Dress Code & Etiquette

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To make sure that your day is enjoyable, we direct your attention to the following rules and regulations that pertain to our members and guests. Your compliance with these regulations in advance of your outing will avoid potential embarrassing situations.  

Golfing Attire
All golfers are requested to be appropriately attired. Appropriate attire shall be considered casual dress consistent with the social atmosphere of an upscale private country club such as; long pants, Bermuda shorts, skirts and dresses of acceptable length, and golf shirts with collars. Shirts and blouses are to be worn tucked in and hats may not be worn facing backwards, nor on the patio or inside the clubhouse. Inappropriate attire shall be considered as short shorts, cargo pants, cargo shorts, dungarees, designer jeans, tank tops, undershirts, tee shirts, bare tops, and sandals.

Golf Carts
Golf carts are to be driven with caution at all times. Please keep golf carts on paths, observe all directional lines, signs and ropes. Also, please keep golf carts at least 25 yards from any tee, green  or bunker. All operators of golf carts must have a valid motor vehicle license. Golf carts are not permitted off Wannamoisett property at any time. 

Course Care
Please repair ball marks, replace divots and rake all bunkers. 

Lost Articles
Wannamoisett Country Club is not responsible for any lost articles. 

Slow Play
Close attention to the speed of play is important. If there is an open hole in front of you, you are probably playing too slowly. Always keep pace with the group in front of you. 

Stipulated Round
All outing guests are restricted to eighteen holes of golf. Please return your golf cart to the cart area located in the lower parking lot immediately after completing your round. 

Cellular Telephones
Cell phones and similar electronic devices are not permitted in the Clubhouse or Golf Shop at anytime. Cell phones may be used in the parking lot only. While on the golf course, cellular telephones may only be used in medical emergencies.