Guests are welcome at the club in the company of a member, who shall be responsible for all financial obligations incurred. Spouses and family members are encouraged to attend social functions as guests. Guests may be introduced to the club a maximum of 6 times per season for golf. Guests are often welcome for dinner, dances or other social events.
All guests must be registered in the Pro-Shop prior to golf and all guests on the course are subject to the appropriate greens fee. Children are not permitted on the golf course unless 10 years of age or older and must be closely supervised whenever on the club premises.
The club will not be responsible for loss or damage to property of members or guests. You are advised to insure your clubs or equipment with your insurer. Members will be legally and financially responsible for damages to the club property such as windows, damage to power carts, or whatsoever caused by them or their guests. Members and their guest shall not bring to or have on club property any intoxicating beer, wine or spirits not purchased from the club. If the club occurs any penalty or liability by reason of breach of this regulation by any member or guest, such member shall indemnify and save harmless the club. The General Manager or their designate may at anytime, without stating the reasons deny guest privileges of any individual when deemed to be in the best interest of the club to do so.
Members and guests are to be properly attired on the course, in the clubhouse and all facilities. The following is a list of suitable attire.
Golf or sport shirt with collar and sleeves • Dress or casual slacks • Shorts (Bermuda or tailored walking shorts no more than 4 inches above the knee) • Golf shoes with “non-metal spikes” or running leisure shoes with soft soles.
Golf or sport blouse • Skirts, culottes, casual slacks • Shorts (Bermuda or tailored walking shorts no more than 4 inches above the knee) • Golf shoes with “non-metal spikes” or running leisure shoes with soft soles.
Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests be advised of and adhere to the dress code. Your full cooperation is expected with club staff in this area. Significant abuse of the Dress Code can result in the General Manager temporarily suspending privileges.