Rules and Dress
The course dress code allows for comfort and respects golf tradition.
Non-collared shirts and nice jeans are allowed.
Tank tops, "muscle" shirts, spaghetti straps, halter tops, swim attire, cut offs and short-shorts are not allowed.
Footwear is critical to maintaining the greens and your personal safety.
The preferred footwear is always professional golf shoes with rubber cleats. No metal spikes allowed.
Flat soled tennis shoes are allowed, however, they can cause slipping on inclined surfaces around the course!
Heeled footwear of any kind is not allowed. This includes boots, street shoes, and hiking shoes.
Bare feet and flip-flops are also not allowed.
USGA RULES OF GOLF GOVERN ALL PLAY
White stakes define out of bounds, yellow stakes define a water hazard, and red stakes or lines define a lateral water hazard.
The flower beds behind #5 and #14 green and the flower bed left of #6 and #15 tee, drop out of the bed at the nearest point of relief, no nearer the hole. NO PENALTY.
Balls hit into the hazard from #6 or #15 tee, may use the drop zone on the other side of the ditch at the players option. Add 1 stroke penalty the same as any drop from a hazard.
Ground under repair is marked with white lines.
Yardage markers are measured to the center of the green. Red = 100 yds, White = 150 yds, Blue = 200 yds.
RULES OF ETIQUETTE
Five-somes are only allowed with the permission of the starter, and must have at least 3 power carts.
No pets allowed.