Course Information

The hilly landscape and water on every hole makes for a very interesting round.

The dress code is in effect at all times, regardless of the weather or season. All Members and Guests must wear suitable attire at all times on the course and in and around the clubhouse. Players are expected to dress tastefully and to comply with the Club dress code and is up to the discretion of the Pro Shop staff. As dress is a personal matter and as contemporary golfing attire changes from time to time any questions regarding the acceptability of any particular apparel can be reviewed with the Clubhouse Manager.

To ensure an enjoyable day for everyone, groups that have fallen behind will be asked to pick up the pace by our Pro Shop staff. Slow groups may be asked to proceed to the group in front of them or leave the golf course, if they cannot catch up in a reasonable amount of time.

Please expect to be paired up with other player(s) to form a foursome. Single players will not be allowed on the course by themselves unless deemed acceptable by Pro Shop staff.

Any alcohol or beer brought onto the property will be confiscated. Failure to comply will result in the guilty persons being asked to leave the property. Talbot Trail is licensed to sell alcoholic beverages.

For safety and insurance reasons, we do not allow any caddies, spectators or riders on the golf course.

You are financially responsible for any damage to the carts or the golf course, caused by improper or careless use. Anyone renting a power cart does so at their own risk and waives all claims of personal injury against Talbot Trail Golf Club. Power carts are not available to anyone under the age of 18.

We do not have rental clubs and all players must have their own set to play.

If you paid for 9 holes and complete less than 5 holes, a 9 hole rain check will be issued. There will be no rain checks after playing more than 5 holes. Rain checks expire at the end of the golf season, unless otherwise noted.

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