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Our club offers amenities that will suit every person in your family. Fitness classes to stay in shape or even a match on the Pickleball courts will surely have you enjoying your time spent at CCC. No matter your needs, we have an activity for you. 


 

GUEST POLICY

If you are dining or attending a function hosted at the CCC, it is our pleasure to welcome you.  We kindly ask that you observe the following policies in order to ensure an enjoyable and memorable visit.

Dress Code
CCC members, families, and guests must wear appropriate and tasteful attire in the Clubhouse and on Club grounds.
 
Clubhouse Attire
Legends Business casual attire is acceptable with collared shirts and slacks for gentlemen and comparable attire for ladies. 
 
1909 Business casual attire is acceptable with collared shirts and slacks for gentlemen and comparable attire for ladies.  Denim jeans in good taste are acceptable.  Shorts and other attire consistent with golf and tennis attire are acceptable.  Athletic wear is acceptable during the day (prior to 5 p.m.).
 
The Grille – Casual attire is acceptable including denim jeans, shorts, and athletic wear.
 
Gentlemen should remove hats inside Clubhouse except in fitness center.  No swimsuits allowed inside Clubhouse, Golf Pro Shop, or Tennis Pro Shop.
 
Golf Attire.  Acceptable golf attire is slacks, skirts, or golf shorts and collared shirts which must be tucked in.  Examples can be seen in the Golf Pro Shop.  Only soft spikes are permitted.
 
Tennis and Pickleball Attire.  Acceptable tennis attire is shirts, skirts, shorts, dresses, warm-ups, and tennis shoes that are designed for tennis.  Examples can be seen in the Tennis Pro Shop.
 
Cell Phones
Cell phones must be in the silent or vibrate mode on Club grounds, and discreet use of cell phones is permitted provided such use does not interfere with the enjoyment of the Club for fellow members and guests. 
 
Tipping
Tipping in addition to the service charge is neither required nor expected, but tipping is not prohibited.  A modest tip may be placed on the member chit to individually recognize a staff member for exceptional service.