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Dress Code & Course Conduct

As a member or a guest of Mohawk, we would like to welcome you and hope you enjoy your time here. If you have questions regarding any of the course rules, please don't hesitate to ask.

Members and guests of the club shall adhere to the club's dress code on the golf course and at all of the practice facilities:

  • Men must wear a collared shirt. Women must wear a shirt made to play golf in.
  • Men must have their shirts tucked in at all times while using any of the golfing facilities.
  • No denim is allowed.
  • Regular golf length shorts or pants should be worn. No cargo shorts with the puffy pockets.
  • Golf shoes or sneakers must be worn on the golf course or on the practice green.

Members and guests will adhere to the following course rules:

  • Carts must remain on the cart paths next to the tees and greens - no exceptions except for club provided blue handicap flags. Please park the carts on the asphalt and not on the edges of the grass. The grass eventually wears down and then looks terrible.
  • Carts must exit from the fairway leading to the green at the brown exit posts on Par 4's and Par 5's. On Par 3's, the carts must not leave the path.
  • Use the divot mix bottles provided for any divots made in the fairway. Replace the divot if it's in one piece and sprinkle a little of the divot mix over it. Do not use the divot mix on the rough - it is a different grass.
  • If practical, drive at 90 degrees from the rough to your ball in the fairway and then back to the rough on your way to the next shot or to your riding partner.
  • This is one of the most broken rules of etiquette in golf: Fix your ball marks! If you fixed yours and one other, eventually there won't be "one other" for you to fix.
  • Don't drive your cart in the fescue - you can't see big bumps or holes and ticks can be found in the fescue.
  • Slow play is often tolerated, but it shouldn't be. The basic rule: If a group (single player or a foursome) behind you is going to play faster than you, and you have a full open hole in front of you when you arrive at the tee box, let the group behind play through. This means you will have to pay attention to the group behind you. If you are having a bad hole looking for a lot of bad shots, let the other group play through. Don't let your pride get in the way of doing the right thing.
  • Place your lit cigarettes and cigars somewhere that will not damage the cart (i.e. burning the seat or the cup holder). Put extinguished tobacco products in the garbage instead of leaving butts in the golf cart or on the golf course.

Please don't place the Pro Shop staff in the uncomfortable position of having to remind the member, or worse yet, having to speak to the guest, about attire or course conduct. It is embarrassing enough when we have to remind the member, and possibly insult the guest by having to speak to the guest directly.