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Course Care

1. Repair ball marks, your own and any others close to your own

2. Fill divots, especially on par 3 tees

3. Adhere to cart traffic signs and staking. This could be the most important of all items.  Because of the large number of rounds Country Creek has on a daily basis the need to disperse cart traffic is vital.  As weather cools and Bermuda grass grows slower it also recovers slower from wear.  These areas tend to become “hard panned” and difficult to play out of.  Par 3’s are always cart path only.  It is unusual, but there may be rain that causes us to be “cart path only.” While a little inconvenient it is a necessary restriction as the turf gets damaged and any ruts created from tires make for poor playability.  I put a photo in to illustrate the damage just a few carts can do when not following the rules.

4.  Rake bunkers after shots.  Hopefully this list is a helpful reminder of the role each golfer plays in keeping your course beautiful.  Keep others accountable and we’ll enjoy a fun season here at Country Creek.

Cart Use

Please keep the carts on the cart paths on all par 3’s and use the 90 degree rule on the par 4’s. If you are eligible for a handicap flag, remember that carts must remain at least 30 feet from the greens. Cart use is restricted on two to three par 4 holes every day on a rotating basis. Please be on the look out for the “Cart Path Only” signs.

Our carts are equipped with GPS technology. 

Contact the VCC Pro Shop at 239-947-3840 with questions. Thank you and happy golfing.