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Members must realize that it is not possible to stipulate exactly the type of clothing that is appropriate, but all Members shall understand the intent of these rules and cooperate accordingly. It is the Member’s responsibility to inform his/her guests of the dress code and ensure that proper attire is worn by his/her guests at the Club. Changing of dress in the parking lot is prohibited. The Club may from time to time request specific attire in certain areas. Metal golf spikes are not permitted anywhere at the Club.

The following rules apply to dress attire for the golf course

  1. Gentlemen – Shirts with a collar (Mocks are acceptable) and golf slacks/shorts are considered appropriate attire.  Shorts must be of conservative tailoring no more than 3” above the knee.  Tank tops, t-shirts, cut-offs, sweat pants, athletic shorts, swim trunks, tennis shorts and blue denim jeans and denim shorts are not permitted.
  2. Ladies – Dresses, skirts, slacks, golf shorts, blouses and golf specific t-shirts are considered appropriate attire.  Skirts and shorts must be of conservative tailoring and no more than 5” to 6” inches above the knee.  Tank tops, t-shirts, cut-offs, halter-tops, sweat pants, athletic shorts, swimsuits, and blue denim jeans and denim shorts are not permitted.
  3. Caps and Hats, if worn, must be worn with the brim facing forward.

Terradyne Events

Tuesday, June 6 2017
Women's $5 Clinic

5:30 - 6:30 pm For session information, please contact the Golf Shop, 733-5851.

Friday, June 9 2017
"The Wapenschaw" Men's Member/Guest Invitational

Please contact the Golf Shop for details and get signed up early!  733-5851.

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Pro Tip

AIM SMALL, MISS SMALL

Quite often when I am playing with members I see them make a good swing with good contact and miss the fairway by twenty yards. Confused, they will look at me and ask what happened. When I ask what they were aiming at, it is amazing how often they reply, “The fairway”. While it seems like a good concept, aiming into a 35 yard wide fairway is not nearly as precise as we need to be. There seems to be an intimidation that settles in on a golfer when I tell them to aim at a branch/sign/etc. in the distance. “I can’t hit that exact line, I’m not good enough”. We don’t have to hit that exact line, but if we can aim at a small target and miss that by a little bit, you will be in much better shape that just aiming at a huge fairway and missing that. Hence the term “Aim small, miss small”.

Trey Hayden
Assistant Golf Professional

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