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Sport Info

What you need to know about Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club Curling:

# of players on the ice

4 players (no gender requirement, however we strongly encourage co-ed teams).

A team can play with 3 players.

Suggested roster/individuals roster size

4-5 players


The Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club provides brooms. There are a few grippers/sliders on-site, but there is no guarantee they will always be available.

All players are responsible for bringing CLEAN indoor shoes. Boots and outdoor shoes are not acceptable and players will not be allowed on the ice.

Proper Club attire is required. Click here to see the Club's Dress Code.

If curlers are interested in purchasing Curling gear, Duck Curling is our supplier of choice. They operate out of The Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club.   

If you are interested in a Learn to Curl League please contact Bill Duck (Curling Coordinator & Head Ice Technician) at or 613-736-1355.              

Additional league information

All teams receive:

  • An OSSC key tag which gives you access to discounts and deals from our amazing sponsors and partners around town! See all the deals!
  • An invitation to the OSSC end of season party. 


At the Wrap Party, winning teams in each pool and division will receive:

  • A personalized team trophy
  • OSSC champion team t-shirts!



Please refer to the sport rules page to view league rules.  It is the responsibility of all players to read and understand the sport specific rules as well as the general rules & club policies.

Score & Spirit Point Reporting

  • Game Scores (account for 75% of total points): Team captains are responsible for reporting the scores after your game by logging into your player profile and clicking on ‘My Team’ tab and selecting ‘Report Score/Spirit Points’.  Teams have a 48 hour window to report scores after the completion of the game.  Please be timely with your score reporting so league standings can remain updated for playoff positioning.
  • Spirit Points (account for 25% of total points): Spirit points are awarded to a team from their opponent after each game to encourage sportsmanship, honesty, integrity and fair play.  For more information and how to properly award spirit points, please see our section ‘All About Spirit Points’.


Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club: 1 Hunt Club Road.