Dragon's Fire Golf Club Policies

REGISTRATION
All players must register at the Pro-Shop prior to commencing play. Players must not tee off prior to the opening of the Pro-Shop.

RULES OF PLAY
Except for local rules, all play is governed by the current regulations of the RCGA. For local rules, please consult your score card.

SLOW PLAY
At Dragon's Fire we will extend every effort to ensure that a round of golf does not exceed four and a half hours. Players failing to maintain their place by dropping more than a hole from those in front will be given a warning by the Player Assistant. If they have failed to close the gap by the next hole, they must pick up their balls and proceed to the next tee. This program is necessitated for the enjoyment of all other golfers on the course.

PLAYERS ASSISTANTS
Dragon's Fire has a definitive Player Assistant program. The purpose of the Marshall is to:
- Assist players
- Ensure the correct flow and pace of play
- Enforce the cart regulation and Club policies
- Enhance the overall golfing experience for all guests playing at Dragon’s Fire

DRESS CODE
LADIES: Tops - Tops must be tailored, fitted or seam fitted. Only sleeveless tops which are collared (regular collars, mock necks, crew necks or turtlenecks) are acceptable. T-shirts, halter tops, tube tops, and tank tops are not acceptable. Pants – denim pants of any colour are not acceptable, nor or rugby pants, sweat pants, sweat suits, cargo pants, or spandex. Shorts – spandex, cargo or denim shorts are not acceptable.

GENTLEMEN: (including Juniors) Shirts – Only collared shirts, mock turtle necks, or turtle necks are acceptable, and must be worn tucked in at all times. Pants – Denim pants of any colour are not acceptable. Nor are rugby pants, sweat pants, cargo pants or sweat suits. Shorts – Shorts falling below the knee, cargo shorts, cycling shorts or denim shorts are not acceptable.

SMOKING POLICY
In accordance with the provincial government’s "Smoke Free Ontario Act", the entire tent and the Pro-Shop is designated a smoke free area.

CELL PHONES
Cell phones are permitted throughout the golf course. Please exercise discretion with due regard for your fellow golfers.

BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY
All tee times may be booked up to 14 days prior to play. At the time of booking, a valid credit card with expiry date, is required to identify you and hold a tee time (credit card will not be charged). Reservations may be cancelled up to 24 hours prior to your tee time. Once we are within 24 hours of the booked tee time, any cancellations will result in the full booking being charged to the credit card provided. The booking golfer is responsible for the number of players booked. To avoid being charged for a playing partner’s absence, please ensure that all the playing partners are aware of our policy.

SPIKES
We are a mandatory soft-spike golf course. metal spikes or cleats of any kind will not be permitted on the golf course.

RAINCHECK POLICY
"Rain Out" is defined as an unplayable course, as determined by the Greens’ Superintendent or the General Manager. Rain checks will only be issued for those type of green fees that have been paid for during the “rain out” (for example, week-ends, twilight, replay, etc.). 18 hole players who have completed 5 holes or less will be issued an 18 hole rain check. 18 hole players who have completed 14 holes or less will be issued a 9 hole rain check and 9 hole players who have completed 4 holes or less will be issued a 9 hole rain check. For golfers on the 14th hole and beyond, no rain check will be issued. NO CASH REFUNDS.

ALCOHOL POLICY
Our Alcohol policy is as per this linked bulletin as recommended by the National Golf Course Owners Association. Absolutely no outside coolers are permitted. Any golfer with outside alcohol on the premises will have the alcohol confiscated and asked to leave the Golf Course with no refunds or reimbursement. All golfers agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of our alcohol policy.

OTHER
Dragon’s Fire Golf Club assumes no liability or responsibility for any personal injury to golfers or damage and/or theft of vehicles or personal property that are left on the premises.