Yes, we recognize some guests may have physical conditions/restrictions which make it difficult to walk normal distances or slopes while playing golf. The GPS system will be updated to allow for handicap-specific access to the golf course to those who qualify.
Handicapped golf cart privileges may be extended only to qualified individuals who: possess a state issued ID, handicap-parking disability placard, or possess a written medical doctor’s note. One of the three options above must be presented upon check-in at the Golf Shop.
Carts must stay on paths when parked at tees.
Carts may not be driven into restricted areas
Carts may not be driven into the native grass areas.
Handicapped cart privileges are extended only to players physically challenged, not the additional rider.
Golf Cart Operators should recognize that certain areas may not be driven on, and alternative routes should be taken to avoid possible damage to sensitive turf areas. When Kierland Golf Club is operating under a Cart-Path-Only Policy due to heavy rain, frost or abnormal course conditions that promote safety issues, handicapped cart privileges may not be available.
We do allow a ride along when carts are available. There is an additional $25+tax fee for a rider. Riders are spectators only and may not play along during the round. Please inquire with the Golf Shop in advance.
Lesson packages must be booked through our Director of Instruction, Lindy Labauve. Lesson Packages may bepurchased in advance by purchasing a Marriott Gift Card @ Marriott.com. For additional lesson info, go to www.kierlandgolf.com or contact Lindy Labauve, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kierland Golf Club adheres to all ADA requirements regarding service animals:
Only dogs are recognized as service animals under titles II and III of the ADA.
Emotional support animals do not qualify as service animals under the ADA, and therefore are not allowed at Kierland Golf Club.
Service animals must remain harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices.
If the animal is out of control and the handler doesn’t take effective action to control it or if the animal is not housebroken, the individual will be asked to remove the service animal from the premises.
For your safety, all carts must be returned to the cart staging area by dark with the exception of June, July, & August. During June and July, all carts must be returned to the cart staging area by 7:30pm. During August, all carts must be returned to the cart staging area by 7:00pm.