Etiquette
Compliance with the following rules is required of all members, their family members, and guests:

1. Replace all divots and press them down. Turf cut or displaced by a player must be replaced at once and pressed down with the foot.
2. Rake and smooth bunkers immediately after use to remove footprints and depressions. Rakes are to be left outside of the bunker as much as possible and out of play.
3. Repair ball marks on putting surfaces immediately upon reaching the green.
4. You must allow faster players to play through.
5. Do not stand close or directly behind a player when the player is making a stroke.
6. In a match, the player who has the honor should be allowed to play before his opponent tees his ball. In all other play, making sure other players are not at risk, play "Ready Golf" to keep the pace of play moving.
7. No player should play from a tee until the players in front have played their second strokes and are out of range, nor play up to any putting green, until the players on the green have holed out and moved off of the green.
8. Players who have holed out should promptly leave the putting green.
9. Players looking for a lost ball should immediately invite the match behind them to pass through. They should signal to the players following to pass and having given such a signal should not continue playing until those following have passed and are out of range.
10. Any player throwing a golf club during play, or any behavior unbecoming a player will be subject to censure, and possible suspension of golf privileges.


Cart Rules

The use of a riding golf cart on the course obligates the user to obey the following cart rules adn regulations:

1. Stay off fairway from cart exit signs to greens.
2. Stay off tees and their graded approaches.
3. Stay to outer side of bunkers.
4. Stay off wet and soft turf areas.
5. Cart paths are to be used, where available, especially when wet conditions exist.
6. Carts are to avoid roped areas and follwo directional signage.
7. No more than two riders per cart.
8. Any junior, 18 and over, with a valid driver's license, may operate a cart unaccompanied.
9. Any junior, under 18, with a valid driver's license, may operate a cart only in the company of his/her parent.
10. No junior under 16 may operate a cart at any time.
11. Members may not use their own carts, weather pull carts, or motorized.

1.  GENERAL POLICY: A dress code is essential to assure each member a cordial atmosphere  to entertain friends and family while showing other members a comparable level of respect.  All members, their families, guests and other persons shall, at all times, be properly and completely attired and groomed so as to maintain the dignity and decorum of the Club.  .

 

2.  CLUBHOUSE ATTIRE: members, their families, guests and other persons shall adhere to the

following dress requirements.

 

A.       Bermuda shorts are permissible only in the Grill and Men’s and Ladies’ Card Rooms.

B.       Minimum proper evening attire for men in the Dining Room shall include a dress shirt or collared shirt and slacks.

C.       Bathing suits, bathrobes, barefeet and other pool apparel are not permitted in the clubhouse except in the locker rooms.

D.       Spiked shoes are not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse, except in the Locker Rooms, Men’s Card Room and Grill and Bar area.

E.       Hats and visors should be removed prior to entering the clubhouse except locker rooms.

 

F.        Halter and tank tops, tube tops, cutoffs, short shorts, gym or jogging shorts, sweat shirts and sweat pants, tee shirts are not permitted in the clubhouse, except in the locker room.  Blue jeans of designer quality and only in good condition are permitted in the clubhouse.

G.       Robes, beach jackets or tops must be worn to and from the pool area.  A towel, in lieu of a robe, jacket or top, is not acceptable.

H.       Exceptions:  Planned functions organized by the Entertainment Committee for unique events, e.g., costume parties, hayrides etc.

I.         Children over the age of 10 are expected to adhere to the dress code.

 

Enforcement:  The General Manager is authorized to deny service to anyone improperly attired.  Members will not be embarrassed in front of friends and family, however they will be sent a letter from the board presuming the member was not aware of the Dress code.  Continued violation and disregard will face a loss of Club privileges as mandated by the Board.