All play will be governed by USGA rules except where local ground rules
Each player must have their own bag and set of clubs.
Playing groups larger than foursomes are not allowed except with special
permission from the Pro Shop before starting play. Foursomes will have
preference at all times. During heavy use days, golfers will be
scheduled as foursomes to speed up pace.
All players must have a current membership or pay green fees, and must
register in the Pro Shop before starting to play. Tee times are
strongly recommended at all times.
There will be no practicing or instructing on the course. The practice
tee and greens are provided for this.
All players must start on Number 1 tee, except by permission from the
Pro Shop to start elsewhere.
Divots on fairways must be replaced immediately and all ball marks on
greens repaired. Sand traps are to be smoothed upon finish of play.
Slower players must allow faster players to play through. If, at any
time, players lose pace and find an open fairway in front of them, they
should signal the following players to play through and should not hit
until those players have moved out of range.
Non-members may not use personal carts on the course.
Golf bags must be kept off the greens, pull carts should be kept at
least ten (10) feet from the greens. Neither should be placed or
parked in front of the green. Power carts must remain on cart paths
High heeled shoes or other footwear that could be injurious to the
putting surface will not be worn on the greens.
When play on the greens is completed, the flag will be replaced at once
and all players will leave the vicinity of the green promptly. Scoring
should be completed AFTER leaving the green.
All members are asked to police the course. Receptacles for trash are
on each tee.
No unauthorized vehicles are allowed on the course.
Please report any trespassers on the course. They may not be aware of
the possibility of being hit.
Children of members do not have the privilege of inviting guests to play
on the course.
No dogs are allowed on the course. Members do not have the
privilege of running their pets on the course.
Cross-country skiing is allowed in designated access areas only.
Snowmobiles, ATVís or any other motorized vehicles other than golf carts
and maintenance vehicles are not allowed on the golf course at any
Only licensed drivers may operate golf carts. Underage children
operating a cart must be accompanied by an adult.
The Golf Professional and Greens Superintendent are Course Marshals and
command the respect of all golfers. They will answer only to the Board
Soft spikes only will be used on shoes.
No bicycles are allowed on the course at any time.
Any questions regarding golf course rules,
etiquette or problems not specifically addressed by this handbook should
be directed to the Golf Professional, Greens Superintendent or the Board
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