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Course Policies

Read up on the rules of the course

Take a moment to familiarise yourself with everything you need to know about coming out to the course. If you have any questions about anything, our staff are more than happy to give you more details.

Rainouts & Wet Weather Policy

In rain or extreme conditions, our management team will decide if South, North, or Par 3 courses are suitable to play.

We will signal Suspension of Play by sounding a single prolonged blast from a siren. Seek shelter immediately if you hear the alert. We will signal the return to play with three short blasts from a siren.

Dress Code

The dress code is casual, neat, and tidy. A collared shirt is not required, but closed-toed shoes are (with soft-spikes preferred). Our main rule: singlet tops for men are not acceptable on the South Course.

Child (and Adult) Safe Environment

Our golf course is a child-safe environment. We believe it is important to reduce risk of harm to young people at our course – to make golf a welcoming game for everyone. This policy goes all the way up to the people we employ and the services we provide.

We are also very committed (and indeed, legislation requires us) to protect adults that are vulnerable in our society. This includes anyone in need of community care for mental or physical disability, fraility, illness, or an inability to protect against harm or exploitation.

City of Adelaide has developed Guidelines for People Working with Children and Young People (PDF), which we follow. Take a look through the PDF for details – you'll also find it on display at the course and in other public areas.

BYO License Regulations

We are fully licensed for the North and South Courses, as well as the Pro Shop and 19th Hole Cafe & Bar. This does mean, however, that BYO alcohol is not allowed. If you bring your own alcohol, you will be asked to surrender it to staff, where you can collect it before you leave. If you don't respect these rules, you will be asked to leave without refund.

You can get imported beers as well a comprehensive selection of mostly local, South Australian wines at our 19th Hole Cafe & Bar. A drinks cart tours the holes every weekend and also on public holidays and peak holiday periods.

 

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