To make your time at Tullymore as enjoyable as possible, please take a moment to review our policies before your arrival.
We make every effort to make sure our courses run on time and on schedule. Respecting tee times is an important part of ensuring a relaxing and enjoyable round for everyone.
- Tee times can be made up to two weeks in advance.
- Please specify the number of players in your group, and if the number changes, please notify us as soon as possible.
- Please notify us at least 72 hours in advance if you need to cancel your tee time. If your group is larger than four, we ask for one week’s notice if possible.
- Arrive 15 minutes prior to your tee time.
- You must check in at the counter when you arrive and collect your receipt, which you must then present to the starter.
Proper attire is required for all players on the golf course and driving range. We want each and every guest to be comfortable, but without proper attire, you may be denied entry to the course or facilities.
- Spikeless golf shoes only.
- Collared shirts for both men and women.
- No denim, including colored denim.
- Short shorts, tank tops, and cut-offs are not permitted.
- Sleeveless collared shirts are permitted for women.
Golf carts available for a small rental fee.
- Drivers must hold a valid driver’s license.
- Only two people and two sets of clubs are permitted per cart.
- Each player must have his or her own set of clubs. Rentals are available at the pro shop.
- We have a 90-degree cart rule—meaning you must enter and exit the fairway at a 90-degree angle.
- Please use sand to repair shallow divots and replace deeper divots.
Speed of Play
Everyone has his or her own speed of play and we ask that you be aware of yours. For helpful ideas and tips to help speed up your play, please contact the pro shop.
- Play “ready golf” by letting the person that is ready to hit go ahead, while making sure everyone in your group is safe.
- As a rough guide, an 18-hole round should be completed in approximately 4 hours and 15 minutes.
Please contact the pro shop if you would like to establish a handicap. You will need to pay a small handicap fee, which entitles you to be a member of the Golf Association of Michigan.
- Once you have established a handicap, you must play summer rules (you cannot improve your lie anywhere on the golf course).
- Scores from other courses must be turned in to our computer. You will also need to include the course rating and slope rating from that course.
- You can pick up your handicap card at the pro shop. The card will indicate your established handicap index, which is updated every three weeks.
Clinics are held during the summer and you must pre-register to take part. When clinics are held, information will be sent out in advance. Join our mailing list to find out more about upcoming clinics.