Tee Time Policy
Tee Time Reservations
We ask that ALL members enter all players into the tee sheet when reserving your time. Please be respectful of other members and only book times that you need. In the event that you need to reschedule, restructure or cancel altogether this can all be accomplished through the online reservation system or by calling the golf shop for assistance. Thank you for doing your part in making sure everyone has a fair opportunity to play!
Just like normal, tee times can be made online, up to 7 days in advance and the online reservation system opens for the next day of reservations at 8 AM.
Tee Time Check-In
Player’s will have the option to check-in for their tee times inside the golf shop or with the starter at our outdoor check-in station (weather permitting.) Payments for golf or merchandise can be received at both locations
Pace of Play
The Pace of Play Report for the last 30 Days. Wow! We are very pleased to announce that the pace of play the last 30 days (as shown above) is 3 hours and 25 minutes, with a total of 697.5 cart rounds! Pretty impressive MCC!
The Target Pace of play at MCC has been set to 4 hours. Please do your part in making sure your enjoyment does not impede on the others’ right to a positive experience.
Rule 5.6b Prompt Pace of Play
“A round of golf is meant to be played at a prompt pace. Each player should recognize that his or her pace of play is likely to affect how long it will take other players to play their rounds, including both those in the player’s own group and those in following groups.
Players are encouraged to allow faster groups to play through.”
Please familiarize yourself, each member of your family and your guests with the MCC dress code. We understand that society is becoming more casual in their dress habits, but feel that our dress code is very liberal in that it recognizes and allows for a wide latitude of options. It is the member’s responsibility to advise their guests of the dress code in advance to prevent any embarrassment. Members and guests are responsible for proper golf attire.
Shirts and shoes must be worn. Shirts must have sleeves (men) and a collar. Mock turtlenecks & full turtlenecks are acceptable. Unacceptable attire includes the following: short shorts, tennis shorts, cut-offs, gym shorts, t-shirts, sweats, work denim, tank tops, halter tops and any ripped, torn or frayed clothing.
All junior golfers age 18 and under may wear neat jeans, tennis shorts and tee shirts. If anyone arrives in inappropriate attire, you will be invited to purchase suitable golf attire from the Golf Shop. Pool attire is strictly prohibited in the Clubhouse
Golf Shop Hours
The Golf Shop will be staffed in accordance to the tee sheet. The Golf Shop will be open 30 minutes prior to the start of tee times and closed 30 minutes after the last tee time.
May Golf Shop May Hours
7:00 AM- 7:30 PM
Golf Service Staff Hours
7:00 AM- Dark
Practice Facility Hours
The driving range, putting greens and chipping greens will be open alongside posted golf service hours.
Golf Cart Rules
Two golf carts per foursome
The MCC Greens Committee has stressed the importance of minimizing any unnecessary traffic and wear on our course. It is because of this that we are now requiring all groups adhere to the policy of a maximum of 2 carts per foursome.
With the addition of the new golf cars and GPS tracking, we are able to effectively monitor, track and guide cart traffic on our golf course. This allows the golf staff to communicate the daily cart policy more efficiently. Geofencing simply sets a boundary around greens, tees, sensitive areas or ground under repair and prohibits traffic in these zones. If players enter these zones a message will appear on the screen directing the driver to reverse course and return to the nearest path.
Please obey all cart path, roped areas and traffic signage
It is increasingly critical early in the season that we care for our course as best we can. Cart traffic next to greens, tees, approaches and other sensitive areas is strictly prohibited. Make sure all four tires remain on the path around all greens and tees. Thank you for doing your part in promoting a healthy course!
Check Back Soon for Updates!
Contact Ryan Inglis – Greens Superintendent:
Board of Directors
Do I need a Member Number?
No member number is needed. We want to get to know you by name! Please assist our service and golf shop staff by providing both your first and last name as we get to know you!
Can I bring a guest?
Guests are always welcome at Moorhead Country Club. We adhere to certain policies to protect the integrity of your membership and the enjoyment of your fellow members. On the course: The same guest can join you once per month. We ask that you register all golf guests in the Golf Shop and pay the appropriate fees. At the pool: The same guest can join you four times per month. All members are asked to sign in when using the pool amenities and register their guests and pay the appropriate fees. There is no limitation on guest use in the MCC dining facilities.
What are the Guest Fee Rates?
Guest Green Fee rates are $50/18-holes and $30/9-holes. Immediate family members receive a discounted family rate of $25/18-holes. An immediate family member is defined as a parent, sibling, adult child, grandchild over 18 or in-law. The Junior Guest Green Fee for guests age 18 and under is $10/18-holes and $5/9-holes. Guest Pool Fees are $6/guest.
What is the Dress Code?
Please familiarize yourself, each member of your family and your guests with the MCC dress code. We understand that society is becoming more casual in their dress habits, but feel that our dress code is very liberal in that it recognizes and allows for a wide latitude of options. It is the member’s responsibility to advise their guests of the dress code in advance to prevent any embarrassment. Members and guests are responsible for proper golf attire. Shirts and shoes must be worn. Shirts must have sleeves (men) and a collar. Mock turtlenecks & full turtlenecks are acceptable. Unacceptable attire includes the following: short shorts, tennis shorts, cut-offs, gym shorts, t-shirts, sweats, work denim, tank tops, halter tops and any ripped, torn or frayed clothing. All junior golfers age 18 and under may wear neat jeans, tennis shorts and tee shirts. If anyone arrives in inappropriate attire, you will be invited to purchase suitable golf attire from the Golf Shop. Pool attire is strictly prohibited in the Clubhouse
Can I bring my own cooler?
Outside food & beverage products are prohibited on MCC property, including the golf course and pool. We ask that you purchase your items from the selections available to you at the Club. Our service staff is instructed to report any instances of outside food & beverage to management.
Do I tip my server?
All member charged food and beverage purchases incur an automatic 20% service charge. This charge is pooled with 15% going to the service staff and 5% going to the house. Cash sales do not have an automatic service charge. It is acceptable to pay additional gratuity to the service staff at your discretion.
Do I need a reservation for dining?
Reservations are required for events specifying “Reservations Required.” Regular dining service does not require an advance reservation, however, if you are planning on bringing a large group (party of 8 and over) we appreciate reservations as it allows us to staff for the best level of service.
How can I make a payment on my member account?
Member account statements are emailed out on the 1st of each month. Payments are due within 30 days of the statement date. Payments may be made online via the member portal using your member log-in. Accounts may be set up for processing with a credit card or ACH. Credit card payments will incur a 3% convenience fee, ACH payments will incur a 1% convenience fee (effective June 1, 2019). Auto processing may also be set up through the member portal and will process on the 6th of each month.
Access to the member charge account online is available to the member designated as “head of household” on the account (with their username and password), this is determined by whomever was listed first on the membership application.
I own a Golf Car, can I use it MCC?
Moorhead Country Club prohibits the use of private Golf Cars. The only exemption is for residents of the Moorhead Country Club development as stated in the property covenants. Those members are charged an annual trail fee of $300 plus MN sales tax. MCC has Golf Cars available for rental at a per use rate of $20/seat for 18-holes including tax. Seasonal Golf Car rentals are available for $640+tax/Season/Single Seat; $960+tax/Season/Family (For golf car rental, family use is defined as two seats on the same golf car for anyone in your household under your membership).
What's the scoop on Food & Beverage Minimums?
All memberships have F&B requirements. Our regular food and beverage operations are not open to the general public. They are an amenity for the membership. To support this amenity, F&B minimums are in place to encourage member usage and support. Golf and Social Membership have F&B monthly minimums of $75/month all 12 months of the membership year. Pool memberships have F&B minimums of $75/month for the months of June, July, and August. Minimums are calculated monthly and cannot be carried over to subsequent months or pre-paid. Gift Certificates may not be purchased to meet F&B minimums. Only sales of food and beverage items, exclusive of tax and gratuity, are applied to the minimum requirement. MCC does not have an off-sale liquor license and cannot sell sealed alcoholic containers to satisfy the minimum. The minimum is calculated monthly beginning with the first day of the month and ending with the last day of the month. If at the end of the monthly billing cycle, the member has not spent the minimum, the difference between the amount spent and $75 will be charged to their member account. Corporate Memberships have F&B requirements of $3000/annually.
SNOWBIRDS: If you have a permanent alternate address for seasonal months, please contact the MCC business office to set up your Snowbird status for F&B minimums for the upcoming season. Snowbird status cannot be applied retroactively. Snowbird status allows three months of reapplied minimums for the months of January, February & March. Snowbirds minimums will be absorbed in the remaining 9 months and carry monthly minimums of $100 from April-December.
What is the Membership Year?
MCC’s membership year runs April 1 through March 31. We are not on the traditional calendar year. The first day of each new membership year is April 1 and concludes on March 31. Membership is an annual agreement. Billing for annual membership dues will appear on your January member statements. Dues for renewing memberships are due by April 1 or arrangements made for installed billing are needed by April 1. Necessary resignations of membership are accepted in the month of March only by written submission to the MCC Business Office.
2101 River Drive North Moorhead, Minnesota 56560
Golf Shop: 218.236.0200