About the Venue

The Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club is one of Ontario’s oldest golf and curling facilities. Founded in 1908, the Hunt Club is a four-season facility offering a 27-hole championship golf course that challenges all handicap levels and six sheets of ice that support a popular curling program for social and competitive curlers of all levels. Its Clubhouse provides casual and fine dining, professional service, and a sense of community that has been a hallmark of the Club for over 100 years.

Among the most prestigious golf clubs in Canada, the Hunt Club has hosted one Canadian Men’s Open and two Canadian Women’s Opens, with a  third (2017 Canadian Pacific Women’s Open) scheduled for next year. The Club’s competitive course record (65) is held by Jack Nicklaus, arguably the best golfer of all time. Of the 150 inductees into the World Golf Hall of Fame, no less than 24 have played the Hunt. 

Click here to view the course on a map. For more information, visit the club's website.


Tournament Day Information

Dress Code Guidelines

Like most private facilities, the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club has a dress code. The dress code reflects club traditions but also considers current trends in golf wear, tasteful and appropriate clothing, and the practices of other private clubs. For full details on the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club dress code, please click here

Please note that casual golf attire is acceptable at the Y Golf Classic dinner. Change room and shower facilities are available for those who wish to use them, but please note that there will be no lockers available for use.

Cell Phones

For the comfort of our members and guests, the use of cell phones is prohibited in all Clubhouse food service areas.


In addition to our top foursome, prizes will be awarded to winners of the following contests:

1)       Putting Contest – Putting Green
2)      Beat the Pro – Hole #13
3)      Closest to the Pin (Men & Ladies) – #8
4)      Longest Drive (Men & Ladies) – #18
5)      Hole-in-One contests – Holes #5 and #15
         Each non-professional golfer gets a chance to score a hole-in-one at holes #5 and #15, each with a prize of
         $25,000 cash!