Mitchell Golf & Country Club is a spikeless golf course, meaning steel spikes are not permitted. Golf shoes with rubber ("soft") spikes or flat-soled shoes are the only acceptable footwear.
Advanced tee-times are recommended 7 days a week. Members may book up to 7 days in advance - non-members 5 days in advance.
Power-cart reservations are recommended to ensure availability.
Non-golfers or anyone not paying a green fee or membership fee are not permitted on the course.
Each golfer must have their own set of clubs in their bag - no "sharing" of clubs.
Driving range closes at 7:00p.m. nightly for ball picking. (Time will be earlier in April, September, and October). There are occasions when the driving range may close earlier in the day for ball picking. You are welcome to phone the proshop in advance to check.
If you wish to track your handicap, members may either log into their Tee-On account or turn in score cards to the Pro Shop Staff following each round.
Tournament registration will take place only upon payment of entry fee.
Play will begin on the front 9 unless otherwise directed by the Pro Shop staff. Those beginning play on the tenth hole must yield to groups continuing play from the front 9.
When the course is exceptionally busy, the Pro Shop staff reserves the right to restrict play to groups of 3 or 4 only. If those wishing to golf do not have a group of 3 or 4, our staff will be happy to assist in creating one for you. (Maximum 4 golfers per group).
Monday and Tuesday night cart specials begin at 1:00 p.m. and are restricted to members or guests of members only. Monday - Men only, Tuesday - Ladies only.
Junior members wishing to play immediately following the Tuesday morning junior program must book a tee time.
We will do our best to consistently post tournaments and tee closings a minimum of 2 weeks in advance of function. Please watch the activity board and our Schedule of Events for notices.
Alcohol is not permitted on the property unless provided by our facilties as per the Liquor Laws of Ontario. Those who are (or appear to be) intoxicated will NOT be served alcohol. Violators may have their playing privileges revoked.