Nassau Swim Club and Springdale Golf Club have entered into an affiliation to benefit members of both clubs.  For Nassau members to access the benefits at Springdale, please fill out this form and either email it to manager@springdalegc.org  or drop it off to Donna DiLorenzo at Springdale to have your account set up.  You can not use Springdale facilities until your application is processed.

After your application has been processed, you will have an account at Springdale which will allow you to pay for green's fees, breakfast or lunch at the Grill Room, the dining room or the Halfway House.  The credit card you have on file will be charged at the end of each month and a statement will be sent to you.

Nassau members will now have access to the following in 2018*

  • 5 rounds of golf after 2:00 pm for members and a guest (greens fees will apply -- see below);
  • Access to Springdale's dining facilities for members and their guests;
  • Junior summer golf program as well as Junior and Adult golf lessons at Springdale member pricing; 
  • Access to practice facilities after 2:00 pm;
  • Invitations to ongoing social events at Springdale - Pub night, Special Dinners and BBQS.
The following rules shall apply to Nassau Swim Club Members:
  • Children must be with a parent or with a guardian who is over the age of 18 while at the Club.
  • Tee time after 2 pm on weekdays and weekends for members 18 and older (Children after 3pm).
  • Springdale is open Tuesday through Sunday (closed Monday).
  • Greens Fees:   $80.00 weekdays; $90.00 weekends
  • Electric cart rental  – 18 holes $30.00 plus $1.99 sales tax; 9 holes $15.00 plus $.99 sales tax
  • Pull Carts – 18 holes $15.00 plus $.99 sales tax; 9 holes $10.00 plus $.66 sales tax
  • Relative guest fee will apply for the applicable guests.
  • Access to practice facilities on weekdays and weekend after 2 pm.: Adults $17.50 and Children 17 and under $12.50.

Please see below for important Springdale Golf Club rules and information.  If you have any questions, please email info@nassauswimclub.org

Clubhouse Hours

January 

Closed

February 1 to March 31

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

April 

8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

May 1 to September 30

8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

October 

8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Weekdays

8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Weekends

November 1 to December 31

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Lunch is served:

May 1st thru September 30th

Tuesday through Friday

11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday

11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Feb 1st thru April 30th  and October 1st thru December 31st

Tuesday through Sunday

11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Breakfast is served on Saturday & Sundays starting at 8:00 a.m.


Professional Shop Hours

April thru October


March, November and December

January and  February

8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Weekdays

7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Weekends

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Weekdays

7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Weekends

Closed



Dress Code

The following attire is unacceptable on the course, practice areas, and in the clubhouse:  short shorts, athletic shorts, cut-offs, tank tops, undershirts, T-shirts, and cargo pants/shorts. Tight-fitting leggings (such as Spandex and yoga pants) must be worn with some sort of cover garment (skirt, shorts, skorts, pants, etc.) “Dress” denim clothing may be worn in the clubhouse (including the porch), but not on the course or any of the practice areas.   Shirts worn by men must have collars and sleeves and be tucked in.  All hats must be worn bill forward and may not be worn in the clubhouse.  Individuals dressed in unacceptable attire will be asked to change or leave the premises.

All players should use the locker room facilities for changing their shoes.  Guest lockers are available in the men’s and women’s locker rooms.

Halfway House

The snack bar is open to members on the honor system.  All chits must be signed with identifying account number and a legible signature.

Children

Minors under the age of 14 are not permitted in the Grill Room but are permitted in the dining room.  All children must be supervised by their parents while in the clubhouse.  Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult while using the practice areas or golf course unless certified by the Professional Staff.

Cellular Phones

Please be respectful of the people around you.  If you must make or receive a call, please step out to the parking lot or the locker room for your privacy and the courtesy of other members.  Only non-verbal communication (texting, etc.) is permitted within the clubhouse and on the patio.

Parking

Decals are available to designate a Springdale car and may be obtained from the Business Office.  Parking may be used only by those who have business with Springdale.

Member Safety

ALL GOLFERS MUST EXIT THE GOLF COURSE, PRACTICE RANGE AND SHORT GAME PRACTICE AREAS IMMEDIATELY ONCE THE LIGHTNING DETECTION SIGNAL IS HEARD.  Players may resume play/practice once the system returns the all clear signal.  Penalty for disregarding the signal will be decided by Board of Governors review.   

All Springdale golfers play/practice at their own risk.  Golfers are responsible for ensuring the safety of others near them on the course and practice areas.  At no time should a golfer hit a ball which could possibly injure another person.

Electric/Push Cart Use

Electric and push carts are available for rent from the Professional Shop for members/guests only (Electric carts are not available to Princeton University students, but are available for faculty, staff and alumni).  Electric carts can be reserved concurrently with starting times.  To rent and operate an electric cart you must have a valid driver’s license.  The use of any electric cart is a privilege and not a right.  Carts (personal or shared) must be used properly or the privilege to use them will be revoked. 

Players must follow all cart signs and paths.  Members are reminded to keep all riding carts on the cart paths whenever possible; especially when parking near tees, greens and on all par 3 holes.   All riding carts (personal or shared) must remain at least thirty feet from all tees and greens.  The names of offenders who abuse the electric cart privilege should be reported to the Golf Chairman or Golf Professional, with the penalty to be set by the Board of Governors.

In times of severe or inclement weather the use of golf carts can be suspended.  At those times the course will still be open to walkers and the use of push carts but riding carts will not be allowed on those days.  Always check with the Professional Shop to find out cart status on any day in question. 

Rental push carts are available on a first come basis.  Only push carts approved by the Golf Committee are allowed on the course.  The use of a push cart is also a privilege.  Under no circumstances are push carts to be on tees, greens, fringe or steep mounding around the bunkers.  Offenders of this privilege must also be reported, with the penalty to be set by the Board of Governors. 



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