Club Info

Activities at Glendale

club infoGlendale is a country club in all aspects, offering a wide range of amenities, programs and festivities for the entire family. A steady series of social evenings, barbecues, bridge nights and other programs are available to all members. And of course, members and their guests can always enjoy a beverage of their choice and/or a leisurely meal at outdoor patio situated alongside the practice facilities.

At the heart of this activity is the Glendale Club House. Everything has been designed for the comfort and enjoyment of members and their guests. An inviting, yet informal licensed dining room complete with separate lounge area, a beautiful multi-purpose banquet room, and smaller card/meeting room, are among the fine facilities at Glendale. The men's and ladies locker and change rooms are spacious and functional and both feature a comfortably appointed lounge and relaxation area.

The main 100-seat dining area offers patrons a scenic view of the golf course and practice area. The adjoining lounge is an ideal spot to relax with a cold beverage and a light snack after your game; or perhaps you just to kick back and watch the new large screen TV.

Social Activities

club infoOne of the primary reasons for joining Glendale is the wide array of social activities at the Club. New members are quickly welcomed and are made to feel right at home with a wide array of events and activities that include:

  • Wine and cheese event to welcome all new members.
  • The new Wednesday Nite Mixer (9-holes of golf followed by an informal dinner in the dining room).
  • On the golfing front, Thursday is Ladies Day, with the always popular Men's League beginning in the late afternoon.
  • There are monthly Family Buffets and Dinners in the dining room, where members and their families gather to enjoy a wonderful meal.
  • Special Holiday dinners and banquets celebrating Mother's Day, Father's Day and Thanksgiving are always extremely popular with members and their guests.

Dress Code

All members and their guests shall be appropriately dressed on the golf course, driving range, putting & chipping green at all times.

*Men/Boys – Golf shirts with collars & sleeves, sweaters, jackets, rain suits, slacks, pants & shorts with pockets sewn closely to garment. (Including non-torn cargo shorts and pants) plus fours & tailored Bermuda shorts, provided they are no shorter or longer than 4" from the top of knee cap when standing. Golf shirts must be worn inside the waist unless they are specifically tailored or banded to be worn outside the waist.

*Ladies/girls - Golf shirts with collars or sleeves, slacks, sweaters, jackets, rain suits: skirts, shorts, culottes & golf dress, provided they are no longer or shorter than 4" from the top of the knee cap when standing. Golf shirts longer than waist length must be worn inside the waist, unless they are tailored, they may be worn outside the waist.

*Prohibited attire on golf course - All denim wear, including pants, shorts, skirts, or jeans of any color, military pants or shorts, sweaters or jogging suits, short shorts, border shorts, tennis clothes (only on tennis courts) & beach wear. This dress code is adhered to be at all times on the golf course or any practice areas.

Metal spikes are not permitted.

 

GUESTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ON THE GOLF COURSE IF IMPROPERLY ATTIRED.

Practice Fairway and Putting Green:

  • Practice balls are not permitted anywhere on the golf course.
  • You MUST hit only from designated areas and between roped off sections.
  • Pitching of lofted shots is not permitted on the putting green adjacent to the Pro Shop.

Golf Carts:

  • Power carts must not be driven among trees in the rough.
  • Pull carts must be kept in front of the white lines to the greens or tees.
  • All carts must be kept in front of the white lines to the greens; (no closer than 30ft if no white lines).
  • Do not drive or pull carts past white lines or within 30 ft of greens without being on cart paths.
  • All carts are to be parked on paths adjacent to tees and greens. No carts are permitted on greens and tees at anytime.
  • Power carts must be used on cart paths where provided. Use 90-degree rule to access fairway.
  • Maximum of 2 riders at a time.
  • Do not cross fenced-off areas.

Course Deportment

  • Rake bunkers after use and leave rakes outside bunkers.
  • Replace all divots.
  • Do not drag spikes on greens when walking.
  • Repair all ball marks on greens - yours and others

Reciprocal Relationships:

  • Private Clubs
  • Riverside Country Club
  • Richmond Country Club
  • Oahu Country Club