Camelot Golf & Country Club (the “Club”) was created for the private use of its Members and their guests. With the right of membership comes the responsibility to respect fellow Members, guests, employees, and contractors working on the Club’s behalf.
The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to formally document the Clubs’ expected behaviours of our Members and their guests, and to establish a clear process for the resolution of Code violations. The Code applies to in-person as well as online interactions. It further applies to interactions outside the Club property, where a Member is representing the Club such as use of our reciprocal program, or representation of the Club at a golf event, meeting, or similar gathering.
Code of Conduct:
The Board of Governors shall set all policies and the Management of the Club shall be responsible for applying the standards pertaining to the conduct of Members, their guests, Club employees, and contractors. A principal element of the Code of Conduct is respect. Members and their guests are expected to:
- Respect fellow Camelot Members and their guests and treat them with courtesy and dignity. Acts of discrimination, harassment, abuse (verbal or physical), bullying, excessively loud and/or disrespectful gatherings or violence will not be tolerated.
- Respect Club staff. Camelot’s staff, our most valuable asset, expect to work in a safe environment, free of harassment and/or violence, and the Club has a legal duty to provide such an environment. Members and guests are expected to interact with staff in a courteous manner and to respect their efforts to provide their designated service. Harassment (verbal, physical, or sexual in nature) and/or intimidation will not be tolerated. Dissatisfaction with services provided must be reported to the respective supervisor, manager or the GM/COO as opposed to the staff member directly.
- Respect Club property. Members and their guests are expected to avoid damage to Club property (the course, equipment, facilities, or other Club property). Where damage occurs, every reasonable effort should be made to inform the Club as soon as possible. Any costs associated with repairs as a result of damage to Club property will be billed to the Member, including those made by their guests should we be unable to collect from their guest. This expectation extends to explicit attempts to damage the club’s reputation, either internally or externally.
Failure to meet these expectations may result in disciplinary action that could include loss of privileges, suspension of membership or expulsion from the Club, as authorized in the By-laws (section 4.7). Such discipline would be addressed per the terms of the Board approved disciplinary process.