House Rules & Regulations

The General Manager and the Golf Professional are held responsible for the enforcement of these rules and they may interpret these rules as necessary with the full authority of the Board of Directors.

Restaurant Rules

The Restaurant and bar are closed on Mondays September through May of the year except for Memorial Day and Labor Day. The bar and restaurant will close at 5 pm on Tuesdays from October through April. The Clubhouse will be closed during the first two (2) weeks of January. The office is open Monday through Friday except for holidays, including the first two (2) weeks of January.

Bar Room Restrictions

From May through September, men are not permitted in the Bar Room before 12:30 on Tuesdays, but are permitted in the Dining Room. Women are not permitted in the Bar Room after 11:00 on Wednesdays, but are permitted in the Dining Room until 2:00 p.m. Dinner service will not be available for women or couples on Wednesday nights from Men’s Kickoff through September.

Food and Beverage Fees

A monthly “use-it-or-lose-it” food and beverage fee is charged to all Resident, Graduating, Single and Social members from February through November. Members with last names starting from A-L are on a calendar month billing and members with last names starting from M-Z are on a split month billing. The split month runs from the 16th of the first month through the 15th of the second month. One and half food fee will be for December and January. A pro-rated monthly food fee will be billed April through December if granted by the Board to members who are out of town for at least 60 days the first quarter of the year.

Smoking Restrictions

There is no smoking inside any of the Club buildings. Smoking of cigarettes and cigars will be allowed on the golf course and on the Patio Deck of the Clubhouse only. No smoking permitted at the Pool area due to the frequent visits by children.

Corkage Fees

All food and drink consumed on premises at the Club must be provided by the Club. Personal wine served at the Club will incur a $15 corkage fee. Wine lockers are available for yearly rent. Members with lockers will have a corkage fee of $10.

Liquor Laws

State liquor laws provide that no alcoholic beverages may be removed from the premises and the licensed Club must provide all beverages consumed on premises, except as allowed by Wyoming State laws.

Service Fees

All food and beverage charges are subject to an automatic eighteen (18) percent service charge unless the member specifies an additional amount. For all banquets, special and Holiday events, the Club shall charge an eighteen (18) percent service charge. All parties and reservations of twelve (12) persons or more constitute a banquet event.

Entertainment

No entertainment shall be arranged at the Club without with the permission of the General Manager.

Child Supervision

Children are not permitted to play on the Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Clubhouse or on the Club grounds except for designated sports in authorized areas.

No Children at Bar

State law requires that children may not sit or stand at a bar. This law shall be fully observed at the Club.

Clubhouse Dresscode

Clubhouse dress code is as follows:

It is expected that Members and their immediate family members will dress in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the setting of The Casper Country Club Clubhouse. It is also expected that Members will advise their guests of the applicable dress requirements. The provisions regarding proper golf, pool and tennis attire are detailed in the Club Rules and Regulations. The Club reserves the right to add additional requirements regarding attire for certain events or certain areas of the Club Facilities in the future. From time to time, exceptions to the dress rules may be made, as published by the Club.

Some examples of previously prohibited clothing that is now considered acceptable include: women’s dresses and tops with straps less than 3” in width, men’s fashionable collarless shirts, pool cover ups that are not see through while dining on the Deck.

Some examples of previously prohibited clothing that is still considered unacceptable include but are not limited to: swimwear in the Clubhouse, sweatpants, gym attire (adults), visible undergarments, hats in the Dining Room, torn jeans, tank tops.

Harassment

No member or guest may reprimand and/or discipline any employee. Such cases will be dealt with in accordance with the Club’s policy on harassment. The Casper Country Club is committed to maintaining a work environment that is free of discrimination. In keeping with this commitment, we will not tolerate harassment of Casper Country Club employees by anyone, including any supervisor, co-worker, vendor, client or customer or member or guest of the Casper Country Club.

Harassment consists of unwelcome conduct, whether verbal, physical or visual that is based upon a person’s protected status such as: sex; color; race; ancestry; religion; national origin; age; physical handicap; medical condition; disability; marital status; veteran status; citizenship status; or other protected group status. The Casper Country Club will not tolerate harassing conduct that affects tangible job benefits which creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment.

Sexual harassment deserves special attention. Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other physical, verbal or visual conduct based on sex, constitutes sexual harassment when: (1) submission to the conduct is an explicit or implicit term or condition of employment; (2) submission to or rejection of the conduct is used as a basis for an employment decision; or (3) the conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment. Sexual harassment may include explicit sexual propositions, sexual innuendo, suggestive comments, sexually oriented “kidding” or “teasing”, “practical jokes”, jokes about gender-specific traits, foul or obscene language or gestures, displays of foul or obscene printed or visual material and physical contact, such as patting, pinching or brushing against another’s body.

All Casper Country Club members and employees are responsible for helping to assure that we avoid harassment. If you feel that you have experienced or witnessed harassment, you are to notify the general manager or club president immediately. The Casper Country Club forbids retaliation against anyone who has reported harassment. Reports must be detailed, specific and in written form.

The Casper Country Club policy is to investigate all such complaints thoroughly and promptly. To the fullest extent possible, the Casper Country Club will keep complaints and the terms of resolution confidential. If an investigation confirms that harassment has occurred, the Casper Country Club will take corrective action, including such discipline up to and including immediate termination of employment or membership privileges as is appropriate.

Employee Responsibilities

No employee of the Club may be sent from the premises on any personal errand for any member.

Reserving Banquet Space

Members may reserve banquet space and are not charged room rental fees for their events. Members may be required to pay a deposit equal to two hundred and fifty ($250) dollars toward the estimated cost of the function when the room reservation is booked. For all member-sponsored and, a deposit equal to fifty (50) percent of the estimated cost of the function may be required when booking the event. The deposit is non-refundable unless the space reserved can be re-booked. All events must be member sponsored.

The non-member, if not part of a member’s immediate family, will be charged a $250 room rental fee. If the event is held outside the clubhouse, setup and arrangements must be approved by the General Manager. Because we are first and foremost a golf club, any events held outside that interrupt day-to-day golf operations must be approved by the Board of Directors and the General Manager. A setup fee will apply to these events, and will be determined by the size of the event. The minimum amount for outside events, other than pool rental, is determined by the size of the event, no less than $1000.

Solicitation

No subscriptions shall be solicited, nor shall any article be exposed for sale, nor any advertisement displayed or circulated in the Clubhouse or upon the Club grounds, without first obtaining the permission of the General Manager. Notices shall not be posted upon the bulletin board, nor shall any picture or decoration be placed in the clubhouse without the authority of the Board or the General Manager.

Locker Rooms

The locker rooms in the clubhouse are for the use of any member renting a locker, and will accommodate members using the Club for dining, golf, tennis and/or swimming (in appropriate attire). Children under sixteen (16) years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the clubhouse locker rooms. Locker rooms and restroom facilities are also located in the bath house by the pool.

Guests in Dining Room

Members are encouraged to bring guests to the clubhouse for open dining, and there are no limits on the number of visits a guest can enjoy per year in the dining rooms. Members may also send unaccompanied guests to the dining room by making reservation and authorizing the charge to their account. Members are responsible for their guests’ conduct and advising guests of all applicable rules of dress, etc. Golf, pool and tennis facilities each impose limits for guest visits.

Significant Others and Membership Benefits

Any unmarried Resident or Graduate member may specify a significant other to share their membership benefits. Significant Other will enjoy full use of the club. The member will be responsible for any charges incurred. To enjoy this benefit the member must file the necessary paperwork in the club office.

Guest Policy

The General Manager and the Golf Professional are held responsible for the enforcement of these rules and they may interpret these rules as necessary with the full authority of the Board of Directors.

POOL

Local residents may use the swimming pool no more than three (3) times per calendar year and must be accompanied by member. Bona fide house guests and out-of-county guests are not restricted in the number of times they may use the pool as a guest, but they will be required to pay any fees for swimming as established in the Annual Fee Schedule 2017. Guest privileges for the pool are available only to Resident, Graduating, Single, Corporate, and Junior members; all guests are additionally subject to the club’s pool rules.

TENNIS

Local residents may use the tennis courts no more than three (3) times per calendar year and must be accompanied by member. Bona fide house guests and out-of-county guests are not restricted in the number of times they may use the tennis facilities as a guest, but they will be required to pay any tennis fees as established in the Annual Fee Schedule 2017. Guest privileges for the tennis courts are available only to Resident, Graduating, Single, Corporate, Junior and Tennis members; all guests are additionally subject to the club’s tennis rules.

GOLF

Local residents may use the golf course no more than three (3) times per calendar year (excluding tournaments) and must be accompanied by member. Bona fide house guests and out-of-county guests are not restricted in the number of times they may golf as a guest, but they will be required to pay any fees for golf as established in the Annual Fee Schedule 2017. Guests may enjoy unlimited use of the driving range when accompanying a member for a round of golf, while using a house guest pass, or while participating in a club-sanctioned golf tournament. Guest privileges for the golf course are available only to Resident, Graduating, Single, Corporate, and Junior members; all guests are additionally subject to the club’s Golf Policy and rules.

DINING

Both local and out-of-county residents may enjoy unlimited dining as guests of any member of the club. Members may send unaccompanied guests to the dining room by making reservations and authorizing the charge to their account.

NOTABLE EXCEPTIONS

Per the bylaws, children of Single Members shall be treated as guests, subject to the limits imposed on immediate family members below.

Full-time caretakers such as babysitters and nannies will not incur charges for pool or tennis use while caring for children of Resident or Graduating members, or Corporate equivalents.

Grandchildren of Resident Members and Corporate equivalents may enjoy unlimited use of the pool and tennis facilities during such time as member is acting as full-time caretaker. Similar golf arrangements may be possible with permission of General Manager.

IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS

Immediate family members will be charged one-half of the posted rate in golf. No discount will be given when the member is not present. Immediate family members will pay normal guest fees for use of the tennis courts and pool. The definition of immediate family includes: mother, father, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, and grandchild. Immediate family members are subject to limitations on usage defined above, or as stated below if they qualify as bona fide house guests.

HOUSE GUESTS

House guest passes exist to extend member’s club privileges to family and friends staying with members for vacation periods. Club members may purchase a seven-day pass for their house guests who may then utilize the same privileges the member enjoys with their category of membership. Passes are issued for consecutive days. This is extended only to family and friends staying temporarily in the member’s home.

To qualify for this pass, the house guests must maintain their regular residence a minimum of 75 miles from the Country Club address in Casper. There is no limit on the number of weekly passes that may be purchased for a house guest. The house guest passes are only available to Casper Country Club members and must be purchased in advance at the office. The club members may purchase a maximum of 10 individual passes in any calendar year. By purchasing and issuing a house guest pass, the member accepts all responsibility for the guests when using the club. All charges made by the house guest to the member’s account shall be paid promptly and the guest must abide by club policies at all times.

Guest visits shorter in duration than one week are covered by the club’s regular guest policies above. House guest passes allow for more visits than are defined elsewhere in this policy. The cost for a house guest pass is available in the Annual Fee Schedule.

GUEST CONDUCT

Members are responsible for their guests’ conduct and advising guests of all applicable rules of dress, etc.

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