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Play Golf at Carleton

Discover our hidden gem.

A shot-maker’s course that requires strategy and rewards accuracy. Well-designed and easily walkable, Carleton offers new challenges on every hole for both low handicappers and the casual golfer.

Golf course

Designed in 1963, our beautifully maintained 18-hole private golf course offers the perfect environment for a round with friends or a competitive match. To ensure our course remains relevant for today’s golfers, renovations are ongoing under the expert guidance of renowned course architect, Ian Andrew. Ian has developed a reputation for the renovation and restoration of many of Canada’s greatest courses and is the mastermind behind Weir Golf Design. The latest improvements to our course were completed in 2022.

“… conditions that are impeccable”
– Flagstick Magazine

beautifully maintained 18-hole private golf course
Carleton has a strong reputation for its pristine fairways and challenging, manicured greens, thanks to our exceptional Course Superintendent, Joel Trickey, and his team. Joel has been with Carleton since the mid 1990s and is widely considered to be one of the region’s best at what he does. “Anyone who has played our course will tell you that it’s both very playable and a good test of skill,” says Joel. “Our commitment to providing our members with a great golf experience is why we place such emphasis on having excellent course conditions and why we work with experts like Ian. We want to ensure that Carleton continues to offer an enjoyable and challenging golf experience not only today, but well into the future”.
“Great conditions, and a really challenging and interesting set of greens. Add to it a magnificent view from the clubhouse and a walkable design and you’ve got a really good member course.” – Ian Andrew, Golf Architect

“Great conditions, and a really challenging and interesting set of greens. Add to it a magnificent view from the clubhouse and a walkable design and you’ve got a really good member course.”
– Ian Andrew, Golf Architect

Carleton has hosted:

  • 1998, 2002, and 2019 PGA Seniors’ Championship of Canada.
  • 2013 Quebec/Eastern Ontario Women’s Amateur Championships.


Scorecard - Carleton Golf and Yacht Club


Golf Simulators - Carleton Golf and Yacht Club

Indoor golf academy

Launched in 2022, our year-round Golf Academy features state-of-the-art TrackMan Golf simulators. Choose to play from over 200 courses from around the world, get fitted for new clubs by our certified club fitters, take a lesson from one of our three PGA of Canada Class “A” professionals, hone your swing on the range, and challenge your friends to a game of capture the flag!

Practice facilities

Carleton’s range features a main tee deck equipped with TurfHound hitting mats and new drainage in 2022 to ensure the a longer practice season. Two multi-purpose short game areas allow for chipping, pitching, bunker, and putting practise. Private lessons with the latest TrackMan technology are available from our three PGA of Canada Class “A” professionals both indoors and outdoors.
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Pro Shop - Carleton Golf and Yacht Club


Carleton’s pro shop is fully stocked with all the latest golfing equipment, clothing, and footwear, as well as a beautiful line of clothing to take you from the course to the dining room. Its sole purpose is to benefit the members with excellent selection and service, all with special member pricing!

Throughout the year, the club hosts numerous demo days where top golf club manufacturers come to Carleton to allow members to try out the latest technology in the comfort of their home club.

The pro shop also offers a good selection of demo clubs for members to try at no charge.

Meet the pros




Director of Golf /
Head Golf Professional

Fergus Barron

Assistant Golf

Nolan Reynolds


Information for guests

For the benefit of our members and guests, Carleton maintains a dress code for the golf course, clubhouse, and practice areas that is in keeping with acceptable standards of the game of golf. Golfers are required to wear proper golf attire at all times. Any attire determined by the Club to be inappropriate is not permitted.
  • Men are required to wear golf shirts with collars (mock turtlenecks and turtlenecks are permitted). Shirts must be tucked in. Cargo pants with a neat and clean appearance are acceptable.
  • Women may wear slacks, shorts, skorts, capris, and dresses. Mock style, V-neck, and sleeveless shirts are acceptable. Tops may be worn untucked.
  • Hats or visors must be worn facing forward. Hats are not permitted in the dining areas inside the clubhouse.
  • When worn with shorts, socks must be knee- or ankle-length. Banded sports and dress socks are not permitted.
  • Denim or jeans of any kind or colour, cut-offs, tennis shorts, running shorts, sweatpants, workout attire, tank tops, halter tops, mesh shirts, and graphic T-shirts are not permitted. Smart jeans are permitted in the clubhouse.
  • Carleton is a soft spike only golf course.
  • Caddies may not wear golf shoes of any type (no metal spikes, soft spikes, or spikeless golf shoes).

For more information
We are happy to answer any questions you may have to ensure you enjoy your time at Carleton. Please do not hesitate to call the pro shop at 613 692 3533 and let us know how we can be of assistance.


If you’d like to experience the Carleton difference, please send us an email or give us a call at 613-692-3531 and book your tour today!

Carleton Golf and Yacht Club - Cameron Gall Director of Clubhouse Operations



Cameron is a PGA of Canada Class “A” professional and has been working in the golf industry since 2002. He holds an Honours Bachelor’s Degree with a specialization in Kinesiology from Western University and a graduate diploma in Golf Operations Management from the Golf Management Institute of Canada.

Cameron has extensive experience in golf instruction, event management, financial administration, and ensuring an exceptional member and guest experience.

Following appointments at the Thornhill Club, Rosedale Golf Club, Scarboro Golf & Country Club, and Highwood Golf, Cameron is committed to providing strong leadership and creating a positive impact for the entire membership at Carleton.

You can reach Cameron at and by phone at 613-692-3531.

Director of Golf / Head Golf Professional TYLER FITZGERALD​



With 25 years of experience in the golf industry, Tyler brings a wealth of operational knowledge to Carleton. He holds a Business & Commerce degree from the University of Sydney, Australia, as well as a Business Administration / Professional Golf Management degree from Humber College.

Having worked at several of Canada’s top-ranked facilities, such as the Banff Spring Golf Course, Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club, Thornhill Golf Club, Scarboro Golf Club, and St. George’s Golf Club, Tyler’s passion towards golf excellence is second to none.

Tyler is a PGA of Canada Class “A” professional and an experienced golf instructor and coach, certified club fitter, and awarded retailer.

You can reach Tyler at and by phone at 613-692-3531.


Fergus Barron

Fergus Barron

Assistant Golf Professional

Fergus is from England and is a graduate of the University of Birmingham with a FdSc in Professional Golf Studies.

Fergus grew up in a golfing family. Playing out of Dewsbury District Golf Club, Fergus learnt many aspects of the game of golf as well as the dynamics of how golf clubs operate. With both his father and grandfather being Club Captains, and his grandmother being Ladies Captain, it shows just how truly a golfing family they were.

Fergus officially became a member of the PGA in 2019 after completing his apprenticeship at the Bradley Park Golf Club in a town called Huddersfield, where he spent the last 6 years. While at Bradley Park, Fergus greatly enjoyed teaching and coaching all levels of golfers.

Fergus is also a certified club fitter and had the opportunity to meet the CEO and Vice President of TaylorMade to discuss improvements that could be made to the fitting equipment.

Nolan Reynolds

Nolan Reynolds

Assistant Golf Professional

Nolan is from North Bay, Ontario, where he began playing golf at a very young age.

After working four summers for his local golf club, Nolan soon realized he wanted to continue working in the golf industry. Golf was a major passion of his, so he decided to enroll in Georgian College‘s Business Administration Golf Management degree, which he graduated with honours!!

Throughout his enrollment at Georgian College, Nolan worked at The North Bay Golf & Country Club, where he helped with all golf operations and even taught a little.

Nolan will help directly with the Junior golf program at Carleton and assist in league play and tournaments. His passion for growing junior golf, coaching, and assisting with all member activities will add great excitement to the club.