Golf & Course Etiquette

Golf & Course Etiquette

Dress Code - Clubhouse, Dining Rooms & Outdoor Patio:

Casual attire, including denim (no torn or frayed jeans), is appropriate.
Bathing suits are not allowed; however, cover-ups can be used for indoor access.

Golf Course:
Proper golfing attire is mandatory for members and guests, with the pro shop displaying suitable clothing examples.

Denim, running shorts, swimwear, tank tops, or t-shirts are not permitted on the course or practice facilities.
Only spikeless golf shoes are allowed; metal spikes are prohibited.

Pace of Play:

Four hours is identified as a reasonable pace of play at Paris County Club.
Each group should conclude their play no later than 15 minutes after the group in front of them.
If your group is lagging, kindly allow faster groups to play through.
A maximum of four golfers are allowed per hole unless approval is granted by the manager or pro. Note: Bartenders, servers, or shop attendants are not authorized to grant such approval.

Play 'Ready Golf':

When using a golf cart, position it either behind the green or close to the next tee.
Carry only a few necessary clubs with you when you move away from the cart.
Maintain a distance of at least 30 feet from the greens unless you possess and display a handicap flag

Driving Range/Practice Areas:

Our Driving Range and practice areas operate on a self-service basis, available year-round.
All chipping and putting greens are accessible unless covered.


The pool season commences on Memorial Day Weekend

Operating Hours:

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Open Swim).

Closed every Monday and after Labor Day.