016. Mr. Clarke has served as Chief Operating Officer at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club since 2012 and brings to St. George’s 17 years of private club management experience. David Imrie, the Board Chair commented, […]

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