Pro Shop


Tri-County Country Club offers the best in equipment and apparel to compliment your game. Stop by our fully-stocked Pro Shop before or after your round and browse through name brands.

Our friendly staff will help you make start times,  rent golf carts, sign up for club storage, and register you and your guests before each round of golf.  An excellent selection of golf clubs and related merchandise are sold in the golf shop and golf lessons are available. Contact the Pro Shop for assistance, or to make an appointment for lessons.

Pro Shop Policies

  • Members may book times 7 days in advance, while the Public may book times 5 days in advance.
  • Please make every effort to book your time in advance.
  • Walking is prohibited during peak weekend hours (Fri-Sun, Holidays from 7am – 11am).
  • “Fivesomes” – Fivesomes (or any group of players greater than four) are only allowed with the approval of the Head Golf Professional (or his designee on-duty.) Typically, such allowance is only made in the late afternoons and rarely on weekends. Such groups must be able to comply with the club’s pace-of-play policy, or they will be split-up into smaller groups.

Dress Code

The objective of the Tri County Country Club Dress Code is to ensure a comfortable atmosphere for members, guests and staff. This Dress Code will help to ensure the dignity and respect appropriate for the traditions associated with the game of golf. The following details the dress code…

  1. No denim or jeans of any type or color are allowed on the golf course. Dress, khaki, or golf slacks/shorts are acceptable
  2. Shirts must have collars, sleeves, and be tucked in. Long or short sleeve mock turtlenecks are acceptable
  3. All hats (both men and women) are to be worn with the bill forward.
  4. Golf shoes must have soft spikes. Tennis shoes are acceptable. All other footwear is not allowed on the course.

Female golfers are to wear proper golf attire which includes dresses, shorts, skirts, slacks, capris, and golf tops.

  1. Sleeveless tops must have a collar.
  2. Female golfers may not wear halter tops, racer back tops, bathing suits, athletic shorts, or gym apparel.
  3. Golf shoes must have soft spikes. Tennis shoes are acceptable. All other footwear is not allowed on the course.

Food & Beverage

All food and beverage items consumed on the premises must be purchased at Tri County Country Club.

  1. This includes the Bar & Grill, the Beverage Cart, or the Pro Shop.
  2. Customers may not bring their own food or beverage items, nor may they bring their own ice chests or coolers.
  3. Guests bringing their own coolers will be asked to return them to their vehicle.
  4. The club takes no responsibility for loss or damage to such containers or their contents.

Practice Facilities

Tri-County offers chipping and putting areas, and is the perfect place to improve your short game.

Tri-County Country Club is also equipped with a lighted driving range and PGA staff available for lessons. What better way to take your game to the next level this year? Make time to perfect your swing and improve your golf game today. Just contact our pro shop to speak with our professional staff and schedule your lesson.


  1. Golf Carts must remain on the paths on par 3’s, as well as near all green and tee boxes
  2. In other areas, carts may be driven off the cart paths directly to play your next shot and then returned to the cart path (90° Rule)
  3. During periods of inclement weather and at the discretion of the Golf Course Superintendent, golf carts may be required to remain on the cart paths at all times.
  4. Spectators are permitted to ride along in the golf carts, provided they pay the appropriate rider fee ($5.00)