A good policy is one that protects the rights of one individual while granting privileges to another. Your cooperation in supporting the following club policies will enable Elmcrest to continue to be dedicated to the pleasure and pride of each member. Conduct inconsistent with good club membership should be reported to the Club Manager.
Guest are permitted only when accompanied by a member, or at member-sponsored functions. Members and their guest shall conduct themselves as ladies and gentlemen.
Violations of Club rules, reservations, restrictions, and priorities shall be reported to the Club Manager or his assistant; or to the Director of Golf or Professional if appropriate. One of the above SHALL explain the violation to the violator and report serious violations to the Rules and Discipline Committee.
No article of any kind shall be offered for sale on the Club premises by a member or guest; nor shall advertisements be posted.
Members are financially responsible for their own, and their guests, Club charges and any damage to Club property.
Club properties are not to be removed from their respective locations.
Towels that are provided in the Men's and Ladie's Locker Rooms are for use exclusively in these areas. They are not to be removed from the Locker Rooms at any time.
Employees are not to be sent on errands by members or guests, nor shall members reprimand an employee. Any questionable behavior should be reported to the Food and Beverage Manager. Complaints of a serious nature should be addressed in writing to the General Manager and signed by the complaining member, for forwarding to the appropriate committee for action.
Each member must place his/her Elmcrest membership number on food and beverage charges along with their signature.
A member's spouse, child, or outside guest is required to sign the member's name above their own when signing checks.
There is a "No Cash" policy for all members.
Food and beverage must be purchased on the premises. No food of beverage may be brought onto the Club grounds and premises.
By Iowa law, any person under the age of 21 cannot be served an alcoholic beverage.
The $35 monthly fee is added as a labor cost to offset and it does not go directly to the servers. Many of you already provide additional tips, which do go directly to your servers; this is kind of you. Your staff truly appreciates those additional tips for their gracious, efficient, prompt and pleasant service.