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We warmly welcome guests and look forward to making your experience exceptional. 


A guest includes anyone who accompanies a member or is a guest of a registered tournament or event. Read the information below to learn how to make your experience at Earl Grey safe and easy.

Safe travels
Earl Grey is centrally located in the quiet neighbourhood of North Glenmore Park. We are surrounded by a busy neighbourhood with families, schools, and popular city pathways. We ask all members and guests use extreme caution when driving to and from the Earl Grey. View Map.

Speed Limits: 
  • Neighbourhood | Follow posted speed limit
  • Earl Grey Parking Lot | 14 1/2 kms/hr

Late for your tee time or event?  No problem. Continue to travel within the noted speed limits and we'll quickly get you where you need to be upon arrival.
​Playing golf Today?  We're ready and waiting for your arrival.
Our Golf Services Team acts as a first point of contact, greeting, assisting and meeting the needs of all guests as it relates to their golf experience.  We look forward assisting you upon your arrival.

Heavy load? Drop your clubs or items for your special event before you park. Simply pull into our car port upon arrival and unload. This area provides easy access to our clubhouse and tournament check in area. Please let us know in advance if your require assistance unloading your items. Note: The parking lot speed limit is 14 1/2 kms/hour.

Watch for greeters and signage in front of the clubhouse.  Our tournament check-in area is located outside of the Pro Shop on the lower level.  Simply follow the outdoor steps or ramp (west of the Clubhouse) to lower level.
  • Cell phones and other wireless devices are allowed -  in silent mode -  in all areas of our courses and clubhouse.
  • Cell phones may not be used for verbal conversations on the golf course, practice areas, in the clubhouse or in any manner that may disrupt pace of play or diminish the golf or dining experience for others.
Earl Grey's dress code is adaptive to the changing fashions in the golf industry while continuing to maintain the high standards expected by our Members. Members and guests are encouraged to consider common sense, respect for tradition and modesty when making attire decisions. The dress code regulations apply to all members and guests (including children).

Golfers must wear proper golf attire that follows industry standards, as determined by the product lines sold by golf brands.
  • Shirts for men and boys must have a collar and sleeves. Shirts for ladies and girls must have a collar or sleeves. Mock necks are acceptable.
  • Items NOT PERMITTED include; cargo pants/shorts with expandable outside pockets, gym shorts, spandex shorts, cut-off shorts, tennis shorts, tracksuits, yoga pants, sweatpants, sweatshirts, tank tops, halter tops or bare midriffs, items with garish, vulgar or offensive language or slogans.
  • Tasteful denim clothing is acceptable in the clubhouse, locker rooms, parking lot and pro shop. Denim clothing items must be in good repair with no holes, rips, tears, tatters or frays and must fit appropriately. 
  • Dresses and appropriate formal or semi-formal attire is acceptable in the clubhouse and for social events at the Club. 
  • Hats and visors are not permitted in indoor dining areas unless for medical reasons.
  • We are a “soft spikes” only course. Acceptable footwear must be worn on all playing and practice areas.

All staff members are asked to enforce the dress code and have been given the authority to prohibit any improperly dressed member or guest from golfing or dining until the dress infraction is corrected. These rules apply to members and their guests, and all registered tournament/event guests. 
Pace of Play Target
Earl Grey's pace of play target is 4 hours, 10 minutes.  We ask that all playing members and guests golf at this pace.  The average pace of play of our members is is 4 hours, 3 minutes (see tips on how to stay on pace below).

Pace of Play is GPS Monitored
Our Pace of Play monitoring system, Tag Marshal, allows the Club to track player times and where their pace is compared to where they should be on the course.  Player Ambassadors are on course to assist groups when they have fallen out of place and to help get them back on track.  If groups are falling behind and have been warned previously, groups may be asked to skip a hole to get them back in place while on the course.

Maintain Pace of Play with these tips!
  • Keep up to the group ahead of you.  There should never be a full hole between you and the group ahead.
  • Play quickly. Make shot decisions while approaching your next shot and move quickly to your following shot.
  • Mark your score on the next tee box, not on the green of the hole you are completing.
  • Place your Kaddy-Lac and bags in proactive areas on the golf course.  When approaching a green, leave your bag closest to the next tee in order to have quick access.
  • If you are falling behind, play “ready golf.”
  • Have players move to the next tee once holing out to ensure that you are keeping up to the group in front of you.

Players should stop play and seek shelter any time they believe lightning threatens them, even if a signal has not been sounded.

The Thor Guard Lightning Prediction System will be activated if there is a threat of cloud to ground lightning (the most dangerous to golfers) within the area. Players will be warned of a red alert with one prolonged blast (15 seconds) signaling immediate suspension of play and practice.

All Members, Guests and Staff must adhere to the Club's policy of immediately stopping play and seeking shelter when the System is activated and may not recommence play until the System or staff member has advised the golfers that they may do so.

The System will sound 3 blasts of 5 seconds each to signify all clear. This policy applies to both golf courses, the driving range and all practice facilities. Shelter may be in the Clubhouse, Pro Shop, Half-Way House, Club and Cart Storage Building, vehicle in the parking lot or at any of the lightning rod protected shelters on the golf course.

Avoid open areas, water, tall trees, metal fences, overhead wires & power lines, elevated ground, golf power carts, mowers, cell phones and radios.

New to golf or need to brush up on golf etiquette, course care, and safety?  Watch our six-part care series below:

Ball Mark Repair
Divot Repair 
Driving Range Patterns
Bunker Etiquette
Golf Cart Etiquette
Driving Range Safety

Membership Team
p. 403.249.5548
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Debbie Chadwick
Events Coordinator
p. 403.249.5548, ext. 222
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Pat Wilmot
Head Golf Professional
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