Rules and Etiquette

The good and enjoyable game for everyone

As a respected golf club in Mauritius, Tamarina Golf Club requires golfers to respect the etiquette and rules below. 

Tee offs are scheduled at 10-minute intervals. All players must be at their starting points 10 minutes before their tee-off time.

Priority on the golf course is determined by the size of the group: 4 balls have priority over 3 balls and 2 balls. This applies to games and not to tournaments or competitions. A single player has no status on the course.

The course’s marshals control the pace of the game. An 18-hole game must be played in 4 hours / 4 hours 30 minutes; we regret that we cannot accommodate slow games. Players are advised to keep pace with the preceding group. If they are unable to do so, they will need to let other groups play first. If they cannot make up the delay, players risk being expelled from the course.


Appropriate golf attire is required for all players on the Tamarina course. Jeans, swimsuits and T-shirts without a collar are not permitted.

Socks and golf shoes with soft spikes or training shoes are required on the course. Shoes with metal spikes are not permitted.

When driving golf carts, players are asked to stay on the lanes that link tees and greens; to take care when driving on slopes, at intersections and across bridges; and to respect road signs. Only those with a valid drivers’ license are permitted to drive golf carts. Our golf carts also have GPS system to help our players move around the golf course.

Our golf carts can accommodate a maximum of 2 people and golf bags. All players must complete and sign a rental agreement when leasing a golf cart.

While Tamarina Golf Club Limited takes every precaution to create a safe golfing experience for all users of the Golf Estate, users have a responsibility to exercise care in their use of the golf and for all events on and off the course.

Make a reservation at Le Dix-Neuf Restaurant

Reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the intended visit