Port Fairy Golf Club Inc
2019 / 2020
Captain: Peter Redford
Port Fairy Golf Club
Members and their guests are expected to maintain a neat appearance when visiting the Port Fairy Golf Club. Staff have been instructed to refuse entry to anyone not suitably attired. Acceptable standards of dress Include:
Trousers, shorts & skirts – Tailored slacks, denim jeans, ¾ trousers (shorts), are deemed to be acceptable dress. Track suits, football shorts, frayed and torn jeans (including fashion styles) are not acceptable wear.
Shirts & Knitwear – Collared or neat T shirt type tops that might carry designer logos are acceptable casual dress. Singlets or tank tops are not acceptable attire.
Footwear – Golf shoes are to be worn on the course and may also be worn in the “spike bar” within the clubhouse. Neat casual footwear generally is to be worn in the clubhouse. Bare feet and thongs are not acceptable foot wear.
Port Fairy Golf Club Heat Policy
The Port Fairy Golf Club has a responsibility to provide guidelines which support safe playing conditions for all players. In so much as this policy provides a set of rules to guide play, it is recognised that heat affects each person differently. As such, it remains the responsibility of the individual to recognise their capabilities and limitations and to act in accordance with them to stay safe in all playing conditions.
This policy applies to all members and green fee players.
• If the Bureau of Meteorology website is forecasting temperatures for Port Fairy of 37 degrees or greater, the staff are to open up earlier tee times for that day.
If the temperature as measured at the golf course reaches 37 degrees on any day, golfers will be called off the course and the course closed.
The Club Captain, or if they are not available, the staff member in charge on the day is responsible for implementing this heat rule policy.
Adopted: May 2019
Revised: January 2020