Dress Code Proper attire on our
course is required at all times. Metal spikes are prohibited. Locker rooms
are secured one hour after dark.
Rules of Play
and Etiquette USGA Rules Govern All Play, except as modified by local
rules. Pace of play for this course is 4½ hours. Play Ready Golf. Let
faster groups play through if you cannot keep up with the group in front of
you. Player Assistants and the Golf Staff have full authority to maintain
the rules and speed of play for everyone's enjoyment. Each operator of a
golf cart must have a valid driver's license. 90 degree cart rule is in
effect unless otherwise indicated on the day of play. Carts must remain on
paths on all Par-3 holes as well as around tees and greens. Please fill
divots with sand and seed mixture provided on the cart. Please rake bunkers
and repair all ball marks on the green. Proper golf attire is required at
all times. Metal golf spikes are prohibited.
IDEAS TO HELP PICK UP THE PACE OF PLAY
Ways to Play
without Delay on the Tee Play a realistic set of tees for your ability. Take two or
three clubs with you to the tee. Have several players in your group watch
errant shots carefully and line up the ball position so that it will be
easier to find.
committed to keeping pace with the group in front of you. Walk quickly -
it's great exercise. Keep your time looking for lost balls to an absolute
minimum. When using carts, drop off one player have him take two or three
clubs and proceed to the next ball.
On the Green Please repair your
ball mark and one other. Player whose ball is nearest to the pin should
tend the flagstick. Look over your putt while others are putting. Be ready
to putt when it's your turn. The first player to finish should be ready to
replace the flagstick. Leave the green immediately and mark your scores on
the next tee.
Let's all have fun and play in a