Victoria Club

House Rules

Clubhouse Regular Operating Hours (951) 683-5323
Monday – Closed
Tuesday through Friday- 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday- Closed
Sunday- 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Administration Office (951) 683-5323
Monday through Friday- 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Golf Shop Hours (951) 684-5035
Monday- Closed except when having outside tournaments
Tuesday through Sunday- 7:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Main Dining Room– Lunch Hours
Monday- Closed
Tuesday through Friday – 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday- Closed
Sunday- 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Main Dining Room– Dinner Hours
Tuesday through Friday- 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
(Last reservation at 7:30 p.m.)

Fitness Facility Hours
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday- 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday- 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Locker Room Hours
Monday through Sunday- 6:30 a.m. to Dusk

Shoe Room Hours
Tuesday through Sunday- 6:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Tennis Shop Hours (951) 682-6243
Monday through Thursday- 8:00AM to 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday- 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Tennis Court Hours
Monday through Sunday: Dawn to 10:00 p.m.

House Rules and Regulations


Member Accounts

A. Charge “Chit” tickets:

1. A charge ticket will be signed for all purchases of goods or services, unless otherwise approved by the Board of Directors.

Dining Minimum

1. The dining minimum will apply to food and beverage consumed at the club; it will not apply to the purchase of clothing or all other non-food and non-beverage items.

2. If a minimum of $100.00 has not been spent during the month on food and beverage purchases; including a la carte dining, private parties, banquets and snack bar purchases, the unspent portion will be included in the monthly statement. Service charges and sales tax will apply to the minimum.

*You will be able to defer your minimum to the next month twice a year with at least 30 days’ notice in writing to the office.

Service Charge

A 20% service charge and sales tax will automatically be added to all members’ charges for food and beverage that go directly to the serving staff.

An administrative fee of 24% and sales tax will be added to all member-sponsored functions.

Alcoholic Beverage Policy

1. Club staff shall not serve alcoholic beverages to anyone who is or appears to be intoxicated. The judgment of management concerning the state of intoxication will be final.

2. Alcoholic “To Go” beverages are not allowed.

3. Should a member or guest appear to be intoxicated, the staff has been instructed to contact a relative or an independent taxi company and require that the individual be transported to his/her home via the relative or taxi company contacted. Employees will not personally transport the member or guest to his/her home.

4. It shall be the policy of the Club that each member must assume responsibility not only for himself but also for his guests.

5. Any disciplinary action growing out of the implementation of the Club’s policy on alcohol service shall be at the discretion of the Board of Directors.

6. When private parties are held at the Club that has minors in attendance, the host member will ensure that non-alcoholic beverage service is available. The Club staff has been instructed not to serve alcoholic beverages to a minor (as defined by the laws in the State of California). Further, when there is a question as to the age of the individual, the staff will verify age by examining the appropriate documents submitted by the person in question.


1. The Club requires reservations.

2. The Club also requires that if a member cannot keep the reservation, the Club be so notified.

3. Reservations are required for Club “special” events. Reservations may be cancelled up to 48 hours prior to the start of the event. A member who cancels within 48 hours of the event or who fails to show at the event will be charged for the event.

Corkage Charges

Banquet Department:

a. Alcoholic beverages may not be brought onto Club property for consumption; however, they may be brought onto Club property as gifts or prizes, so long as they are not consumed on the property.

b. Permission to supply alcoholic beverages may be granted to parties who bring their own wine for their event and have that wine delivered to the Club for their function. A corkage charge will apply.

Dining Room

a. Members may bring wine selections from their own cellar to the Club for consumption with their dinner at no charge, provided they are a member of the Wine Club.

b. A corkage fee will be charged for all bottles brought onto Club property for consumption.

c. Unless authorized by the board, in no other case will the Club permit alcoholic beverages, beer, or liquor to be brought onto the Club property for the purpose of consumption.

Private Parties

1. A member responsible for a private or organization affair must advise all attendees as to proper conduct and dress code requirements both in the Clubhouse and on club grounds.

2. A member’s “private party” refers to a party hosted and paid for exclusively by one or more members of the Club or a party sponsored by a member of the Club for his or her own firm or close friend. The host member must be present at the function.

3. The following general rules apply to all private and Club functions:

a. Private parties will be billed to the sponsoring member(s) account.

b. When parties (private or organization) are canceled, no penalty will be incurred if notice to cancel is given 45 days prior to the event. After that time, a penalty will be assessed, unless a substitute party for that date and time can be obtained, or unless there are extenuating circumstances. The penalty will be $1,500.00 for parties of 150 people or less, or $2,500.00 for parties in excess of 150 people. If bookings are made for a fixed number of guests and a lesser number appear, a full charge will be assessed for each absentee unless notification is given 72 hours in advance.

c. The maximum number of persons that may be served at a reserved party without an advance-planned menu is 15. The menus for a party of more than 15 must be ordered in advance.

Cellular Telephones

Cellular telecommunication equipment utilizing voice is not permitted in the Clubhouse. However, “texting, emails, and other non-disruptive activities are permitted.”


Gambling is not allowed on club property.

General Prohibitions and Restrictions

1. Advertising. No advertising, solicitation or subscription paper will be mailed or posted in the Clubhouse or on the premises.

2. Subscription or collection. No subscription, solicitation, or collection of any kind, except for Club purposes, will be permitted in the Clubhouse or on the premises.

3. Animals. No animals will be allowed in the Clubhouse at any time except for Certified Service dogs.

4. Dog Policy. Dogs on Victoria Club Property:

  • Dogs must be always leashed.
  • Members who choose to walk their dogs on the golf course may do so prior to regular hours of operations.
  • Members are required to clean up after their dog and to dispose of their pet’s waste properly and promptly.
  • Member are obligated to keep their dog from being unnecessarily noisy or aggressive and causing an annoyance or discomfort to others and will promptly remedy any complaints made by others. Dog owner is responsible for any damages that it has caused unto others.
  • Animal control office will be called for any dog not on a leash and roaming the golf course or clubhouse surrounding property.

5. Food and beverage. No members, visitors, or guests will be allowed to bring outside food or beverages onto the property. Special events require prior approval for outside food or vendors.

6. Smoking. Smoking is prohibited in the clubhouse.

Pool Area

  • Babies are required to wear plastic pants or diapers made specifically for swimming. Swimming attire is limited to the pool area only.
  • Children 14 years old or older may be left unattended at the pool while there is a lifeguard on duty.
  • Children under the age of 14 years must be always accompanied by an individual 18 years old or older.
  • The high diving board is available only when there is a lifeguard on duty for open swim, club events, or outside events.


1. Direction and control of employees. The Club employees are deemed to work under the direction and control of the General Manager. Therefore, any direction, discipline or reprimand of any employee or employees shall be done by management and not by members, visitors, or guests. Any complaints should be reported to the General Manager.

2. Sending employees off the premises. Members, visitors, or guests will not send employees of the Club off the Club premises for any purpose.

3. Tipping. Tipping any Club personnel is at the discretion of the member or guest.

4. Service areas. No member, visitor or guest is allowed in the service areas of the Club except members of the Board of Directors and members of those committees whose functions involve the service departments.

5. Membership directory. The membership directory is intended solely for the private use of members to contact their fellow members.

6. Mailing facilities. No one will be authorized to use the Club’s mailing facilities without written permission from the Board of Directors.

Youth and Locker Room Facilities

  • Youth under 18 years old are not permitted in the O’Brien’s Pub for more than 30 minutes at any given time.
  • Youth under 21 years old are permitted in the main bar lounge area (not seated at the bar) only when they are in the company of a parent.
  • Youth are not permitted to loiter in the Men’s or Ladies’ Lounge/Locker Room.