Appropriate attire and grooming by Members and their guests is required in order to enhance the enjoyment of the Club for all Members. Members are responsible to see that their guests are aware of and follow the Dress Code. Members should realize that it is not possible to stipulate the exact type of clothing which is appropriate, but rather agree to abide by the spirit of this code.
Acceptable country club casual attire is to be worn in the clubhouse. The Clubhouse dress code also permits members, renters and their guests to wear appropriate denim for lunch and dinner while dining on the terrace and in the bar only. Certain occasions may have specific dress requirements and these will be announced in advance. Gentlemen shall not wear hats while seated in the clubhouse unless necessary for medical reasons. Jackets for gentlemen are optional (not required)on Wednesday. Sundays are Casual dinners.
Conventional golf attire is required on the golf course. Shoes must be soft spiked or spikeless. The Director of Golf and his staff has the authority to determine the appropriateness of golfing attire and will refuse access to the golf course for non-compliance. Metal spikes are not allowed.
Shirts must have collars or mock collars, sleeves and should be tucked in at all times. Exception: shirts designed to be worn outside must be banded or without shirttails. Slacks and shorts must be tailored. Caps must be worn with the bill forward.
Golf skirts and shorts are allowed with a maximum of 4" from top of knee to bottom of garment. Slacks and blouses must be worn tucked in unless designed to be worn outside; banded or with no shirttails.
Prohibited Attire on the Course
Denim, cut-offs, tennis or jogging shorts, work-type pants, tee shirts, tank tops, tube tops, crop tops exposing the midriff, tops with straps narrower than 1-1/2" , strapless tops, bathing suits, bare feet, sweat pants, jersey shorts, cargo shorts, or cargo pants will not be allowed in the clubhouse or on the golf course.
Attire for boys and girls is the same as noted above for ladies and gentlemen.
Spirit of the Game
Unlike many sports, golf is played, for the most part, without the supervision of a referee or umpire. The game relies on the integrity of the individual to show consideration for other players and to abide by the rules. All players should conduct themselves in a disciplined manner, demonstrating courtesy and sportsmanship at all times, irrespective of how competitive they may be. This is the spirit of the game of golf.
Upon arrival, all members and guests are to register in the Golf Shop before the beginning of play.
Verbal cell phone use is permitted for emergencies only in the clubhouse and on the golf course. They may be used in the valet parking area.
RULES OF PLAY
Foursomes have priority. All play shall commence on the first tee and must be played in the correct rotation. Practice on the course is strictly prohibited and please obey all signs on the course. Range balls are prohibited on the course.
PACE OF PLAY
Approved playing time for the course is 3 hours and 20 minutes or less. Each group is expected to keep up with the group in front of them.Golf Staff monitor the pace of play. Slow groups will be asked to pick up their pace of play and /or asked to allow faster groups to play through.
Fairway monuments on Par 4’s are 110 yards to the center of the green.
Sprinkler heads are marked to the center of green.
Divots and Ball Marks: General Area, a player should ensure that any turf, cut or displaced by the player, should be replaced and/or filled with sand and seed bottles provided on carts. Also, any damage to the putting green made by the ball is to be carefully repaired immediately.
Before leaving a bunker, a player should fill up and smooth over all footprints, holes and ball marks. Rakes should remain inside of bunkers parallel to the line of play.
Conclusion: Penalties for Breach
- If players follow the guidelines in this Section, it will make the game more enjoyable for everyone.
- If a player consistently disregards these guidelines during a round or over a period of time to the detriment of others, it is recommended that the Committee consider taking appropriate disciplinary action against the offending player. Such action may, for example, include prohibiting play for a limited time on the course or in a certain number of competitions. This is considered to be justifiable in terms of protecting the interest of the majority of golfers who wish to play in accordance with these guidelines.
- In the case of a serious breach of Etiquette, the Committee may disqualify a player under Rule 33-7.