Course Information

Course Rules

Visitors and guests are extended the privileges of this club upon payment of guest fees and are required to register at the Pro Shop. Members are responsible for registering their guests in the Pro Shop. Monday is designated as Course Maintenance Day.
Refer to the greens bulletin board for details.

Dress Code

Port Colborne Country Club kindly requests that all golfers be dressed in appropriate golf attire. This includes:

  • Golf shorts, skirts or skorts are permitted and must be 16″ from top to finished length.
  • Golf shirts with collars are preferred. Mock necks are acceptable. Ladies’ sleeveless golf shirts are permitted
  • Golf shoes must have soft spikes or soft soled shoes.
  • Please note: No denim, gym shorts, t-shirts or tank tops are permitted on the golf course.

No outside alcohol is allowed on the course as per the AGCO (Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario) failure to adhere to this rule could result in dismissal from the course.

Please contact Pro Shop with any questions.

Driving Range & Putting Surface

Port Colborne Country Club is pleased to offer our members and guests our premier practice area covering more than 10 acres and will impress even the most seasoned player. Experience our putting surface and driving range in order to work on your game.

Club Car Electric Carts

The Port Colborne Country Club is thrilled to announce that our new fleet of Club Car electric golf carts were unveiled to our members and guests this year.

These sporty new electric carts feature, club covers, club and ball washers and custom canopies.

Our Members and guests are already commenting that not only is our course in absolute pristine condition this year, but with the added bonus of the new power carts, every round they play will be a pure pleasure!

Lightning Policy

Players should stop play and seek shelter any time they believe lightning threatens them, even if a signal has not been sounded.
Port Colborne Country Club is committed to keeping our players and staff safe while participating in activities on the course.

Severe weather can be a safety risk and can present itself without warning. When you see lightning, or a thunderstorm is on its way, seek shelter indoors immediately. If you are unable to get indoors quickly enough, find a low spot and crouch down. Never take shelter under a tall tree.
A horn will be sounded by one of the pro shop staff as soon as lightning is spotted to alert golfers to evacuate the course.
If you see lightning, do not wait to hear the horn and proceed indoors immediately.
Victims struck by lightning typically have a bad electrical shock and potential burns, but carry no electrical charge and can be moved safely.


Clubhouse, Maintenance Building, On-Course Buildings, Automobiles, Lightning Shelters

Open areas, Water, Tall Trees, Metal Fences, Overhead Wires and Power Lines, Golf Carts, Mowers, Cell Phones and Radios

We appreciate your cooperation.