Golf Course Etiquette
The Board of Directors has been asked to address some golf rules and etiquette issues on the course.
The Board acknowledges that the majority of the membership takes good care of the course but we need to address following:
· Please double up on golf carts to save wear and tear on both the carts and the course.
· Park carts on the paths around the tees and greens. If you insist on driving close to greens, park behind the greens where there is less traffic.
· Pick up your tees broken or unbroken and sand the divots on the tees and fairways.
· Avoid driving up the middle of 1 and 16 fairways
· Rake your bunkers. Even though we are still placing the ball, it looks better.
· Play only one ball on par 3 tees onto the putting surfaces and repair your ball marks. Hitting 3 and 4 practice balls off tees and into greens causes damage to the tee and green even when divots are sanded and marks are properly repaired.
· Dogs are not permitted on the golf course and walking in general should be done in off peak course hours(before 8 AM and after 8PM).
· Dress code for the golf course and practice areas is no denim and collar shirts. Be sure to remind your guests to avoid any unpleasant situations.
· Walkers could help by carrying sand for divots in the fairway. We suggest a small bottle of some sort that you can refill on Par 3 Tees.
· Please do not address any other member or their guests regarding golf rules or etiquette but do inform management of any issues.
One of the bigger problems facing the golf industry is a shortage of range balls. Manufacturers are not producing range balls in order to keep up with regular golf ball demand. We ask that members not keep bags of range balls in their carts or car trunks.
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