Dress Code/Pace of Play

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As dress is a personal matter, and as golfing attire changes from time to time, any questions regarding the acceptability of any apparel can be reviewed with the professional staff.

MENS DRESS CODE: appropriate golfing attire; shirts, slacks or tailored shorts, and appropriate footwear are to be worn on the golf course and in the various areas of the clubhouse at all times. Shirts should be with collars and sleeves. Jeans are OK as long as they are clean and not torn. Shorts are to be tailored dress shorts that are approximately mid-thigh. Spandex or other types of aerobic clothing is not permitted at any time.

WOMENS DRESS CODE: appropriate golfing attire; shirts, slacks or tailored shorts, and appropriate footwear are to be worn on the golf course and in the various areas of the clubhouse at all times. Shirts and blouses should be with collars and sleeves. No tank tops allowed. Shorts are to be tailored dress shorts that are approximately mid-thigh. Spandex or other types of aerobic clothing is not permitted at any time.

PRIVATE FUNCTIONS: Those booking the banquet facilities are expected to inform their guests that there is a dress code in effect and of the expectation of compliance.

Rugby pants, cut-offs, athletic shorts, sweatpants, tank tops, undershirts, athletic jerseys or any item of clothing with large cartoon graphics or commercial logos are not permitted on the golf course or in the clubhouse.

Failure to comply with the dress regulations can result in your being asked to change into suitable attire or leave the premises and course. The General Manager, Club Professional and the Course Marshalls/Starters have the authority to enforce the dress regulations.

 

Pace of Play Guidelines

At Ledgeview:

The expected playing time for a round of golf is 4 hours and 15 minutes.

With a clear course, a 4-ball group should take less than 4 hours, while the maximum playing time for a round of golf is 4 hours and 30 minutes.

For the enjoyment of all players, all Members are asked to monitor their pace of play, when possible, Section 1 "Etiquette, Behaviour on the Course" of the Rules of Golf, when confronted with slow play by others:

"Players should play at a good pace. It is a group's responsibility to keep up with the group in front. If it loses a clear hole and it is delaying the group behind, it should invite the group behind to play through, irrespective of the number of players in that group. Where a group has not lost a clear hole, but it is apparent that the group behind can play faster, it should invite the faster-moving group to play through."