Guest Golf Information
Upon Arrival - Please drive directly into the clubhouse circle. There you will be greeted by an attendant who will take your clubs from your car, tag and send them to the starting area. Please park your car and return where the attendant will direct you to the locker room or the grill/patio to meet with your host. After your round your clubs will be returned to the clubhouse entrance or placed in the trunk of your car.
Lockers – We welcome and encourage you to use our full service locker rooms prior and after your round. Both Mens and Ladies lockers are available. You will be directed to the locker rooms by the bag drop attendant and will be greeted by our locker room staff, who will assign you a guest locker and give you any assistance you may require.
Attire - Our dress code requires proper golf attire on the course. Denim is permitted in our dining facilities provided it is in good taste and country club acceptable. T-Shirts, "Short Shorts" or clothing otherwise deemed inappropriate is not acceptable. Gentlemen are requested to remove their hats while in Naperville Country Club's indoor dining facilities. NCC is a soft spike facility. Metal spikes will be removed by our locker room attendant as a courtesy.
Practice Area - Our newly designed practice area is located immediately west of the Pro Shop. We invite you to use our driving range, short game practice area and practice putting green while a guest at Naperville Country Club.
Mobile Devices - To preserve the integrity of the club and out of respect to members and their guests, we request you please refrain or limit the use of mobile phones to hallways or locker rooms. Silent pagers are permitted in all locations. Thank you.
Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA) - The renovation of the golf course incorporates several Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA). These areas have been planted in accordance with the permits issued by DuPage County. They are protected under DuPage County Storm Water Management Code. As a result, any unauthorized activity within the ESA is strictly prohibited. Prohibited activities include: Entry by a member or guest to retrieve a golf ball, entering to take a stance, or play a shot, or entering with a motorized golf cart or speed cart. Local rules require a free drop provided your golf ball is outside the hazard (ESA) and your normal stance would require you to enter the hazard. ESA's are marked with a combination of signage and traditional yellow or red stakes identifying them as either a lateral or water hazard. If a hazard stake has a green cap on it, the area is designed as an ESA and entry is strictly prohibited. There are no exceptions.