Golf Shop Updates
DAILY UPDATE: Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Plenty of tee times open today! Please call the golf shop for tee time availability.
Summer Rules. Carts are allowed on fairways.
2019 South Whidbey Invitational
Updated as of 7-16
Round 1 & 2 Tee Times
Congratulations to Patricia Bradley for making a Hole-in-One on Hole #7, and Eddie Mulcahy for his double eagle on #11!
2019 Summer Ecce Standings - 7-13-19
South Whidbey Invitational Entry Click HERE
2019 Herb Magnusson Cup Bracket - Click Here
USELESS CUP STANDINGS
Junior Camp 2019 Flyer
Women's Association 2019 Calendar
2019 Reciprocal Courses
-Olympia Country & Golf Club
-Skagit Golf & Country Club
-Sunland Golf & Country Club
-Wenatchee Golf & Country Club
Useless Bay Golf & Country Club is a private facility with memberships available. To use the facility you must be a member or the guest of a member
The golf shop IS open to the public.
Driving Range Hours of Operation
Driving Range will close at 7:00pm daily. (Range will close at 4:00pm on Sunday to be picked).
*Cart barns open until 7:00pm daily
2019 Driving Range Program Application
Please call the golf shop with any cart barn questions.
-Proper attire is required at all areas on the course, including practice areas. Members are responsible for their guests' attire and behavior.
-Play ready golf and keep pace with the group ahead of you.
-Repair all marks on greens, rake bunkers and replace divots with sand mix.
-Cart rules indicated daily. Carts must stay on paths on all par 3 holes. Carts must stay at least 30 yards from all greens and tees.
-Out of bounds defined by white stakes.
-Penalty areas are defined by yellow or red stakes. Optional drop areas are provided on holes #7 and #15 for a ball in yellow penalty area.
-Play is prohibited from penalty areas defined by red stakes with green tops.
-150 yard posts are considered movable obstructions.
-Flower beds are considered ground under repair and relief must be taken.
-Defibrillators are located in the front office, on the south side of the maintenance building and at each restroom on the course.
-A ball which crosses a public road and comes to rest beyond that road is considered OUT OF BOUNDS, even though it may lie on another part of the course.