Golf Guest & Public Access Information
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Guest and Public Access Policy & Costs
Guests are welcome to be hosted by a member anytime of the season. We also allow Public Access during the months of May, June, September and October. Public Access players must call the golf shop for a tee time at 207-633-3673 ext 1.
The rates are as follows:
Public Access - $125 18-Holes / $75 9-Holes
Golf Cart - $25 / $18
Twilight Public Access - $90 (after 3pm, includes cart)
* Please note: Non-Golf Members are limited to 3 rounds per season as a guest of a member or public access player.
9 & 18 hole starts count as 1 round.
If you have any questions about our public access or guest regulations, please contact our Golf Pro, Chad Penman.
COUNTRY CLUB ATTIRE GUIDELINES
Golf appropriate attire is required at all times on Boothbay Harbor Country Club property.*
Proper attire for Men
- Slacks / shorts / cargo shorts no more than 3" above the knee
- Golf shirts with collars
Proper attire for Ladies
- Golf shirts/sleeveless tops with collars
Proper attire for Children
- Over the age of 12 --same as adults
- 12 & Under --Tee shirts with sleeves
*Denim of any color is never permitted on the course or in Paul's Steak House.
Visit our Pro Shop if you are in need of any attire or golf accessories.
Guest & Public Access Information for dining
Guests to our clubhouse and restaurants are welcome to be hosted by a member any time of the season. We allow Public Access dining in our restaurants during the months of May, June, September and October. During the available months, public dining reservations are made by calling our front desk at 207-633-3673 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dress Code for Dining
The Dress Code standards have been established to compliment your overall experience at Boothbay Harbor Country Club. Our staff members are here to answer any questions you have about the dress code and have been directed to gently remind those who accidentally forget, or are uninformed of the standards. Management reserves the right to define “inappropriate” attire. We hope that the following guidelines will assist you in making your time spent at the Club both comfortable and pleasurable.
Clubhouse & Grille 19
All members, family members, and guests shall be neat and wear appropriate attire at all times.
Golf shoes are permitted throughout the clubhouse, excluding Paul’s Steakhouse.
Solid color jeans are allowed in the clubhouse and Grille 19 only. No low rise jeans or rolled/cuff jeans allowed. Jeans are not allowed on the course or in Paul's Steak House.
Plastic flip-flop shoes shall not be worn inside any club facility, except in shower or wet areas. Fabric, decorative, and leather sandals in good taste are acceptable.
Hats shall be removed while indoors, except in the locker room areas, or outside on the uncovered patio. Hats shall not be worn backwards.
Shirts shall be tucked in at all times.
Linen or Satin style button down shirts designed to be worn outside of pants are acceptable.
Women shall not wear tube tops, halter tops, spaghetti strap tops or workout clothing in the clubhouse, except while en route to the locker room.
Shorts and skirts should be of an acceptable length, not hinting at, or revealing any undergarments.
Paul’s Steak House
While jackets are not required, proper country club attire welcomes jackets as a most acceptable accessory to one’s outfit at Paul’s Steak House. Appropriate attire for men includes business slacks and collared shirts. No shorts, no golf shoes, and no sneakers are permitted. Linen or Satin type of shirts are not required to be tucked in, though golf shirts must remain tucked in at all times. Examples of acceptable attire for women include business slacks, dress capris, dresses, skirts and dress shorts with a minimum 5” inseam. With the exception of tube tops, halter tops, or spaghetti straps, acceptable tops can be tailored shirts, blouses, high-quality shirts and sweaters. Well-behaved children are welcomed in Paul’s Steak House and their attire should reflect the same requirements set for adults.