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Welcome to The Country Club of Farmington

         The Country Club of Farmington is nestled in the center of Farmington, noted for it's historic beauty and colonial charm. The 18-hole Golf Course is our most treasured of amenities. The course was designed by Devereux Emmet and opened in 1892, one of the first 100 clubs in America. Our regulation length Championship course features 6,580 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. Despite the yardage, the course is very challenging for all skill levels, and protects par very well. The Country Club hosts many regional and state golf events, including The US Open Qualifier. 

The Country Club of Farmington Policies and Guest Information


A non-member may be admitted to the Club premises as a guest if invited by and/or in the company of a Member or upon special occasions (private parties) arranged by a Member.
Each Member will be held responsible for the conduct of his or her guest.
Guests must be sponsored by a Member.  It is mandatory that guests play with their sponsoring Member at all times.
Social Members may invite guests to play golf on the same basis as the Social Member is permitted to play, subject to all other rules as to guests. 
Guests' playing privileges can be extended to the same individual not to exceed once in thirty days. This does not apply to Member-Guest tournaments.  No guest shall be allowed golf privileges for more than two times in any 30 day period, excluding designated member guest tournaments, regardless of how many members may invite the guest.
When a Member anticipates having more than three guests on one day, an advance call to the Pro Shop should be made so that a starting time can be arranged which will not conflict with any other previously scheduled play.
Denim Dress Code
Jeans and denim are allowed in the Parking Lots, Founders’ Room, Terrace, Locker Room, and Snack Shack at all times, Jeans and Denim are not allowed at any other location of the club.  In addition, we ask that Members and guests choosing to wear jeans and denim to do so with respect and sensibility for those who consider the club somewhat formal and traditional.  
Golf Dress Code
For all members and guests, proper Golf Attire must be worn at all times.  Caps, visors, and appropriate hats must be worn forward facing.  Any attire with offensive language or design is prohibited.  Jeans, denim of any kind, cutoffs, tank tops, tee shirts, are prohibited. Acceptable dress on the course is slacks or regular golf shorts and shirts for men.  Short shorts, jeans and tank tops are not acceptable.  Playing without a shirt or with an undershirt is not permitted.  For ladies, skirts, golf shorts or slacks and blouses are appropriate. 
For Men- Appropriate attire include pants, slacks, or Bermuda length shorts that are substantially knee length and designed for golf.  Collared shirts, turtle necks, and mock turtlenecks must be tucked in. Pull overs, wind shirts, and vests designed for golf are acceptable.

For Women- Conventional golf attire such as that sold in the golf shop is the standard.  Blouses and shirts should be tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn untucked. 

Formal Dress Code
Unless specifically outlined for events and special functions of the membership, general member dining and casual daily usage of the front lobby, Reading Room, Farmington Room, Murphy Room, and Informal Dining rooms is consistent with the Golf Dress Code as listed above.  While jackets and ties are not required for men, and no formal attire is required for women, a more upscale attire is often present upstairs, and guests should be made aware of this to avoid feeling uncomfortable.
We ask all members and guest to be aware of, and adhere to, the Country Club’s dress code.  Club Professional staff has been directed by the Board of Governors to advise members and their guests if their dress is not consistent with club policy, and to deny access and service when infringements are not remedied immediately 
Property Damage
The cost of replacing any property of the Club broken or damaged by a Member or guest of a Member, shall be charged to the Member responsible.
Golf Play
The following rules are intended to give the most enjoyment to the greatest number of Members and their guests.  Members observing infractions of the rules and regulations of the Club are asked to direct their comments to the attention of the Golf Committee in writing.
Member and Guest Responsibilities
Members should be familiar with Section I, "Etiquette", of the Rules of Golf as approved by the USGA, which applies to play at The Country Club of Farmington.  Direct confrontation between Members on the course is discouraged and does not conform to the spirit of golf.
The Club has an audible alarm system in place that warns when a potentially dangerous storm is approaching.  When the alarm is sounded all golfers should immediately seek appropriate shelter or return to the Clubhouse.
Maintenance and tidiness of the golf course is the responsibility of all Members.  This includes replacing divots, raking bunkers, and repairing all ball marks on the greens.
Parents of children who play golf are responsible for their conduct on the course and should be certain that they understand and practice good golf etiquette and know the importance of course management.  A valid motor vehicle operator’s license is needed to operate a motorized golf cart.
Members assume responsibility for the conduct and dress of their guests on the golf course and should be sure that they follow the golf course rules.  All green fees and cart charges for guests will be charged and billed to the sponsoring Member.
The Club has available a fleet of motorized golf carts which are operated as a service to Members.  Privately owned motorized carts are not allowed.  Only two people are permitted to ride in a cart at one time. Pull carts are not permitted to be placed on or towed by motorized carts.  Members using motorized carts are responsible for their safe operation and for all damage to carts beyond ordinary wear.  All four wheels of the golf carts should be kept on the paths, and carts should not be driven beyond direction signs or within fifty feet of the green.
Blue Flags are available for players with disabilities requiring reduced or restricted ambulation.  Members must submit their request in writing to the Golf Committee for consideration, and assignment will be on an annual basis.  When two players in the same group are entitled to the use of a Blue Flag, then both must ride in the same cart.  Under no circumstances may carts carrying Blue Flags approach closer than thirty feet to the putting green, and on those days when carts are restricted to cart paths, carts bearing a Blue Flag must also adhere to the restriction.
PLAYING TIMES                 
Tee-off order will be assigned by the Golf Professional staff when a threesome is present, for single or twosomes the Golf Professional will assign players to form a threesome or foursome.
Three-ball and four-ball matches only are permitted on Saturday, Sunday and Holiday mornings.  
Informal or casual play of less than a full 18 holes at late hours will be allowed.  However, such play should not interfere with Members playing a full 18 holes. 
When permission has been obtained from the Pro Shop to begin play on a hole other than the first, members are requested to have the courtesy of not cutting directly in front of any group, and should leave at least one open hole behind. 
 The Country Club is a smoke free environment with the following exceptions:
EVERY THURSDAY- smoking permitted throughout the Founders’ Room and Terrace after 2:30 pm.   
TERRACE – Smoking permitted daily to a confined designated area just outside of the Men’s Locker Room entry door.
GOLF COURSE AND GROUNDS- smoking permitted.

 All members and employees are advised that the Club has a behavior policy for members, guests and employees.  Members, guests and employees are required to conduct themselves and interact in a professional and amicable fashion.  Inappropriate comments, conduct or actions by members, guests and/or employees will not be tolerated.
If members or employees violate this policy, they will be appropriately disciplined, which may include expulsion from the Club or termination of employment.  If guests violate this policy, they will be restricted in their use of the Club facilities as determined by the Board at its discretion.  Members or guests should be reported to the Board immediately and employees who violate this policy should be reported by members to the appropriate Club manager immediately.  The focus of the inquiry will be whether or not, under the circumstances, the member, guest and/or employee behaved inappropriately as determined by the Board in its discretion.                         
 On Saturdays and Sundays, only one guest will be allowed in each foursome prior to 9:00 a.m.  Members are permitted to invite up to 7 guests by making advance arrangements with the Pro Shop.  Approval for over 7 and up to 15 guests may be obtained from the Golf Committee. Over 15 guests requires the approval of the Board of Governors.