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Curling has a historic connection to Brantford Golf and Country Club, first appearing at the club more than 50 years ago and remaining a key lure to this day. With some of the finest ice in Ontario, the six-sheet rink is attached to Brantford’s clubhouse, allowing members to utilize what is one of the best facilities of its kind.

Brantford offers curling for everyone, from novices to those interested in competitive leagues. A sport that can be played by everyone in a family regardless of age, Brantford offers men’s, women’s, mixed curling, and “light rock” offerings for juniors, ensuring that even elementary-age children can take up this sport of a lifetime.

Brantford’s curling services include instruction, leagues, ice rentals and equipment rentals to guarantee an unrivaled experience. And after the game, members can retire to the pub-like atmosphere of the Stoneview Lounge for a pint and a meal to discuss the nuances of the day.

Curling was first opened as a part of the facility completed in 1962, enabling the club's resolution to be a year-round operation.

It was the wish of a majority of the members that curling remain a part of the BGCC. To that end, before construction on the new facility began in 2002, the curling rink was carefully separated from the old clubhouse, then attached to the new as it was constructed.

Reputed to have some of the finest ice available, the six-sheet rink allows for several active divisions including both fun and competitive leagues.

This sport appeals to all ages and is gaining in popularity and is a true family sport. We offer novice to competitive leagues as well as light rock programs for juniors. Our Services include instruction, ice rentals and equipment availability to ensure that your experience is casual, fun and enjoyable.

Men’s, womens', and mixed groups curling all contribute to the cordial atmosphere of the Stoneview Curling Lounge. The purchase of little rocks has added a new dimension to the junior program.

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