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WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENT

Golf Burlington

On behalf of the Board of Directors, I welcome you to Burlington Golf & Country Club.

GOLF

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Table of Contents

History ..................................................................3 Hole Descriptions..............................................4 Scorecard.............................................................6 Golf Facilities.....................................................7

Stephen Abraham

President, Burlington Golf & Country Club

The mandate of Burlington Golf & Country Club is to be one of the finest golf, curling and social clubs in the area. As a member focused club we strive to provide a consistently high quality of service to meet the needs of all our members. We place respect, friendship and community awareness as our strongest values.

Golf Sections.......................................................8 Golf Playing Times...........................................12 Golf Fees.............................................................13 Golf Wait List....................................................14

OUR MEMBERS...

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The Heart of a Great Club

Invitation... For information on membership questions, contact Tami Fisher, Membership Secretary at tami.fisher@burlingtongolfclub.com or 905-634-7726 ext. 251. Toll Free: 1-877- BIG-EVNT (244-3868).


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A RICH

GOLF

History

Burlington Golf and Country Club was incorporated through the efforts of a number of prominent Hamilton and Burlington citizens in 1922. The first nine holes opened in 1923 with the completion of eighteen holes and the clubhouse in 1924. The topography of the property with its sandy loam and attractive location on Burlington Bay provided a natural design base for a golf course. Today’s challenging layout is essentially as designed by the legendary golf course architect Stanley Thompson. The Club’s first professional, Andy Anderson with a solid record of golf course construction in his native Scotland kept a watchful eye during construction. The first clubhouse, designed in a traditional style, was erected on the highland near the southeast boundary. The view of the Bay and City of Hamilton commanded such attention that the original Prospectus enthused, “A more beautiful or more wonderfully entrancing situation would be impossible to imagine”. In 1959, a modern curling rink with a unique floating slab was added which provided six sheets of ice and a state of the art curling rink floor was installed in 2011. The total curling facility including lounge and locker room service is acknowledged to be among the finest in Southern Ontario. In 1969 the original clubhouse was replaced by a larger, more modern building and a new pro shop was added in 1989. Always striving for continuous improvement, in October 2005, the members voted in favour of building a new clubhouse. This award winning clubhouse was completed in July of 2008 (cover). BGCC counts winners of Provincial and National titles among its past and current membership, along with hosting the Men’s and Ladies, P.G.A. of Canada Championships and many G.A.O. Championships. The annual Burlington Invitation traditionally attracts the finest amateur golfers from Southern Ontario and Western New York State.

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Golf!

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Hole# 1 Par 4

A very strong dogleg left starting hole. Shorter hitters play to the right side of the fairway off the tee. Longer hitters may take on the left hand bunkers with a driver, or play a fairway wood to the centre of the fairway. Stay away from the left side for the entire length of the hole as a deep valley swallows up golf balls.

Hole# 2 Par 3

A long par 3 with a hazard down the entire left side. A down slope 25 yards short of the green allows a shorter, more accurate club to run the ball on to the front of the green. Not many 2’s on this hole.

Hole# 3 Par 5

Dog leg left par 5. Hug the left side of the fairway here off the tee. Longer hitters may have the opportunity to go for the green in two. Make sure when you hit your approach you stay short of the pin. Putts from above the pin tend to be very, very quick.

Hole# 4 Par 4

A dog leg right par 4 that plays quite long. Favour the left side off the tee as the fairway runs to the right. The second shot plays slightly uphill to a very interesting green site.

Hole# 5 Par 4

A short par 4, so it may seem like you’re getting a break after the first four difficult holes. Be careful however, favour the left side of the fairway again off the tee. Play your second to the middle of the green as up and downs are difficult on this hole especially if you are long.

Hole# 6 Par 3

A picturesque medium length par 3 over water. You may want to aim for the left edge of the green as anything on this side will kick your ball to the right. Typically a high shot is preferred here as the green is quite elevated once you have carried the water.

Hole# 7 Par 5

A fairly sharp dogleg short par 5. Favour the right side of the fairway for short to medium hitters as this really opens up the hole. Longer hitters using a driver must contend with the trees on the left to keep the ball in the fairway. Do not go left into the trees as the members refer to this area as Alcatraz, a very difficult escape. This should be a hole to make a good score but it is all about the placement of your tee shot.

Hole# 8 Par 4

A short par 4 with fairway bunkers right and left. Either play short of the bunkers, or try to carry the 235 yards over the right bunker. Take one less club on your second shot as there is out of bounds directly over the back of the green.


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Hole# 9 Par 3

This hole looks like an easy par 3 but be careful. If you are not aggressive by nature, it is good to take one less club on this hole and play short. The valley left is a horrible spot to play from, long right is no bargain, and over the green is simply a big mistake. If you come up short you are left with a fairly easy chip to a very flat green.

Hole# 10 Par 4

A longish carry to the right of the large pine on the left is perfect off the tee. Stay slightly right with your second as straying too far on the left side of the green presents a terrible hazard. Please take note of the flag position as this is a two tiered green and being on the wrong side of the hole can make for a difficult putt.

Hole# 11 Par 4

This long par 4 is the number 1 handicap on the course. Play for the centre of the fairway as this hole is totally tree lined. Now you have a choice, either play short of the fairway bunkers or blast your second shot to a very well guarded green. The green is elevated with a false front so make sure you hit enough club to ensure you stay on the green. Only a very low shot will run up onto the green, but there are deep bunkers left and right.

Hole# 12 Par 5

A medium length par 5, that is really a birdie hole. Play to the centre of the fairway off the tee, hit your second on or close to the green and make a good score here. This is one of the easiest holes relative to par on the course.

Hole# 13 Par 4

A shortish par 4 where tee shot placement is key. Favour the left side of the fairway for longer hitters, the shorter hitter may use the right side to carry their ball to the left side of the fairway. A short iron to a false front green where you must carry the ball onto the green. Green slopes more right to left than it appears.

Hole# 14 Par 4

A long par 4 with out of bounds to the right and a hazard and fairway bunker down the left side. Keeping the ball in the fairway is obviously a key here. Don’t be too aggressive on your approach to the green on this hole. Over the back of this green is not a very nice position to play from as it falls away dramatically.

Hole# 15 Par 3

A shortish par 3 with a very shallow, but wide green. Play to the centre of the green on this one, as par is a good score here. Shorter and lower ball hitters can play to the left, land the ball short and have it run up onto the green.

Hole# 16 Par 4

Due to the elevation change, this hole plays shorter than the yardage. Favour the left side of the fairway, and hit your short iron on to the green. A good opportunity for a birdie here.

Hole# 17 Par 4

A brute of a hole. Longer hitters should favour the left side of the fairway as Lake Ontario looms on the right. A short to mid iron into a very well-guarded green. Shorter hitters may consider laying their second shot up 90 yards short, and depend on their wedge play to attain a par on this very difficult hole.

Hole# 18 Par 3

A par three finishing hole? Yes, but it has ruined many a round. Always play short of the hole here unless it is mandatory that you make a birdie. A very challenging finish to your day.

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Golf Burlington MEN’S GOLD STROKES

GOLD / BLUE BLUE BLUE / WHITE WHITE RED + HOLE11 12 13 10 MEN’S STROKES GOLD 401 464 510 389 PAR (ALL TEES) GOLD / BLUE 377 395 510 359 + BLUE395 498 359 377 BLUE / WHITE 344 395 444 340 WHITE 344 350 444 340 RED310 356 299 + 201 10 11STROKES 12 13 MEN’S 7 464 1 510 9 389 11 401 PAR (ALL TEES) 377 395 510 359 + WOMEN’S HOLE 377 395 STROKES 498 359 GOLD 344 395 444 340

The Score

447 435 7 8 490

332 314 8 14 348

146 121 9 18 191

490 348 191 469 346 169 469 346 169 447 332 146 435 314 121 7 8 9 8OUT348 14TOTAL 18 490 191 3173 6510 5 4 191 3 490 31253486238 469 169 30233466112 469 346 169 2890 5747 447 146 27253325419 435 314 121 2521 4737 8OUT14TOTAL 18 3173 6510 5 4 3 3125 6238 27 12 16 86112 9 3023 490 191 2890348 5747 490 191 2725348 5419 469 169 2521346 4737 OUT TOTAL 469 346 169 3173 6510 5 332 4 70146 3 447 70 3125 6238 435 314 16 121 2 12 3023 6112 8 14 18 2890 5747 2725 5419 2521 4737

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160 440 362 313 130 155 2 430 3 357 4 313 5 100 6 10 6 2 12 16 230 543 422 338 181 422 211 543 401 338 181 422 211 530 401 329 146 395 160 530 362 329 130 395 160 440 362 313 130 296 155 430 357 313 100 1 152 163 174 185 6 144 IN 10 543 6 422 2 338 12 181 16 430 230 426 183 348 419 197 3337 4 211 3 543 5 401 4 338 4 181 3 422 368 166 348 410 180 3113 422 166 211 336 530 410 401 180 329 3089 146 368 395 160 530 362 329 130 368 140 336 310 180 2857 395 140 160 265 440 310 362 153 313 2694 130 348 296 155 430 357 313 100 290 60 255 2216 144 15 166 305 172 140 18 IN 10 12 16 5 183 17 348 15 419 3 197 13 3337 426 4 3 5 4 4 3 368 166 348 410 180 3113 41 166 18 63 410 84 180 10 14 2 336 5 3089 6 368 430140 230336 543310 422180 3382857 181 368 422140 211265 543310 401153 3382694 181 348 422 60 211255 530305 401140 3292216 146 290 14 15 16 17 18 IN 395 17 160 15 530 3362 13 329 130 5 426 183 348 419 197 3337 4 3160 3 4440 5 4362 4 3313 4 35 3 130 4395 368 166 348 410 180 3113 296 155 430 357 313 14 100 4 166 18 6 410 8 180 10 368 336 3089 4 10 6 2 12 16 368 140 336 310 180 2857 348 140 265 310 153 2694 290 60 255 305 140 2216 5 17 15 3 13 4 3 4 4 3 35 4 18 6 8 10 14 13 15 17 3 11

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67.5 71.1 72.7 76.1

123 131 126 134

66.0 70.1 70.9 74.5

119 128 120 132

63.1 69.4 66.7 73.7

110 127 113 130

73.7 130 RATING SLOPE

TEES

BLU/WHT GOLD Men

Scorer Attested

395 296 1 4 430

Date Scorer Attested

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BLU/WHT GOLD Men

RATING SLOPE

67.5 123 C.P.G.A. Professional Men 71.1 131 Women 72.7 126 Women 76.1 134

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WHITE GOL/BLU Men 66.0 119 Superintendent Men 70.1 128 Women 70.9 WomenDean 74.5 Baker

120 132

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BLUE Professional Men 63.1 Shop 110 Men 69.4 127 Women 66.7ext.239 113 905-634-7726 Women 73.7 130

Clubhouse Office BLU/WHT 905-634-7726 Men 67.5ext.227 123 C.P.G.A. Professional Women 72.7 126 www.burlingtongolfclub.com

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Superintendent TEES RATING SLOPE Men 66.0 119 Women 70.9 120 GOLDDean Baker

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GOLD Men 71.1 131 344 350/ BLUE 444 340 RED Professional Women 76.1Shop 110 134 Men 63.1 + BLUE 3023 201 310 356 299 Women 66.7ext.239 113 905-634-7726 10 11 12 13 GOL/BLU Clubhouse Office 128 2890 7BLUE 1/ WHITE 9 389 11 Men 70.1 401 464 510 Women 74.5 905-634-7726 ext.227132 PAR (ALL TEES) 35 WHITE 2725 C.P.G.A. Professional H 4 395 4 510 5 359 4 www.burlingtongolfclub.com 377 BLUE Trevor Fackrell WOMEN’S STROKES RED 2521N + Men 69.4 127 D 377 395 498 359 Women 73.7 130 E Superintendent MEN’S STROKES 344 395 444 340 C BLU/WHT Dean Baker T Men 67.5 123 344 350 444 340 Women 72.7Shop 126 P Professional 201 310 356 299 905-634-7726 ext.239 WHITE Men 66.0 Clubhouse Office 119 7 1 9 11 Women 70.9 120 905-634-7726 ext.227 4 4 5 4 70 70 RED www.burlingtongolfclub.com Men 63.1 110 WOMEN’S 2 12 16 Women 66.7 113 1 7 STROKES 5 9+ PAR (ALL TEES) 4 3 5 4 4 3 5 4 3 35 C.P.G.A. Professional Trevor Fackrell This golf course is+a challenging 18-hole, par 70 course (6510 yards), with a slope rating of 131 for men and 120 for Superintendent women. The course features a Carolinian Wood Lot, mature tree-lined fairways with a gently rolling terrain and Dean Baker

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Practice!

Full-Service Pro Shop The golf club includes a golf shop, a state-of-the-art practice facility with an enclosed driving range, world-class short game practice area and teaching facility. The golf shop features a wide variety of quality merchandise that includes the latest in golf equipment and attire. Our golf pro and his staff of experienced golf professionals offer lessons, club fitting, as well as a winter golf school. Head Golf Professional - Trevor Fackrell Proshop Email: proshop@burlingtongolfclub.com Voice: 905-634-7728 Fax: 905-634-7005

ESID The Electronic Storm Identification Device (ESID) was installed at the beginning of 2012 to track storms as they approach the area. Whenever there is a strike within the danger area (0-5 miles), the sirens will alert, play will stop and shelter must be sought immediately. The first siren, to immediately suspend play, is a high-pitched siren-like sound and the second siren, to resume play, is a quieter constant beeping tone. In addition, there are flashing lights in the Parking lot and on the 13th tee that indicate it is not safe to return to the course. Everyone must remain in their safe area until the siren (constant beeping tone) indicates that it is safe to resume play.

Outdoors: 8000 sq ft. Putting Green Full-Swing Netted Practice Range Teaching & Club Fitting Short-Game Practice Area Teaching Tools: TOMI Putting Analysis V-1 Teaching System Ping Putting Software Flight Scope Launch Monitor Video Analysis Skytracker Services: Golf Club Fitting Golf Club Demo Program Lessons Winter Golf School

RECIPROCAL GOLF Burlington members enjoy reciprocal golfing privileges on these courses under the set of rules and regulations of each golf club. • • • •

Bayview GCC, Thornhill Brantford GCC, Brantford Brookfield CC, Buffalo NY Credit Valley GCC, Mississauga

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Niagara Falls CC, Niagara Falls NY Thornhill GCC, Toronto Westmount GCC, Kitchener Royal Mayfair Golf Club, Edmonton

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MEN’S GOLF The Men’s Golf Section at Burlington Golf and Country Club offers a wide variety of golf activities for all caliber of golfer. We host a very successful Wednesday Men’s League that is played over 17 weeks (May through September.) The format is different from other clubs in that the emphasis is on combined team play and participation. In addition, some of the more popular annual events are the Men’s Opening Day, Men’s Year Long Match Play, Men’s Member/Guest and Men’s Closing Day. From week to week there are plenty of other great small outings to take part in if you wish. Upon joining BGCC you will have the opportunity to make some great friends and realize how pleasant our membership group is. Trevor and his professional staff are extremely approachable and will gladly help with any of your golfing needs. The Captain’s Committee will go out of their way to introduce you to members of the golf club. Don’t be surprised if some of these people become your best friends!

MIXED GOLF Mixed golf offers many options whether you are golfing with your spouse, significant other, or a friend. The mixed events hosted at the club throughout the season offer wonderful dinners and are a great social. If you would like to bring a guest with an established handicap to the event you are more than encouraged. There is also a yearlong match play event that lasts throughout the year which is a great way to meet several new members throughout the course of the golfing season.

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LADIES’ GOLF The Tuesday Ladies section is a very friendly, fun and social group. Over the season, it offers an interesting mixture of fun games and mini tournaments as well as a Team Play Nine Hole League, all perfect for both the beginner golfer and the more seasoned player. We take special pride in our Big Sister Program which not only introduces our new members to our Tuesday ladies but also ensures availability of partners for games on other weekdays as well. Our goal is to provide access to games of interest and an opportunity to meet like-minded golfers. For those in the workforce, a Business Ladies League plays on Saturday and Sundays.

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Associate!

ASSOCIATE

Associate Membership offers individuals at the start of their careers or raising young families the opportunity to join as a full member. Associate Members have reduced dues and initiation fees which can be amortised over time with equal payments and no interest up to and including the age of 46.

(Ages 19 to 40) Category Associate, Unrestricted Golf

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Age

2019 Dues

2019 Initiation

Annual Capital Levy

Annual House Minimum

Initiation Terms

19-40

$3,873

$35,000

$660

N/A

Equal payments between the age when they start as an Associate and 46, no interest, no promissory note


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JUNIOR/INTERMEDIATE GOLF Junior/Intermediate members are part of a graduated program where initiation fees, house minimums and the annual capital levy are waived or reduced as the junior member ages (chart below). The Junior Program at Burlington Golf & Country Club offers a full range of activities and tournaments for our members including clinics and league play. Junior members can be as young as 10 and as old as 18. Intermediate membership, available for ages 19 to 29 allows young adults to continue to enjoy golf and to prepare for future shareholder membership beginning at age 30. Membership is open to spouses, children, grandchildren, nieces/nephews and sons/daughters in-law of current members. Category

Age

2019 Dues

2019 Initiation

Annual Capital Levy

Annual House Minimum

Initiation Terms

Junior

10-18

$1,020

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Intermediate 1

19-24

$1,224

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Intermediate 2

25-29

$2,448

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

For children between the ages of 9 and 12 there is an after 6:30pm green fee of $10 + HST for children of golf members (children must be accompanied by a senior golf member) with no limit to the number of times a child plays in a season. The program for Junior Members is fun! Young people are taught the fundamentals of the game, sportsmanship and develop skills and friendships that last a lifetime. We have 50 Year members still golfing in groups who began as Juniors together! Juniors have lots of opportunity to play and learn from a dedicated resident golf professional. Clinics, tournaments and summer golf camp keep the game fun and competitive. Some Junior members have gone on to higher levels of competition. Our members are proud and rally around our youth to impart their love of the game. Intermediates can participate in League play, Open and Closing Day tournaments as well as other select golfing events.

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Play!

PLAYING TIMES BY CATEGORY Category

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday/Holiday

Male

After 11:00am

After 12:00pm

All Day

All Day

All Day

All Day

All Day

Female

After 11:00am

All Day

Before Noon & After 5:00pm

All Day

All Day

All Day

All Day

Male Intermediates

After 11:00am

After 12:00pm

All Day

All Day

All Day

After 12:00pm

After 12:00pm

Female Intermediates

After 11:00am

All Day

Between 10 12:00 & after 5:00

All Day

All Day

After 12:00pm

After 12:00pm

Junior Male

After 11:00am

After 2:00pm

After 5:00pm

Before Noon & After 4:00pm

Before Noon & After 4:00pm

After 2:00pm except events

Between 11:30am 12:00pm & after 3:00pm

Junior Female

After 11:00am

After 2:00pm

After 5:00pm

Before Noon & After 4:00pm

Before Noon & After 4:00pm

After 2:00pm except events

Between 11:30am 12:00pm & after 3:00pm

*Waitlist Golfers

After 3:30pm

After 3:30pm

N/A

After 3:30pm

After 3:30pm

After 3:30pm

After 3:30pm

Male Guests

After 11:00am

After 12:00pm

All Day

All Day

All Day

After 11:00am

After 11:00am

Female Guests

After 11:00am

All Day

Before Noon & After 5:00pm

All Day

All Day

After 11:00am

After 11:00am

*Waitlist Golfers in addition to unlimited golf after 3:30pm with the exception of Wednesday when there is no play. Additionally, they may play 4 rounds during guest times subject to the applicable green fee. Clubhouse and Curling members may play during guest times up to 4 times as the guest of a golf member, subject to the applicable green fee. Note: Monday mornings before 11:00am, the course is closed for maintenance. Before Ladies Warm-up Day and after Ladies Cool Down Day, males may play at any time on Tuesdays and females may play any time on Wednesday.

Booking a Tee Time An automated online Tee Time Reservation System, customized for BGCC, is user friendly and allows members integrated access to tee time bookings, event registration and the club website. Members may submit online a tee time request 10 days in advance up to 7:00am - 3 days in advance of the date they wish to play. The draw will be completed and posted at approximately 7:00am three days before the date of play. Any times available after the draw can be booked at any time. Guest times can be booked 2 weeks before the day of play. Please see page 13 for information regarding golf dues.

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Golf Fees 2019

ANNUAL GOLF DUES 2018 SENIOR (AGE 41+)

INITIATION FEE Applicant Spouse Family (40yrs of age or younger)

$35,000 50% Discount 25% Discount

A deposit of $10,500 is payable on acceptance to the golf waiting list of which $5,000 is non refundable if a member on the waiting list chooses to leave the club prior to full acceptance as a golfing member. Balance of payment may be paid at time of entrance as a golfing member or amortized over 7 years (subject to an administration fee). SHARES A golf member must purchase shares dictated by the Club By-Laws. Shares are for voting purposes only. JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE MEMBERS Initiation fees are not applicable until the age of Associate membership, age 30 and are not subject to a House Minimum Spend.

$4,842

ASSOCIATE (AGE 30-40) (See Page 10) $3,873 INTERMEDIATE 2 (AGE 25-29) $2,448 INTERMEDIATE 1 (AGE 19-24) $1,224 JUNIOR (AGE 10-18) $1,020 GOLF WAIT LIST $2,421 NON-RESIDENT 1/3 OF APPLICABLE DUES

(MUST RESIDE A MINIMUM OF 300 KM FROM THE CLUB)

Dues are payable annually in February or on a monthly payment plan. HOUSE MINIMUM SPEND SINGLE SENIOR COUPLE SENIOR

$500/6 Months $800/6 Months

The six month periods are February 1st to July 31st and August 1st to January 31st.

ADDITIONAL FEES GOLF CAPITAL LEVY Senior and Associate Members are subject to a monthly capital levy of $55 per month. ANNUAL GOLF FEES Adult Golfer $86.50 ~ Junior Golfer $41.00 ~ Senior Waitlist $36.50

SIGNING PRIVILEGES Golf Members may elect for their spouses to have signing privileges at the club at no additional charge.

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Wait List Until a position becomes available, Wait List Members may enjoy many privileges around the Clubhouse and on the course: • • • • • • •

Unlimited play after 3:30pm Three opportunities to play prior to 3:30pm with applicable Guest Green Fees Assigned a Big Brother/Big Sister to aid in introductions throughout the Club Play Mixed Golf events Play Opening and Closing Day Bring Guests to play golf as well as dining and social events Spousal signing privileges

What better way to make the most of your pending membership than to have this introduction and be geared up for all of the priviledges that Shareholder Membership brings.

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THANK YOU

For Your Consideration...

Clubhouse and Curling Information Available Upon Request.

To submit an application or for information regarding membership, please contact Tami Fisher, Membership Secretary at tami.fisher@burlingtongolfclub.com or 905-634-7726 ext. 251 or Toll Free: 1-877- BIG-EVNT (244-3868).

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