Golf Dress Code & Courtesies

MEN: Golf shirts must have a collar or must be a recognized golf shirt design, e.g. mock turtle or turtle neck. Tailored trousers or shorts are required. The following are NOT permitted: rugby, sweat, and cargo pants; swimming trunks, tennis shorts; jeans or denim pants, shorts, or cut-offs.

LADIES: Sleeveless tops are permitted provided they have a collar and conversely, any top worn without a collar must have sleeves. Tank, tube, crop, and halter tops are not permitted. Conservative tailored golf skirts, shorts or pants (including cargo length) are appropriate. Short skirts or shorts are not permitted.

Soft spikes only, and no bare feet. Golf sandals are permitted.

Tennis & Pickleball Dress Code & Courtesies

Tennis/Pickleball attire should be neat, tailored and consistent with the standards of the Club and the traditions with the game of tennis and pickleball. The Court House is well stocked with suitable clothing and any inadvertent errors may be quickly and easily corrected. Members and guests not properly attired will not be permitted to play tennis or pickleball.

Gentleman and Junior Boys

  • Tennis shoes (appropriate for Har-Tru courts)
  • Pickleball shoes (rubber-soled non-marking)
  • Collared polo style or crew-collard tennis shirts (tennis themed t-shirts are acceptable)
  • Tennis shorts & warm-up pants (warm-ups must be not frayed or cut-off)

The following is NOT permitted

  • Rugby pants, sweat pants and cargo pants
  • Swimming trunks
  • Jeans or denim pants/short or cut-offs
  • Tank/muscle shirts & basketball tops
  • T-shirts with inappropriate slogans

Ladies & Junior Girls

  • Tennis shoes (appropriate for Har-Tru courts)
  • Pickleball shoes (rubber-soled non-marking)
  • Collared shirts, cami and sleeveless-tops, crew-collard shirts, and v-neck shirts
  • Tennis shorts, skirts and dresses
  • Warm-up suits/leggings (warm-ups must be not frayed or cut off)

The following is NOT permitted

  • Streetwear (denim, cut-off jeans, crop tops/sports bras and no baring midriff)
  • Swimming suits & bikinis
  • Basketball tops
  • T-shirts with inappropriate slogans
  • Transparent leggings

While it is not practical to list all restrictions, members are expected to exercise good judgement.

Clubhouse Dress Code

The purpose of the dress code is to ensure that sensible, reasonable and appropriate standards are maintained at all times on Club premises.  It is the responsibility of every member to ensure that their family members and guests comply with the dress code at all times.  A member or guest of a member not properly attired will be asked to change to respect the dress code or leave.
All Day - Hats or visors are not permitted in the Clubhouse Bar, Dining Room, or Veranda. Shirts and shoes required for Clubhouse, Liliwood, Grill, and West Deck/Patio. Jeans (smart denim) must be neat and presentable, not torn or frayed.
Liliwood, Grill, and West Deck/Patio - Smart casual wear*, proper golf or tennis attire. Cover ups over bathing suits are required.
Clubhouse Bar, Dining Room, and Veranda, after 5:00 p.m. - Elegant casual attire** (collared shirt and closed toe shoes for Gentlemen). Jackets are welcome but not required.
smart casual wear does not include cargo pants, swimwear, short shorts, cut-offs, team shirts, T-shirts, shirts with slogans or sweat suits
** elegant casual attire includes tailored Bermuda/knee length shorts and golf attire

Smart Phones & Other Electronic Devices

Smart Phones & Other Electronic Devices - As a courtesy to other members, cell phones, smartphones and other electronic devices for all phone conversations are prohibited on the golf course, tennis courts/pro shop and in all food service areas including the Clubhouse, Liliwood, Veranda and West Deck.  House phones are available for member’s use in these areas.  If a cellular phone or other electronic device is carried on the property, it must be turned off, to silent mode or to vibrate mode at all times.  Discreet non-verbal communication (e.g. text messaging, emails) is permissible except in the Dining Room and Veranda.

Alcoholic Beverages

The serving of alcoholic beverages in the Clubhouse and on the property of the Muskoka Lakes Golf & Country Club Limited shall be in compliance with the rules and regulations of ” Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario”. No member or guest shall bring or have liquor on the Club premises except for liquor that has been purchased from the Club. Persons under the age of 19 years are not permitted in any area of the Club Premises where alcoholic beverages are served, except in the dining room or patio during luncheon or dinner hours and when accompanied by an adult member.

Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the Golf Course.

Parking- Overnight Vehicle Parking

Overnight parking is only allowed for members and their house guests in designated areas.

Overnight parking is NOT permitted in the upper parking lot. Any vehicle parked improperly may be towed at the owner’s expense.

Boat Parking

In season, the Club’s docks are intended for the use of its members and their guests on a daily basis. The Club provides dedicated dock personnel to assist with boat parking and to ensure the adequate allocation of available space. Overnight parking is NOT permitted except at the designated overnight dock, on a single night basis. Reservations for use of the overnight dock must be made through the Club’s office.

AODA Service Standards Policy

Please find below MLG&CC AODA Service Standards Policy

AODA Service Standards Policy
Continued Accessibility Plan for Future Developments