Welcome to Pine Tree Golf Club! We look forward to your visit. Our staff is dedicated to making your visit an enjoyable one. Please take a moment to become familiar with our dress code, information about mobile devices, and general golf rules.
Golf Dress Code:
Proper golf attire must always be worn on the Club premises
Gentlemen must wear a collared shirt and shirttails must be tucked in at all times. Turtlenecks and mock "T" golf shirts are permitted. Hats and visors must be worn bill forward and to be removed when indoors. Shoes must be worn at all times. Men and women should wear shorts of the appropriate length.
Clubhouse and Social Event Dining Dress Code:
Men: Appropriate casual dress including golf attire, collarless shirts, banded collar shirts, and polo shirts are considered for gentlemen. Shirts must always be tucked into waistbands. If shorts are worn, they must be of appropriate walking length. Gentlemen are always to remove their hats when entering the Clubhouse.
Ladies: Appropriate casual dress and traditional golf attire are permitted. Denim jeans are prohibited for both men and women.
Special Event Dining
Appropriate upscale dress is a requirement for dining in the Fairways Dining Room.
For gentlemen. slacks, dress trousers, and collared shirts are permissible. Shirts must be tucked into waistbands at all times. Blue jean denims, tank tops, and golf attire are not permitted. Gentlemen are required to remove their hats whenever entering any of the dining areas. Jackets are encouraged but optional.
Ladies: Appropriate upscale evening wear is required. Denim jeans, tank tops, and golf attire are not permitted for men or women.
Children over 12 years of age should wear collared shirts and shirttails must be tucked inside pants or shorts.
Clothing not permitted:
- Metal spiked shoes
- Jeans (of any type)
- Cargo pants/shorts
- Exposed midriff
- Tank/Halter/Racerback tops
- Tennis shorts
- Flip Flops/Sandals/Open Toe Shoes
Cell Phone Cellular devices must be kept on silent, and restricted to silent functions only (i.e. e-mail, texting, etc.). Phone conversations are prohibited on the golf course, except for emergencies only. Two cell phone offices are located on property for conversations: Men's locker room and Ladies' locker room, as well as out in front near the valet.
Music of any type or from any device is not permitted on the golfing grounds.
All play begins with the starters approval. Rounds of golf are expected to be completed in less than 4 hours. The goal is to always keep up with the group in front of you, not stay ahead of the group behind you. If your group encounters difficulty during your round and is unable to catch up with the group in front of you, then let the group behind you play through. The Golf Professional Staff will monitor speed of play.
Players are requested to enter and exit the low point of the bunker and avoid walking up greenside. All footprints and holes made by a player should be carefully raked before exiting. Divots on the golf course should be filled with sand. Sand buckets are located on all golf carts. To ensure good condition of all greens it is imperative to repair ball marks. Unfixed or improperly repaired ball marks scar the grass, and also leave depressions.
All carts should stay on the path near tees and greens, and please adhere to any stake postings directing traffic for all holes. Par 3's are restricted to cart paths only. Driving carts in the rough is discouraged. When possible enter and exit to and from cart paths to fairways and return to the path.
Pine Tree is a non-tipping club. All gratuities are included in your golf experience with the exception of caddies.