YOUR SAFETY IS OUR MISSION!

CLUB RULES, SAFETY AND DRESS CODE

We take your safety very seriously at the Country Club and we do our best to provide you with a great time in a safe and secure environment.

The Country Club employs Richmond County Sheriff’s Deputies along with a Fire Marshall to ensure the safety of staff and patrons each evening. In addition, our uniformed floor staff and management personnel are equipped with radios and flashlights. They are required to review safety procedures frequently. Our staff members also undergo routine fire safety training. As part of our ongoing effort to ensure your safety, our staff members are taught to be on the alert for fire hazards and what to do in a fire emergency. They are also taught to use firefighting equipment by our Fire Marshall and their skills are tested during routine drills.

We work closely with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO), Fire Department and the Nightclub, Bar and Restaurant Association in an effort to have appropriate policies to be pro-active in preventing potential safety hazards within the club.

We have a strictly enforced dress code, RCSO Security Procedure Plans, Fire Safety Plans as well as a fire alarm and sprinkler suppression system throughout the club.

Employees review safety procedures, have easy access to fire extinguishers and alarm pull stations as well as good communication with managers and RCSO Deputies.

As a patron, you have responsibilities as well.

  • Know your whereabouts and the location of all exits.
  • In the event of an emergency or the need to evacuate, use the CLOSEST EXIT which may not be the main entrance door. Exits are located in each corner of The Country Club and with nine exit doors, there is no need to use the main entrance/exit.
  • All exits are clearly marked and have emergency lighting to assist in case of power failure.
  • For your own safety, please at least once, familiarize yourself and your friends with all of the exits within our establishment.

ID POLICY AND DRESS CODE

Understand that we strictly enforce ID and Dress Code policies at our door in an effort to ensure that no problems occur within the venue. A persons’ dress, to some extent, represents the person and his/her possible attitude or behavior. Our goal is to be problem-free at all times. Government-issued ID cards are required of all patrons regardless of age. You must be 21 to enter at all times and for all shows. Presenting a Deputy with a fake ID or another person’s ID card in order to gain entry or obtain alcohol will result in an immediate arrest. In an effort to maintain order, Deputies may ask patrons to leave if they appear to have become intoxicated or are involved in a verbal or physical altercation within the club or parking lot. In many cases, you will simply be asked to step outside to discuss the matter or advised to leave the premises.

Once a Deputy Sheriff is interacting with you regarding matters of this nature, the club has no say as to the outcome. Therefore, if you are instructed to step outside or leave the premises, we suggest that you do so immediately otherwise you may be subject to arrest for disorderly conduct. If your friend(s) are involved in a situation with a Deputy either assist by telling your friend to cease his actions and come with you or do not interfere with the situation as you will only create additional problems.

DRESS CODE

Everyone at the Country Club hopes you will enjoy your visit and to further that satisfaction and enjoyment please observe the following rules of conduct and dress:

  1. Cowgirl and Cowboy attire is always welcome.
  2. No stocking caps, no do-rags, etc.
  3. All caps must be kept forward.
  4. No pants with holes or baggy clothes.
  5. No sports attire or athletic wear.
  6. No shorts below the knee.
  7. No skulls/crossbones/chains.
  8. No bandannas.
  9. No sleeveless shirts.
  10. No offensive t-shirts.

HOUSE RULES

Everyone at the Country Club hopes you will enjoy your visit and to further that satisfaction and enjoyment please observe the following rules of conduct and dress:

  1. OVER 21 POLICY: Government-issued ID cards are required of all patrons regardless of age. You must be 21 to enter at all times and for all shows.
  2. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Patrons may not enter the club with beverages of any kind nor may patrons exit the club with any alcoholic beverages.
  3. INTOXICATED PATRONS: Visibly intoxicated patrons will not be permitted to enter the club. Anyone who becomes visibly intoxicated once inside will no longer be served alcohol or allowed to posses alcohol within the club.
  4. DRESS CODE: We enforce a strict dress code. Management and staff reserve the right to refuse entry to any person not complying with the dress code.
  5. COAT CHECK: All jackets and coasts may be checked at no charge when you pay your cover charge before entering the club.
  6. DRUGS: The club enforces a NO DRUGS POLICY and will eject any one suspected or known to be involved in drugs while on the premises. Persons in possession of illegal drugs will be referred to the RCSO Deputies.
  7. BEHAVIOR: Disorderly conduct of any type is not tolerated. Any person(s) creating a nuisance or acting in an aggressive manner while on the premises will be escorted out and if necessary taken into custody by the RCSO Deputies on duty.
  8. DANCE FLOOR POLICY: Please refrain from taking drinks onto the dance floor, they can cause harm to others. Except during concerts, only patrons dancing should utilize the dance floor. CLICK HERE to see our Dance Floor Etiquette section.
  9. RANDOM SECURITY CHECKS: We reserve the right to carry out random checks at the door. We also reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone at anytime.
  10. NO TOUCHING: We strictly enforce a “no touching” policy for all employees of the Country Club. Grabbing, groping, etc. of any employee or customer will result in you being removed from the club.
  11. VERBAL ABUSE: Verbal abuse of Country Club staff members or other patrons will not be tolerated.
  12. REPORT INAPPROPRIATE ACTIVITY: We urge our patrons to report any suspicious or inappropriate activity to a RCSO Deputy or staff member. Please do not take matters into your own hands or escalate the situation.
  13. LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS: The Country Club assumes no liability for any items lost or stolen while you are a guest in our facility or within the parking areas. Lost and found is located at our main entrance along with coat check.
  14. LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS: The Country Club assumes no liability for any items lost or stolen while you are a guest in our facility or within the parking areas. Lost and found is located at our main entrance along with coat check.
  15. NO WEAPONS: Weapons of all types are strictly prohibited at the Country Club and violators will be prosecuted. Deputies are on duty at all times.
  16. PHOTO POLICY: By entering the Country Club you acknowledge the fact you may be photographed by our staff photographers and consent to allow your photograph to appear on our website or in other marketing material without compensation.
  17. SMOKING POLICY: Under Georgia law, the Country Club allows its patrons to smoke Cigarettes. The smoking of Cigars, Black & Milds and Swishers is not allowed. We do remind all smokers to respect those who don’t smoke and to refrain from being offensive when possible. Please ensure you hold your cigarettes responsibly so as not to accidentally burn other patrons standing or walking near you.

DON’T DRIVE AFTER DRINKING

We are committed to making every effort possible to prevent our guests from driving after drinking. We will gladly provide your designated driver with complimentary soft drinks and water. We also provide taxis at our location during operating hours. RSCO deputies and the Country Club staff will be glad to assist any patron needing a safe ride home. If you have any doubt at all about your ability to drive or see someone that doesn’t need to be driving, simply speak to one of the deputies or one of our staff members and a cab will be called for your safety and convenience. Please look for our updated list of cab companies in the club.

NIGHTCLUB SAFETY TIPS

When a fire breaks out in a crowded place, people almost always head for the front door. It’s the one exit they know. It’s also the one exit everyone knows. That’s why, when you enter a public place or a building you’re not familiar with, give yourself options. Take a brief second to notice your surroundings. Make a mental note where the Exits are place and know where to go in case a fire breaks out. Know your way out.

We have taken every possible precaution to ensure your safety, but you need to be prepared in case of an emergency.

BEFORE YOU ENTER

Have a communication plan – Identify a relative or friend beforehand to contact in case of emergency and you are separated from family or friends.

Plan a meeting place – Pick a meeting place outside to meet family or friends with whom you are attending the function. If there is an emergency, be sure to meet them there.

WHEN YOU ENTER

Locate exits immediately – When you enter a building look for all available exits. Some exits may be in front and some in back of you. Always be prepared to use the exit closest to you. (You may not be able to use the main exit.)

Check for clear exit paths – Make sure aisles are wide enough and not obstructed by chairs and furniture. Check to make sure your exit door is not blocked or chained. If you see something blocking an exit, please bring it to our attention. We take your safety very seriously.

DURING AN EMERGENCY

React Immediately – If an alarm sounds, you see smoke or fire, or other unusual disturbances, immediately exit the building in an orderly fashion to your closest exit – keep in mind that it may not be the main exit. Remember, it’s like being on an airplane. The closest exit may be behind you.

Get out, stay out! – Once you have escaped, stay out. Under no circumstances should you ever go back into a burning building. Let trained firefighters conduct rescue operations.