- Dress code for women is either a skirt, skort, shorts, or pants. For men, the dress code is a pair of knee-length shorts or golf pants. Both sexes should sport a collared shirt.
- There are no restrictions regarding golf shoes. However, there are restrictions against metal spike golf shoes on the Golf Course and in Clubhouse.
ARRIVE ON TIME:
- Make a point of arriving at least 20 minutes ahead of your tee time.
AVOID SLOW PLAY:
- Four hour pace of play with be enforced. Allow faster players to play through.
- Spend no more than 15 minutes on a hole on average.
COMMUNICATE POSITIVELY & RESPECTFULLY:
- Always keep your voice to a quiet and respectful level so as not to interrupt any player’s game.
- Do not yell or scream.
- Music should be kept to your party.
- When communicating with other players, do so in a positive tone of camaraderie and respect. Compliment others on a nice shot or a good ball. Remember you are out there to have fun as well as compete.
- Always remain silent when a fellow player is hitting.
- The person furthest from the hole hits first. The reason for this rule is safety. This way no one ends up standing in front of the person who is hitting.
- This rule differs when it comes to the tee box for each hole. At the tee box, the golfer with the lowest number of strokes on the previous hole has the honor of teeing first.
WHERE TO STAND:
- Never stand close behind another player on the green.
- Do not stand in the line of sight of a player trying to hit. Always try to stand far away and behind the player who is in the process of hitting.
- When your ball lands on the green, the first thing you need to do is mark your ball.
- A ball marker can be anything, from a pen to a coin. You can also find ball markers available for sale in the Pro Shop.
- Avoid walking in someone’s line at all costs. The line is the most direct path between the golf ball and the hole.
- New rules dictate that a golfer can choose to leave the pin in the hole when putting on the green.
- When you remove the pin from the hole, be careful not to damage the grass around the hole. Lay the flagstick down far from where putts may roll. Always return the flagstick to the hole before you leave the green.
GOLF CART ETIQUETTE:
- Keep all Golf Carts at least 30 yards from the green.
- The 90-Degree Rule – Designed to minimize wear and tear on turf, it calls for you to keep the cart on the path until you can turn at a right angle to your ball.
- Respect the Pace of Play – Drop off your partner where they need to be, then move on briskly to your ball so you’re ready to play when it’s your turn.
MAINTAIN THE COURSE:
- Always repair the course and try to leave it as you found it. Replace your divots on the tee box or the fairway.
- Don’t Litter.