All full time staff of the District, golf superintendent, pro shop workers, and golf course staff shall be agents of the director of parks and recreation for the District and shall enforce all rules and regulations pertaining to golf.
Each golfer must pay the required green fee.
Golfers on weekends, holidays and busy weekdays may be required to play in foursomes assigned by the staff.
Children under 11 years of age must be accompanied on the course by a responsible adult.
The director’s agents may remove a golfer, or golfers from the golf course for flagrant violation of course rules or golf etiquette (e.g., obnoxious behavior, intoxication, damaging of course, refusal to let people through while holding up play, or failure to follow course design on a hole-to-hole basis).
Trespassers, dog walkers, bicycle riders, picnickers or any other unauthorized person shall not be permitted to walk, ride, or rest on golf course premises.
No person shall submit false information for the purpose of securing golfing privileges.
There will be no tee time reservations for daily green fees. Reservations will only be granted for recognized league or tournament play.
Tournaments and leagues may be scheduled on Twin Lakes Golf Club according to applicable rules and regulations.
Five or more players playing together are not allowed without permission of the director of parks and recreation.
No person shall play the golf course after the course has been closed by the District because of weather or certain maintenance practices.
Twin Lakes Golf Club will open for season play from March through Thanksgiving weekend. This is subject to weather and condition of the golf course.
Only one (1) ball can be played per hole per person.
The acceptable rate of play for 9 holes is 2 hours.
All ball marks and divots must be repaired by player and all bunkers must be raked.
Scores shall be marked on the player’s card only on next tee or thereafter.