Guest Information

Please contact Brian Gillespie, our General Manager, at 203-531-7300 or email: brian@tamarackcountryclub.com if you are interested in membership opportunities or a full tour of the club.

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  • Golf Course & Club Attire
    • Only conventional and appropriate golf attire may be worn on club grounds, the golf course, and the clubhouse. Shorts are permitted for both men and women, but should rise no more than four inches above the knee. Apparel such as cargo shorts/pants, tennis shorts, athletic or jogging shorts, cutoff slacks, swimming attire, denim, halter tops, numeral jerseys, uncollared shirts (for men) and T-shirts are not allowed. Gentlemen's shirts must be tucked in at all times and hats are to be worn bill forward and all headwear must be removed upon entering the clubhouse.
  • Cell Phone Policy
    • Cellular phones, Blackberries and other communication devises is prohibited on the golf course at all times except when used simply for viewing email or text messages. The use of cell phones in the clubhouse, except the locker rooms is also prohibited. Cell phones can be used in the parking lot up until the bag drop area.
  • Speed of Play
    • Please be considerate of your fellow golfers in your speed of play, in the interval maintained between groups on the golf course and in your treatment and care of the golf course. The committee believes the expected time for completion of a round for a foursome is four hours, subject of course to conditions. It is most important to maintain your position behind the group in front of you, and maintain that position by preparing for your own strokes while walking or riding to your ball, or while waiting for others to play. If you periodically check both behind you and in front, you will have an idea whether you are going too slow.
  • Caddies
    • The Golf Committee strongly recommends taking a caddy. Caddies help speed up the pace of play by finding errant shots faster and their advice should lead to faster play and better scores. Caddies are also mindful of repairing divots and pitch marks and permissible cart usage.
  • Care of the Golf Course
    • Members and guests have a responsibility to take care of the golf course. Please repair ball marks on the greens. Replace divots or use sand/seed mix to fill divots in the fairways. Properly rake bunkers. When using a golf cart, please follow all directional signs and use cart paths when designated to do so. Please be especially careful to not drive in the tall fescue grass areas. The responsible operation of golf carts will help preserve the pristine condition of our playing surfaces. Please deposit all smoking materials, litter and broken tees in available containers on the course.