Guest Information

Guest Information - Tamarack Country Club


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.



  • Golf Course & Club Attire
    •  

      Tamarack’s dress code is intended to ensure a pleasant and dignified atmosphere in which to enjoy the club’s facilities & services.  An integral part of Tamarack’s tradition is the expectation that members, their families and guests will always be neatly attired and will maintain higher standards of appearance than may be evident in public places.  Members should exercise good judgment, respect tradition and be sensitive to the desires and expectations of the membership as a group.  Recognizing that a dress code cannot reasonably be expected to identify all forms of acceptable and unacceptable attire, Tamarack’s dress code establishes minimum standards that apply to club facilities and activities. The dress code applies to members and their guests.  Violations of dress code will result in diminished club privileges.    

       

       

      Club Attire:

      Sport coat and tie are encouraged (not required) for men.  Slacks, collared shirt, “Tommy Bahama” type shirts (no tails).  Shirts with tails may not be worn outside the pant.  Proper shoes, no open toe sandals for men.  Skirts, dresses, slacks for women.  Children as above.


       

      Sports Attire:

      Traditional golf wear for Men and Women includes collared shirts, shorts and skirts (of proper length no shorter than 6 inches above the knee).  Spikeless golf shoes only.
      No cargo shorts!
      Golf hats are not permitted anywhere in the clubhouse.  Hats on the golf course or at the pool must always be worn brim forward.


       

      Tennis:

      Clothing specifically designed for tennis; proper tennis shoes. Bare midriff is discouraged.  Children above the age of 10 must comply with Sports Attire Standards.
      Sweat suits and sweatpants cannot be worn in the clubhouse.


       

      Casual Attire:

      Collared shirt and appropriate shoes are required.  Shirts must be tucked in always.

      We allow dressy denim October through April.  Mandatory jacket with “dressy denim” for men on Friday Night.

      “Dressy Denim” is fitted, stylish and neat, straight or slightly bell-bottom flair.  Faded, frayed, tattered or intentionally torn, or bleached blue jeans are not permitted.   

      White and black “Dressy Denim” is permitted but again nothing faded, intentionally torn or bleached.  (If you think the denim is not dressy, it probably is not.)

      Sneakers of any kind are not permitted with dressy denim.

      Children under the age of 10 may not wear jeans or denim of any kind in the clubhouse, except for the Sunday Buffet.

      Gentlemen are permitted to wear khakis and tucked in shirt with collar.  Open toe shoes are not permitted.


       

      Fitness Attire:

      Tee shirts, socks, sneakers and sweat suits are permitted in the fitness area and the locker rooms only.  Sweat suits are considered fitness wear.  They are not permitted in the dining room. Sweatpants and matching sweatshirts are not considered sweat suits and are not allowed in the dining areas. Swim wear is not permitted in the club house at any time.

  • 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.