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Golf Guest Information


Welcome to White Manor Country Club. We are excited to have you "experience" the #3 Ranked "Modern Design" golf course and #14 overall course in Pennsylvania, by GolfWeek Magazine. White Manor was redesigned and completely renovated in 2003 by the highly rated course architects from Bobby Weed Design of Pointe Vedra Beach, FL. The course re-opened to rave reviews and accolades in August 2003, winning an award as U.S. Course Renovation of the Year. We look forward to providing you with the best club experience possible. Below are some tips that will help you to acquaint yourself with our traditions, which will allow you to have a very enjoyable experience here at White Manor.

 
 Upon Arrival
Enter the club through the main driveway, and follow the signs for the sports entrance /
bag drop area to your right; where you are greeted by a staff member. They will take your
clubs and direct you to the appropriate locker room facility. You will enter the building
through the Sports Entrance. (Park your vehicle in the main parking lot.)
 
The staff member will direct you to the appropriate locker room facility. A locker room 
attendant will show you to your locker, and will direct you to the Golf Pro Shop or 
the Grille Room for lunch with your host.
 
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Dress Code on the Golf Course and All Practice Facilities

* All male golfers must keep their shirts tucked in at all times. Hats must be worn forward.
  Tank tops and undershirts are not acceptable. The length of shorts must be no shorter than
  three inches above the knee. Jeans, cutoffs, cargo shorts, or jogging outfits are not acceptable.
  Bathing attire is not permissible. Golf shoes must have non-metal spikes only.
 
* Sleeveless shirts are acceptable for female golfers, but halter tops, tank tops and spaghetti
  straps are not acceptable. The length of shorts is to be no shorter than three inches above the
  knee. Jeans, cutoffs, cargo shorts, or jogging outfits are not acceptable. Bathing attire is not
  permissible. Golf shoes must have non-metal spikes only.
 
* Juniors must be similarly attired with the only exception being that shorts are to be
  proportional to the adult minimum.
 
* All questions regarding the appropriate attire when using the golf facilities should be directed
  to the Golf Pro Shop Staff.
 
 
 
 Dress Code in the Clubhouse
Main Lobby: The lobby is considered a semi-formal area at all times. Members and guests are
required to wear shoes and appropriate cover-ups, shirts etc. when entering or leaving through
the lobby. 
 
Grille Room: Men are not permitted to wear hats in the Grille Room. Jeans are permitted,
except when a higher dress standard is set for a specific social event. Jeans are to be tasteful,
absent of holes, rips, tears & must be worn in an appropriate way. Members and guests
are expected to wear attire which is neat, clean, and appropriate for the setting they are in.
Bathing attire (even with cover-ups and sandals) is not permitted in the Grille Room.
 
Main Bar & General's Bunker: Children under the age of 10 are not permitted to sit in the bar area. Jeans are permitted, except when a higher dress standard is set for a specific social event. Jeans are to be tasteful, absent of holes, rips, tears & must be worn in an appropriate way. Members and their guests are expected to wear attire which is neat, clean, and appropriate for the setting they are in. Bathing attire (even with cover-ups and sandals) is not permitted in the Main Bar/Lounge.
 
Manor Room: Men must wear pants and collared shirts, except for when a specific dress code 
has been specified for a special event. Women are requested to dress appropriately, except for 
when a specific dress code has been specified for a special event. No jeans or shorts are
permitted in the Manor Room. Children under the age of 10 are not permitted to sit in
the Manor Room.
 
 
 
 Care of the Course
Each Member and Guest has the responsibility of taking care of the course. Please: 
 
* Repair ball marks on the greens. Please use only the approved ball mark repair tool, 
  which will be supplied to you. See the Caddy Master if you do not have the tool. 
 
* Repair divots on the tee boxes and fairways. Please replace the divot whenever possible; if
  not, use the divot mix provided on the carts. A good rule of thumb for divot replacement is
  if you can pick up the divot replace it, if not, fill the divot hole with the sand/seed mix. 
 
* Before leaving a bunker, carefully rake over all foot prints. Bunkers are to be entered and
  departed from their lowest points. Rakes are to be left inside traps. If you are playing a late
  afternoon or evening round, it is necessary to rake the bunkers before proceeding.
 
* Deposit smoking materials and other litter in available containers and never on the course.
 
* Daily notices regulating the movement of golf carts must be strictly obeyed.
 
By adhering to these important responsibilities we believe everyone's White Manor golfing
experience will be enhanced.
 
 " A shot is not finished until the damage has been repaired.
Being a golfer means finishing every shot."
   ~ White Manor Pride ~
 
 
 
 Pace of Play
Members and Guests are expected to play a round of golf in four hours and ten minutes or less. 
Please be ready to play at all times. Pick up your ball if you are out of a hole and putt
continuously when appropriate. To be respectful to our neighbors when searching for your
golf ball, stay on the course and refrain from entering their private property. A fore caddie
will be required, if available, if you are a reciprocal group of another club, or a group with
a member and three guests.
 
 
 
 Golf Facilities Include
* 18-hole private, private, secluded, quiet, natural, scenic, unique, well-maintained, pristine,
  sparkling, playable, modern, challenging, fair, accessible golf course.
 
* All weather driving range, featuring Titleist NXT golf balls and 6 target greens ranging from
  60 to 240 yards, each with a target flag and yardages laser-measured daily.

* Two-hole short-game practice area, featuring 7 bunkers, allowing players to practice bunker
  shots from greenside to 90 yards from a target pin. Pitching and chipping practice areas
  simulate all conditions found on the course.
 
* Improve your putting stroke and scoring skills on our two practice putting greens.
 
 
 
 Environmentally Friendly
White Manor accepts its stewardship of the environment and local watershed seriously. We
provide wildlife habitat, protect water quality and improve our overall environment, all
while preserving the natural heritage of the game of golf. The Club is an active member and
participant in local conservancy and watershed preservation organizations.
 
The Club embraces an environmentally respectful approach. Course design and engineering,
and its maintenance strategy make the course environmentally friendly.
 
 
 
  Cell Phone Use
Cell phones are restricted to the clubhouse lobby, locker room facilities and outside areas
provided that it is in a manner that is not disruptive, and that it is respectful to others.
It is permissible to check your PDA for messages and send text messages from anywhere
in the clubhouse.
 
 
 Smoking Policy
White Manor Country Club is a smoke-free facility. No smoking is allowed at any time in any 
interior structure. Smoking is permitted on the porch outside the Grille Room Tuesday through
Sunday, when food is not being served and in accordance with the hours of operation. Smoking
is not permitted in the Pool area or Pin Oak Cafe.