Parents will be responsible for the actions of their children, whether present or not.
No bathing suits allowed on the course.
All players must wear shirts
No one may tee off from other than #1 tee, without permission from the Pro Shop.
No more than one person may play from the same bag.
No more than four persons may play as a group between April 1 and September 30. A group of 5 is allowed from October 1 to March 31 with the following requirements:
Any group of more than four persons must IMMEDIATELY allow a group of less than five that catches up with them and is waiting to hit their next shot, to play through and proceed. This requirement is NOT applicable when the group “catching” the group of five, starts their round on a hole other than #1, unless circumstances are such that starting on said hole is DIRECTED by the Pro Shop Manager.
Only one golf cart, containing one occupant, is allowed in the group. All other carts must have two occupants.
Complaints that these requirements are being ignored will be cause for rescinding this privilege.
During the October 1 to March 31 days, special approval for more than 5 players is left up to the discretion of the Pro Shop Manager.
Only club members, out of county guests, and approved personnel will be allowed on course except on designated days. Prospective members are allowed to play with a purchase of a green fee maximum of three visits.
Please do not litter course with bottles, cans, or paper.
Keep carts away from greens and tees and behind designated signs.
To avoid damage to greens, please repair allball marks and use extreme caution with clubs, spikes, and flag sticks.
No player(s) should play until they are sure those ahead are out of range.
All players should play without delay and slow players should allow faster players to play through.
After a reasonable amount of time, a player searching for a lost ball should let others play through.
Players should leave green immediately when hole has been completed.
Players should rake out all ball and foot prints from sand traps before leaving.
Players may be barred from course if they ignore rules and regulations.
No searching for golf balls by non‐participants during tournaments.
Do not take divots with practice swings.
No more than two (2) carts per foursome starting on #1 or #10 tee.
Any member who feels they have physically impaired reasons may apply by application for a privilege flag. An application may be obtained from the pro‐shop, and will be presented to the Board for consideration.
All males over the age of sixty‐five (65) and those age 12 and under have the option of teeing off from the yellow senior tee box.
Nine holes could be closed for maintenance once a week from 8:00am to 3:00pm. Play may continue on the nine holes left open.
Anyone giving golf lessons at Oaks and charging a student fee must pay Oaks 10% of that fee.
Out of county immediate family guest pay half green fees, limited to twice per year.