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The Toronto Hunt

1355 Kingston Road
Toronto, Ontario
M1N 1R1
Office: 416-691-3118
Fax: 416-691-7113
Email: info@torontohunt.com

1355, Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1N 1R1, Canada,

Key Contacts

SEAN DeSILVA

CEO & General Manager

416-691-3118 ext. 206

MARCEL BREGSTEIN

Assistant General Manager

416-691-3118 ext. 205

SAM FIORE

Executive Chef

416-691-2174 ext. 208

JEFF LONG

Director of Golf

416-691-2234 ext. 217

SCOTT HERON

Golf Course & Property Manager

416-691-2902

DONNA MacLEAN

Exec Assist/Membership Secretary

416-691-3118 ext. 200

TRACY FRASER

Catering Manager

416-691-2174 ext. 203

CAROLINE ABBENBROEK

Controller

416-691-3118 ext. 201

DARLENE GLAZIER

Accounting/HR Coordinator

416-691-3118 ext. 202

EDOUARD CHARRIER

Assistant Food & Beverage Manager

416-691-2174 ext. 221

JERRY DZBANUSZEK

Facilities Manager

416-691-2174 ext. 214

Guest Information

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CLUBHOUSE DRESS CODE

The dress code as summarized below is conservative in nature, and reflects the wishes of our membership, and the practices of our peer clubs. The Board of Directors at The Toronto Hunt has authorized our senior staff to administer the standards of dress on Club property. Their professional judgement and discretion in support of our membership will be applied at all times.

FORMAL AREAS – Business Attire
(Summit, Boardroom, Lounges & Formal Dining Rooms)
• Prior to 5:00 pm, jacket is required (tie optional)
• After 5:00 pm, jacket and tie required
• Ladies are required to dress to an equivalent standard

CASUAL AREAS – Business Casual Attire
(Annex, Upper Annex, Patios, Fox Lounge & Bar)
• Collared shirts and slacks for gentlemen or golf attire
• Ladies are required to dress to an equivalent standard or golf attire

Please note: Dress is required to be neat, attractive and in good taste, keeping with Club standards. Denim (jeans) of any colour, cut-offs, short-shorts, t-shirts, tank/tube tops are not acceptable. Casual footwear including open-toed sandals and loafers are acceptable.

CHILDREN – Juniors aged 10 and over are required to dress to the standards as noted by the locations above. Some latitude will be extended to children under age 10 (pre juniors), but dress should be in keeping with the general guidelines.

* If you are attending a special event, please confirm with your member/host the dress code requirements for that occasion.

GOLF COURSE DRESS CODE

The dress code summarized below reflects the wishes of our Membership. The purpose of the dress code is to ensure that sensible, reasonable, and appropriate standards are always maintained on Club premises. The Board of Directors has authorized our senior staff to administer the standard of dress on Club property. The Professional Staff is empowered to enforce the dress code and to report to the Golf Committee any member who repeatedly fails to adhere.

Members are also responsible for their guests and should ensure that their guest comply with our dress code.

Golf areas include golf course, short game area, putting green and indoor simulators.

Golf attire should be neat, tailored, and consistent with the standards of the Club and the tradition of the game of golf.

Gentlemen
• Golf shirts must have a collar. Turtlenecks, mock necks, and blade collars are acceptable.
• Shirts must be tucked in.
• Shorts must be tailored and of conservative length. Cargo, cycling, gym and shorts falling below the knee are not permitted.
• Pants must be tailored, pressed and unfaded. Rugger, cargo, track, and sweatpants are not permitted.
• Denim is not permitted.
• Hoodies, t-shirts, and track suits are not permitted. Golf Branded Jackets with a hood are permitted.
• Socks must be full length knee socks, peds or sockettes. Crew socks and socks rolled down to ped height are not permitted.
• Proper golf footwear, soft spikes or spikeless, must be worn. Running shoes may be worn with permission for the Professional Staff for health/medical reasons. Golf Sandals are not permitted.
• Caps and visors may not be worn backwards.
• Golf related logos only on all garments. No sports teams or corporate logos. All logos must be small and discreet.

Ladies
• Tops must have collar and/or sleeves. Turtlenecks and mock necks are acceptable. Tops must be tucked in except those with banded bottoms. Tank, tube, halter and racer back tops are not permitted.
• Shorts, skirts and skorts must be of conservative length. Tennis length skirts are not permitted.
• Pants (including capri length) must be tailored, pressed and unfaded. Cargo, sweat, yoga and workout pants are not permitted.
• Leggings are permitted as a layer under skirts and dresses.
• Denim is not permitted
• Hoodies, t-shirts and track suits are not permitted. Jackets with a hood are permitted.
• Socks must be full length knee socks, peds or sockettes.
• Proper golf footwear, soft spikes or spikeless, must be worn. Running shoes may be worn with permission for the Professional Staff for health/medical reasons. Golf Sandals are not permitted.
• Caps and visors may not be worn backwards.
• Golf related logos only on all garments. No sports teams or corporate logos. All logos must be small and discreet.

WIRELESS COMMUNICATION DEVICES

Clubhouse/Patios: Cell phones, Blackberries and iPhones must be concealed at all times and set on silent mode. Calls are permitted in the parking lot, meeting rooms and courtesy phone centres (including locker rooms) only. Discreet texting/emailing is permitted anywhere in the clubhouse/patios except in food and beverage areas during hours of operation of such areas. Please remind guests to comply with the Club’s policy.

ALCOHOL SERVING POLICY

Under the Liquor Licence Act and Regulations, it is illegal to serve alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 19 as well as to those who are visibly intoxicated. Members of the Club and their guests are reminded that it is their responsibility to drink responsibly. The Liquor Licence Act of Ontario also states in part that:

• No person shall sell or supply liquor or permit liquor to be sold or supplied to any person who is or appears to be intoxicated. R.S.O. 1990, c. L.19, s.29.

The Board of Directors of the Club has instructed Club staff to ensure that we are always compliant with this law. All Members (and guests) must cooperate with the staff and are equally responsible for and encouraged to assist each other with the enforcement of this Policy. The Board has developed this Policy to ensure that the Club is compliant with the law and address what it believes to be in the best interests of the Club, its Members, and their guests.

Please click HERE for our full Alcohol Serving Policy.

ACCESSIBILITY (AODA)

In 2005, the government of Ontario passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The goal of the AODA is to remove barriers and make Ontario an accessible province for persons with disabilities by 2025.

STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT
The Toronto Hunt is committed to providing an environment that is accessible and inclusive to all persons with disabilities who work or visit here. We are committed to meeting the needs of all persons with disabilities in a timely manner, and in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. We will do so by removing and preventing barriers to accessibility and by meeting our accessibility requirements under Ontario’s accessibility laws.

The Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulations (IASR) under the AODA required that effective January 1, 2014, The Toronto Hunt must develop, implement and post a multi-year accessibility plan to prevent and remove accessibility barriers.

The accessibility plan outlines The Toronto Hunt’s strategy to identify and eliminate barriers for persons with disabilities, and comply with all AODA requirements applicable to The Toronto Hunt.

The Toronto Hunt’s customer service training guide outlines our practices to better serve the needs of members and guests with disabilities and improve customer service by removing barriers in attitude and understanding.

Please click HERE for The Toronto Hunt’s Accessbility Plan

Please click HERE for The Toronto Hunt’s Accessible Customer Service Policy, Practices & Procedures

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Standard and accessible formats of this document are available by contacting admin@torontohunt.com.

For more information on The Toronto Hunt’s accessibility plan, please contact:

Sean DeSilva
CEO & General Manager
The Toronto Hunt
416-691-3118 ext: 206
sean@torontohunt.com

EMPLOYMENT

The Toronto Hunt is always looking for dynamic staff, who are passionate about their work and excited to help achieve our goal! The Toronto Hunt welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Please email your resume to the appropriate department, as listed in our key contacts above. We thank you for your interest but only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted; no phone calls please.

Click HERE to download our Employment Application Form.