The following bullet list outlines some of the rules that we need to enforce to maintain the course in good condition and to ensure the safety of all golfers:
Use of personal carts is limited to the primary member and their spouse, child living in their house over the age of 12, or cart partner. If your cart partner is not your spouse, we need to know when you pay your membership.
Check-in at the clubhouse before you start your round. The new operators want to know who our members are to keep non-members from jumping onto the course without paying.
Colorado State law prohibits bringing personal alcoholic beverages onto the course. Several members have abused this law, and the WGA risks losing its liquor license if violations continue.
Driving onto the greens or the collars of the greens can damage the course. Driving any cart past a cart sign close to the green requires a handicap flag. Even with a flag, please be considerate of the course for other players.
With the increased play on the course, it is disruptive to jump around other players without first asking their permission. Please be courteous of all other golfers, even if they are playing slow.
In addition to the existing rules, the Board feels it is necessary to implement penalties for violations of the policies and laws.
Due to the increase in play on our course, the Board is implementing a new requirement