Due to overwhelming response (event was full within less than 2 minutes of opening) we are full but have opened a waiting list if you wish to be notified in the event of an opening.

St. George's Golf & Country Club

Opened in 1930 and originally named the Royal York Golf Club, Stanley Thompson joined Toronto Developer Robert Home Smith in the creation of St. George's. It was originally designed and built to serve guests of the Royal York Hotel in the heart of Toronto. Although the golf course would be 15 to 20 km. from the Royal York Hotel, the project went ahead. Once completed a regular limousine service ferried hotel guests back and forth. A beautiful clubhouse was completed in 1930 built in a French Chateau style with Tudor Revival touches that matched the motto of Home Smith’s company: “A bit of England - far from England.” (excerpt from Stanley Thompson and Icons of Canada).

 The name changed to St. George's G&CC in 1946 when the original agreement with the hotel expired. 

The Royal York Golf Club/St. George's Golf Club has been the site of many fascinating golf events over it's life span, first hosting the Canadian Open in 1933, the 1949, 1960, 1968, 2010 Opens were held at the club. Most recently Rory McIlroy won his second RBC Canadian Open title at St. George's last summer.  

Don't miss this opportunity to experience Stanley's work with other Society members. This is a rare treat for the Society. 

When: May 15, 2023

Who: 28 STS Members

Fee: $375 registration fee includes golf and cart

Guest Speaker: Rick Murray, archivist for St. George's G&C

Please note: We can't accomodate cancellations but we do allow substitutions if you are unable to use your registration. 

There is no competition or prizes for this event, although you are encouraged to play any game you like within your foursome that will maintain speed of play.