Rules and Regulations

These rules and regulations have been compiled to summarize key aspects of each of the Club’s facilities and to provide basic ground rules.

RULES OF CONDUCT:
The Rules of Conduct are adopted by the Officers and Board of Directors to sustain the highest standards expected by the membership and to abide by local, state and federal laws. The Club Manager, Office Manager, Tennis Professionals and Dockmaster are authorized to apply the rules of conduct. Infractions will be reported to the appropriate standing committee and/or the Board of Directors for action, including suspension or expulsion of the member(s) by the Board of Directors.

  1. 1. Employees are required to treat members with courtesy. Any deviation from this requirement should be reported to the Club Manger and/or Board of Directors.
  2. 2. Members of the Club may not reprimand employees. Complaints regarding Club service or employee behavior should be directed to the Club Manager and/or Board of Directors.
  3. 3. The Club is not responsible for damage to, or loss of private property on the premises.
  4. 4. No person shall mutilate, destroy or remove any property from the Club. A member responsible for damage to the Club property shall be financially responsible and will be subject to discipline by the Board of Directors, including suspension or expulsion of the member(s).
  5. 5. Automobiles are to be parked in designated spaces.
  6. 6. Each person participating in recreational or social activities on Club property does so at their own risk. Each person is responsible for any personal injury or property damage caused, including, without limitation, injury to themselves and damage to other persons and property, and agrees to indemnify the Club against all loss, claims or expenses resulting from these activities.

GUESTS:
Members may introduce non-members as guests. The member host is responsible for payment of appropriate guest fees. All guests must be accompanied by a member.

Guests include all of the following:

  1. 1. Non-members of any age introduced by a member
  2. 2. Children of non-members
  3. 3. Children of members who are not included in a family membership

Specific guest privileges related to tennis and social events are outlined within their respective sections.

HOUSE GUESTS:
Members may introduce visiting non-members whom are staying in the member’s home. The member is responsible for payment of appropriate guest fees. Members must contact the office staff in advance in the event that they cannot accompany their guests to the Club. The member must provide the following information:

  1. 1. The name of the house guest(s).
  2. 2. The period of time for the privileges.
  3. 3. Which facilities the house guest(s) may use

SMOKING POLICY:
All indoor facilities and attached decks/porches are established as NON- SMOKING.

TENNIS GUEST POLICY:
Members may sponsor guests as follows:
All guests must be registered in the Guest book and all fees charged to the sponsoring member's account before playing.

The guest fee is $15 per court period per guest. Non-house guests may play no more than two (2) times per month. House guests may play a total of no more than ten (10) times per season.

Social Members may play tennis as a Full Member’s guest under the same condition as non-house guests.
Guests from The Colony Hotel guests may reserve courts at the rate of $35 per court period, and can reserve a court no earlier than 9:00 am the day before scheduled play by calling the Club office. Tennis attire in accord with the KRC Dress Code is required.

Private lessons and clinics conducted by the professional tennis staff will be available to social members and non-members as availability allows.

DRESS CODE:
Regulation tennis shoes are required. Only non-marking soles are permitted on hard courts 7 and 8.
Only appropriate tennis whites, with or without minimal trim color, will be worn on the courts. Males must wear collared shirts.

Warm ups, windbreakers, sweaters, headgear, and vests may be of any color. Cutoff jeans, swimwear, gym, and jogging shorts are prohibited, even if white.

Children under the age of 15 may wear tee shirts that are predominately white as an exception to the collar policy.
The Club Manager, tennis professionals and office personnel are authorized to enforce the Dress Code and all other tennis rules and refuse violators access to the courts.

BOATING GUEST POLICY:
All guests should be escorted while at the Boathouse or on the docks. If for any reason a guest will not be escorted by a Member, the Member must notify the Office, which will alert the Dockmaster and staff who will then be better able to serve the guest.