Temple Hills Country Club
Usage & Etiquette
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Golf Course Play
All players shall start at the number one tee unless permission to start elsewhere is obtained in advance from the pro shop. Under no circumstances shall players start from residences.
Pace of Play
Players shall play without delay. If a group loses more than one clear hole on the players in front, it should invite the group following to pass. Players should adhere to the “double par” rule and should discontinue play once this score has been reached on a given hole.
All ball marks and soft spike damage on the greens should be carefully repaired with a divot tool. Fairway divots should be filled with sand provided on the golf carts. Before leaving the bunker, a player should rake and smooth over all holes and footprints. All of these small efforts help maintain prime playability on the course.GOLF CART USE
Golf carts shall be assigned at the pro shop at the time of registration. Persons 16 and older who hold a valid driver’s license may operate a golf cart. A maximum of two people to a cart are permitted. Personal carts are not permitted at Temple Hills. Cart Path Status is as follows: Cart Path Only, 90 Degree Rule, No Carts-Walking Only and Cart Path Only Handicap Flags Allowed.
Range balls are available on the driving range for Golfing Members to use.
Tee Time Reservations
Tee time requests for weekdays can be made up to one week in advance. Tee time requests for the weekend can be made online under the “Members Area” tab or filling out the request form in the Pro Shop before 5:00 pm on Wednesdays. After Wednesday, you can make tee times by calling or stopping by the Pro Shop.
Canceling Tee Times
Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance.
Members are permitted to bring guests to play golf. In-town guest play defined by Williamson and touching counties, is limited to weekdays and after 1:00 p.m. on weekends (April 1 – October 31). In-town guests are limited to 8 rounds per year. Guests playing with a frequency of a member may be asked to cease use of the club.
Non-Golf Use of Course
All non-golf activities on the golf course and golf paths are prohibited, including, but not limited to: jogging, bicycling, skating, rollerblading and walking dogs. No fishing is permitted on the golf course or adjacent areas.
Handicaps are computed under the supervision of golf professionals in accordance with current USGA recommendations. Handicap fees are billed in January and will show on your February statement. Please register your handicap in the pro shop. Once registered, your handicap will be kept on file at the club under your member number and a GHIN number will be provided for use at other facilities.