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Visitor Policies

We are always happy to welcome our Member's guests. We ask that guests be accompanied by the Member. Visitors interested in touring our facility are welcome; please call ahead for an appointment.

Adhering to the following dress code will save any surprises for our guests.


  • Men are to wear a collared shirt that is tucked in while dining inside the Clubhouse.
  • Ladies are not allowed to wear clothing that is cut too low on top or too short on the bottom.
  • Proper golf and tennis attire are welcome.
  • Tasteful jeans that are not ripped or torn are permitted.
  • Dining events should be attended with dressy/casual attire.
  • Pool attire is not permitted inside the Clubhouse.
  • Hats should be worn with the brim forward.
  • Tee-shirts are NOT acceptable attire in the clubhouse.
  • We request that cell phones be on silent mode. Silent communications (texting, emails) are fine. Voice conversations must be taken outside.


  • Children may not be unattended at any time while on Club property.
  • Kids are asked to enjoy our dining facilities with their family at the same table.
  • Children under the age of 21 are not permitted to sit at the bar.
  • Personal electronic devices such as IPads, cell phones and tablets should be on silent or use headphones.
  • An upright, seated position will be enforced in all dining areas. Feet are not allowed on chairs.

Golf Course

  • Golf shirts must have a collar or be a mock turtle neck.
  • Shirts must be tucked unless it is a full button camp shirt (Tommy Bahama style).
  • No denim/jeans regardless of color.
  • Hats must be worn with brim facing forward.
  • Bermuda length shorts are welcome.
  • We do not allow athletic wear i.e. sweats, warm-ups, gym shorts, tee-shirts or tank tops.
  • The golf staff at their discretion may ask a player to change attire if it is not appropriate.
  • Blouses can be worn un-tucked and can be sleeveless and collarless.
  • Athletic/Tennis attire is not allowed.
  • No denim/Jeans regardless of color.
  • The golf staff at their discretion may ask a player to change attire if it is not appropriate.
Cell Phones: 

Should be in silent mode or turned off. Phone conversations are not allowed on the golf course.