Members are responsible for all actions of their guests. Guests are required to follow all club rules in regards to dress code, soft spike policy, and all etiquette rules for the golf facility.
Members must register all guests in the Golf Shop prior to play (Name, Address, Email, Phone)
Any one individual may only play as a guest five (5) times in a calendar year.
Family guest rates are considered to be for immediate family, which is defined as: mother, father, sister, brother, or child of the member
Members may bring up to three (3) guests Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am-11:00am; members may bring up to seven (7) guests after 11:00am
Members may have up to seven (7) guests at any time on weekdays (Monday - Friday)
The Greens Fee is an "all day" price. Carts will be charged for extra use
The Golf Shop requires all members to pre-register all guests at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled tee time. When registering, we will need your guest's name, address, email, and phone number for our records. Any special requests such as guest lockers or gifts (balls, shirts, hats, etc.) that are needed can be taken and will be fulfilled upon the guest's arrival. The staff is willing and able to meet any of your requests concerning your golf round at the club.
All golfers must wear proper attire and be neat in appearance.
Members are responsible for informing their guests of the club dress policy prior to play.
Acceptable Golf Attire – Golf slacks, Bermuda shorts, capris, and women golf skirts and skorts. Men’s shirts must have collars which may include mock/half collars. Women’s golf shirts may be sleeveless but must have a collar. All bills on hats must face forward. Men will be asked to have shirttails tucked in while in/on the clubhouse, golf shop, practice facility, and golf course.
Unacceptable Golf Attire – All denim, t-shirts, tank tops, tennis wear, swimwear, warm-up/track pants and jackets, excessively worn casual shorts or cargos with holes or tears.
Acceptable Golf Shoes – Any golf-specific shoe without metal spikes or tennis shoes with flat rubber soles are considered to be acceptable.
The Professional Staff will make interpretations and enforce this dress code policy as it relates to playing or practicing at the golf club throughout the year.