Throughout play, please observe the etiquette of golf as printed in The Rules of Golf.
Only wide wheel trolleys are allowed on the course, and all players should follow the routes indicated around the course. Buggies and ride on carts or trolleys are only allowed in the case of the disabled and only by prior arrangement with the General Manager
No posters or signs may be erected anywhere on the premises of the Club or on the course without prior arrangement with the General Manager
No liability can be accepted for any articles left unattended on the premises or in the car park. Visitors are asked to take all reasonable precautions.
Visitors must use the Visitors Car Park at all times.
Unless prior arrangements have been made, all green fees should be paid to the Professional before play commences and a receipt obtained.
All accounts for services should be settled on the day of the visit unless prior arrangements have been made.
The Club would appreciate the support of all Members, visitors and their guests to maintain acceptable standards of dress when playing the course, using the Clubhouse or attending a function at the Club.
Golf wear sold by any Professional, golf shop or clothes of the same style sold in retail outlets. Golf shirts with collar types such as, traditional, blade and turtleneck are preferred, and for Gents, should remain tucked in at all times. Golf caps, if worn, should have the peak facing forward. Shorts are permitted but styling must be in line with what is commonly referred to as “golf attire”, no cargo shorts or trousers. Sports socks, including trainer liners, of any colour are permitted.
The Club wishes to promote a smart casual environment throughout the clubhouse, which includes denim. Club appropriate denim is defined as properly sized, in excellent condition, and consistent in colour and must not include holes, rips or frayed material.
Tasteful and appropriate shirts and shoes must be worn. Shirts should be tucked in unless tailored for wear outside of the trousers / skirts.
There will be occasions when more formal dress is required and these will be specified on the notice boards and by the event organiser.
Outdoor clothing such as waterproofs, overcoats, hats, gloves, and golf shoes must be removed and placed in the locker room.
All golfers are requested to remove hats inside the Clubhouse
The following items of dress are unacceptable:
While we expect that members and visitors will use good taste and judgment, the Club Management will discreetly review any inappropriate casual attire directly with the member or visitor to ensure that the Club maintains a casual environment that is enjoyable for everyone.
The unauthorised use of mobile phones in the Clubhouse or on the course is prohibited. Mobile phones allowed to be used to report an incident or to call emergency services.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTY ORGANISER TO ENSURE THAT ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE AWARE IN ADVANCE OF THESE RULES SINCE THE MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO INSIST THAT ANYONE NOT COMPLYING LEAVES THE COURSE OR CLUBHOUSE