Golf Course Rules & Regulations

Golf Course Rules & Regulations

Golf Course Rules & Regulations

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 in From the General Manager

Greetings Signature Members:

Spring weather is upon us and everyone in the Signature community is excited to get outside and take advantage of recreational opportunities around the Club and around the neighborhood.

In light of our recent growth in membership, I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone of the Club’s rules regarding access to the golf course. These items are taken directly from the Rules and Regulations of Signature of Solon Country Club. You can download the complete Club Rules & Regulations by clicking HERE.


Jogging and walking is not allowed on Club property with the exception of gaining access to the pathway between Signature I and II.

I really want to stress the importance of this rule as it is in place for the safety of everyone involved at the Club. The no jogging and walking on the cart paths extends to no bike riding, no rollerblading, and no skateboarding. There are golf carts and golf balls flying around the course throughout the day and we do not want to see anyone get hurt. 

The exception is the path that connects Capilano Drive in Signature I to Broadstone Drive in Signature II. This path crosses in front of #13 tee and winds back behind #12 green. This path is accessible by all residents to get from Signature I to Signature II. Residents must use sidewalks and surface streets to access these entry points when going to Signature II to use the pool and heading to Signature I to utilize the clubhouse.


All golfers shall register at the Golf Shop and pay all applicable green fees, guest fees and cart fees before beginning play. Members are responsible for the payment of fees incurred on account of their guests.

This is a simple request asking that all Members check in at the Golf Shop prior to going onto the course to begin your round.


N. Golf carts, both private and club owned are allowed on course for golf only and must be registered in the pro shop prior to entering the course, with the exception of gaining access between Signature I and II.

No golf carts should be on the golf course other than those being used by our Members and Guests during their round of golf. The exception is the previously acknowledged path between Signature I and II. You must be 16 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license in order to drive and operate a golf cart on Club property.

Should you have any questions regarding these aforementioned rules, please feel free to reach out to me at any time. All of us on the Signature management team strive to make your Club a fun and safe place for you and your family to enjoy.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.

Best wishes,
 Dan DeCrow
 General Manager

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