THE CLUB IS CLOSED ON MONDAY’S WITH THE EXCEPTION OF MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY AND LABOR DAY, WHEN THE CLUB IS OPEN ON MONDAY
AND CLOSED ON TUESDAY. THE CLUB IS CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS DAY.
FOOD SERVICE HOURS
Saturday 7:00 am until 11:00 am
Sunday 7:00 am until close
LUNCH SERVED: Tuesday thru Sunday 11:00 until 2:00 pm
DINNER SERVED: Tuesday 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm
Club closes at 11:00 pm
Wednesday thru Saturday 5:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Club closes at 12:00 midnight
Limited dinner service on Sunday
Watch for steak night, pasta night, seafood Friday lunch buffet, all you can eat fried catfish and other weekly specials. Reservations recommended 432-694-8413.
LOCKER ROOMS 11:00 A.M. until Dark
**The kitchen closes one hour prior to the listed closing time.
GREEN TREE COUNTRY CLUB
The Board of Directors emphasizes the importance of maintaining the dignity and tastefulness of the Club at all times. Members are encouraged to dress in a manner appropriate for the organization, showing respect for the Club and their fellow members. All members are required to wear proper cover-ups at all times while in the Clubhouse. Ball caps are permitted in the building as long as they are worn in the proper fashion. There are mealtime opportunities for informal and formal occasions at the Club. For Special events gentlemen are encouraged to wear coats when dining in the Presidents Room, and in the Ballroom. The staff will enforce the dress code and policies where appropriate, and at the direction of the General Manager to refuse admittance to members and guests who are in violation. All Swimsuit wear must be confined to the pool area.
As a member you may invite guests to any and all Club functions. When you are unable to accompany your guests, prior arrangements are to be made with the General Manager, thus, ensuring that your guests will be properly welcomed and entertained while at the Club. As a member, whether present or not, you are accountable for all indebtedness incurred by, and responsible for the conduct of your guests while they are on the club premises. Any member, by arrangement with the Clubhouse Manager, may have the privilege of making reservations of portions of the Club for private parties to which, non-member local residents may be invited. Again, as a member, you are responsible for any damage or misuse of the property and shall have decorating done and decorations promptly removed at your own expense. Should any special preparation be necessary, you as the member shall pay for same and restore the building to its original condition. As a member, it is your responsibility to inform your guests of the dress code and policies set fourth by the Board of Directors. The staff will enforce the dress code and policies where appropriate, and at the direction of the General Manager, refuse admittance to members and guests who are in violation.
No children under 18 years of age may enter the clubhouse locker rooms unless accompanied by an adult.
4. LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
All federal, state and local laws shall be complied with by the club, club members and all guests. No member or guest may bring any alcoholic beverage onto the Club property at any time for any reason. No minor will be served an alcoholic beverage on Club property.
a) The Club assumes no responsibility for personal property left in the clubhouse unless it is properly delivered to a cloak- room attendant, and a receipt issued for the property.
a.1) Pets are not allowed on the club property at any time, except for those assisting the disabled.
b) Card games are not permitted in any dining room at anytime. These rooms are reserved for the dining use of the Membership.
c) Circulars, signs or posters shall only be displayed in the Locker Rooms, unless they pertain directly to Club affairs.
d) Membership lists will not be given out for any purpose except to members.
e) Violations of any of the Club rules by a member, dependents, or a member’s guests, may subject the member to a fine and/or suspension as may be determined by the Board of Directors.
f) No bicycles are allowed on the golf course.
g) Parking is allowed only in designated parking areas. Parking is not allowed on driveways (in front of club house and next to tennis courts).
h) Reservations for dining are strongly suggested, and in some of the dining areas are required. Members who have not made prior reservations are encouraged to join us at the Club. However, tables are available by reservation first then walk-ins on a first come first served basis.
i) No motorized scooters are permitted on Green Tree Property.
j) Portable stereos are not allowed at any time on Club property.
No reprimand shall be given to other members or Club staff by any member of the club or their guests. All complaints concerning club operations should be directed to the General Manager. All complaints about the management of the club or against the conduct of any member must be made in writing to the Board of Directors and signed by the complainant.
GTCC Ladies Bridge Club meets for play twice a month and Couples Bridge meets for play once a month. For your convenience the Green Tree website contains a calendar with the play dates. Call Member Services to be introduced to some playing friends.
A copy machine is located in the copy room at the front desk. Ask the Receptionist at the front desk for help with your copy needs. A charge per copy will be charged to your account.
9. CIGARETTE SALES
Cigarette sales are available in the Men’s Locker Room. By law you must be 18 years or older to purchase tobacco products.
10. LOCKER ROOMS
There is an attendant on duty in the Men’s Locker Room daily from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM Tuesday through Sunday. See the locker room attendant for a locker assignment. Lockers are also available in the Ladies’ Locker Room and are available for assignment by contacting the Front Desk. Locker Room hours vary seasonally and are at the discretion of management. (Closing time shall not be after midnight.)
11. LOST AND FOUND
See the attendant at the Front Desk for any lost items. GTCC assumes no responsibility for personal property lost on Club property.
12. SPECIAL EVENTS
Special events will generally be posted around the club. Our Green Tree website also a great way to get details about upcoming events and holiday functions.
13. SWIMMING POOL
Our swimming complex is complete with a large swimming pool, perfect for swimming laps. A wading pool for toddlers, restrooms, and a snack bar for complete poolside service are also available. The pool is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM Sunday, from Memorial Day weekend in May through Labor Day in September (pool open only on weekends starting in August). Snack Bar is open 11 AM to 7 PM Tuesday through Saturday and 1:00 PM to 6 PM Sunday. For your safety lifeguards are on duty during regular operating hours. Please see pool rules for a complete list of swimming pool rules and regulations.
Green Tree Country Club offers a 27-hole golf course that is consistently ranked among the best conditioned, and most enjoyable courses in West Texas. With various tees available, players of all abilities can enjoy or test their game. In addition to regular recreational play, the Club also offers a variety of competitive or just-for-fun tournaments.
Green Tree County Club offers a full-service golf shop, indoor and outdoor practice facilities, along with outstanding professional instruction available year-round.
Hours: (Golf Shop)
(March – October) 7 a.m. until 8 p.m., weather permitting. (November – February) 7 a.m. until 6 p.m., weather permitting.
Hours: (Golf Course)
8 a.m. until dark. Course closed on Mondays unless stated otherwise.
Carts: $14 Person, Club’s cart rules and regulations apply.
Guest Fees: $65 Weekdays – Cart and Tax Included.
$75 Weekends – Cart and Tax Included.
$125 House Guest Pass Cart not Included.
Unaccompanied Member Guest – Daily Rate plus $25.
Lessons: Golf instruction available contact Golf Professionals.
Junior Program: Year-round; Junior Program information available in the Golf Shop.
Tee Times: ***All Tee-Times are available 3 days in advance beginning at 8 a.m. Tee times available also on the Green Tree website.
Golf Shop Phone: (432) 694-7726
The Golf Shop carries a wide range of products tailored to fit your everyday needs. Golf, Casual, and Business wear is available and the staff will be happy to assist you in ordering any item not in stock.
Green Tree County Club offers a Tennis Facility with 5 floodlit tennis courts as well as a covered tennis pavilion. Our Tennis Professionals are committed to creating a friendly and courteous tennis atmosphere, where both adults and juniors can enjoy their leisure time on the courts.
Green Tree Country Club members also enjoy access to a full service tennis shop, offering everything from equipment and clothing, to a ball returning machine and a cutting edge stringing machine.
Tuesday-Thursday 9 am to 8 pm
Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday 9 am to 4 pm
Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm
Outdoor Guest Fee: $5.00 per guest
Junior Guest Fee: $5.00 per guest
Covered Court Guest Fee: $5.00 per guest
Private Tennis Lessons: Send an instant message or contact Jayson Lester at (432) 697-7806 for additional Information.
Reservations: Please call the tennis shop at (432) 697-7806 for assistance.
Conduct at the pool must be such as to maintain the standards of the Club. The Green Tree Staff will enforce all swimming rules. The cooperation of all users is greatly appreciated.
- Members and their guests must register in the Tennis shop before entering the pool area.
- The Club is not responsible for any accidents resulting from use of the pool or loss or theft of bathing suits, articles of clothing or any other personal possessions.
- Green Tree Country Club may limit the number of guests a member may bring to the pool. A member of the club must accompany guests. Each guest will be charged a guest fee, currently the fee is $8.00.
- Children under 12 years old are permitted in the pool area when accompanied and supervised by a responsible individual 16 years of age or older, or if such child is participating in swimming instructions.
- Children wearing diapers must be supervised at all times by an adult while in the pool.
- All swimmers must wear proper swimming attire.
- Men and boys are expected to ear hemmed shorts, cut offs are not permitted; garments are required to be of a length sufficient to cover the majority of the thigh and must be worn on hips not as “low riders”.
- It is expressly forbidden for clothing to display offensive or inflammatory language or symbols.
- Ladies and girls are expected to wear suits that are not visibly offensive to others; two-pieces are allowed as long as they are not tied with strings and cover accordingly.
- It is expressly forbidden for clothing to display offensive or inflammatory language or symbols.
- Foul or abusive language will not be tolerated and may result in suspension of pool privileges.
- For safety reasons pushing, dunking, or any dangerous games are not permitted.
- The throwing of hard balls, Frisbees, or any wet clothes is not permitted.
- Swim masks, snorkels, and fins are not permitted in the pool area unless approved by the pool staff.
- No stereos are to be played poolside apart from the Club’s own.
- Saving of chairs for persons absent from the pool area is not permitted.
- All persons using the pool furniture are asked to cover the furniture with a towel during use.
- Flotation devices are permitted for non-swimming children. Their parent or responsible individual must accompany any non-swimming children. Small toys such as foamy balls may be permitted, depending on the number of persons in the pool and the manner in which the toys are used.
- All food and beverages including alcohol must be purchased at the pool or from the Green Tree Country Club, absolutely no outside food or beverages are allowed.
- All persons using the pool are urged to cooperate in keeping the area clean by properly disposing of towels, cans, cigarettes, etc.
- All accidents, no matter how minor, must be reported to the Green Tree Staff.
- Green Tree Country Club reserves the right to change these rules as needed.
MEMBER BILLING AND COLLECTION POLICIES
- Member statements are prepared the first of the calendar month, billing Club Dues and Fees in advance and billing for Member Charges for the preceding month. Statements will be mailed before the 5th day of the month.
- Terms of payment are “Due on Receipt” of statement.
- For your convenience, a payment drop box is located in the main lobby of the Club, in the counter directly in front of the coat check closet.
- A late charge of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month shall be added to any balance not paid in full and carried forward to a subsequent month.
- Checks returned unpaid for any reason do not constitute timely payment of a members’ bill. If a check for payment of an account is returned, all requirements for prior written notices are suspended and the membership shall immediately be put on hold. A returned check fee of $25.00 will be added to the amount of the check, which must be picked up at the Club in exchange for cash, a cashiers’ check or bank money order.
- Member accounts with balances in excess of 60 days from the original billing date will be mailed a “Delinquent Notice” requesting immediate payment. If the account is not brought current by the next billing cycle the account will be suspended and will remain suspended until the account is brought current.
- Suspension of an account denies member charges to the account and does not relieve the member of charges for billing of dues or fees.
- Annual fees billed to the Club such as Handicap and Private Cart Fees are not prorated for any portion of the year.
- Voluntary Association Dues and Fees billed by the Club will be credited to the member account upon request up to 90 days from the original billing date.
The Club Accounting office regular office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Questions regarding billing questions or issues should be directed to Nichole Adams, Controller, or Barbara Beadle, Accounts Receivable Specialist. The direct telephone line to the accounting office is (432) 694-8854 or you may e-mail your inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org.