Des Moines Golf and Country Club
1600 Jordan Creek Parkway
West Des Moines, IA 50266515-440-7500 - Club House
515-440-7575 - Golf Pro Shop
515-440-7540 - Golf Course Maintenance
515-440-7505 - Facsimile
Des Moines Golf and Country Club is a private social club for the social and recreational benefit of its members. Use of the Club is limited to members and their guests.
The Clubhouse is open Tuesday-Sunday year round. It is closed New Year’s Day, Christmas Eve day, Christmas Day and the day after Labor Day. The pool opens the weekend before Memorial Day and is open 7 days a week through Labor Day. The Tennis Pavilion closely follows the schedule of the Clubhouse. The golf courses open for play in the spring and are open 7 days a week until weather dictates their closing in the fall.
Banquet Dining - The Club has banquet space for up to 350 people. There are 5 separate areas where banquets may be held depending on the day and time. Jeans, ball caps and visors are not permitted in any of the banquet space.
Casual Dining - The Iowa-Grille and Casual Bar are the areas for casual dining. Jeans are acceptable attire in these areas. Ball caps, visors and swim wear are not acceptable.
Formal Dining - The Candlelight Dining Room is the Club’s formal dining area. A jacket is required for gentlemen with like attire expected for ladies in this room.
Golf Courses shirts and blouses with collars. Collarless shirts, blouses, sweatshirts and T-shirts should be dressy and/or conform to the styles offered in our Pro Shops or in other fine clothing stores. Slacks, Bermuda or mid-thigh length shorts are all acceptable attire on the golf courses. Soft spikes are required.
Jeans, tennis shorts, Frayed, ragged, tattered or sloppy clothing of any kind. Cut-offs, bib overalls and coveralls. Gym shorts and jams-style clothing halter tops, tube tops, muscle shirts. Clothing with inappropriate lettering or designs, including apparel that displays alcoholic beverages, tobacco or any controlled substances, profanity, obscene pictures, vulgarity, lewd sayings, etc., are all considered inappropriate attire on the golf courses.
Tennis Players are requested to wear appropriate tennis apparel when using the courts, as a courtesy to other players. Tennis shoes, suitable to the surface of the courts, are to be worn by all players.
FOOD AND LIQUOR REGULATIONS
It is against the state law for any member or guest to bring liquor or beer onto Club property. No food, liquor, or soft drinks shall be allowed on the Club property unless purchased on the Club premises.