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To help create an enjoyable visit please review the following summary of Club policies.

Proper golf apparel is required of all golfers, including Juniors. 

Shorts may be no shorter than four inches above the knee.  The dress code does not allow cargo shorts, cargo pants, denim, tank tops, halter-tops, men’s collarless or sleeveless shirts or other inappropriate apparel.  Shirts must be tucked in unless they have a band or ribbed bottom that was designed to be worn outside.  Hats are not to be worn backwards at any time.  Women may wear sleeveless or collarless shirts with discretion.
Appropriate golf shoes are required.  Please note, golf shoes with metal spikes are not permitted.

Members are responsible for informing their guests in advance of the Club’s dress code.  Any member or guest in violation of the Club’s dress code policy will be asked to leave the golf course.
The bag drop is located between the Clubhouse and the Golf Shop at the entrance to the Course.

Lockers are available for guests in both the men's and ladies' locker rooms.  Please speak to the starter for Guest Locker assistance. 
Practice on the Course is prohibited, except for the practice tee, putting green and chipping area.
The goal for a foursome to complete an 18-hole round of golf at Madison Country Club is 4 hours.  Please keep up with the group ahead of you. 
Note that the new USGA Rules which came into effect in 2019 reduce ball search time to 3 minutes, and recommend a stroke is made in no more than 40 seconds when it is your turn to play.
Please replace divots or fill with divot mix and repair all ball marks on greens.
Please rake sand traps after use.  Rakes should be left out of the sand after raking.
When play is suspended for dangerous weather such as lightning, the Lightning Detection System will sound a warning siren.  Players must suspend play immediately after one long blast and return to the Clubhouse.  Three consecutive notes of the siren will signify “All Clear” and that players may resume play. 
Members and guests may carry cell phones on the golf course as long as they remain on either vibrate or in the off position.  Cell phones may be used for medical emergencies, as a distance measuring device or to report an on-course incident to the Golf Shop. They should never be used for personal or business calls while on the golf course. Cell phones may be used while in the parking lot and Clubhouse as long as they do not interfere with, or are a distraction to, members enjoyment of the Club.

It is the members' responsibility to convey the Club's cell phone policy to their guests.
Smoking is not allowed in the Clubhouse or Golf Shop.