Westmount Golf and Country Club

The Westmount Golf and Country Club is a private sports and country club located in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Its grounds span the municipal boundary with Waterloo. The club features golf, curling and tennis facilities.

The club was founded in 1929 by members of the Grand River Golf Club. The club was officially opened in 1931, and its golf course architect was Stanley Thompson. The curling facility was opened in 1963 and a tennis facility in 1977.


Major golf tournaments held at the Westmount have included the Canadian Open Golf Championship in 1957, the Canadian Ladies Open and Closed Championship in 1965, the Canadian Amateur Golf Championship in 1969, the Labatt's International Golf Classic for the C.P.G.A. in 1981, and the 1990 du Maurier Classic.


Westmount Golf and Country Club
Location50 Inverness Dr.
Kitchener, Ontario N2M 4Z9
Established1963 (curling)
Club typeDedicated ice
CCA regionOCA Zone 12
Sheets of iceSix
Rock coloursRed and Yellow         

The Westmount Club has been home to many provincial champions:

The Club hosted the 2007 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship.


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