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Complete your Game in Comfort and Style

The 18,000 square-foot RRGC clubhouse is a modern facility that offers guests a fantastic view, exceptional service and quick snacks or fine dining courtesy of Head Chef Derek Thompson.

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The clubhouse features locker and shower facilities for members, a fully stocked golf shop, the Stanley Larkin Lounge, a 180-seat dining and banquet room, boardroom and meeting facilities, and administration offices.

Whether you’re looking for somewhere to relax after your round, or a place to host a large celebration or banquet, the Royal Regina Golf Club aims to exceed all expectations.

A History of Hospitality

Our dining room and Stanley Larkin Lounge are your dining room away from home. We offer a large menu of handmade items by Executive Chef Derek and his team. Whether you are looking for great food after your round, a place to meet friends, or host a lunch meeting, we have the facilities and food and drink selection to allow you to settle-in, relax and enjoy the home of golf in Saskatchewan.

Our clubhouse, dining room and the Stanley Larkin Lounge are open to the public all year round!  Bring your family and friends and enjoy our menu, weekly specials, the full bar, and reminisce!

Clubhouse Attire

Everyone is expected to dress tastefully in a manner appropriate for a semi-private golf club. Contemporary and fashionable attire is acceptable along with all attire deemed appropriate for the golf course. Clean and presentable tailored denim pants will be permitted for members and guests.

Gentleman shall remove golf hats, caps and visors when seating in the dining room or Stanley Larkin Lounge except when in transit through the clubhouse.

Women wearing a fashion hat as part of an outfit are permitted to wear these specific hats in the dining room or Stanley Larkin Lounge. Tank, halter, spaghetti or strapless dresses are acceptable in the clubhouse but not on the golf course, driving range or practice greens. This style of dress must be consistent with dining in good taste at the clubhouse.