Greater Toronto Area Private Club Experience
Granite Golf Club is family-oriented private golf club located in Stouffville, Ontario, a short, 25-minute drive from the intersection of Highways 401 and 404.
In keeping with the relaxed, modern atmosphere of the Club, all Members and their families can enjoy our:
Who Are We
Granite Golf Club is unlike any other in Southern Ontario. Nestled between the untouched beauty of the ancient Oak Ridges Moraine and the gently rolling countryside, it combines the best features of Scotland's oldest links with all the advances of a truly modern golf course.
Granite Golf Club is proud to have been designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary in 2004. The boundaries of our Golf Course are buffered by protected wildlife habitat, which renowned Canadian golf architect Thomas McBroom’s designed to remain faithful to the natural contours of the land. No office towers or residential developments block your view of the magnificent countryside. The impeccable playing conditions are the result of responsible, environmental grounds maintenance, allowing the course to thrive in harmony with the timeless beauty of the region.
Granite Golf Club is more than a world-class course, from the very beginning, the vision was to be the most family-friendly private club. The course has five sets of adult tees and two sets of family tees to accommodate all players, regardless of ability.
We welcome Guests to experience Granite Golf Club’s hospitality, impeccable service, and our scenic, world-class golf course. The moment you arrive at Granite Golf Club you are put completely at ease. Escape from the city and steal a quiet moment in our clubhouse or enjoy a game of golf, whatever your pace and level. To make the experience as enjoyable as possible, we've taken the intimidation factor out of the game by promoting a friendly and social atmosphere.
All Members and their Guests must be properly attired at all times while using the golf course and practice facilities, or while in the Clubhouse. Golf attire should be tailored, neat, tidy, and in good taste. Please note that Members and their Guests will not be permitted on the golf course if they are not dressed in accordance with Granite Golf Club’s Dress Code.
Proper cycling attire, tailored denim jeans, and collarless shirts are permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse, but not on the golf course. Gym attire is permitted in transit to and from the locker rooms to the Fitness Studio. Footwear is required in the dining areas. s code.
Appropriate golf attire for men consists of slacks or dress shorts of Bermuda or Jamaica length. Golf shirts with collars and sleeves are to be worn and tucked in at all times. Mocknecks and turtlenecks are also appropriate. Proper footwear must be worn on the golf course. Golf sandals are acceptable with or without socks. Attire with slogans or logos must be in good taste.
Appropriate golf attire for women consists of golf dresses, skirts, slacks, capris, or shorts (all should be discreet in length no shorter than mid-thigh), and golf shirts with either sleeves or a collar. Proper footwear must be worn on the golf course. Golf sandals are acceptable with or without socks. Attire with slogans or logos must be in good taste.
Ripped/torn denim, T-shirts, sweatpants, cargo pants/shorts, swim and racquet attire, and headgear worn backwards are prohibited attire on Club premises. Golf and sports hats/visors must be removed while sitting inside the Clubhouse.
Contact Granite Golf Club
Granite Golf Club
2699 York Durham Road 30
Stouffville ON L4A 7X4
905-642-4416, ext. 2505
Mission, Vision, Principles
Granite Golf Club will be viewed by its members, and by the golf community in the Greater Toronto Area as:
- Canada’s premier, private family golf club;
- Comprising a world-class golf course and related facilities, playable at all ages and levels of experience and skill;
- Offering golf programs dedicated to fun, camaraderie, and improving the skills of its members;
- Delivering enviable levels of service in clubhouse and food and beverage offerings for its members and their guests;
- A centre of excellence for junior and intermediate golf in Ontario; and
- A leading example of a golf course that respects the environment in which it is situated.
To offer an exceptional golf experience and high value for all of its members in a family-focused private club environment. Valuing tradition and prestige, we offer facilities and services that are second to none, with good access to the tee. We strive to exceed all expectations from the time our valued members arrive on the property to the time they leave. Of the myriad of Granite Gold services we offer, we are most proud of the opportunities we provide for families to come together and enjoy golf's rewarding pleasures.
The seven Core Values of Granite Golf Club are part of the “fabric” of the Club, and management and staff are expected to perform their duties and behave consistent with them.
Focus on Golf We keep our focus on our Mission... a focus on golf. We will continue to invest in our golf course and property to ensure that we remain a premier and challenging 18-hole championship course for the top-level golfers, while also ensuring the course is very playable and enjoyable for all members, regardless of gender, age or skill level.
Service Excellence We strive to maintain a strong and intimate connection with our members – we aim to understand and respond to their wants and needs in a way that is respectful, attentive and friendly. In so doing, we are able to provide the highest levels of service excellence to our members.
Family First We are all family, and we will work tirelessly to protect what has become our strong, unified community. We invest in our people by fostering an environment that encourages learning, growth, and making a difference. We remain absolute in our commitment to the privacy, safety and well-being of our family – members and staff alike.
Open Governance We are inclusive and encourage members to come forward and participate in the governance of our Club. We value the efforts of volunteers and their contributions to programs and activities that are used by many of our members. Diversity of skill sets, ages, interests and experience are sought when establishing committees and sub-committees, and calling for nominations to the Board of Directors.
Respect for the Environment We respect the environment in which our Club is situated, and work to preserve it, and the creatures that live within it, as we continue to improve our golf course and surrounding property.
Community Involvement We recognize the importance of involvement in our local community, and our civic responsibility to contribute positively to its growth and prosperity.
Planning for the Future While we will forever cherish our roots and nurture our unique relationship with the Granite Club, we recognize the importance, and our responsibility to plan for the future facing the realities of the day, but also embracing new, innovative ideas for sustainable change.