2018 Inspirational Tournament


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Recognized as one of Canada's Top 100 Golf Courses
by SCOREGolf Magazine, Rideau View provides golfers with a challenging yet fair test of golf,
set within an oasis of rural tranquility.

A well manicured championship golf course with rolling terrain and spectacular vistas, Rideau View offers a peaceful atmosphere surrounded by nature.

With six sets of tees ranging from 4,970 yards to 7,000 yards, the course is playable for golfers of all skill levels.

For the past 10 years, Rideau View has retained the services of noted Canadian golf architect, Ian Andrew, to oversee and advise on both minor and major projects to continually improve the golf course each and every year.

Hole 1

A reasonably short par 5, the "opener" plays into the prevailing wind, with a tee shot shaped by two fairway bunkers on the left side. The landing area for the second shot is highlighted with a cross-bunker 90 yards from this very small green.


Black: 524 yards
Blue: 505 yards
White: 491 yards
Green: 469 yards
Red: 412 yards
Gold: 412 yards

Video Tour

Hole One Video Tour Link

Hole 2

A short par 4 that turns slightly left. Challenging the two large fairway bunkers on the left will leave a short iron to the green.


Black: 385 yards
Blue: 360 yards
White: 333 yards
Green: 304 yards
Red: 304 yards
Gold: 304 yards

Video Tour

Hole Two Video Tour Link

Hole 3

Two bunkers define the end of the landing area for your tee shot on this sharp dogleg right. A severely sloping green puts a premium on keeping the ball under the hole. A two-putt is good!


Black: 395 yards
Blue: 372 yards
White: 352 yards
Green: 331 yards
Red: 331 yards
Gold: 278 yards

Video Tour

Hole Three Video Tour Link

Hole 4

A straight-up par 3 requiring a short to mid iron shot. The prevailing crosswind can add some surprises with a hidden bunker on the right.


Black: 161 yards
Blue: 152 yards
White: 138 yards
Green: 127 yards
Red: 127 yards
Gold: 127 yards

Video Tour

Hole Four Video Tour Link

Hole 5

This strong par 4 requires length and accuracy off the tee. Fairway bunkers protect a hazard on the left and out-of-bounds runs the length of the hole on the right. Getting to the green requires a precise long iron or fairway wood into the prevailing wind.


Black: 446 yards
Blue: 416 yards
White: 379 yards
Green: 335 yards
Red: 295 yards
Gold: 295 yards

Video Tour

Hole Five Video Tour Link

Hole 6

218 from the back tees, this par 3 has a pond that protects the front of the green. This hole's biggest challenge can be negotiating a difficult-to-read green.


Black: 218 yards
Blue: 166 yards
White: 152 yards
Green: 114 yards
Red: 114 yards
Gold: 114 yards

Video Tour

Hole Six Video Tour Link

Hole 7

A great dogleg right with an elevated back tee that provides a great view. Two large fairway bunkers protect the inside of the dogleg. A very small green is protected by two large greenside bunkers and out-of-bounds behind.


Black: 437 yards
Blue: 373 yards
White: 350 yards
Green: 302 yards
Red: 302 yards
Gold: 252 yards

Video Tour

Hole Seven Video Tour Link

Hole 8

A slight uphill par 4, the landing area narrows considerably at the fairway bunkers, requiring a precise tee shot. A bunker hides the left side of the green - a very tricky green awaits!


Black: 389 yards
Blue: 374 yards
White: 362 yards
Green: 245 yards
Red: 293 yards
Gold: 293 yards

Video Tour

Hole Eight Video Tour Link

Hole 9

One of Rideau View's signature holes, #9 made the "toughest 18 holes on the Canadian Tour" in 1995. A difficult driving hole from an elevated tee, includes three well-positioned fairway bunkers. A deceptively uphill approach shot requires extreme precision to a green which some would say is diabolical. Par is a great score here!


Black: 383 yards
Blue: 367 yards
White: 353 yards
Green: 336 yards
Red: 336 yards
Gold: 287 yards

Video Tour

Hole Nine Video Tour Link

Hole 10

A soft opening hole to the back 9, #10 plays downwind to a fairly flat green. Long hitters can reach this par 5 with a mid to long iron. Eagle is a possibility - unless one of the two deep greenside bunkers catches your approach shot.


Black: 492 yards
Blue: 471 yards
White: 465 yards
Green: 440 yards
Red: 428 yards
Gold: 428 yards

Video Tour

Hole Ten Video Tour Link

Hole 11

This hole is generally regarded as our most elusive par. The green is well protected by sand and the tee shot is typically played into a crosswind from the left. Par is always a good score here. #11 starts a stretch of six holes where par will be a challenge!


Black: 197 yards
Blue: 184 yards
White: 170 yards
Green: 156 yards
Red: 142 yards
Gold: 142 yards

Video Tour

Hole Eleven Video Tour Link

Hole 12

#12 requires a well placed drive to avoid the bunker right and a challenging lie in the rough left. The approach shot then plays uphill to a green with very subtle breaks that are a challenge to read.


Black: 421 yards
Blue: 366 yards
White: 327 yards
Green: 321 yards
Red: 321 yards
Gold: 275 yards

Video Tour

Hole Twelve Video Tour Link

Hole 13

A very generous fairway is deceptively guarded by a lateral hazard left and a well-placed fairway bunker right. Even long hitters will be left with a long approach shot to a small elevated green with deep bunkers left and front right.


Black: 426 yards
Blue: 407 yards
White: 395 yards
Green: 381 yards
Red: 381 yards
Gold: 381 yards

Video Tour

Hole Thirteen Video Tour Link

Hole 14

Another long par 4 with two fairway bunkers on the right. Even if it is playing downwind, the well-protected elevated green requires a precise mid to long iron approach shot.


Black: 420 yards
Blue: 404 yards
White: 388 yards
Green: 346 yards
Red: 306 yards
Gold: 306 yards

Video Tour

Hole Fourteen Video Tour Link

Hole 15

Club selection on this par 3 is key, as the tee shot is played from an elevated tee, across the valley into the prevailing wind.


Black: 185 yards
Blue: 174 yards
White: 153 yards
Green: 138 yards
Red: 138 yards
Gold: 95 yards

Video Tour

Hole Fifteen Video Tour Link

Hole 16

Rideau View's longest par 5. The tee shot must carry a creek crossing the fairway - the further left the drive, the longer the carry. The second shot normally requires a layup to a second creek. Longer hitters may attempt to carry the creek, leaving a short pitch shot to a green protected by three bunkers.


Black: 572 yards
Blue: 549 yards
White: 503 yards
Green: 467 yards
Red: 422 yards
Gold: 422 yards

Video Tour

Hole Sixteen Video Tour Link

Hole 17

The shortest par 4 on the back 9 still requires a well-placed tee shot to a well-bunkered fairway. A short iron approach to a deceptively flat green provides an excellent birdie opportunity.


Black: 377 yards
Blue: 343 yards
White: 302 yards
Green: 302 yards
Red: 255 yards
Gold: 255 yards

Video Tour

Hole Seventeen Video Tour Link

Hole 18

The closing hole is a straightaway par 5 to an elevated green backed by the patios and clubhouse. A short iron approach shot to the smallest green on the golf course requires precision to avoid the spectacular hillside bunkering on the right and the left.


Black: 585 yards
Blue: 507 yards
White: 484 yards
Green: 416 yards
Red: 416 yards
Gold: 403 yards

Video Tour

Hole Eightteen Video Tour Link

Reciprocal Privileges

Membership at Rideau View includes the benefit of reciprocal golf privileges at a number of private clubs in Canada. Please refer to our reciprocal privileges document for a list of the golf clubs.

Please note that a request must be submitted via email prior to your visit. All requests should be submitted to our Head Golf Professional, Paul Sherratt, at


The members of Rideau View and their guests have the benefit of a great practice facility to work on their game:

The Practice Facility has five distinct specialty areas:

  • 7,500 sq ft Putting Green,

  • Chipping Area

  • Driving Range

  • Pitching Range

  • Practice bunker for both greenside and fairway bunker shots.

Located directly in front of the Pro Shop and only steps from the 1st and 10th tees, the facility provides outstanding convenience for a pregame warm up, or for complete practice of all aspects of the game of golf.



Vision 2020 represents our long-term goal which will be achieved upon one of our High Performance players representing Canada in the Summer Olympics.

- Matt Robinson, Director of Instruction and Program Development

Statistically, the average Olympic athlete reaches the world stage after a 10-year/10000 hour commitment to excellence. In 2010 the concept of Vision 2020 was born. We will utilize the tools, information and Best Practices we have adopted from world leaders in Long Term Athletic Development to nurture the athlete and provide them with the guidance, support and environment where they can truly test their individual athletic and personal potential.

Vision 2020 includes programs and coaching tracks for both Juniors and Adults, males and females, novices and internationally competitive athletes. Regardless of YOUR personal goals and ambitions there is a coaching track that is designed for YOU to attain and fulfill YOUR goals.

It is interesting to note that the Robinson/Sherratt long standing approach to Junior Golf development has paralleled many of the philosophies that have only recently come to light through the latest research. Industry leaders have gathered data and findings over the last ten years from experts around the world in diverse fields which have only now quantified our approach. Our instincts were correct.


contact Matt Robinson at:


The Vision 2020 Adult Clinics will focus on key fundamentals such as grip, alignment, ball position and posture. We will encourage our students to gain an understanding of the right set up for them in all facets of the game including chipping, pitching, putting, sand play and of course, the full swing. We begin each clinic with "The Completion Drill" which is a holistic way to learn the golf swing in one simple step. Within clinics, or minutes, you will have developed a natural and balanced swing.

The Vision 2020 Adult Clinics serve as great introduction to the game of golf for the adult looking for a refresher course as well as picking up a club for the first time. We will introduce you to the methods and tactics we feel provide the best learning experience and also explain how our various adult specific programs could benefit you and your game.

The Vision 2020 Adult Clinics are free of charge and take place Wednesday mornings from 11:00am to 12:00pm during May and June.

2018 Dates: May 23, May 30, June 6, June 13, June 20, June 27
Rain or Shine - No Make Ups.


The Vision 2020 Practice Club is designed for the developing player looking to improve their shot making skills and tactics ON the course. We encourage the player to discover the necessary shot making skills to play creative golf by experiencing the situations ON the course. There is particular emphasis on the short game and its importance to scoring. The player will also gain an understanding of mental skills and disciplines to play their best under any condition.

The Vision 2020 Practice Club meets Wednesday mornings at 8:30am to 10:00am during May and June

2018 Dates: May 23, May 30, June 6, June 13, June 20, June 27.

2018 Fee: $299

Register with Matt Robinson.


These intensive 1-day camps for participants have a 3:1 student/coach ratio. A TPI fitness screen is included in our morning session. The rest of the morning training session will focus on key fundamentals in the full swing as well as understanding ideal technique in all facets of the short game. All participants will have a swing analysis on the TRACKMAN Performance Studio. After lunch and a warm up we will proceed to the golf course to play 9 holes. Each gentleman will be provided with an assessment of their game in report form and at day's end will have an understanding of the type of training required to take their game to the next level.

The Vision 2020 Mens's Camp meets Tuesdays 9:30am to 3:00pm.

2018 Dates:

CAMP #1: May 15th

CAMP #2: May 22nd

CAMP #3: May 29th

2018 Fee: $299/camp

Register with Matt Robinson.


These intensive 1-day camps for participants have a 3:1 student/coach ratio. A morning training session will focus on a Mobility/Stability fitness screen and its effect on the golf swing, key fundamentals in the full swing, as well as understanding ideal technique in all facets of the short game. All participants will have access to the TRACKMAN Performance Studio. After lunch and a warm up, we will proceed to the golf course to play 9 holes. Each gentleman will be provided with an assessment of their game in report form and at day's end will have an understanding of the type of training required to take their game to the next level.

The Vision 2020 Ladies' Camp meets Mondays 9:30am to 3:00pm.

2018 Dates:

CAMP 1 - May 28th

CAMP 2 - June 4th

CAMP 3 - June 11th

CAMP 4 - June 18th

CAMP 5 - June 25th

2018 Fee: $299/camp

Register with Matt Robinson.


The Vision 2020 Junior Clinics serve as a great introduction to the game of golf for your child. Paul Sherratt will host a presentation at 3:00pm on May 19th that introduces parents to the methods and tactics we feel provide the best learning environment for the child. This presentation to parents is an important step in understanding the Vision 2020 Junior Program. Our staff will introduce your child to the game of golf through the form of active play. The swing is learned in a one step manner as we begin each clinic with "The Completion Drill." Within clinics, or, minutes, your child will have developed the early forms of their own "Olympian" swing

The Junior Clinics are free of charge (which encourages a donation in kind to CHEO) and take place on May 19, May 26, June 2, June 9, June 16, June 23

Group 1 - 3:00pm to 3:50pm

Group 2 - 4:00pm to 4:50pm

Clinics are administered via Team Snap - Groups are assigned due to demand - Siblings are always grouped together.

Register with Matt Robinson


Junior Camp July 3-6 - Register Early!!

Additional Camps

‘Girls Only’ Camp July 24-27
(Limited to 10 participants)
Fee: $400 +HST

Junior Camp August 14-17
(Limited to 10 participants)
Fee: $400 +HST

In our popular Junior Golf Camp, the morning training sessions focus on learning key swing fundamentals through games and active play. During the afternoons, each participant will have the opportunity to play at least 9 holes of golf each day on our golf course. Each participant will play with one of our professionals at least once during the week.

Register with Matt Robinson


The Girls Club program meets once a week throughout the season where the focus is a hybrid between further developing Fundamental Movement Skills and the beginnings of acquiring Golf Specific skills. The environment of Girls Only is meant to be a safe place to learn, experiment, meet like minded girls, and hopefully to develop friendships/playing partners for years to come.

Tuesdays 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Spring Session - June 5, June 12, June 19, June 26

Summer Session I - July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31

Summer Session II - August 7, August 14, August 21, August 28

Fall Session - September 4, September, 11, September, 18, September 25

Fee: $85/Session

Register with Matt Robinson


The Vision 2020 Early Athlete focuses on Fundamental Movement Skills. The goals of the program are to nurture a love for the game of golf, embrace the principles it teaches, and for the game of golf to be involved in the students' lives long term - as a recreational golfer, competitive golfer, or perhaps, a future Olympian. This program is ideal to develop competency of Striking, Jumping, Throwing, Spatial Awareness, Balance, Skipping and Hopping skills and furthering the confidence in themselves to acquire new golf skills.

Summer Session I - Mondays - June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23

Summer Session II - Mondays - July 30, August 6, August 13, August 20, August 27

Fee: $99/Session

Register with Matt Robinson


This Peak Coaching Program is designed for the developing player looking to play competitive golf. It is an athlete-centered program that encourages the player to discover the necessary shot making skills to play creative golf. The player will gain an understanding of mental skills and disciplines to play their best under tournament conditions. An examination of the basic rules of golf, 2 hours of weekly on-course training, 1 hour weekly supervised practice sessions, tournament evaluation, on-going equipment testing and state of the art Video/Ball Flight analysis (TRACKMAN) are encompassed to sufficiently support the new competitive golfer. Graduates of PEAK have experienced early success in competitive golf. The PEAK Program meets twice per week, throughout the season.

Enrolment is extremely limited and all applicants require an interview to determine their placement in PEAK #1 or PEAK #2.

PEAK #1 - May/June: Tuesdays
5:30pm to 7:30pm
1pm to 2:30pm
  July/August: Tuesdays
8:00am to 10:00am
10:00am to 11:00am
PEAK #2 - May/June: Thursdays
5:30pm to 7:30pm
1pm to 2:30pm
  July/August Tuesdays
10:00am to 11:00am
8:00am to 10:00am

Register with Matt Robinson


The Annual Coaching Program is a 10-month goal driven program that encompasses all facets of the game including swing technique and mechanics, fitness, equipment evaluations, and in depth statistical analysis of short game proficiency. This program has been designed for those who are truly committed to self improvement and have the desire to be a nationally competitive athlete. Athletes will have group sessions as well as a personalized program tailored to their individual needs. ENROLLMENT IN THIS PROGRAM IS FULL FOR 2018. 2019 season player/family interviews to take place in September 2018.

Register with Matt Robinson


The Perfect Venue, The Perfect Result

In addition to golf, Rideau View members and their guests have an opportunity to have a pre-game meal or relax after a round in one of our four dining facilities:

  • Enjoy the view looking down the 18th hole from our 60-seat, two tiered patio
  • Cozy up to the bar or settle into a comfortable chair in our new pub, overlooking the 9th green
  • Have a quick sandwich or a 5-course gourmet meal in our main dining room, overlooking the patios and 18th hole
  • Book a romantic meal for two or a family celebration in our private dining room

WOW WOW WOW - Richard and I really do not know what else to say to you and your amazing staff with regards to our wedding. Right from the beginning you made me feel super comfortable and confident in the facility and your staff. You were more than patient with all the questions and visits. Hats off to CHEF - she ROCKS! To be honest the best part was I did not worry about a thing. You guys took care of everything. Little details like the candles, filling the candy bar, asking if the kids needed different meals. Kristie even straightened my dress train out as I was making my entrance - seriously - you guys are ridiculous! I never really had dreams of what my wedding would look like, but I know this is even better than anything I could have possibly imagined. Seriously, amazing! A BIG HUGE MASSIVE THANK YOU!

- Linda & Richard

I want to thank Jason, Chef Stef and the staff last night for doing an amazing job in helping us celebrate my wife's special birthday. My guests raved about the food, the level of service and the overall professionalism of the entire staff. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated staff at our club and I wouldn't hesitate to host another function at our club.

- David Resnick

I wanted to commit in writing my sincere praise for Jason and his staff for the role they played in making the day so eventful. Given the ceremony was held outside on the patio, with the guests seated to look down the 18th fairway, the setting was spectacular. Warm sunshine, colorful trees, green manicured lawns and fairways. The interior seating and decor (for about 150 guests) was smartly designed. The meal was delicious. Very delicious. The servers and bar staff, all friendly and efficient. Jason, worked with Lydia and the wedding planner for weeks leading up to the event. He was most helpful, very accommodating, with terrific ideas and suggestions. It could not have been any better. The compliments from the guests throughout the evening echoed the same. Several in fact, saying it was the best wedding celebration they had ever attended.

In keeping with Blue Jays excitement, Jason hit a walk-off home run, to the delight of all in attendance. We are most appreciative to Jason (and his staff) in helping make this important event so memorable.

- Brian Stanton

Facility Rentals

Rideau View Golf Club is an ideal choice for weddings, personal celebrations, corporate banquets, business meetings and trade shows.

From cocktail parties to barbecues to multi-course gourmet meals with wine pairings, Rideau View can do it all.

  • Our Fallen Oak pub seats 60ppl with an amazing atmosphere
  • Two exterior greenside patios provide stellar views down the 18th fairway
  • The Turret Room is perfect for a business meeting or a private dinner looking over our 18th green
  • The View Clubhouse is an excellent venue for large events and weddings




We take pride in Rideau View being first and foremost a “Golfers’ Golf Club.” The golf course, game improvement facilities and instructional programs are our top priority. They have been created to enable all members to enjoy the game of golf, whether they are juniors getting their first taste of the game, seasoned competitive veterans, or families.

Consistent with our goal to be the top golf experience in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec, Rideau View allocates close to $1 million annually for maintenance and improvements to our golf course and practice facilities. Under the watchful eyes of Gord MacMillan, our Course Superintendent for almost 30 years, and consulting golf architect Ian Andrew, Rideau View has earned a coveted place in SCOREGolf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in Canada!

A big part of enjoying the game for many golfers is working on their game and improving. Paul Sherratt (Head Professional), Matt Robinson (Director of Instruction and Program Development), and Tim Sewter (Assistant Professional), have designed a full suite of game improvement programs for juniors, adults and families. Six years ago, Rideau View invested in a $250,000 state-of-the-art Teaching and Club Fitting Centre to give Paul and his staff the tools necessary for a first-class learning experience.

While golf is our priority, being a part of the Rideau View community also means the opportunity to enjoy social activities every month throughout the season, including our popular Saturday Nine & Dines, mixed golf/dinner events, themed dinners, like our Beer/Wine Food Pairing Evening, and much more.

The cornerstone of our social activities and clubhouse experience is our Food & Beverage team, led by Taylor Kohlman, our Clubhouse Manager, and Head Chef Tyler MacLeod. Their creations range from tasty classics to imaginative offerings that would please any foodie.

At Rideau View, we understand many golfers in their 20s, 30s and 40s have busy schedules and financial demands that can stress personal and family budgets. Tuition, summer jobs, embarking on new careers, buying homes and growing families can all impact the ability to afford recreational activities such as golf.

In recognition of this reality, we introduced two creative concepts to our membership structure two years ago.

First, we created a group of new Family categories to provide parents the chance to golf with their kids and enjoy learning the game together. The Family categories have three tiers for the parents to satisfy a range of golfing needs. Regardless of the Family category, Junior members play for free.

As a result, Family memberships have increased to more than 35 families over the past two years: that works out to 70 parents and 66 juniors!

Second, we created a progressive dues schedule with small, easily absorbed increments each year, from our Junior membership through age 46 in our Senior category. Without the worry of a large increase of thousands of dollars in any given year or over a short period, this makes financial planning for membership at a top tier private golf club much easier to incorporate into your personal budget.

More than 130 Intermediates at Rideau View are already taking advantage of this member-friendly feature which allows them to make membership at one of Canada’s top private clubs a reality.

I firmly believe if you take the time to experience firsthand what Rideau View has to offer, you will understand why our members are so proud to be part of a welcoming community built on the foundation of a first class, immaculately maintained golf course.

Come by the club and allow me to take you on a personal tour of #rideauviewlife and explore our various membership options that could make Rideau View a part of your life.

Please contact me to arrange your tour.

Steve Ducat
General Manager
Rideau View Golf Club
613-692-3442 x102


As you may know, Rideau View is first and foremost a "Golfers' Golf Club". The golf course and practice facilities are our top priority. The golf course is currently rated #81 in Canada by SCOREGolf Magazine, #70 in Canada by Canadian Golf Magazine and #34 in Ontario by the Ontario Professional Golfers Association. Three years ago, we completed construction of a new, state-of-the-art Teaching and Club Fitting Centre to facilitate the many coaching programs provided by our award-winning golf professionals.

We are also recognized as having one of the leading Junior Golf programs in the country.




Be a welcoming golf club where members have the opportunity to:

  • Play an exceptional golf course that can be enjoyed by all skill levels,
  • Foster family and social relationships through golf,
  • Improve their game, and
  • Enjoy the camaraderie of their fellow members in a comfortable and casual environment.
  • We will take pride in having a welcoming atmosphere — respectful, comfortable, safe, and enjoyable for our members, employees and guests.
  • We will provide a positive golf experience.
  • We value strong financial management and will maintain a solid financial position for the long term.
  • The club will be recognized as having one of the top 100 golf courses in Canada by preserving its challenging nature and high level of conditioning, set within an oasis of rural tranquility.
  • Our Junior program will continue to advance the benchmark by which all other junior programs in Canada are measured.
  • We will be stewards of the environment and will take a leadership role in understanding, influencing and implementing sound environmental practices.
  • We will have the highest level of member satisfaction in all categories.
  • We will provide a great work environment and treat each other with respect and dignity.



On October 23, 1955 a group of 20 golf enthusiasts met in Ottawa at the home of Jack Snow, to discuss building a golf club for the Jewish community. Several more “parlour” meetings took place, and on September 18, 1956 the first annual general meeting of the Rideau View Country Club took place. At that historic meeting, 66 men made the formal decision to build a golf club. A ladies’ association was established in 1957.

Several committees were formed and swung into operation. A 200-acre parcel of land near Manotick, Ontario was purchased, and several prominent businessmen volunteered their time, expertise and business acumen to make the venture a success. Charter members were those who joined before August 1, 1957.


2012 SCOREGolf Top 100 Award
2013 Top 100 Award from the new CANADIAN GOLF MAGAZINE


2007 Ottawa PGA Junior Leader of the Year
2011 Ottawa PGA Teacher of the Year
2012 CHEO Foundation 'Order of the Good Bear' Recipient
2012 Ottawa PGA Junior Leader of the Year


1990 Score Award - Canada's Top Golf Professional
1995 Score Award - Canada's Top Golf Professional
1998 Ottawa PGA Teacher of the Year
1999-2000 President, Canadian PGA
2000 Ottawa PGA Merchandiser of the Year
2003 Ottawa PGA Junior Leader of the Year
2005 Ottawa PGA Junior Leader of the Year
2005 Jack McLaughlin Award, Canada's top Junior Leader/Coach
2012 Ottawa PGA Club Pro of the Year


Rideau View Golf Club is committed to excellence in serving all customers including people with disabilities and to ensure persons with disabilities are given an opportunity equal to that given to others.

Assistive devices

Rideau View Golf Club will ensure affected staff is trained and familiar with various “assistive” devices that may be used by customers with disabilities while accessing our goods or services.


We will communicate with people with disabilities in ways that take into account their disability. When employees are unsure about the best approach they are encouraged to ask the person politely and not assume how they can best communicate with them.

Service animals

Rideau View Golf Club welcomes people with disabilities and their service animals. Service animals are allowed in all areas that are open to the public.

Support persons

A person with a disability who is accompanied by a support person will be allowed to have that person accompany them on our premises.

Notice of temporary disruption

In the event of a planned or unexpected disruption to services or facilities for customers with disabilities, Rideau View Golf Club will notify customers promptly. This clearly posted notice will include information about the reason for the disruption, its anticipated length of time, and a description of alternative facilities or services, if available.

The notice will be placed at the entrance to Rideau View Golf.

Feedback process

Customers who wish to provide feedback on the way Rideau View Golf Club provides goods and services to people with disabilities can verbally discuss their concerns or send an email to any Rideau View Golf Club employee. All feedback will be directed to the Clubhouse Manager (Steve Ducat,) and can expect to hear back within two business days. Complaints will be addressed according to Rideau View Golf Club’s regular complaint management procedures (Click here for the feedback form).

Modifications to this or other policies

Any policy of Rideau View Golf Club that does not respect and promote the dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity of people with disabilities will be modified or removed.

Notice of availability of documents

A copy of Rideau View Golf Club’s Accessible Customer Service Plan shall be made available to persons with a disability upon request.

Format of documents

Copies of documents or the information contained within a document provided to a person with a disability shall be provided in a format that takes into account the person’s disability.


Attire on and off the golf course should be of acceptable, smart casual style. Acceptable attire on the golf course includes:

  • Short or long sleeve golf shirt with collar
  • Golf shirts may be worn untucked, if they have a finished hem that is the same length front and back
  • Sleeveless golf shirt with collar (women only)
  • Collarless golf shirt with sleeves (women only)
  • Short or long sleeve mock neck shirts
  • Regular length golf slacks
  • Golf shorts of an appropriate length
  • Cargo shorts and cargo pants
  • Golf skirts of an appropriate length
  • Sockettes with shorts or skirts

Smart casual and clean denim are acceptable in all areas of the Clubhouse. If you have any questions or uncertainty concerning the Dress Code, please ask the member who is bringing you to our club.


General Manager:
Steve Ducat
Telephone: 613.692-3442, Ext. 102
Email: gm@rideauview.com

Head Professional:
Paul Sherratt
Telephone: 613.692-3442, Ext. 103
Email: paulsherratt@rideauview.com

Course Superintendent:
Gordon MacMillan
Telephone: 613.692-3477
Email: gmacmillan@rideauview.com

F&B/Clubhouse Manager
Taylor Kohlman,
Telephone: 613.692.3442 ext 112
Email: fb@rideauview.com
Twitter: @rideauviewgolf

Director of Instruction & Program Development:
Matt Robinson
Telephone: 613.692-3442, Ext. 140
Email: mattyray1@gmail.com

Assistant Superintendent:
Greg Quinn
Telephone: 613.692.3477
Email: gquinn@rideauview.com

Accounts Manager:
Andrea Barnum
Telephone: 613.692-3442, Ext. 101
Email: admin@rideauview.com

Apprentice Professional:
Tim Sewter
Telephone: 613.692-3442, Ext. 140
Email: timsewter@rideauview.com

Chief Mechanic:
Will Piper
Telephone: 613.692.3477
Email: wpiper@rideauview.com

Head Chef:
Tyler MacLeod
Telephone: 613.692.3442,
Email: chef@rideauview.com

Pro Shop Accounts:
John Cummings
Telephone: 613.692-3442, Ext. 140
Email: johncummings@rideauview.com

Nikki Ropars
Telephone: 613.692.3477
Email: nropars@rideauview.com

RIDEAU VIEW STARTER – 613-692-1021


 6044 Rideau Valley Dr N, Manotick, ON K4M 1B3