1. Please reserve your tee off time in
advance. Deposits are required for 4 groups
of golfer or more.
Please inform your cancellation in advance.
3. Please reserve your prefer caddie in
advance through our reservation staff.
4. Number of players per group
- Minimum of 3 golfers and maximum
of 5 golfers
- A group of less than 3 golfers is
allowed only on non-crowed days. For
crowed days, a group of less than
3 golfers must be accepted to possibly
join with another group.
5. Follow good golf etiquette during your
Keep it safe
- Do not hit the ball until you
are certain that the group ahead
of you is out of range.
- If your ball appears headed
toward another player, another
group or staff working in the
course, give them a warning by
yelling out “FORE!”
- Follow our course’s sign and
- Observe the safety suggestions
posted in golf carts and drive
- Keeping your cart off the grass
as much as possible.
- Never throw club in anger. In
addition to being rude and childish,
it could also be dangerous and
damage the course.
5.2 Maintain a good pace
- A suggested time to finish a
round of golf at our club is four
to four and a half hours.
- Be ready the play by the tee
off at least 10 – 15 minutes before
your “Tee off” time. Tee off time
at 8:00am means the ball flies
- Choose the correct set of tees
from which to play.
- Mulligans are not allow on a
crowed days (player waiting behind),
which will be advice from our
starter. (In case of using mulligans,
do limit them to no more than
one mulligan per nine)
- One player is only allowed to
play one ball
- Keep your round moving by being
prepared to hit your shot when
it is your turn. You probably
don't like waiting on other groups
- don't make other groups wait
- The player who is away hits
first in a group. However, in
friendly matches (as opposed to
tournament play), this rule can
be ignored in favor of "ready
play" - players hit as they are
ready. All players should agree
to "ready play" before it is put
- If you are unsure whether your
ball has come to rest out of bounds
(OB), or may be lost, immediately
hit a provisional ball so that
you won't have to return to the
spot to replay the shot. If you
are playing a recreational match
with, shall we say, a "loose interpretation"
of the rules, then simply drop
a new ball somewhere around the
area where your ball was lost
and keep playing.
- Do not spend too much time looking
for a lost ball, particularly
if there is a group behind you
ready to play. If you insist on
taking the full five minutes allotted
to look for lost balls, golf etiquette
says wave up the group behind
to allow them to play through.
- Always try to keep pace with
the group ahead of you. If space
opens in front of you, allow a
faster group to play through.
- When walking from your cart
to your ball, take a couple clubs
with you. Taking only one club,
then having to return to the cart
to retrieve a different club,
is a huge time-waster.
- Always leave the putting green
as soon as your group has finished
- You must “Call Hole” for all
Par 3’s if there is a group behind
you ready to play.
- If you come across with a group
of slow players, please contact
our Marshall for assistance.
- Our Marshall will be monitoring
the course on regular basis to
manage a good pace and provide
assistance for all of concerns.
5.3 Be Kind to the Course
- Follow signs and instructions
on course strictly.
- For cart user, our carts are
allowed to travel through the
fairway in a 90 degree rules.
However, on a wet day, please
keep the carts on path only.
- Keep carts away from greens
- Repair all divots.
- Repair all ball marks on the
- Always rake sand traps after
hitting to erase your footprints
and damage to the area where your
- Never take a divot on a practice
5.4 And a Few More Golf Etiquette Hints
- Quiet, please! Never talk during
another player's swing.
- Do not yell out following a
shot. Even if boisterous behavior
doesn't bother your playing partners,
there are other people on the
course who may be within earshot.
- Be aware of your shadow on the
putting green. Don't stand in
a place that causes your shadow
to be cast across another player
or that player's putting line.
- Never walk through a playing
partner's putting line. Your footprints
might alter the path of a partner's
putt. Step over the putting line,
or walk around (behind) the partner's
- All golfers are required to take caddies provided by MJGC.
- Caddies are to serve you during your round by handling your golf bag, taking care of your clubs, helping you finding your golf ball in and out of fairways.
- Caddies are to maintain good condition of the course during your round, including fixing divots and ball marks.
- Caddies can also provide useful information about the course in general, including layouts, hazards, breaks and lines on the greens.
- Traditionally, a minimum tip for a caddie is suggested at 300 baht per round (18 holes).
- Please evaluate caddies’ performances and services to continuously help us improving our future services.
* If you come across any inconvenient during your round please contact our staffs for assistance.