DELAIRE COUNTRY CLUB, INC.

 

A NOT-FOR-PROFIT FLORIDA CORPORATION RULES AND REGULATIONS

Restated February 26, 2019

 

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I.      GENERAL ……………………………………………….………………       2 – 4

II.      MEMBERSHIP AND MEMBERSHIP BONDS ……….……….………         5 - 8

III.       ATTIRE – DRESS CODE ………………………………………….……              8

IV.      DINING ROOM AND CLUBHOUSE ………………………………….         9 - 10

V.      SMOKING POLICY………………………………………….………….             10

VI.      LOCKER ROOMS…………….……………………………….…………            10

VII.      CARD ROOMS ………………………………………………………….             11

VIII.       HOUSE GUESTS. ………………………………………………………..               12

IX.      GOLF …………………………………………………………………….     13 - 23

X.      TENNIS………. ………………………………………………………….            24

XI.      FITNESS CENTER………………………………………………….……             25

XII.       POOL ……………….…………………………………………………….            26

 

I.GENERAL

 

  1. To achieve gender neutrality, the pronoun “their” is used throughout these Rules and Regulations and shall be construed to mean masculine or feminine, singular or plural, wherever the context so requires.

 

  1. Delaire Country Club, Inc. (the “Club”) shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to any property, including automobiles and golf carts, parked, left or stored on the Club property including the cart barn or in members’ lockers.

 

  1. Violation of any of these Rules and Regulations or conduct in a manner prejudicial to the best interest of the Club may subject the member, the member’s family, Significant Other and guests to disciplinary action pursuant to the By-Laws.

 

  1. Use of all Club facilities is at the member’s and their guest’s own risk.

 

  1. No person shall remove from Club property any property belonging to the Club without approval of the General Manager. In case of loss, destruction, defacement or damage to any Club property, the member or their guests causing same shall be held financially responsible for the cost of repair or replacement. A member shall be held financially responsible for the actions of their guests.

 

  1. Except as approved by the Board of Governors, no business, political or commercial advertisement shall be posted or circulated in the clubhouse, nor shall business of any kind be solicited on Club property or upon Club stationery. Notice of charitable and religious functions may be placed on the Club bulletin boards and television station limited to the date and time of the event only with the approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. The membership roster and/or mailing list shall not be used by any member for a business, political or commercial purpose, nor shall a member supply same to anyone for this purpose, unless the content of the material to be sent is approved by the Board of Governors.

 

  1. Other than petitions to request special meetings of the members pursuant to the Articles of Incorporation and/or By-Laws, no petition shall be originated, solicited, circulated or posted within the clubhouse or on Club property.

 

  1. Club property may be used for charitable and religious organizations when approved by the Board of Governors.

 

  1. No vehicle shall be parked, left or stored overnight in the Club parking lot, except with the approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. Members may request the General Manager or designee, to have copies made of personal documents on the Club’s copying machine or to use the fax machine. The General Manager shall exercise discretion regarding the number of copies requested and the time when they shall be done. Charges for those services will be established by the Treasurer of the Club.

 

  1. Dogs or other pets, with the exception of service dogs certified to serve people with disabilities, are only permitted on Club roadways, back patio and sidewalks and must be leashed at all times. Members walking pets within the Delaire Country Club community are required to observe the

 

“Pooper – Scooper” laws.  Emotional support animals are not permitted in the clubhouse or on Club property.

 

  1. Club related complaints or suggestions must be in writing, signed and addressed to the General Manager.

 

  1. Rollerblading, skateboarding and/or skating are not permitted on Club property.

 

  1. Suspended members may not be a guest of a member.

 

  1. Former members who resigned from the Club while not in good standing may not be a guest of a member until such time as their account is paid in full. If such former member settled their account at a discount upon their resignation as disclosed in a settlement statement, they will be considered to be not in good standing until such time as their account is paid in full including the discount amount.

 

  1. The Club will not accept cash or credit card payments in settlement of member billing statements.

 

  1. The President and Treasurer of the Club shall be the only members who have access to Club staff information and personnel files. In the event that either of the above violates the confidentiality of Club staff information, they will be subject to disciplinary action pursuant to the By-Laws.

 

  1. The Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws and Rules and Regulations will be posted in the password- protected members’ only section of the Club website, with a paper copy available upon request at no charge to members.

 

  1. Members may only have access to their own membership file by requesting such access, in writing, to the General Manager.  The access to that file shall be performed in the presence of the General Manager or designee. A member may not have access to the membership file of another member.

 

  1. A member has the right to send any letter, e-mail, or other written correspondence (collectively "communications") to the membership unless the sender has been previously notified, in writing, by a member that they do not want to receive future communications from that sender.  If any such communications are thereafter sent to any member who has previously sent notification to the sender indicating they do not want to receive such future communications, the sending of such communications to that member shall be deemed a violation of these Rules and Regulations and shall subject the sender to disciplinary action pursuant to the By-Laws.

 

  1. Any “gifts” to the Club are subject to the approval of the Board of Governors.  Gifts include cash, merchandise and/or services.

 

  1. The recording (video or audio) of any meeting of the Members, the Board of Governors or any Committee, is prohibited unless authorized by the Board of Governors.

 

  1. Regarding Club staff:

    1. No member or guest shall offer, nor shall any Club staff including valet parking attendants accept, payment of a gratuity or tip, except at private functions.

    2. Members must not request personal services from any Club staff that are on duty. Any Club staff that performs such services may be subject to disciplinary action.

    3. A member or guest shall not verbally or otherwise abuse or discipline any Club staff.

    4. No member shall request that any Club staff leave Club property for any reason.

 

  1. Members should immediately report any Club staff not rendering courteous and prompt service to the General Manager.

  2. No outside instructor or service provider, other than persons engaged or authorized by the Club, shall be permitted to use any Club facility for instructional or training purposes.

 

 

II.MEMBERSHIP AND MEMBERSHIP BONDS

 

  1. Resident Equity Membership

    1. A Resident Equity member who sells their Delaire property and moves outside of the Delaire Country Club community may submit an application pursuant to the By-Laws within thirty

(30) days of the date of closing of their Delaire property to become a Non-Resident Non- Equity member and not be subject to the membership quantity cap thereon established by the Board of Governors. To be eligible, the Resident Equity member must become a Non- Resident Non-Equity member effective upon the approval of their application by the Board of Governors.

 

B.Non-Resident Equity Membership

  1. Except for a Resident Equity member that became a Non-Resident Equity member, in the event that a Non-Resident Equity member purchases a Delaire property, the member will be responsible for the full amount of the then established initiation fee and Membership Bond, less a credit for any initiation fee or Membership Bond previously paid.

 

C.Associate Equity Membership

  1. Effective May 26, 2017, Equity members may not apply to become an Associate Equity member.

  2. When a member is offered the opportunity to become an Associate Equity member and they choose to not accept the offer, their position on the application list will drop to the bottom of the list.

  3. When an accepted opening occurs for an Equity member to become an Associate Equity Member that change in membership will occur on the first day of the following fiscal quarter of the Club.

 

D.Immediate Family Guests (One (1) up and Two (2) down)

  1. Immediate Family Guests shall only include parents, children and grandchildren of an Equity member and their spouse or Significant Other.

  2. Immediate Family Guests may not have guests at any time, except as designated by the Board of Governors.

 

E.Immediate Family Guests with Expanded Privileges

  1. An Equity member, except an Associate Equity member, in good standing, shall have the right on behalf of an Immediate Family Guest to apply to the Club to obtain expanded privileges for such Immediate Family Guest, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors. Such Immediate Family Guest with Expanded Privileges will have the additional privileges of playing golf at any time, use of a free rental cart, having guest(s) and playing in golf tournaments, subject to joining either the Delaire Women’s Golf Association or the Delaire Men’s Golf Association. The Immediate Family Guest with Expanded Privileges shall not:

    1. Hold equity in the Club,

    2. Have the right to vote,

    3. Be eligible to serve on the Board of Governors,

    4. Be eligible to serve on committees as a member of the committee.

 

  1. The Immediate Family Guest with Expanded Privileges will have their own account number for all Club charges. The Equity member shall be contingently responsible for payment to the Club of all dues, fees and other charges incurred by and not paid by the Immediate Family Guest with Expanded Privileges. Any dues and assessments that have been paid for the expanded privileges shall not be refunded.

 

  1. In the event that the Equity member is no longer in good standing, any and all expanded privileges granted to an Immediate Family Guest shall immediately be suspended and all outstanding dues, fees and other charges associated with the Immediate Family Guest with Expanded Privileges shall become immediately due and payable.

 

F.Immediate Family Guests with Guest Privileges

  1. An Equity member, except an Associate Equity member, in good standing, shall have the right on behalf of an Immediate Family Guest (children and grandchildren only) to apply to the Club to obtain guest privileges for such Immediate Family Guest, subject to the approval of the Board of Governors. Such Immediate Family Guest with Guest Privileges will have the additional privileges of having guest(s) to play golf and other activities after 1:00 p.m. and may bring guests to the dining room subject to a twenty percent (20%) service charge. They cannot compete in golf tournaments unless the rules of a given tournament are expressly modified. The Immediate Family Guest with Guest Privileges shall not:

    1. Hold equity in the Club,

    2. Have the right to vote,

    3. Be eligible to serve on the Board of Governors,

    4. Be eligible to serve on committees as a member of the committee.

  2. The Immediate Family Guest with Guest Privileges will have their own account number for all Club charges. The Equity member shall be contingently responsible for payment to the Club of all dues, fees and other charges incurred by and not paid by the Immediate Family Guest with Guest Privileges. Any dues that have been paid for the guest privileges shall not be refunded.

  3. In the event that the Equity member is no longer in good standing, any and all guest privileges granted to an Immediate Family Guest shall immediately terminate and all outstanding dues, fees and other charges associated with the Immediate Family Guest with Guest Privileges shall become immediately due and payable.

 

G.Non-Resident Non-Equity Membership

  1. Non-Resident Non-Equity members may bring guests to use Club facilities subject to the By- Laws and the Rules and Regulations, at any time, as long as the member is present.

 

H.Alumni Membership

  1. General Eligibility – The Alumni Membership program is available to present Equity members in good standing. To be eligible for an Alumni Membership, the Equity member must have a minimum of ten (10) years as an Equity member.

  2. Rights – An Alumni member will have use of the Club dining facilities, tennis and fitness center, card rooms and pool with the same guest privileges as a Non- Resident Non-Equity member.  Except as a guest and subject to the guest restrictions and applicable guest charges in the golf Rules & Regulations, an Alumni member will not be able to use the golf course orgolf facilities or attend golf program functions. An Alumni member will not be able to be the designated guest on a daily basis of an unmarried Equity member.

  3. Assessments –

    1. An Alumni member is subject to operating assessments at the discretion of the Board of Governors.

    2. An Alumni member is not subject to capital assessments.

 

  1. Resident Equity Member Eligibility – A Resident Equity member must sell their Delaire property and move out of the Delaire Country Club community and either:

    1. Within ninety (90) days of the date of closing on the sale of their Delaire property, submit an application pursuant to the By-Laws to become an Alumni member; or

    2. Within thirty (30) days of the date of closing on the sale of their Delaire property, submit an application pursuant to the By-Laws to become a Non-Resident Non- Equity member effective upon the approval of their application by the Board of Governors. Such member may thereafter elect to become an Alumni member as of the first day of the Club’s next fiscal year following such election by giving written notice to the Club and submitting their application pursuant to the By-Laws; or

    3. Within thirty (30) days of the date of closing on the sale of their Delaire property to an entity or person who executes a builder’s agreement with the Club:

      1. Pay, or have paid, all dues, capital assessments and other charges pursuant to the By-Laws for the remainder of the fiscal year during which the Delaire property is sold.

      2. Allow the Club to retain the member’s Membership Bond until the end of the Club’s fiscal year during which the Delaire property is sold.

      3. Move out of the Delaire Country Club community.

      4. Prior to the end of the fiscal year during which the Delaire property is sold to an entity or person who executes a builder’s agreement with the Club, member submits an application pursuant to the By-Laws to become an Alumni member as of the first day of the Club’s next fiscal year.

  2. Non-Resident Equity Member Eligibility – A Non-Resident Equity member may elect to become an Alumni member and must contribute their Membership Bond to the Club as an additional non-refundable initiation fee.  A Non-Resident Equity member shall become an Alumni member as of the first day of the Club’s next fiscal year following such election by giving written notice to the Club and submitting their application pursuant to the By-Laws.

    1. If the member presently owns a Membership Bond of $25,000 or more, the member shall contribute the full value of their Membership Bond.

    2. If the member presently owns a Membership Bond of less than $25,000, the member shall purchase an additional Membership Bond in order to make the full value of their Membership Bond be $25,000.  The member shall contribute the full value of their Membership Bond.

 

I.Tenant Privileges

  1. Tenants assigned membership use rights pursuant to the By-Laws shall not be able to extend the term of such membership use rights by virtue of the Immediate Family Guest rule.

  2. A Resident member that has purchased a second Delaire property and has transferred their membership to such property shall have the right to rent their first property and assign

 

membership use rights to a tenant without payment of an additional initiation fee for up to two times provided that the first property is and remains listed for sale. Subsequent to the second rental, the member may assign membership use rights to a tenant only upon the payment of the then designated initiation fee.

 

J.Mailing Address

  1. Each member shall be responsible to file with the Club office, in writing, a mailing address to which all notices, voting materials and billing statements shall be sent. The member shall be held to have received all Club mailings and statements ten (10) days after they have been mailed to the address on file with the Club office.

  2. In the absence of a mailing address on file with the Club office, any Club mailing may be addressed as the General Manager deems to be appropriate to cause its delivery.

 

III.ATTIRE – DRESS CODE

 

  1. Evening Dining

    1. Men and women are not allowed to wear shorts, except at pool dining events and golf functions unless otherwise specified.

    2. Men and women are not allowed to wear tee shirts. All shirts on men must be collared and tucked in (except those manufactured as untucked type shirts). Mock turtlenecks are permitted.

 

B.Daytime Dining

Men and women are permitted to wear dress pants, neat jeans, shorts, tee shirts, and/or collared shirts.  All shirts on men must be tucked in (except those manufactured as untucked type shirts).

 

C.Jacket when specified

Men – Jacket and collared shirts are required and no jeans, shorts or golf shirts are allowed. Women – Dress, skirt or dress pants are required and no golf shirts are allowed.

 

D.The following are not allowed in the Dining Room or Bar/Lounge/Grill Room area after 11:00 a.m.:

  1. Tank tops

  2. Bathing suits or swim attire, even with a cover-up (unless eating on patio, which shall require a cover-up)

  3. Cut-offs

  4. Sweat pants

  5. Sweaty clothing

  6. Gym apparel

  7. Hats or visors on men unless needed for medical purposes

  8. Extremely short shorts

  9. Bare midriffs

  10. Torn denim

  11. Undershirts posing as tee shirts typically worn underneath another shirt

 

  1. Members are responsible for informing guests of the dress code.  The dress code is applicable to all those age thirteen (13) and older.

 

  1. No obscene, lewd or offensive lettering or design shall be permitted on any clothing or attire at any time.

 

IV.DINING ROOM AND CLUBHOUSE

 

  1. Children under the age of thirteen (13) are not permitted in the dining room unless accompanied by an adult who is responsible for their conduct.

 

  1. Children under the age of eighteen (18) are not permitted in the bar-lounge area, unless accompanied by an adult or in the card rooms at any time.

 

  1. No committee shall plan or set dates for dining room activities without the prior approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. The Food and Beverage Committee may request that the General Manager designate certain nights as “Members Only” Club events.

 

  1. Immediate Family Guests, Tenants, and registered House Guests may attend “Members Only” designated Club social and cultural events. A “Members Only” designated Club social or cultural event does not include any business meetings (whether annual, special, or town hall meetings of the members) not including or typically considered a social type event. Tenants and House Guests are not allowed to attend “Members Only” events designated as a business meeting.

 

  1. Members are required to sign vouchers for all Club charges and affix their assigned  account numbers.

 

  1. Club staff are not permitted to deliver food or beverages to locations outside the immediate area of the clubhouse, except by approval of the General Manager Catering/Social Director, or Dining Room Manager.

 

  1. All food and beverage consumed on Club property shall be furnished by the Club, except by approval of the General Manager, Catering/Social Director, or Dining Room Manager.

 

  1. Members are to assist in maintaining required dinner dining service levels by making reservations for dining forty-eight (48) hours before the day involved. The courtesy of advising of changes or cancellations is requested not later than 2:00 p.m. on the day involved.

    1. The  Club  reserves  the  right  to  refuse  service  to  those  members  and  guests  without  a reservation on evenings that require a reservation at the Dining Room Manager discretion.

 

  1. A party with more than twelve (12) persons will be considered as a private party and therefore, will be subject to a twenty percent (20%) service charge. This rule does not apply for President’s Week, Easter Brunch, Passover Seder and 2nd Day of Passover, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day Weekend, Father’s Day, July 4th (weekend, if applicable), Labor Day Weekend, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving Weekend, and the Christmas through New Year’s period as designated on the Club calendar.

 

  1. A party of more than twenty (20) persons must have the approval of the General Manager, Catering/Social Director, or Dining Room Manager.

 

  1. The General Manager, Catering/Social Director or Dining Room Manager must be contacted to reserve a room for an event. Reserving a room is subject to availability.

 

  1. Food from a buffet obtained by a member or guest shall not be shared with a non-paying diner. If food is shared with a non-paying diner during any ala carte menu, an additional charge may be imposed.

 

  1. All decorations and entertainment equipment/party supplies must have approval of the General Manager, Catering/Social Director, or Dining Room Manager and be removed immediately following the function.

 

  1. No performance by entertainers is allowed on Club property, except by approval of the General Manager, Catering/Social Director, or Dining Room Manager.

 

  1. Alcoholic beverages will not be served or sold, nor permitted to be consumed on Club property during hours prohibited by law. No alcoholic beverages will be sold or served to any person not permitted to purchase the same under the laws of the State of Florida or be sold for off Club property consumption.

 

  1. The Club supplies members, included in their dues, with coffee, tea, bagels and muffins in the breakfast area. Members, their families and guests shall not remove food from this area.

 

  1. All cars must be parked only in the parking areas provided for by the Club. Cars will not be permitted to be parked under the Porte-cochere or in the driveway of the clubhouse longer than necessary to take on or discharge passengers.

 

  1. Private parties: A member may sponsor a non-member or organization function with the approval of the General Manager. The member will be responsible for all charges and violations of any By-Law or Rule of the Club.

 

  1. No members employees, including but not limited to maids, housekeepers, nurses, drivers, babysitters, attendants or others, may have access to the Club dining room, bar lounge area or any other Club facility, unless they are accompanied by the member and are attired appropriately.

 

  1. No person, other than Club staff, is permitted in the Club’s kitchen at any time, unless approved by the General Manager or Head Chef.

 

V.SMOKING POLICY (INCLUDING VAPING)

  1. There shall be no smoking in indoor Club facilities, such as the clubhouse, golf course restrooms, or in any Club building or at the pool facilities.

 

VI.LOCKER ROOMS

  1. Towels are for use in the locker rooms only and are not to be removed.

 

  1. Only members and their guests are permitted to use the locker room facilities.

 

  1. Children under the age of thirteen (13) must be accompanied by an adult.

 

VII.CARD ROOMS

  1. Guests are welcome in the ladies’ and men’s card rooms every day, subject to the restrictions noted below.

 

  1. Before 6:00 p.m., only men are allowed to play cards in the men’s card room, except by approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. Before 6:00 p.m., only women are allowed to play cards in the women’s card room, except by approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. A member may have a maximum of three (3) guests on any given day.

 

  1. The same guest, unless the guest of an unmarried Equity member who has not designated a Significant Other is:

    1. Allowed to play in the card rooms before 6:00 p.m., limited to one time per week from October 15 through May 14.

    2. Limited to the above restriction regardless of how many different members act as host or hostess.

    3. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in subsections 1. and/or 2. above, from May 15 through October 14, the same guest may play in the card rooms before 6:00 p.m. up to five (5) times per week.

 

  1. There are no restrictions on guests after 6:00 p.m.

 

  1. Parents and children eighteen (18) years of age or older of members under the Immediate Family Guest rule may play in the card rooms whenever members may play without limitations to the number of times.

 

  1. All guests must be signed in each day by the member host or hostess on a guest card provided by the card room attendant.  Members who do not register their guests, or register their guests under a false name, are violating the Clubs’ rules.

 

  1. The Club supplies members, included in their dues, with coffee, tea and snacks in the card rooms. Members, their families and guests shall not remove food from this area, except for small amounts of snacks.

 

  1. Food or beverages other than those provided specifically for the card rooms may not be brought into the card room prior to 6:00 p.m.  Food and beverages may be brought into the card room after 6:00 p.m. only on nights when the Club is not serving dinner.

 

  1. The ladies or men’s card rooms may not be used for any special event, except by approval of the General Manager.

 

VIII.HOUSE GUESTS

  1. A House Guest is a person who is living in the home of an Equity member while the host member is also in residence at the same time and who is not an Immediate Family Guest.

 

  1. Members must notify the Club office of the names and attendance dates of any House Guests, so the various department heads can be notified.

 

  1. A Visitor’s Card must be issued to the House Guest to permit access to the Club’s facilities.

 

  1. A House Guest may be issued a Visitor’s Card for a maximum of fourteen (14) days as a House Guest during the calendar year.

 

  1. A House Guest must sign for all guest charges using the host member’s name and account number, as well as their own name if the host member is not in attendance.

 

  1. The host member is responsible for all charges incurred by a House Guest

 

  1. House Guests are subject to all guest fees, which will be charged to the host member’s account number.

 

  1. House Guests are not permitted to have guests.

 

IX.GOLF

 

GOLF PRO SHOP PH# 561-499-0770 STARTER PH# 561-637-3470

GOLF PRO SHOP OPENS DAILY:

October 15th – May 14th 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. May 15th – October 14th 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

DELAIRE T.V. CHANNEL

Please check the Delaire Hotwire community channel for notice of golf course opening or closing and other news.

LIGHTNING WARNING SYSTEM

At the sound of the lightning alarm system, all players MUST leave the golf course, driving range, and practice putting green immediately.

ONE (1) BLAST- MUST LEAVE COURSE TWO (2) BLASTS-ALL CLEAR

A.Tournament Rules

  1. To participate in a major tournament, a member must belong to either the Delaire Women’s Golf Association or the Delaire Men’s Golf Association. However, members not belonging to the Men’s or Women’s Golf Associations are allowed to play in the Men’s or Women’s Club Championship.

  2. Tenants who join the Men’s or Women’s Golf Associations are:

    1. Allowed to play in the Women’s Tuesday tournaments and the Men’s Wednesday tournaments.

    2. Not allowed to play in the Men’s or Women’s Club Championship.

    3. Not allowed to play in the Men’s or Women’s major golf tournaments.

  3. Each Tuesday for Women and each Wednesday for Men, from the respective season opening tournament to May 14th, unless otherwise noted, all twenty-seven (27) holes are reserved for Association play. All tournament play begins at 8:30 a.m. as shotgun starts, unless otherwise specified.

    1. On Tuesdays, male and female members not playing in the Women’s Association tournament may play golf only after the women’s 9-hole tournament play is finished.

    2. On Wednesday, male members not playing in the Men’s Association tournament may play golf on the open nine holes. Female members may not play golf before 12:00 p.m.

  4. Members will assemble in the lounge area no later than 8:15 a.m. for tournament format and other specifics from the Golf Professionals.

  5. Sign-up sheets will be posted in the Men’s and Women’s locker rooms one (1) week in advance of a tournament. Women will have a cut off time of 3:00 p.m. Sunday to sign-up unless otherwise specified. Men will have a cut off time of 5:00 p.m. to sign-up on the day prior to the tournament unless otherwise specified. Under certain circumstances, the Golf Professional, the Golf Committee Chair, or the Delaire Women’s Golf Association President or Delaire Men’s Golf Committee Chairman have the discretion to make adjustments.

  6. When a member signs up to play, they have made a commitment. If a member is unable to play after signing up, the member should call the golf shop by 5:00 p.m. the day prior to the tournament to cancel but must call no later than 7:00 a.m. the day of the tournament.

  7. In the event of a late entry, the Golf Committee Chair or Golf Professional may rearrange foursomes.

 

  1. U.S.G.A rules govern all play, except when modified by local rules. In the event that a decision is necessary, a final ruling will be made by the Tournament Committee or the Golf Professional.

  2. Scorecards must be handed in at the Golf Pro Shop Scoreboard upon completion of play. In stroke play events, all scorecards must be signed and attested. All scorecards must be completed with scores for each hole individually identifiable. Failure to hand in properly completed scorecards may result in ineligibility for prizes.

  3. The Golf Professionals will only post scores for all Women’s Tuesday tournaments, Men’s Wednesday tournaments, Women’s Major Tournaments and Men’s Major Tournaments. Tournaments may be cancelled due to threatening or inclement weather by the Golf Professional, the Delaire Women’s Golf Association President or Delaire Men’s Golf Association President or Tournament Chair.

  4. Once a tournament has begun, current handicaps will be used for all tournament rounds unless otherwise specified.

  5. Men’s and Women’s major tournaments are:

    1. Club Championships,

    2. Men’s Member-Member,

    3. Men’s President Cup,

    4. Men’s Governors Cup,

    5. Women’s Delaire Cup,

    6. Women’s Member-Member,

    7. Joe Jones Classic.

  6. Finals of the Club Championship, Championship flights, must be played on Championship Sunday (weather permitting) prior to the golf awards’ ceremony.

  7. Formats for the above tournaments are to be determined by the Men’s or Women’s respective Committees and the Golf Committee Chair(s).

  8. Twenty-seven (27) holes are reserved for the following golf tournaments:

    1. Men’s Member Guest,

    2. Women’s Member Guest,

    3. Delaire Charity tournaments,

    4. Tournaments approved by the Board of Governors.

  9. All tournaments’ formats are subject to change at the discretion of the Tournament Committee.

  10. Tournament results will be posted on the community T.V. channel and the scoreboard outside the golf pro shop and in the locker rooms.

  11. The percentage of handicaps used for golf tournaments will follow the recommendation of the U.S.G.A. handicap manual for each format.

    1. See the Delaire Women’s Golf Association directory or the Delaire Men’s Golf Association handbook for details.

 

B.Tournament Format Definitions

  1. Better Ball of Foursome – Each player gets their handicap strokes on each hole as they fall on the scorecard. On each hole the one lowest net score of the foursome is used.

  2. 1 Better Ball of Twosome – Each player gets their handicap strokes as they fall on the scorecard. On each hole the lowest net score of the twosome is used.

  3. Scramble – Each team consists of four (4) players. On each hole, each player hits their drive then selects a drive of the foursome. Each player then hits a second shot from the spot where the selected drive lies and the best second shot of the foursome is selected. This process is repeated including putting, until the hole is completed.

  4. Step Aside Scramble – Each team consists of four (4) players. On each hole, each player hits their drive then selects a drive of the foursome. Each player then hits a second shot, except the player whose ball is used, must step aside and not hit. The remaining players then hit from the spot where the selected drive lies and the best second shot is selected. This process is repeated including putting, until the hole is completed.

  5. Points Quota – Each player subtracts their handicap from 54. Example-an 18 handicap needs 36 points- a 24 handicap needs 30 points. The number is the numbers of points the player has to make in 18 holes. Points are awarded as follows: using your gross score on each hole, 1 point for double bogey, 2 points for bogey, 3 points for par, 4 points for birdie, 5 points for eagle and 6 points for double eagle.

  6. 2 Better Balls of Foursome – Each player gets their handicap strokes as they fall on the scorecard. On each hole the lowest two net scores are added to make the team score for that hole.

  7. 1-2-3 Tournament – Each team consists of four (4) players. Each player gets their handicap strokes as they fall on the scorecard. On the par 5’s the 1 lowest net score is used, on par 4’s the 2 lowest net scores are used; on par 3’s the 3 lowest net scores are used. They are added together on each hole and put on scorecard.

  8. Jack & Jill – Each team consists of two (2) men and two (2) women. On each hole the best ball net of the men is added with the best ball net of the women.

  9. Yellow or Pink Ball Tournament – This format is always played as an accompanying tournament. A numbered yellow or pink ball is assigned to each team. Each player uses the yellow or pink ball instead of their ball on every 4th hole. The team determines the sequence at the first hole and it cannot be altered in any way. If the yellow or pink ball goes out of bounds, or is lost in water or anywhere else, the team is disqualified from the yellow ball tournament format. A separate scorecard is kept for the yellow or pink ball, net gross depending on the tournament format. The player using the yellow or pink ball can use their score on that hole for both tournaments.

  10. Beat The Pro – Using their full handicap each member plays individually against the Pro, subtracting their handicap from gross score for a net score. The member’s net score is totaled against the Professional gross score.

  11. Match Play – The game is played by holes. A hole is won by the side that holes its ball in fewer strokes. In a handicap match, the lower net score wins the hole.

  12. Foursomes – Two (2) players are partners playing alternative shots and alternate teeing grounds.

  13. Pinehurst – Two (2) players are partners, both players drive. After the drives, alternate balls and hit the second shots. After the second shots, select a ball to complete the hole with alternate shots.

  14. Shambles – Each player of foursomes drives. Choose a drive and all players play their own ball into the hole from the spot where the drive is chosen.

  15. Ryder Cup – Combination of various formats to be determined (usually 4 ball, foursomes, and singles).

 

C.Local Rules

  1. All perimeter canals are out-of-bounds.

  2. Embedded ball rule is in effect through the green.

  3. Mulch and pine straw are defined as loose impediments.

  4. Stakes and wires supporting newly planted trees are immovable obstructions.

  5. The coquina paths on the course are an integral part of the course (no free relief).

  6. The wooden and stone walls surrounding hazards are an integral part of the course (no free relief).

  7. The use of artificial distance devices that measure distance only is permitted.

  8. The maintenance grooves that surround the greens are free relief, for the lie of the ball and area of intended swing (no relief for interference of stance).

  9. The roundabout by the green of Hills #4 is part of the obstruction.

  10. Accidentally causing a ball to move on the putting green – no penalty, replace ball. Members should check the scorecard to see additional local rules that are then in effect.

D.Local Information

  1. Colored flags on flagsticks are as follows:

    1. Red Flag – Front pin placement

    2. White Flag – Center pin placement

    3. Blue or Yellow Flag – Back pin placement

  2. Golf carts must be kept at least thirty (30) feet away from slopes of greens and wet areas and/or outside “green and white” stakes, unless the player has a handicapped flagged cart whereby the player may park by the “blue and white” stakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. General Rules

    1. General

      1. All rules infractions should be reported to the Golf Professional with the member’s name on the cart or cart number(s) as identification.

    2. Starter and Staging Area:

      1. ALL players MUST register with the Starter before beginning play.

      2. ALL players MUST register their guests in the golf shop before play.

      3. The Starter will be responsible for assigning all play. All players of the group must be assembled and ready to play before checking in with the starter.

      4. One player of each foursome should check in with the Starter for their starting hole assignment.

      5. All players must check course conditions at the Starter and/or the 1st tees before play. Conditions include cart rules, summer or winter rules, etc.

    3. Playing time:

      1. Lakes and Hills open at 8:00 a.m.  Woods opens at 7:45 a.m.

      2. All courses are available for play only from the 1st tees between 7:45 and 8:00 a.m.

      3. No one may start playing golf on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

      4. No one may start playing golf starting the Saturday morning before Christmas until the Sunday after January 1st from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

      5. Twosomes and singles;

        1. The starter has the discretion to pair up twosomes at any time to improve the flow of play.

        2. Tee-off times may be restricted to only playing nine (9) holes before 8:00

  2. during:

    1. All weekends during the winter season.

    2. The  Saturday  before  Christmas  through  the  Sunday  after  New Year’s Day.

    3. All other holiday weeks during the winter season.

      1. May tee-off after 12:30 p.m. any time of the year.

  3. Golf course rotation always goes as follows unless otherwise directed by the starter:

    1. Hills to Woods

    2. Woods to Lakes

    3. Lakes to Hills

 

  1. The starter or Golf Professional may utilize a shotgun start when they deem it necessary. When the group shot-gunned is making their “1st” turn and reaches the 1st tee of their second nine they have the right of way. When the group shot-gunned is making their “2nd” turn to complete their round they will continue to have the right of way.

  2. If a group stops for lunch between nines, they lose their place in the rotation and must report to the starter who will direct them to the appropriate tee for their 2nd nine.

  3. All carts signs indicating traffic flow must be strictly adhered to, especially in the staging area.

  4. Large golf groups

    1. Groups of more than 12 players may NOT tee off on the same 1st tee before 1:00 p.m.

    2. A maximum number of 24 players may be permitted to tee off the same 1st tee before 1:00 p.m. with permission from the Golf Professional.

 

  1. Groups of 13-24 players will be assigned a specific course to be played, in foursomes, as soon as such course opens for play in the morning.

 

F.Driving Range

  1. Range balls must be hit from the designated areas only.

  2. The driving range is always open except:

    1. Monday before 11 a.m.

    2. Thursday after 5:00 p.m.

    3. Friday before 7:45 a.m.

    4. Sunday after 5:00 p.m.

  3. When the course is closed due to inclement weather, the driving range will be open or closed at the discretion of the Golf Course Superintendent.

  4. The professional staff will use the east end of the driving range for teaching.

  5. Range balls are Club property and are for use ONLY on the driving range and practice shortgame area.

 

G.Rules on the Golf Course

  1. Sneakers or soft spike golf shoes are required for all practice facilities and the golf course.

  2. All golfers must use a golf cart when playing before 1:00 p.m.

  3. Walking is permitted after 1:00 p.m. Bags must be carried; the use of pull carts is prohibited.

  4. All golf carts and members walking must have a sand container. It may be obtained at the starter area.

  5. For safety and maintenance purposes, any activities other than golf without the approval of the General Manager or Golf Professional are prohibited anywhere on the golf course.

 

H.Golf Etiquette

  1. Each person using the golf course shall do their part to make a round of golf at Delaire a pleasant experience for everyone.

  2. All players must repair ball marks on the greens.

  3. All players must place sand in divots.

  4. All players must rake bunkers properly; rakes are to be placed outside of and parallel to bunkers, away from line of play.

  5. If a group is not holding its place on the course, the group should invite the players following them to play through.

  6. All members are required to follow the instructions of the rangers, whether it is to speed up play, allow faster groups to play through, or any other action to improve the pace of play.

  7. Disregarding a ranger’s request(s) or not following golf rules may result in the Golf Committee Chair filing a complaint against an individual with the Grievance committee. To do so, the Golf Committee Chair must have a majority vote of the Golf Committee.

  8. Don’t waste time. Be ready to make your shot when it is your turn to play, and don’t be afraid to play out of turn, if doing so will contribute to the smooth flow of play, and not endanger anyone.

  9. Taking two (2) or more clubs with you leaving the cart to go to your ball is a good idea, when doing so take sand to fill divots.

  10. Park golf carts in front of the green is not permitted. Players are to observe the rules for “green and white” and “blue and white” stakes.

  11. Players are to park their golf carts on the cart path adjacent to the green with all four wheels on the path.

  12. When play of a hole is completed, players are to leave the green promptly and proceed to the next tee box without delay. Do the scoring for the completed hole at the next tee box.

 

  1. Do not practice on the course as you would at the driving range. Repeated hitting of balls from one spot is not permitted on the course.

  2. Range balls are Club property, and are for use ONLY on the driving range and practice shortgame area.

  3. Chipping on the practice putting green is prohibited.

 

I.Handicap

  1. The Handicap Committee will determine if there are any violations by members turning in their scores. If there are, the Handicap Committee (Handicap Chair, Men’s, Women’s Handicap Chair, Golf Chair(s), and Head Golf Professional) can adjust the handicap of a player as they deem appropriate.

  2. One of the U.S.G.A.’s most significant accomplishments has been the development and maintenance of the U.S.G.A Handicap System, which is designated to allow golfers of differing abilities to compete with each other on an equitable basis, thereby increasing the enjoyment players derive from a round of golf.

  3. Handicaps are computed in the handicap computer under supervision of the Golf Professional and Handicap Committee in accordance with current U.S.G.A. Handicap Rules.

  4. All scores should be posted within twenty-four (24) hours of the round played.

  5. All scores from courses other than Delaire should be posted in the handicap computer using the course slope and course rating.

  6. All players must post their 18-hole scores. If a player does not complete 18 holes, but plays 13 or more holes they shall post a score by adding the number of strokes actually played and the total of par for the un-played holes, plus any handicap strokes the player is entitles to for the un-played holes.

  7. All players are required to post nine-hole scores. If a player does not complete 9 holes, but plays 7 holes or more they shall post a score by adding the number of strokes actually played and the total of par for the un-played holes, plus any handicap strokes the player is entitled to for the un-played holes. The handicap computer will combine two nine scores for an 18 hole score.

  8. Should a member have a temporary disability, they must apply to the Golf Committee/Handicap Committee for a temporary adjustment for their playing handicap.

  9. Equitable Stroke Control – Sets a maximum number that a player can post on any holes depending on the player’s course handicap. For handicap purposes, a player is required to adjust their individual hole scores (actual or probable) when they are higher than the maximum number you can post per the following chart. There is no limit to the number of holes on which you can adjust your score.

18 Hole Course Handicap      Maximum Score on any Hole

  1. or Less                                  Double Bogey

  2. through 19                          7

20 through 29                          8

30 through 39                          9

40 and above                           10

 

  1. The U.S.G.A. rules state that players may NOT post a round that has been played alone.

 

J.Golfers with Disabilities

  1. A disabled golfer is a member or guest who is temporarily or permanently disabled.

  2. The member or guest must apply to the Golf Professional for a special flag to be put on their golf cart. The handicap flag allows the member specific driving privileges on the golf course (“blue and white” stakes).

 

  1. Handicap flag holders must not ride in areas marked “no carts”.

  2. If the course is restricted for play due to heavy rains and poor fairway conditions by requiring players to keep their cart in the rough, or to use the ninety degree rule, carts with handicap flags must also follow these restrictions.

  3. The Golf Pro Shop will provide the disabled member or guest with written instructions regarding these privileges.

 

K.Guest Rules and Fees

  1. General

    1. All guests must be registered by a member in the Golf Pro Shop before using any part of the golf facilities. All members must give a guest receipt to the Starter prior to the start of play.

    2. A member may have a maximum of three (3) guests per day. However, with approval of the General Manager or Golf Professional, a member may have additional guests after 1:00 p.m.

    3. Guests may not play on days of tournaments until completion of the tournament.

  2. Children /Junior Golfers

    1. Children under the age of sixteen (16) are considered Junior Golfers.

    2. To use the golf facilities, Junior Golfers must either:

      1. Be accompanied at all times by someone seventeen (17) or older.

      2. Have approval or certification from the Golf Professional.

    3. Junior Golfers are not permitted to play any day before 1:00 p.m. unless they have approval or certification from the Golf Professional.

    4. Children under the age of twelve (12) using the practice facilities are not required to wear a collared shirt; however shirts must have sleeves and must be tucked in. They must wear appropriate shorts or pants according to the published dress code.

  3. House Guests – Not Including Immediate Family Guests

    1. House Guests may play a maximum of fourteen (14) times during the calendar year as a House Guest.

    2. House Guests may play anytime accompanied by a member, except Tuesday and Wednesday morning and must observe rules for Saturday, Sunday, holidays and tournaments.

    3. House Guests may play unaccompanied by a member after 1:00 p.m. any day.

    4. House Guests may use the host member’s cart with no cart fee charge.

    5. House Guests are required to pay a green fee which is charged to the host member’s account.

  4. Immediate Family Guests (One (1) up and Two (2) down)

    1. Immediate Family Guests cannot compete in any tournament unless the rules of a given tournament are expressly modified.

    2. Immediate Family Guests may play with the host member an unlimited number of times free of charge at any time.

    3. Immediate Family Guests may play unaccompanied by the host member after 1:00

p.m. an unlimited number of times free of charge.

  1. Immediate Family Guests may play with a member, other than the host member, a maximum of eighteen (18) times during the calendar year before 1:00 p.m. free of charge. After the 18th time, the Immediate Family Guest may play with a member other than the host member six (6) additional times before 1:00 p.m. as a guest with the payment of the appropriate guest fee.

 

  1. If an Immediate Family Guest plays with an unmarried Equity member as the unmarried Equity member’s daily guest, that round of golf will be subject to the restrictions shown above.

 

  1. Staff Playing Privileges

    1. The General Manager, all Department Heads and assistant Golf Professionals may use the golf facilities at the discretion of the General Manager or the Golf Professional.

    2. All golf staff may play after 2:00 p.m. at the discretion of the Golf Professional.

    3. All of the above may have guests, at no charge, with the prior approval of the Golf Professional.

  2. Other Guest(s)

    1. At no time are guests, other than Immediate Family Guests or House Guests allowed to use the golf facilities without being accompanied by the host member.

    2. Seasonal Guest Schedule, Restrictions and Fees – October 15th – May 14th

      1. Seasonal Schedule and Restrictions:

        1. A guest may play six (6) times during this period.

        2. Monday – Guests allowed anytime.

        3. Tuesday – Guests allowed after 12:00 p.m.

        4. Wednesday – Guests allowed after 12:00 p.m.

        5. Thursday – Guests allowed anytime.

        6. Friday – Guests allowed anytime.

        7. Saturday – Guests allowed before 9:30 a.m. or after 11:30 a.m.

        8. Sunday – Guests allowed before 9:30 a.m. or after 11:30 a.m.

      2. Seasonal Guest Fees:

        1. Guest Fee – 18 holes – Per the current published rate.

        2. Cart Fee – 18 holes – Per player at the current published rate.

        3. Guest Fee – 9 holes – Per the current published rate.

        4. Cart Fee – 9 holes – Per player at the current published rate.

    3. Summer Guest Schedule, Restrictions and Fees – May 15th – October 14th

      1. Summer Schedule and Restrictions:

        1. Members are not required to pay green fees for guests on Thursdays and Fridays.

        2. There is a maximum three (3) guests per member.

        3. The same guest may play at no charge twice a month (up to a total of six (6) times during the summer schedule).

        4. Guest starting times restrictions during the summer schedule is waived, except for Saturday and Sunday between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

      2. Summer Guest Fees:

        1. Only one (1) fee per the current published rate is charged which includes both green fees and cart (same for 9 or 18 holes).

        2. If the member’s guest rides in the member’s cart the fee remains the same.

 

L.Golf Dress Code

  1. Proper golf attire is required while using the course or any of the practice facilities.

  2. No metal spikes are allowed.

  3. No short shorts (short shorts are defined as those shorter than attire available in the golf shop), tennis shorts, jeans, jean shorts, sweat pants, or swim wear allowed on the golf facilities.

  4. Men must wear collared shirts mock turtlenecks or shirts sold at the golf shop., Shirts must be tucked in.

  5. Women may not wear tank tops or any exercise clothing on the course or on any practice facilities.  Sleeveless shirts must have a collar.

  6. The Golf Professionals can withhold playing privileges if, in their opinion they feel a golfer’s attire does not conform to the Club’s dress code.

 

M.Carts

  1. Resident members playing golf are required to own a golf cart or they will be required to pay for the use of a rental cart.

  2. Resident members who own two golf carts are allowed to use both of their carts and pay no cart fee for guests riding in those carts when having guests.

  3. All Non-Resident memberships entitled to the use of a free rental cart are limited to two (2) seats for the membership per day.

  4. Resident members may not store their golf cart at the Club.

  5. Non-Resident Equity members may store their golf cart at the Club at no charge.

  6. Immediate Family Guests with Expanded Privileges may store their golf cart at the Club for a monthly fee.

  7. Non-Resident Non-Equity members may store their golf cart at the Club for a monthly fee, subject to availability of space as determined by the by the General Manager.

  8. Non-Resident members are entitled to the use of a Club rental cart at no charge, subject to all rules concerning cart use.

  9. Rental carts must be returned each night to the Club storage facility, members are not allowed to take the cart home overnight. The penalty for taking a Club rental cart home is twice the daily rental fee.

  10. Only electric carts may be used on the golf course.

  11. Only a person with a valid driver’s license may drive or steer a golf cart.

  12. Member owned golf carts must have the member’s name (s) shown on it.

  13. Member owned golf carts must be insured for liability by their owners.

  14. Golf carts must be driven at a safe speed and extreme caution must be exercised in the cart staging area.

  15. Players must always use cart paths where provided, especially near tees and greens. Except on a path, players are not drive a cart within thirty (30) feet of a green or fifteen (15) feet of a tee.

  16. Only authorized personnel are allowed in the cart storage area.

  17. No more than two (2) persons may occupy a cart.

  18. Damage  caused  by  negligence  or  reckless  driving  to  a  rented  golf  cart  will  be  the responsibility of the member.

  19. A member may use a rental cart for no charge if their spouse is using their cart or their cart is being repaired.

 

N.Pro Shop Policies

  1. All golf shop credits must be used by May 31st of each year or they will be forfeited.

  2. Merchandise purchased may not be returned after thirty (30) days.

  3. All purchases by a member must be charged to their member account. All sales receipts must be signed by the member.

  4. Credit cards will be accepted for purchases by guests only.

  5. Merchandise  purchased  or  received  at  other  golf  facilities  may  not  be  exchanged  for merchandise at the Club’s golf shop.

  6. Rental clubs are available per the current published rate.

  7. Overnight shipping services are offered for purchases made in the golf shop.  The Club does not ship any other personal items, except golf clubs.

  8. The  Club  will  ship  member’s  golf  clubs  to  other  locations  and  charge  their  account accordingly.

  9. Merchandise will be placed on hold for a maximum of seven days.

 

 

 

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X.TENNIS

 

TENNIS PRO SHOP PH# 561-499-0771

 

LIGHTNING WARNING SYSTEM

At the sound of the lightning alarm system, all players MUST leave the tennis courts immediately.

ONE (1) BLAST- MUST LEAVE COURTS TWO (2) BLASTS- ALL CLEAR

 

  1. COURT RESERVATIONS

    1. All players must check in with the Pro Shop prior to play.

    2. Players may not change courts without permission of the Pro Shop personnel.

    3. Courts must be reserved for all play, day and evening.

      1. Courts may not be used after 10:00 p.m.

      2. Seasonal Court reservations are 8:30-10:00 a.m. and 10:00-11:30 a.m.

      3. Court reservation messages left on the answering machine prior to 8:00 a.m. on the day of play will not be accepted.

    4. Members that are playing in a game may reserve courts up to one (1) week in advance.

    5. Immediate Family Guests may reserve a court up to two (2) days in advance.

    6. Immediate Family Guests may invite a guest after 11:00 a.m.

    7. Certain courts may be designated for scheduled activities and will not be available for reservations.

    8. Court reservations are limited to 1 ½ hours for singles and doubles.

    9. A member may reserve only one (1) court in advance for a given day.  Once the member finishes play, they may sign up for another available court.

 

  1. Guests, other than Immediate Family Guests, must be accompanied by a member in order to use the courts.

 

  1. Before 12:00 p.m., there must be an adult playing on the court with any children between the ages of four (4) and ten (10).

 

  1. Scheduled lessons must be cancelled at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance to avoid being charged.

 

  1. A member using the ball machine may reserve one (1) week in advance for use after 11:30 a.m. and two days in advance before 11:30 a.m.  Children under the age of sixteen (16) that are not certified by the Tennis Director must have adult supervision.  The ball machine is not available during certain holiday periods.  Please check with the Pro Shop.

 

  1. Proper tennis attire and tennis shoes for har-tru courts are required at all times.

 

  1. Demo racquets are available for a daily fee. If a new adult racquet is purchased from the Pro Shop, the demo fees paid will be credited against the cost of the purchased racquet.

 

XI.FITNESS CENTER

 

FITNESS OFFICE PH# 561-495-1504

 

  1. All members and their guests must register at the Fitness Center front desk each time before using the Fitness Center.

 

  1. No one under the age of fourteen (14) is allowed in the Fitness Center.

 

  1. Proper attire and footwear must be worn at all times.

 

  1. No food is permitted in the Fitness Center; all drinks must be in covered containers.

 

  1. All members and their guests must wipe down equipment after use.

 

  1. Cell phone usage is not permitted, except with head phones while listening to music or other programs on the phone.

 

  1. There is a thirty (30) minute maximum time limit on all cardio equipment when members or guests are waiting.

 

  1. The Fitness staff has full authority to stop anyone from using any equipment if they feel the user may get hurt or be a health risk.

 

  1. Individuals are required to bring their own head phones for use on the equipment.

 

  1. Staff  hired  by  a  member,  including  but  not  limited  to  maids,  housekeepers,  nurses,  drivers, babysitters, attendants, etc. are not permitted to use the Fitness Center.

 

  1. Red Emergency Phones are located in Fitness Center. Other fitness office phones are for use of staff and limited use of members.

 

  1. Delaire Staff Managers and Club Professionals as designated by the General Manager are allowed to use the Fitness Center. Members have priority for the use of all equipment. Delaire Staff Managers and Club Professionals must relinquish use of equipment if members or their guests are waiting.

 

  1. Approved fitness classes are offered to all members, Immediate Family Guests and House Guests free of charge. All other participants in such classes shall be charged a ten dollar ($10) guest fee.

 

XII.POOL

  1. Swimming is prohibited before 8:00 a.m. and after sundown.

 

  1. Children under the age of thirteen (13) are not allowed to use the pool unless accompanied by an adult. They shall confine their activities to the general vicinity of the pool and other children’s areas and shall conduct themselves so as not to be a nuisance to others.

 

  1. Children who cannot swim will not be permitted in the pool, unless accompanied by a parent or competent swimmer. Children in diapers are not permitted in the pool unless diapers are designed for pool use.

 

  1. Showers are required before entering the pool.

 

  1. Food and beverage are not permitted in the pool area without approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. All swimmers must wear proper swimming attire.

 

  1. Dogs and other pets are not permitted in the pool area.

 

  1. All persons using the pool furniture are required to cover the furniture with a towel when using suntan lotions. Furniture must not be removed from the pool deck area.

 

  1. Running, ball playing, noisy or hazardous activity will not be permitted in the pool area. Pushing, dunking and dangerous games are forbidden.

 

  1. Dive equipment other than a mask and fins are not to be used in the pool area, except as part of an organized course of instruction approved by the Board of Governors.

 

  1. No audio equipment will be permitted in the pool area, except with the use of ear phones.

 

  1. All persons using the pool area and wash rooms are required to keep the areas clean by properly disposing of towels, etc.

 

  1. When going to the pool or leaving it, members and their guest must be properly clothed with a garment over their swimming attire.

 

  1. Towels are for use at the pool area and are not to be removed.

 

  1. Members may not use towels to reserve chairs unless the member remains in the pool area or leaves the pool area for a short period of time. Delaire staff will remove towels from unattended chairs.

I.POOL

  1. Swimming is prohibited before 8:00 a.m. and after sundown.

 

  1. Children under the age of thirteen (13) are not allowed to use the pool unless accompanied by an adult. They shall confine their activities to the general vicinity of the pool and other children’s areas and shall conduct themselves so as not to be a nuisance to others.

 

  1. Children who cannot swim will not be permitted in the pool, unless accompanied by a parent or competent swimmer. Children in diapers are not permitted in the pool unless diapers are designed for pool use.

 

  1. Showers are required before entering the pool.

 

  1. Food and beverage are not permitted in the pool area without approval of the General Manager.

 

  1. All swimmers must wear proper swimming attire.

 

  1. Dogs and other pets are not permitted in the pool area.

 

  1. All persons using the pool furniture are required to cover the furniture with a towel when using suntan lotions. Furniture must not be removed from the pool deck area.

 

  1. Running, ball playing, noisy or hazardous activity will not be permitted in the pool area. Pushing, dunking and dangerous games are forbidden.

 

  1. Dive equipment other than a mask and fins are not to be used in the pool area, except as part of an organized course of instruction approved by the Board of Governors.

 

  1. No audio equipment will be permitted in the pool area, except with the use of ear phones.

 

  1. All persons using the pool area and wash rooms are required to keep the areas clean by properly disposing of towels, etc.

 

  1. When going to the pool or leaving it, members and their guest must be properly clothed with a garment over their swimming attire.

 

  1. Towels are for use at the pool area and are not to be removed.

 

  1. Members may not use towels to reserve chairs unless the member remains in the pool area or leaves the pool area for a short period of time. Delaire staff will remove towels from unattended chairs.

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