Dear Sung Nam Golf Club Patrons:
The Sung Nam Golf Club is an 18 Hole Championship Golf Course
that stretches over 7,000 yards from the blue tee. The layout of the golf
course provides a challenge to players of all skill levels. On site amenities
include a driving range, locker rooms, club storage, Pro Shop, and a full menu
Food and Beverage Operation. In addition, there are multiple practice
greens for putting, chipping, and bunker development. The Management
Team is comprised of PGA Professionals with a combined total of fifty years
of experience of golf instruction to accommodate all of your lesson requests.
Lastly, there are three separate snack bars throughout the golf course to
assist you in your needs during your round.
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The following rules of play and procedures have been developed in
accordance with Army Regulations and Eight Army Policies and are designed
to enhance the enjoyment of the overall golfing experience for the entire
USFK Community. The rule book undergoes an annual review process in
order to continually provide a product that meets our patrons' expectations.
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On behalf of the Sung Nam Golf Club, I would like to encourage your
participation at the golf course. This facility is provided for your enjoyment;
and we look forward to seeing each of you on the links!
Sung Nam Golf Club
Department of the ArmyUS ARMY INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND
APO AP 96205-5742
SUNG NAM GOLF CLUB
Pro Shop: Extension 0
Food & Beverage: Extension 1
Admin Office: Extension 02
Full Service Restaurant
18-hole Championship Course
Professional Lessons Available
golf lessons by our on-staff Class A Professional Golf Association (PGA)
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. PGA Class A
The mission of Sung Nam Golf Club (SNGC) is to stimulate, develop, and
1maintain the mental, physical and social well-being of U.S. Military, DoD civilians, and their Family Members. This is accomplished by providing golf,
food, beverage, and entertainment programs of the highest quality. The aim
of these programs is to:
General: As with all Family and Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (FMWR) a. Enhance force readiness and esprit de corps through a higher state of 1Programs, SNGC is established primarily for Armed Forces military physical and mental well-being.
personnel and their Families. However, being in an overseas environment,
the activities offered by SNGC are critical to the well-being and quality of .
life of the other components of the DoD Total Force - which includes civilian b. Increase mission effectiveness through improved quality of life.
employees and contractor personnel accompanying the Armed Services in . Korea. Of equal importance are the Family Members of these employees and c. Make the Armed Forces an attractive career, thus helping recruitment and contractor personnel.retention. : . . . d. Help new Servicemembers adjust to military life.
e. Help provide community support for Family Members, particularly when
the military sponsor is on maneuvers or is involved in armed conflict. Patronage Eligibility: :
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a. Army Regulation 215-1 describes who is authorized to patronize FMWR
activities and provides policy on priority of use. This information may be
accessed at the following URL:
http://docs.usapa.belvoir.army.mil/jw2/xmldemo/r215_1/head.asp .In addition, SNGC supports the U.S. Forces Korea (USFK) Good Neighbor
215-1 2Program by providing a venue for interaction between USFK personnel .
and the citizens of the Republic of Korea (ROK). This enables the people of
our two great nations to participate together in a wholesome, recreational
activity, which in turn builds long lasting friendships and makes a significant .
contribution to the ROK- US Alliance.
SNGC consists of an 18-hole, par 72, championship golf course with a
3driving range and clubhouse. The course features double greens, practice putting greens, and an on-course snack bar along with refreshment
stands. The clubhouse offers catering, dining and beverage service; a
modern, full service Pro Shop; daily use lockers, showers and hot tubs; and
SECTION I 1
SECTION II 2
PATRONAGE ELIGIBILITY AND PRIORITY OF USE
b. The patronage authorizations prescribed in Army Regulation 215-1 are the wait list in order to purchase incidentals and only those items listed on
subject to the provisions of the Republic of Korea (ROK) United States (US) the approved incidentals list (maintained at the register in the Pro Shop) may
Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA). Therefore, the prescribed be purchased. Under no circumstances may special rationed items (e.g., golf
authorizations must be modified to take into account the following clubs) be purchased without a ration control card.
215-1 . , .
(1) Except where provided herein, individuals participating in SNGC
activities must be entitled to receipt of duty free goods and must be in thpossession of an unrestricted USFK ration control card (or an Active Duty ID c. There are various local command policies (USFK, 8 US Army, and
-card for military personnel). IMCOM Korea) that affect patronage eligibility at SNGC. These policies
, include the following:
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(2) The SOFA permits a limited number of Korean Nationals to be (1) U.S. Military Reservists must be assigned to a unit in the U.S.
allowed access to the USFK club system as honorary members. Army Garrison Yongsan area where the reservist attends training and is paid
Although Army Golf is not a membership program, this has been interpreted or receives retirement credit points for such duty. In addition, the individual
to mean that these personnel may be authorized patronage privileges at must be entitled to receipt of duty free goods as evidenced by possession of
SNGC that includes the privilege of purchasing an annual green fee card. The a USFK ration control card. 8
selection of honorary members is a command function exercised by the ,
Commanding General, Installation Management Command Korea. To become .
an honorary member an individual must make quantifiable contributions to
the ROK-US Alliance and actively participate in activities that support the th(2) The Commanding General, 8 US Army, has authorized automatic
USFK Good Neighbor Program. IMCOM-Korea Policy #21, dated 14 August honorary membership upon request for the Retired Chairmen of the ROK
2007, governs the nomination and selection of honorary members. Joint Chiefs of Staff; former Deputy Commanders of the Combined Forces
Command; and their spouses. These individuals are counted in the overall
. IMCOM-Korea . limit of honorary members and reported monthly to the ROK authorities.
IMCOM-Korea Policy #21 8
(3) The SOFA also (3) The Commander General, USFK/CFC/UNC, has designated all
permits Korean Nationals ROK General Officers assigned to the Combined Forces Command (CFC) and
and others not authorized their spouses as authorized patrons of SNGC, which includes the privilege of
duty free privileges to purchasing an annual greens fee card. This authorization is effective only
participate in activities at during the individual's assignment to the CFC and is an exception to the
SNGC as bonafide guests of honorary membership requirements so these individuals are not reported
an author ized patron as honorary members.
( i n c l u d i ng hono r a ry
members). A bonafide .
guest is an individual . .
personally invited and
a c c o m p a n i e d b y a n (4) The Commanding General, IMCOM-Korea, has authorized local national
authorized patron. employees and ROK Soldiers serving as Korean Augmentation to the US
Army (KATUSAs) to have limited use privileges at SNGC. These individuals
may participate in golf at SNGC on a daily use basis, subject to availability.
( ) These individuals are not authorized to purchase an annual greens fee card
and are not reported as honorary members.
. (4) Authorized patrons and guests without duty free privileges may
. .purchase food and beverage items for on premises consumption only. These
individuals may also purchase incidentals that are necessary to play a round
of golf. The individual must be actually playing golf that day or be a