General Club Etiquette
Golf Etiquette should be practiced at all times, however, if questioned, foursomes have preference on the golf course at all times over singles, threesomes and fivesomes. At busy times, twosomes will be allowed to start on #1 tee only if no other players are available. The Pro-Shop will require twosomes to join other players and play as a threesome or foursome. No sixsomes will be allowed without prior approval from the Pro-Shop. Singles have no right of way at any time on the golf course. Slower groups must let faster groups behind them play through when at least one hole ahead is open.
USGA Rules Govern All Play
Out of Bounds: All fences bordering the course, tunnel floor under the freeway, driving range and all areas marked by white OB stakes. Stroke and distance penalty. Rule 27-1.
Water Hazards: All lakes are played as Lateral Hazards. Red staked area. Rule 26-1c.
Obstructions: The pump house area on #7 and #18, the halfway house between #10 and #11, the pump area behind #10, the pump area on the left side of #14 fairway. Rule 24-2
Cart Paths and Service Roads: Relief from all cart paths and service road on 14th hole. Drop no nearer the hole – no penalty.
Protection of young trees, staked trees, and planted areas: If such a tree or tree well stake interferes with a player's stance or intended swing, the ball my be lifted, without penalty, and dropped, Rule 24-2b.
Stones in Bunkers: Are considered movable obstructions. Rule 24-1
Power Carts: Carts must remain on cart paths provided. Use 90-degree rule at all times. Operator must have a valid California driver's license.
Please respect the condition of our golf course.