The following is a list of policies and guidelines for all those who are utilizing our facility.
Please be sure to enjoy your day as well as help others to enjoy theirs.
Dunnville Golf Club has been paced for 2 hours for 9 holes and 4 hours for 18 holes. This is the required minimum pace for a foursome to complete. Groups falling out of position and behind pace will be issued a warning. Subsequently if the slow groups’ pace is not improved they will be either instructed to let groups play through or finish their round immediately. For the enjoyment of all players, pace of play must be adhered to.
For the enjoyment of all players playing behind you, golfers must be mindful of raking bunkers after play, replacing divots and repairing ball marks. Please place any garbage in the proper receptacles. Anyone caught littering during play will be removed immediately.
All golfers are required to dress in appropriate golf attire. Staff have the sole discretion to advise any golfer if their attire is unsuitable. The following guidelines are recommended:
All alcohol must be purchased from the course beer cart or clubhouse. This policy adheres to all legislated liquor laws in Ontario and our liquor license. Unauthorized alcohol on the property will be confiscated. Personal coolers are not permitted. Dunnville Golf Club is within its Rights and Obligations to check bags that may be in violation of this policy.
Golfers must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid driver’s license to operate a golf cart. After your round, remove all garbage and golf gear from the cart and return it to designated area immediately.
Golfers are responsible for any damages (due to negligence) to golf carts.
90 Degree Rule
When you see signs or are advised by the clubhouse staff to use the 90 degree rule, this means that the course allows you to to carefully drive out to your ball on the grass, however only at a 90 degree angle. Do not drive up the middle of the fairway. Please stay on the cart path until you are near your ball, then drive straight out to your ball and straight back. This allows golfers to get close to their ball while reducing the chances of damaging the golf course.
“Rainout” is defined as course conditions that are unplayable, as determined by the club. Should this occur while you are on the golf course, then the following policy is in place to properly compensate you, our guests.
Should the course be closed due to a rainout, thunder and lightning, then the following policy will also be implemented.
If you paid for 9 holes:
If you paid for 18 holes:
Drizzle or light rain is not considered in this guideline. The individual golfer should carry an umbrella to provide rain protection in the event of a scattered shower or thunderstorm.
Rain checks will NOT be issued simply because the golfer has become wet because of lack of rain protection.
Groups are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their tee-time. All golfers must check in at the clubhouse upon arrival at the course.