Pedestrian and Pet Rules for Armitage Golf Club

Use of Armitage Golf Club Property

As we approach the peak golf season, Hampden Township wishes to remind individuals of some regulations that are in place at Armitage.

Unlike many public parks owned and maintained by the Township, Armitage Golf Club is not a public park.  Use of the course is only available to customers who pay to play a round of golf or use the practice green.  The cart paths that traverse the property are not intended to be used as walking paths. They are strictly for the use of golfers.

Individuals who attempt to use the paths for walking or jogging could suffer bodily injury due to not being actively engaged in a round of golf or paying attention to the individuals golfing. It is not the responsibility of the golfers to stop or delay play due to pedestrians walking on the course.

In addition to not allowing pedestrians on Armitage property, animals, with the exception of certified support animals, are not allowed on course property at any time.

The walking path that circles the North and East sides of the golf course connecting Lamp Post Lane to the intersection of Chippenham and Golfview is available for recreational walking, jogging, or dog walking when the animal is on a leash and animal waste is properly collected.