Guelph Bridge Club



Guelph Bridge Club is a non-profit, membership-run club serving the bridge needs of Guelph and surrounding communities.

LEARN, PLAY and ENJOY the many facets of the world's greatest card game!
We have games and lessons for players of all levels.

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We provide:
* Bright, comfortable facilities
* Guaranteed play
* ACBL Sanctioned games
* Hand Records
* Novice game
* Stress-free lessons
* Full accessibility
* Free parking
* Free hot beverages
* Lending library


To download a membership application form, please click here

Announcements
Learn Bridge in a Day?
          This workshop offers a one day introduction to bridge. If you would like more information or would like to register, please click here.
North American Pairs Qualifying Games
          Some of our games in July and August will be North American Pairs qualifying games. These games award 100% sectional rated half red/half black masterpoints. The NAP event has been a major ACBL pair championship since 1979 and was originally known as the Grand National Pairs. This grassroots event is staged in qualifying rounds at the club, unit and district levels. It culminates in a final held in conjunction with the 2017 Spring NABC, in Kansas City, Missouri. The contest is run as a flighted event: Flight A (Open), Flight B (fewer than 2500 masterpoints as of the June 2016 masterpoint cycle) and Flight C (Non-Life Master with fewer than 500 masterpoints as of June 2016). The dates for the NAP qualifying games at our club are: July 12, 15, 18, 27 and August 15, 24, 26, 30. There is an extra fee of $1 for these games. To see the list of qualifiers, please click here and select District 2.
Grand River/Guelph Team Challenge
          The second annual Grand River/Guelph team challenge will take place on Sat. Aug. 27, 2016 starting at 10 am. The event will take place at the Guelph Bridge Club. The Grand River Club will be organizing the event this year. Cost is $80 per team for 2 sessions, including lunch. Each club will be represented by 6 Open teams and 5 Non-Life Master teams. No member of a Non-Life Master team may be a Life Master or have over 500 MPs. To register your team, please click here.
Education Courses
          Information on the Fall 2016 education courses is now available here.