TEE TIME POLICIES

 

Full members of  Kings Way Golf Club can make tee times up to 14 days in advance either online at www.kingswaycapecod.net  or by calling the golf shop at  508-362-8870.

If you have a large group every accommodation will be made in advance for planning purposes.  The club does host several outings throughout the golf season. Check the calendar on the website.

 

Afternoon and family members can make tee times after 1:00 pm up to 7 days in advance either online at www.kingswaycapecod.net or by calling the pro shop at 508-362-8870.

 

GENERAL GOLF CART USAGE RULES

 

  • NO MORE THAN TWO PERSONS AND GOLF BAGS MAY BE ALLOWED ON THE CART AT ANYTIME

  • KEEP GOLF CART AT LEAST 60 FEET FROM GREENS

  • USE CART PATHS WHENEVER AVAILABLE

  • I PROMISE AND FURTHER AGREE TO HOLD LESSOR, ITS ASSIGNEE AND THE GOLF CART FREE AND HARMLESS FROM ANY DAMAGE OF ANY CLAIMS OF ANY NATURE WHOSOEVER THAT MAY ARISE FROM OR THROUGH THE USE OF SAID GOLF CART

  • I HEREBY AGREE TO PAY FOR ANY DAMAGES THAT ARE SUSTAINED TO THE GOLF CART WHILE IN MY POSSESSION

  • DO NOT OPERATE A GOLF CART WHEN UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ~ CHILDREN NOT

  • PERMITTED THE USE OF A GOLF CART AT ANY TIME (Must have a valid driver's license         

  • THE OPERATOR OF THE GOLF CART IS RESPONSIBLE TO ANY AND ALL DAMAGE TO THE GOLF CART. YOU ARE FINANCIALLY LIABLE

GENERAL CLUB AND GOLF COURSE RULES

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  • The following rules have been established and will be enforced to ensure the safety, enjoyment, and comfort of all members and guests of the Kings Way Golf Club. Employees of the club are authorized to remind members and guests of the club rules and regulations and ask that they be followed. Members and guests are expected to follow such advice. The Kings Way Trust and its representative management company (MGGM) has the authority to reprimand, suspend, or expel any club member, whenever in its judgment, such action is in the best interest of the club. Members who do not observe the club’s rules may be disciplined under this rule. Written notice of the proposed action will be delivered to the member not less than 15 days prior to a meeting with club officials at which time the member shall have the right to be heard by club officials. EMPLOYEE RELATIONS All employees of the club are under the supervision of the club management and all the employees of the restaurant are under the supervision of the restaurant manager and owner. No member or guest shall reprimand or discipline any employee of the club or restaurant. Members and guests may not request special, personal service from employees who are on duty. Any complaints or suggestion about employees should be made in writing, signed, and submitted to the club’s ombudsman, whose name will be posted in the pro shop and on the website.

GENERAL DRESS RULES AND CLUB-WIDE POLICIES

 

The following dress code is applicable for all members and guests while on the club property including any practice facility. It is the member’s responsibility to inform his or her guests of the club’s dress code.

  1. Proper golf attire is required for all players. Although the description of what is “proper” will change from time to time, good taste and general standards of the golfing community will serve as general guidelines. Denim clothing of any type is not considered appropriate. Cut-offs, muscle shirts, tank tops, and tee shirts are other examples of unacceptable attire. Shorts should be Bermuda length or longer.

  2. Golf hats and visors must be worn with the visor facing forward; shirts must be tucked in, unless designed otherwise; and shoes must be tied. Men must remove their hats when in the clubhouse and beyond the pro shop and locker room.

  3. Posting of advertisements of any type is not allowed unless expressly approved by management.

  4. Smoking is not permitted  anywhere in the clubhouse, restaurant, or deck. Smokers on the golf course must be certain that their smoking material is extinguished before it is discarded. Cigarette and cigar butts should not be left on the golf course.

GOLF RULES​

  1. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the golf course.

  2. Metal spikes are not allowed on the course. Only shoes with “soft spikes” or sneakers are allowed.

  3. The most recent Rules of Golf as adopted by the USGA, together with the Rules of Etiquette as adopted by the USGA, shall be the rules of the Club.

  4. Practice is not allowed on the golf course, except in the designated practice areas, unless accompanied or expressly authorized by the golf pro.

  5. All play begins at the first tee unless otherwise authorized by the pro staff

  6. A round of golf should be completed in 4 hours or less. Golf rangers and the professional staff on duty will help to regulate play and enforce golf cart regulations. The golf rangers and the professional staff have full authority on the golf course to enforce all rules and speed of play.

  7. If a group of players fails to keep its place on the course and falls behind the preceding group by more than one hole,

  8. If a player is repeatedly warned for slow play, the Club may take such action as it deems appropriate, including restricting the person's use of the golf course during certain times of the day

  9. All players must repair their ball marks on the greens, replace their divots and rake traps. All rakes must be placed within the bunker.

  10. Cart drivers must have a valid driver’s license. Carts must not be driven within 60 feet of a green.

  11. Each player must have his or her own set of golf clubs.

  12. Cell phones may not be used on the golf course except in emergencies. When cell phones are brought on the course, they should be set in the ‘silent’ or ‘vibrate’ mode.

  13. In an emergency players should call 911 and then the pro shop, and should provide the exact location (e.g., on the fairway o

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