All players are required to check into the Pro Shop before teeing off. This is for your safety as well as to ensure the best operation of the golf course. Do not change position on the golf course if it will interfere with other players who have the right-of-way. Dogs are not allowed on the course or in the clubhouse.

1st Tee Procedure: A group making the turn generally has priority. During busy periods, turning groups and new groups teeing off shall alternate. Please be ready to play when it is your turn to do so. Members are encouraged to join one another during busy periods, or the Pro Shop may pair you.

Hand Carts: Hand carts are not allowed on putting greens, or between bunkers and greens.

Power Carts: Power carts shall stay off grass mown to approach height or less.  Your cart should never be nearer than 30 feet from any putting green. Please use all reasonable care to keep from tearing up the grounds by turning, stopping, or accelerating too quickly. The daily cart rules will be determined at the Superintendent’s discretion and posted at the Pro Shop.

Course Care: Please replace divots using provided sand bottles. We have sand bottles and sand barrels located on holes 1, 4, 7, and 8. Please make it a habit to fill your divot and one extra each time you play a shot.

Always repair your ball marks on the greens with a proper repair tool. Complimentary repair tools are available in the Pro Shop. We can also give you tips to properly fix your ball mark.

Please rake the bunker neatly after playing your shot. Place the rake inside the bunker with the handle pointing towards the tee box.

Shelled seeds (sunflower, pistachio, etc.) are not permitted on the golf course.  Please dispose of your cigarette & cigar butts properly.

Pace of play: Play ready golf and keep up with the group in front of you at all times. Here are a few tips so you can play faster rounds of golf without rushing things:

  • Pay attention to your group and advance directly to your golf ball when safe to do so.
  • Bring the club you think you need, plus one less and one more.  If it looks like a 5 iron shot, also bring your 4 & 6 irons.
  • Be ready to play your shot when it is your turn. Prepare to play your shot while your partners are hitting theirs.
  • Play the appropriate tees. There is no shame in having more fun playing shorter tees!
  • When you get to the green, leave your clubs on the way to the next teeing area.
  • Write down your scores after you leave the putting green.
  • Once you have holed out, head to the next tee and keep playing without delay.

Dress Code:

Men – Permitted:

  • Sleeved golf or sport shirts with collar.  Acceptable collars include folded, mock, and blade styles.
  • Golf slacks or golf shorts that are clean, neat, and in good repair.
  • Shirts must be tucked except those with square cut bottom.
  • Caps, hats, and visors must be worn with the bill facing forward.

Men – Not Permitted:

  • Denim of any color on the golf course or practice areas, except Nov. 1 – March 31.  Must be clean, neat, and in good repair.
  • Athletic shorts, sweatpants, jogging suits, or athletic gear.
  • Tee shirts, muscle shirts, sleeveless shirts, hooded sweatshirts, tennis or swim apparel.

Women – Permitted:

  • Appropriate, tasteful golf-length skirts and dresses.  Must be clean, neat, and in good repair.
  • Golf slacks or golf shorts that are clean, neat, and in good repair.
  • Sleeved golf or sleeveless golf shirts with collar.  Acceptable collars include folded, mock, and blade styles.
  • Caps, hats, and visors must be worn with the bill facing forward.

Women – Not Permitted:

  • Denim of any color on the golf course or practice areas, except Nov. 1 – March 31.  Must be clean, neat, and in good repair.
  • Cutoff shorts
  • Leggings, yoga pants, or sweatpants (leggings acceptable if accompanied by a skirt, skort, or shorts).
  • Tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, crop tops, tee shirts, hooded sweatshirts.
  • Tops that expose the midriff.

Dress code applies to all ages and for all staff except maintenance.

Spectators shall wear appropriate and tasteful clothing that is neat, clean, and in good repair.

Use of Practice Areas:

  • Professionals have priority use of the practice area for golf instruction.
  • Users must pick up all balls and leave the practice area in good condition.
  • Junior members must give way to adult members.

April – September Course Schedule

Monday – Course opens at 10:00 AM; Open play all day

Tuesday – Ladies only until 12:00 noon; Open play after 12:00 noon

Wednesday – Course opens at 7:30 AM;

     Ladies & Juniors must tee off/turn by 2:00 PM on Men’s Nights*

           *Men’s Nights:  May 1 through August 28, 2019

Thursday – Course opens at 7:30 AM; Open play. Ladies have right-of-way until 10:00 AM.

           *Ladies’ Nights: June 6 through August 29, 2019

Friday –    Course opens at 7:30 AM; Open play

Saturday – Course opens at 7:30 am for open play during the month of April; 7:45 am shotgun May thru September; Open play at 12:30 PM or when course is safely clear

Sunday – Course opens at 7:30 AM; Open play

October – March Play Schedule

Monday – Course opens at 11:00 AM; Open play

Tuesday – Course opens at 8:00 AM; Open play

Wednesday – Course opens at 8:00 AM; Open play

Thursday – Course opens at 8:00 AM; Open play

Friday – Course opens at 8:00 AM; Open play

Saturday – Course opens at 8:00 AM; Open play

Sunday – Course opens at 8:00 AM; Open play