Tee-time reservations made from November through March could be affected by frost on the golf course. The “Frost Zone” usually refers to the first two hours of the day; between 7a.m. and 9a.m. Tee-times made during these hours are generally affected the most by frost.
If the golf course experiences a frost delay, the first tee-time of the day will be the time that the course opens for play. All tee-times scheduled prior to the opening of the course may be modified to accommodate the remainder of that day’s scheduled play.
The golf course staff has several options and will make every effort to work the groups onto the course that were affected by the frost delay. One such option would be a shotgun start where those groups affected would start on one of the first few holes of the course, depending on the number of groups affected and the length of the delay. Any groups unable to complete all 18 holes due to scheduling conflicts would be entitled to a pro-rated credit, based on the number of holes played, toward their next round or golf shop merchandise.
To ensure that you are able to play the entire course, you may want to either reserve a time after 9 am or contact the Golf Shop @ (619) 387-7018 for recent weather patterns.