These rules and regulations apply to everyone within the confines of the golf course, whatever their reason for being there, and concern all the facilities made available: the clubhouse, the courses, the driving range, the practice areas, the parking lot and, in general, all the facilities on the club’s premises.
Rules of procedure
Proper attire in accordance with golfing traditions and etiquette is mandatory.
Management is responsible for monitoring compliance with these rules and regulations at all times.
The driving range and practice areas are freely accessible.
Picking up balls is strictly forbidden.
Buckets and balls belong to the golf club, may not be taken away and must be used only on the driving range and approach areas.
Buckets must be returned to the machine after use.
Players are asked to respect etiquette and its principles (replace divots, rake bunkers, avoid slow play, respect the distance from the preceding game, otherwise let the following game pass).
Maintain courteous behavior and an irreproachable attitude in all circumstances.
To access the course, you must reserve a tee time via your member access.
All players must report to reception before accessing the course, and are obliged to arrive 5 minutes before their tee-off time.
Players must respect their tee times.
Dog owners must keep their dog on a leash and carry a waste bag.
Players must have one golf bag per person.
Maximum playing time is 04.30 hours for a round of 4.
Dogs are not allowed inside the store.
Please respect our staff.
A code must be obtained from the golf reception desk to leave the grounds.
Any breach will be the subject of a reminder to the person concerned and will be recorded at reception.
A repeat offence will result in a penalty: exclusion and a one-week ban from the Golf de Servanes facilities.
Second or serious offence: permanent exclusion from Golf de Servanes.
The decision to exclude a member temporarily or permanently is the responsibility of the Management.
Exclusion does not give entitlement to any reimbursement.
The persons concerned remain liable for any sums due to the golf club, without prejudice to possible criminal prosecution.