Club Etiquette


We ask that all Members and their guests, including children, dress appropriately for the atmosphere of a country club. Collared shirts, blouses, dress shorts, slacks or golf skorts are preferred. Jeans are acceptable with no holes, rips, tears or frays. No bare midriffs or halter tops. Workout clothes are allowed only in the fitness center or café. All swimmers must wear bona fide swimming attire. Thong bikinis and cut offs are not allowed. Shoes must be worn at all times outside of the pool deck.


Dress shorts, slacks or golf skorts and a collared shirt are required while actively practicing or playing on our courses. Yoga pants or workout gear is not acceptable attire. The Club reserves the right to make determinations regarding questionable or inappropriate attire. You may be asked to change if deemed necessary.


Guests must follow the same rules required of all Members.


Tee times must be made utilizing your ForeTees account or directly through the Golf Shop. Sport and Social Members do not have access to tee times. Tee times are every ten minutes and you must check in with the Golf Shop, Starter or Course Attendant prior to play.


As a courtesy we ask that you make a dining or event reservation to secure your spot. We require a 48 hour cancellation (or more if stated in the event description) for all Club events. If you are unable to make your tee time please let the Golf Shop know as soon as possible.


No outside food & beverages are allowed on the courses or in the Clubhouse. An 18% service charge and state sales tax will be added to all food and beverage charges. All taxes and service charges are subject to change. The standard service charge is an amount which is paid directly to The Club used as proceeds to pay competitive wages to our staff, as we believe this allows us to attract and retain excellent staff members. However, the service charge is not paid directly to any particular staff member or Members who provide service to you at your event. If you wish to add a separate additional gratuity to your bill, you are welcome to do so.