The Club’s dress code applies to Members, their guests and all public participants whether in the Clubhouse, on the golf course or the practice range. It does not apply to visitors coming to conduct business with the General Manager or to guests who are attending a Social event which may have a special dress theme. Except on special occasions, the Club’s Professional Staff have been instructed to enforce the guidelines as set out by the Board of Directors.
MEN, JUNIOR & JR JR BOYS ~ NO DENIM OF ANY COLOR
Pants: Sweat pants, jogging pants, tights may not be worn.
Shorts: Shorts must have a minimum of mid thigh length. Shorts must have a tailored hem and belt loops. Beach, cycling shorts, spandex are not permitted.
Shirts: Collared shirts, turtlenecks, short long sleeved mocks turtlenecks for business dress or golf are acceptable. Crew neck shirts & T-shirts are not permitted.
Hats: Caps or visors should not be worn backwards and hats are to be removed when in the upstairs level of the clubhouse.
LADIES, JUNIOR & JR JR GIRLS ~ NO DENIM OF ANY COLOR
Pants: Sweat pants, jogging pants or tights may not be worn.
Shorts, Skirts and Skorts: Shorts, Skirts and Skorts must have a minimum of mid thigh length. Shorts must have a tailored hem. Beach shorts, cycling shorts or spandex are not permitted.
Shirts: Shirts must have either sleeves or a collar. Halter tops, tank tops, belly shirts are not permitted. T-shirts with golf/athletic branding are permitted.
Golf Guest Courtesies
CELL PHONES If you must use your cell phone, please do so discreetly and in a remote area so that others are not affected
SPEED OF PLAY
Our pace of play policy is based on the premise that a groups position on the course is behind the group in front, not in front of the group behind
Always be ready to play your shot. In social play, adopt the rule of “hit when ready”, having the regard for your fellow players safety. When on the green, line up your putt when others are putting. Mark you scorecard on the next green.
DIVOTS, BALL MARKS, and REPAIRS
Naturally, we expect players to replace divots, repair ball marks on the greens and rake the bunkers after playing their shots.
If adversity strikes and you need to find your ball, do not hesitate to signal the group behind to play through. Your observance of the regulations and courtesies is respectfully requested.
Pull carts should not be pulled between bunkers and grass. Power carts should not be taken within 30 feet of the perimeter of any green or 10 feet from the edge on any tee. Avoid, as much as possible, driving in soft ground or in the wheel marks of other carts, particularly on the first cut of the rough