General Attire – It is expected that members will choose to dress in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the setting of the Club. It is also expected that members will advise their guests of the dress requirements. The Club may publish dress requirements from time to time. Gentlemen and ladies are requested to dress in a fashion compatible with the appropriate occasion. Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times when on Club Facilities, other than at the swimming facilities. Bathing suits may only be worn in the pool areas. All other Club Facilities require appropriate cover-ups.
Golf Attire – Proper golf attire is required for all players. Proper attire shall mean the following:
This dress code is mandatory for all players. Improperly dressed golfers shall be asked to change before playing. If you are in doubt concerning your attire, please check with the golf shop before starting play. Tennis Attire – Proper tennis attire as determined by the golf shop is required at all times. Colors are permitted. Examples of attire not permitted are: T-shirts with graphic designs, undershirts, fishnet shirts, cut-offs, bermudas, jams, blue jeans, bathing suits, gym shorts, slacks and walking shorts. Regulation tennis shoes are required.
Guest privileges may be extended under the rules established by the Club from time to time. Although it is the intention of the Club to accommodate guests without inconvenience to the members, the Club reserves the right to limit the number of guests that accompany or are sponsored by a member. The Club shall establish from time to time the rate of the daily guest fees, charges and the rules and regulations for use of the Club Facilities by guests. Guest privileges may be denied, withdrawn or revoked at any time for reasons considered sufficient by the Club, in its sole and absolute discretion. The Club reserves the right, from time to time, to limit the availability of golf starting times for guests. The sponsoring member shall be responsible for all charges incurred by the guest. The sponsoring member is also responsible for the conduct of a guest while at the Club. If the manner, deportment or appearance of any guest is deemed to be unsatisfactory, the sponsoring member shall, at the request of the Club, cause such guest to leave the premises of the Club.
The hours of play and golf shop hours shall be posted in the golf shop. The golf shop shall determine when the golf course is fit for play.
Persons using the golf course should do their part to make a round of golf a pleasant experience for everyone at the Club. Here are some suggestions: