General Policies of Operations and Management Friendly Valley Recreational Association, Inc. RESTATEMENT ADOPTED 4/26/21
SENIOR CITIZEN HOUSING DEVELOPMENT: Friendly Valley is a Senior Citizen Housing Development that operates in compliance with applicable state and federal regulations. Please refer to the Friendly Valley Rules and Regulations for definitions and policies.
MEMBERSHIP ELIGIBILITY: Membership in the Friendly Valley Recreational Association (“FVRA”) is based on Unit ownership.
RIGHT TO USE THE FACILITIES: The right to use the Recreational Facilities shall be limited to residents and their guests. The record owners of the residential units in Friendly Valley and their Associates’ right to use the facilities shall not be transferred independently of the condominium. However, if the record owner rents, leases or in any other way allows anyone to live in the unit in his/her stead, the recorded owner abrogates his/her right to use the facilities in favor of the occupant. In no event shall the non-resident record owner and occupant both have use of the facilities.
Non-residents shall be considered “guests” and accompanied by a badged Friendly Valley resident while participating in any activity in the recreational area(s).
For units having more than two persons in residence, each additional individual shall be charged an Associate Fee for the use of the facilities.
General Facility Rules & Regulations The Recreational Facilities are defined as the recreational areas and facilities owned, operated, managed and maintained by the Friendly Valley Recreational Association, Inc. that are designated for use by Friendly Valley residents as defined above. A list of the indoor and outdoor Recreational Facilities is set forth in these rules. In addition to the Recreational Facilities, FVRA owns, operates, manages and maintains other common areas within Friendly Valley including the Business Office, and Parking Lots. The following rules apply to all the Recreational Facilities and Common Areas.
All persons using the Recreational Facilities and Common Areas do so at their own risk.
Any property damage and/or injury to themselves or to others is the sole responsibility of the person who caused such damage and/or injury. If the person is not the record owner of a unit, then the unit owner will be responsible for damage and/or injury caused by the resident or guest of the unit.
Smoking and vaping are PROHIBITED in ALL Recreational Facilities and Common Areas, including the Parking Lots.
Pets, other than service dogs or assistance animals that have been allowed access by registration, are NOT permitted anywhere in the Recreational Facilities and Common Areas, which include but are not limited to: the Golf Courses, the grass areas of the recreational grounds and integral walkways, including the lawns surrounding the Business Office, Activity Rooms, and Auditorium, and the grass areas bordering Mesa of the Oaks that extend to the Lawn Bowls Green and the Walk of Friends.
“Companion” dogs are NOT allowed in any of the areas indicated above.
When taken off the resident’s premises, pets must be kept on a leash of no more than six (6) feet in length. Retractable leashes are not recommended, but if they are used, they may only be used at a maximum of six (6) feet in length.
Rooms shall not be considered as available for use when vacant. Unless otherwise noted, any impromptu meeting must be reserved and approved so Security is aware of facility use.
Recreational Facilities and Common Areas shall NOT be used for the sale or promotion of commercial products or programs. Non-resident individuals who instruct approved Classes, as set forth in these rules, shall not be deemed to be selling or promoting commercial products or programs, regardless of whether any commercial products or program are used in approved Classes.
Any large furniture located in Recreational Facilities is to remain in the location where originally placed.
Tables and/or chairs may not be moved to other rooms or areas without prior notification and assistance.
Visitor’s vehicles parked overnight in the community more than 48 hours shall obtain a Guest Parking Permit from the Security Office. The Permit shall be hung from the rearview mirror for the duration of the visit and shall be returned to Security prior to leaving the community.
Any Clubs sponsoring trips are responsible to inform participants where to park. Residents going on one (1) day trips may park in available spaces in the Golf Course Parking Lot or on the street.
Buses should load and unload in the Golf Course Lot adjacent to the side door of the Auditorium. All trip coordinators must complete a Security Trip Information Form and submit it to Security prior to the trip’s departure. All non-residents’ license plate numbers must be included on the form.
No one is allowed to leave their vehicles in the Annex, Golf Lounge, or Lawn Bowls Parking Lots overnight.
Pursuant to the FVRA By-Laws, violation of any of these adopted Rules & Regulations may result in a Hearing and further action(s) regarding Recreational Facility privileges.
All Friendly Valley residents are required to obtain membership badges and to display them in plain sight when in any Recreational Facility or Common Area, while attending club/class/group or organizational meetings or gatherings in reserved rooms or outside areas, and while conducting business in the offices. EXCEPTION: Persons attending any previously approved special group function such as, but not limited to, club parties, dances, BBQs or dinners will not be required to wear badges at these organized events.
Under no circumstances shall a member loan his or her membership badge to anyone to use the Recreational Facilities.
Renters and Associate Members shall pay a non-refundable fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00) for each badge.
Replacement badges may be purchased for a fee of $4.00 in the Business Office.
All badges must be returned to the Office upon transfer of title or at the end of tenancy.
Security Officers are instructed to check for the display of membership badges and are given the authority to deny usage of the Recreational Facilities or Common Areas to anyone in violation of this rule.
GUESTS: ALL GUESTS:
All guests shall be accompanied by a resident at all times when engaged in any activity at the Recreational Facilities.
Residents are responsible for the conduct of their guests while using the Recreational Facilities and in all areas of the Friendly Valley community. The record unit owner is ultimately responsible for the actions of the unit’s residents and guests.
Defined as individuals eighteen (18) years of age and older.
Adult Guests may walk in the Common Areas without a resident member if they have been issued a Visitor’s Badge (for a $10 deposit) by Security. It must be worn in plain sight. If the Visitor’s Badge is not returned within 30 days of the date it was issued, the deposit shall be forfeited.
Adult Guests are NOT permitted the entry or use of the Fitness Center, Poker Room, Lawn Bowls Clubhouse, or Woodshop at any time.
Defined as individuals under the age of eighteen (18) years of age.
Children must be accompanied by an adult resident at all times.
Children are never permitted in the Spa and are restricted in the pool area to the hours noted in the Pool Rules and Regulations.
Children age 12 and older are allowed to play golf on the Pitch & Putt Course in accordance with the rules and regulations noted in the Golf Rules section of this document.
Children are NOT allowed entry or use of the Fitness Center, Poker Room, Card Rooms, Lawn Bowls Clubhouse, or Woodshop at any time.
CLUBS, CLASSES AND GROUPS: The following rules apply to all Friendly Valley Clubs, Classes, and Groups.
All clubs, classes, and groups that make use of the Friendly Valley Recreational Facilities must have approval of the Friendly Valley Recreational Association’s Board of Directors (“Rec Board”) prior to organization. The Board’s objective is to have clubs, classes, and groups that are conducive to serving Friendly Valley as a Senior Citizen Community and will consider that objective in evaluating proposals for clubs, classes, or groups. The Club/Class/Group approval process is as follows:
A proposal form is submitted to the Rec Board.
Club/Class/Group representatives are required to attend an open Rec Board Meeting to answer Board questions and discuss concerns.
The Rec Board votes to approve or deny the new Club/Class/Group.
All officers and members of clubs, classes and groups must be residents of Friendly Valley.
All members become the responsibility of the Club/Class/Group and any elections, monetary or disciplinary actions, or expulsions are the sole responsibility of the Club/Class/Group officers and/or members.
Clubs, Classes, and Groups are given the opportunity to reserve Recreational Facilities for their meetings in yearly increments.
Clubs, Classes, and Groups shall have the right to contract with non-residents for the purpose of information, training and the sharing of expertise.
All expenditures for contracting will be the sole responsibility of the Club, Class, or Group.
All related non-resident invitees shall sign a Release of Liability Form.
Clubs, Classes, and Groups shall NOT be allowed to have exclusive use of the Pool or Spa facilities.
Clubs, Classes, and Groups shall NOT exceed four (4) members in the Fitness Center nor have any exclusive time allotted in that facility.
Any approved Club, Class or Group that invites non-resident guests to participate must have each guest accompanied by a resident at all times.
Only one (1) guest per resident is allowed participation in any Club, Class, or Group activity.
CLUBS: An approved Friendly Valley Club must meet the following criteria:
All Clubs will consist of a minimum of four (4) members.
Club membership is open to all residents.
It is recommended that all Clubs require members to agree to either monthly dues or yearly membership fees; as determined by the club officers and members. The spending of monies received is solely the decision of the individual Club members and officers. Voting procedures are at the discretion of Club members.
If a Club collects dues, the Club must open and maintain a bank account and must keep records of the Club’s income and expenses.
All Clubs are required to designate at least two (2) decision making officers. One of these officers shall hold the position of the Club Treasurer. All purchases, expenditures and accounts will be the responsibility of the Club Officers.
Club schedules and announcements may be listed in the Villager Newsletter.
All Clubs shall have priority over Class and Group facility reservations during the annual reservation period. Once the annual reservations period is completed, any additional meeting and event reservations are subject to a first-come, first-served basis.
CLASSES: An approved Friendly Valley Class must meet the following criteria:
Classes are open to all Friendly Valley residents.
Classes shall designate at least two (2) contacts/responsible parties.
Fees for participation and/or supplies are at the discretion of the Class’s responsible parties.
Class schedules and announcements may be listed in the Villager Newsletter.
Classes will have the right to contract with non-residents for the purpose of instruction, training, and sharing of information and expertise.
All Classes shall have priority over Group facility reservations during the annual reservation period. Once the annual reservations period is completed, any additional meeting and event reservations are subject to a first-come, first-served basis.
GROUPS: An approved Friendly Valley Group must meet the following criteria:
Friendly Valley Groups are designed to allow individuals with common interests to participate in shared activities.
Groups shall designate at least two (2) contacts/responsible parties.
Groups may decide whether they are open to all residents or closed groups.
Groups that are open to all residents may list their schedules and announcements in the Villager Newsletter; Closed Groups may not.
All reservations for Recreational Facilities shall require prior written approval by at least two (2) Directors of the Recreational Association. The purpose of requiring prior written approval is to verify availability of the Recreational Facilities and to ensure sufficient staff is available to comply with the particular reservation request.
All resident reservation requests shall be submitted, in writing, to the Business Office not more than 6 months prior to the event. Forms for resident reservations are available in the Business Office.
The facilities are NOT available for reservation by any individual(s) or organization(s) outside of Friendly Valley. EXCEPTION: Memorial services and receptions for late Friendly Valley residents.
Residents and Friendly Valley Clubs, Classes, and Groups cannot sponsor events for outside individuals or organizations.
The resident or Club/Class/Group reserving the facilities shall be responsible for the clean-up and/or any damages.
REQUIRED RESERVATION FEES:
The following charges shall be collected each time the Auditorium or Annex is reserved by a resident.
Friendly Valley Clubs, Classes, & Groups shall not be charged the Rental Fee for Auditorium and Annex facility reservations.
Annex: A $50.00 non-refundable Rental Fee is required to reserve the Annex. Payment must be received at the time of reservation.
Auditorium: A $100.00 non-refundable Rental Fee is required to reserve the Auditorium. Payment must be received at the time of reservation.
A $200.00 refundable Clean-Up Deposit is required for reservations that utilize the Auditorium and Annex. The deposit must be received at least two (2) weeks prior to the date of the event.
Both a Security representative and the responsible resident or Club, Class, or Group member must conduct a facility inspection prior to and directly after the event.
The Clean-Up Deposit is refundable IF the facility is returned to its original condition, as determined by the Security Guard that inspects the facility at the end of the event.
If the facility is left in unacceptable condition, the Board of Directors will deduct the necessary amount required for any additional cleaning charges or the cost of damage repairs from the Clean-Up Deposit. If the costs amount to more than $200.00, the resident will be billed for the balance.
Friendly Valley Clubs, Classes, & Groups shall not be required to post a Clean-Up Deposit at the time of reservation, but they will be billed if the facilities are not cleaned or if there is any damage to the facility.
ADDITIONAL SECURITY FEE:
For any event where one hundred (100) or more guests are expected, additional Security Officers are required. One additional Officer is required for each 100 invitees or increment thereof.
FRIENDLY VALLEY GATHERINGS AND EVENTS:
Additional Security Fees for events sponsored by recognized Friendly Valley Clubs, Classes, Groups, and Village Associations shall be covered by the Friendly Valley Recreational Association – Security Budget.
(Examples include, but are not limited to: Golf tournaments, Lawn Bowls gatherings, City of Hope events, Little Theater productions, Veteran’s Memorials, Association Picnics, Spring Flings, Valentine’s Day parties, etc.)
PRIVATE PARTIES AND EVENTS:
Additional Security Fees for private parties and events such as anniversary parties, birthday parties, etc., will be charged to the resident(s) sponsoring an event where 100 or more guests are expected. The Additional Security Fee will be calculated and paid for at the time of reservation with the Business Office.
The Additional Security Fee is only refundable if the hosting resident(s) know that the attendance will fall below 100 and alerts Security of this information, at least three (3) weeks prior to the event.
The Recreational Facilities shall be made available for Monthly, Annual, Executive, and Emergency Meetings of the Recreational Association, Community Council, and any Friendly Village Association. The scheduling or rescheduling of Association meetings shall take precedence over any other scheduled or unscheduled event.
The Business Office must be notified immediately when events are cancelled. If the Office is closed, the Security Office needs to be informed of the cancellation.
POLICY REGARDING PRIVATE PARTIES:
The facilities are available to all residents of Friendly Valley for functions in which the guest(s) of honor is a resident. The Board of Directors will NOT approve reservations for which the guest of honor is not a resident, including but not limited to: weddings, receptions, picnics, birthday and swimming parties for children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, or anyone whose permanent residence is not in Friendly Valley. Memorial Services for non-residents will be considered on a case by case basis.
List of Recreational Facilities INDOOR FACILITIES:
ANNEX: The Annex is available to reserve for smaller meetings and parties. The Annex will accommodate 150 Seating and 72 Dining. See REQUIRED RESERVATION FEES. A small kitchen is available for use at no charge. Decorations of any kind cannot be hung from the Annex ceiling or attached to the walls under any circumstances. Prohibited items include but are not limited to: balloons, candles, glitter, sparkles, paint, or fireworks of any type.
AUDITORIUM: The Friendly Valley Auditorium is available to reserve for meetings, parties, dinners, dances and other activities and events. The Auditorium will accommodate 400 Seating and 300 Dining. See REQUIRED RESERVATION FEES. A large kitchen is available for use for an additional non-refundable $25.00 fee. Food may be placed in the refrigerator and freezer up to one (1) day before an event with advanced notification and approval. All food, trash, and other debris must be removed by noon the day after the event or it will be disposed of and a portion of the $200.00 Clean-Up Deposit will not be refunded. Decorations of any kind cannot be hung from the Auditorium ceiling or attached to the walls under any circumstances. Prohibited items include but are not limited to: balloons, candles, glitter, sparkles, paint, or fireworks of any type.
CARD ROOMS: Separate Men’s and Women’s Card Rooms featuring private entries are available for reservation by residents, Clubs, Classes, and Groups specifically for card-oriented games. The cabinets in the Card Rooms are issued upon request to Clubs, Classes, and Groups with approved reservation schedules. The storage of any food or beverages is prohibited and if violated, use of the cabinet shall be forfeited.
CERAMICS STUDIO: Friendly Valley maintains a fully operational Ceramics Studio that is regulated and controlled by the Ceramics Club officers. Group activities and classes are available. The Club can be contacted for details and hours of operation.
CONFERENCE ROOM: The Conference Room is available for reservation by residents, Clubs, Classes & Groups, and individual Village Associations for small gatherings, orientations, meetings, study groups, and classes.
FITNESS CENTER: ONLY RESIDENTS ARE ALLOWED USE OF THIS FACILITY.A variety of exercise equipment is available for use by residents during the hours of 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. All users must sign the Release of Liability Form at the beginning of each session and prior to using the equipment and must also sign out upon departure. Upon individual request, the Center will be opened by Security at 5:00 AM to accommodate residents. Please obey all posted rules and regulations when using this facility.
GAME ROOM: The Game Room features billiards, bumper pool, and darts and is available from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. No reservation is required, however, the days/times listed below are designated for the following specific activities. FOOD AND DRINKS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE GAME ROOM. Contact Security for entry. Residents are asked to use the sign-in sheets upon arrival.
Bumper Pool: Thursday nights from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
LIBRARY: Located in the Auditorium, the Library supplies a diverse collection of books, magazines, DVDs and puzzles that have been donated by residents of Friendly Valley and are available for the enjoyment of the community. The Library operates on an honor system and all items borrowed for use should be returned promptly when no longer needed. Donations are only accepted with prior consent of the librarian. The adjacent Fireside Room can be used by residents at any time.
POKER ROOM: The Poker Room is designed specifically for poker players and features both 10 seat and 6 seat tables. Both Clubs and Groups frequent the room and residents wishing to participate should contact these clubs directly for additional information. The room is also available to residents for impromptu poker games on days/times when there is no scheduled activity; check with the Business Office for availability. Food and drinks are NOT ALLOWED at the tables. The room is available from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily.
WOODSHOP: Friendly Valley has provided a variety of power tools for wood-working residents since the buildings opened in the early 1960s. Due to the inherent dangers in this environment, we ask that all residents choosing to use the facility are well versed in the use of high-speed equipment and practice extreme safety precautions at all times when using this shop. A Release of Liability form must be signed on the initial visit and a sign-in / sign-out sheet must be used at each subsequent visit. Shop time is shared during working hours with the Friendly Valley Maintenance Staff. Please leave the facility clean upon exit.
BASKETBALL COURT: The Basketball Court is available to residents and their guests from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily and cannot be reserved. Basketballs are available for use at the Security Office.
GOLF COURSES: There are two (2) Golf Courses located in Friendly Valley that span several Oak lined acres of the Common Grounds; a nine (9) hole Executive Course and an eighteen (18) hole Pitch & Putt Course. The courses are open seven (7) days a week, unless posted closed for grounds keeping, safety reasons, or scheduled golf tournaments. Guests are charged a fee for play, as listed in the Golf Rules section. (See Golf Rules section for additional rules.)
GOLF LOUNGE: The Golf Lounge and patio are available during the hours of 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily. The Golf Lounge is available for reservation by residents and Clubs, Classes, and Groups. However, the Men’s & Women’s Golf Clubs have priority use of the facility.
LAWN BOWLS: Lawn Bowling is the only activity permitted on the manicured greens. Free bowling lessons are provided during posted hours by members of the Friendly Valley Lawn Bowls Club. The LAWN BOWLS CLUBHOUSE is available for reservation by residents and Clubs, Classes, and Groups. However, the Lawn Bowls Club has priority use of the facility. Persons wishing to bowl in the absence of Club members must notify Security prior to using this facility.
PICNIC AREAS: There are three (3) designated picnic areas located in the Friendly Valley recreational area. Please keep in mind that these are outdoor facilities and dirt, dust or leaves may accumulate any time after cleaning. Upon arrival, all residents, should be prepared to remove any debris that may have accumulated.
BBQ PICNIC AREA: Located by the Bridge that crosses the Honby Channel. This facility has a BBQ grill and picnic tables that are available for reservation in the Business Office. A non-refundable $25.00 Clean-Up Fee is required when the use of the grill is requested.
GATHERING PLACE: Located under the large Oak Tree by the Lawn Bowls Clubhouse. This facility has a BBQ grill and picnic tables that are available for reservation in the Business Office. A non-refundable $25.00 Clean-Up Fee is required when the use of the grill is requested.
JUNIOR PLACE: A small picnic table located on the Walk of Friends. The Junior Place does not require reservations.
SHUFFLEBOARD: Flat soled shoes are required for play on the Shuffleboard Courts. Anything that may leave indentations is detrimental to the maintenance of an essential smooth surface. All equipment is available to residents and their guests at the Security Office.
SWIMMING POOL & SPA: The swimming pool and spa are heated year-round for your pleasure. Shower and Locker Rooms are available for the convenience of swimmers. Lockers are for storage only while using the pool. Items are not to be left in lockers overnight. (See Pool Rules & Regulations section for additional information.)
ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES: Both Ping Pong and Cornhole equipment are available for use by residents and their guests. Most available outside areas can be designated for play. Inquire at the Security Office for the use of equipment.
POOL RULES & REGULATIONS THERE ARE NO LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY AT ANY TIME PERSONS USING THE POOL DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK
Do NOT enter the Pool or Spa while they are being cleaned or serviced.
Residents must keep their badge visible at all times while in the Pool area. Badges may be displayed on a towel, tote bag, or clothing. Under no circumstances shall a resident loan their badge to anyone to use these facilities.
The Pool and Spa are for residents and their guests only. A resident must accompany their guest(s) at all times, regardless of age, and is responsible for guest’s conduct and safety. Each household is allowed up to six (6) guests at any given time. The record unit owner is ultimately responsible for the conduct of their residents and the residents’ guests.
Everyone must shower immediately before entering the pool and spa and must dress appropriately in swimsuits. Street clothes shall not be allowed at any time. For those persons who must protect their skin from the sun, a plain T-shirt is acceptable. Suntan lotions or oils are not permitted on swimmers. Sunscreen products are allowed, but please opt for products that are degradable and safe for use in a community pool.
Lockers in the Shower Room are available for use only while using the pool and spa. Items are not to be left in lockers overnight without prior authorization.
Diapers of any kind, including brands implied to be Waterproof Swim Underpants, are NOT allowed in the Pool or Spa. This applies to children and adults.
Please be aware that organized groups and classes frequently congregate in the Pool during peak season. Please respect their purpose and share the waters appropriately. The Business Office can verify the times and days of these activities upon request.
Tables, chairs, umbrellas, lounges, and pergolas may not be reserved.
Floats exceeding 20”, diving equipment, and/or rafts or balls are not allowed in the Pool.
Assistance “kick” boards not exceeding 20” in length and noodles considered to be exercise and therapy aids are the only approved floatation devices. Masks or goggles, rubber flippers or fins, and Aquatic Shoes are permitted to assist swimmers with exercise.
Running, jumping, and diving are strictly prohibited in the Pool and Spa.
Anyone deliberately making a nuisance of themselves while using these facilities will be asked to leave immediately by Security.
Persons wearing wet bathing suits are NOT permitted in the Business or Security Offices or any of the Recreational rooms.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES:
Eating or drinking, with the exception of plastic or unbreakable water bottles, within the fenced Pool area is prohibited. Tables and chairs outside of the fenced Pool area and on the upper deck, as well as the adjacent BBQ Picnic Area (if not previously reserved) are available for eating. Check with the Business Office or Security for availability.
Children (persons under the age of 18) are only permitted in the Pool Area during the designated Family Hours, as listed above.
There are NO Lifeguards on duty at any time! Children’s safety is the sole responsibility of the adult resident accompanying them to the Pool.
Children under the age of four (4), or in diapers (including “Huggies Little Swimmers” or similar product) shall NOT be allowed the use of the Pool under any circumstances.
Many residents use the shallow end for therapeutic exercises. Some of our residents are fragile, slow, and unsteady. Children should respect their space and pace and avoid erratic behavior.
It is recommended that children who cannot swim the width of the pool and back unassisted should NOT be allowed in the deep end. The deep end is mostly used for lap swimming. Children swimming at the deep end shall NOT dive, splash, or otherwise interfere with the residents’ swim pattern.
The Spa is for adults 18 years of age and older ONLY. Adult guests may use the Spa only in the presence of their host.
NOTE: THERE ARE NO LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY AT ANY TIME! Please become familiar with the location of the life preservers and safety poles. Use of this safety equipment is for EMERGENCIES ONLY.
Golf Rules To obtain maximum enjoyment from a golf course, it is essential that all players know and apply the basic rules of golf play and golf etiquette. The regulations listed below will govern play on the Friendly Valley courses.
Men’s Play (Exclusive use of Golf Lounge) Wednesday Mornings – 11:30 AM
Women’s Play (Exclusive use of Golf Lounge) Thursday Mornings – 11:30 AM
Only residents and their guests may use the Golf Courses. All guests must be accompanied by a resident golfer who is familiar with the basic rules of golf play and golf etiquette, at all times. Each guest must pay the Guest Fee.
GUEST AGE RESTRICTIONS:
Executive Course: Persons must be at least 18 years of age to play.
Pitch & Putt Course: Children at least 12 years of age shall be allowed to play when accompanied by a resident. Exception: on Wednesdays, no children before 12:30 p.m. on the Pitch & Putt Course.
GUEST FEES: Cash or Checks made out to FVRA must be deposited in the drop box at the Starter Window prior to teeing off.
Executive Course: Guests must pay a Fee of $10.00.
Pitch & Putt Course: Guests must pay a Fee of $2.00.
The Guest Fee allows for all-day play.
Motorized golf carts are NOT allowed on the course.
No person is permitted to walk on the golf course unless accompanying players.
The rules of golf promulgated by the U.S.G.A. and as amended by local rules will govern play on the course. Those in authority may make such local rules as in their opinion are necessary to maintain the spirit of the game, preserve the course, and expedite play.
Each player must have a separate set of clubs.
When the course has been closed for needed maintenance or weather conditions, play will not be permitted.
Play only one ball on a hole except as permitted by U.S.G.A. rules. A driving net has been provided for practice shots.
Slow players must wave following players through when there is a full hole ahead.
When play is crowded, players should do all that is possible to speed up their play.
Let talk and tallying go until arriving at the next tee; leave carts and clubs on the far side of the green being played; move away from green as quickly as possible.
Pets are prohibited on the golf course and golf lounge area at all times.
Dress code: Players must wear suitable and appropriate clothing at all times: Sport and golf shirts, collarless shirts with sleeves, and sleeveless shirts with collars, walking shorts, and golf- or soft-soled shoes. Soft-spiked shoes are permitted, but steel-spiked shoes are not allowed. PROHIBITED: Shoes with heels, short shorts, cut-offs, tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, undershirts, bathing suits, or bare upper torsos.
Repair ball marks on green.
Replace turf after taking divots or fill with provided sand.
Rake sand traps after making shot.
Leave golf cart or bag 10 feet from and toward rear of green while putting.
Abusive language or offensive activities may be grounds for suspension of Golf Course privileges after a Hearing.
Golf Clubs shall be granted priority use of the Golf Courses and Golf Lounge for Club Tournaments and viewing professional Golf Tournaments. Any previously scheduled reservations by residents or Clubs, Classes, or Groups shall be overridden by either the Men’s or Women’s Golf Clubs.