Golfers Guide

Clubhouse and Dress Code

A. Neat casual wear is required in the Clubhouse at all times. Members are responsible for ensuring their guest adhere to this dress code, as decided by Council.

B. Staff have been instructed to refuse service to members and visitors whose dress code does not conform with these regulations.

C. Members and their guests are requested not to use mobile phones on the course or in the clubhouse, except to summon assistance in an emergency.

D. Under no circumstances are dogs (Guide Dog Excepted) allowed in any part of the clubhouse.

E. Any member entitled by the rules to introduce visitors, who do not desire to play golf, may do so for any two days in any week without charge. Every visitor so introduced must sign the visitor’s book as provided in the rules.

F. The clubhouse and catering hours of opening are posted on the club booking system and depend on the hours of daylight. Other times are by arrangements with the General Manager.

G. No smoking or vaping anywhere in the clubhouse.

H. Unused restaurant/bar levies by the 30 th of September each year are automatically forfeited. No off sales allowed – for consumption on premises only.

I. Items such as clothing, shoes, bags, trolleys etc. left behind on the premises will be removed the following morning by the caddy master and disposed after seven days.

Course Etiquette

A. Caddy Cars/ Buggies
Local notice regulating the movements of Caddy Cars/ Buggies must be strictly observed. Caddy Cars/ Buggies should NOT be brought onto the teeing ground at any time.

B. Footwear
Golf Shoes with metal spikes are not allowed. Only softs spikes and pimple – soled shoes are permitted.

C. Dress Code
Neat golfing attire is required on the course. No jeans, sneakers, runners, tracksuit tops or bottoms allowed. Members are responsible for ensuring their guests adhere to this dress code.

D. Pace of Play
A fair pace of play has been established for all competitions played in Woodbrook:
 18 Hole Singles – 4 hours 5 mins
 18 Hole Fourball – 4 hours 20 mins
 12 Hole Fourball – 2 hours 50 mins

These are considered as the maximum it should take to comfortably complete a round of golf. Each member is asked to observe this pace of play by being always mindful of their place on the course, finish on the green and tee off at next hole without undue delay. In this connection the one who holes out first is responsible for the flag. It is unreasonable to expect the whole field to play at the pace of the slowest player.

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