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Pool Rules and Regulations




The pool is intended for the private use of the residents of Fairway Mews. With that in mind, the following rules have been adopted by the FMCA Board of Directors to protect the rights of all residents to enjoy the pool.

The following rules will be strictly enforced. Failure to comply will result in the suspension of your pool privileges.


 Dear FM Residents,

The FM Pool Badge Checker is the gate keeper and person in charge of the pool area.  It is likely that more than one individual will fill this role at the Fairway Mews Community Pool during the season.  The FM Pool
Badge Checkers role is access control and to manage the pool area and occupants for the greatest enjoyment and safety for everyone.  We are asking that all residents and guests respect the decision of the FM Pool Badge Checker to this end, and treat each other with respect and consideration.

  • The pool will open Memorial Day Weekend (May 28th, 29th & 30th), will open weekends only the first two weekends in June and starting on the June 18th Weekend the pool will open 7 days a week until Labor Day. Hours of pool operations on all days will be 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • All patrons’ residents and guest will be required to sign in.




The pool is intended for the private use of the residents of Fairway Mews. With that in mind, the following rules have been adopted by the FMCA Board of Directors to protect the rights of all residents to enjoy the pool.

The following rules will be strictly enforced. Failure to comply will result in the suspension of your pool privileges.

1.Admittance to the pool will be with the FM ID cards. The cards and stickers are issued to FMCA homeowners and tenants of record. You must bring your ID to access the pool area. Please do not ask the badge attendant for admittance to the pool area if you have forgotten your ID card. This rule will be strictly enforced.

2.Bathers are not permitted in the library or meeting room(s) portion of the Clubhouse.

3.All guests must be registered by a resident of record.

4.Children fifteen (15) years of age and under must be under the supervision of an adult member of the family in the pool and pool area at all times.

5.Daily adult swim: Only adults will be allowed to swim from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. and 3:00 to 3:30 p.m. each day. Additional adult swims may be announced at the discretion of the lifeguard.

6.Prohibited in the pool and/or pool area:

  • Children of any age who are not toilet trained and/or wearing diapers are not permitted in the pool.
  • Children or adults will not be permitted to linger or play at the step areas. Step areas are to be kept clear to allow people to enter and leave the pool.
  • Children are not permitted in the bathrooms unless accompanied by an adult.
  • No food or drinks, except bottled water (plastic bottles only) will be permitted in the pool area or clubhouse.
  • Any device deemed to be unsafe by the lifeguard will not be permitted in the pool or pool area.
  • Bicycle riding, skate boarding or boisterous behavior is not permitted in the pool area.
  • Animals are not permitted in the pool area.
  • Flotation devices of any kind are not permitted in the pool.
  • Bicycles may not be left in the walkways or clubhouse. All golf carts must be parked in the cart area in front of the Clubhouse.

9.Chairs and lounges on the pool deck must be covered by towels to protect them from suntan lotion, oils, etc.

10.Any damage to pool equipment or furnishings will result in an assessment by the Board of Directors for the cost of repair or replacement. This assessment will be paid by the resident of record for themselves, their children and guests.

11.For the safety and enjoyment of all residents and guests using this facility, these rules and regulations will be strictly enforced.

12.Fairway Mews Community Association is not responsible for any accident occurring in the pool, pool area, or elsewhere on the premises, nor are they liable for loss, damage or destruction of personal property.

New Jersey State Health and Safety Regulations

Any person showing evidence of any communicable skin disease, sore or inflamed eyes, cold, nasal or ear discharges or any other communicable disease shall be refused admission.

Any person with excessive sunburn, open blisters, cuts or bandages, shall be denied admission.

Do not enter the water if you are experiencing or recovering from diarrhea or have had any signs or symptoms of gastrointestinal (stomach) disease in the past seven days.

Children should be encouraged to use the restroom before entering the water. Immediately report any accidents you observe in the bathing area to the lifeguard.

No animals, except for service animals, shall be allowed in the swimming pool area and or dressing rooms or other parts of the enclosure.

Glass containers shall be prohibited in food and drink areas.

Conduct which jeopardizes the safety and comfort of others shall be prohibited.

Outdoor bathing shall be prohibited during an electrical storm.

Persons suspected of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol shall be prohibited from entering the water.

The above health and safety regulations are in compliance with the New Jersey State Sanitary Code, and everyone must comply.


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Golf Course Dress Code and Rules


  1. DRESS CODE: Players must have proper attire, proper footwear and necessary equipment when on the golf course. Sharing equipment is prohibited. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared shirt and golf slacks/shorts. Shorts should be no shorter than 4″ above the knee. Ladies are required to wear proper attire specifically designed for golf. Golf dresses, mid-thigh length skirts/skorts, slacks, mid-thigh length shorts are considered appropriate attire. All shirts must be collared. T-shirts, halter-tops, sweatpants, spandex, jeans, leggings (unless worn under shorts or skort), are not permitted. Players must wear golf shoes with soft spikes. Metal spikes are not permitted. Sandals, loafers, flip-flops, high heels, street shoes etc. are not permitted. Members must advise their guests of the dress code. Members and guests will not be permitted to play unless properly attired.
  1. All players must sign in at the Pro Shop. All play must start at the first tee only unless directed elsewhere by the Golf Professional. Residents, when requested, must display their I.D. cards. All guests must be registered by a resident. If Guest Books are being used, all appropriate information must be filled out. The Golf Professional shall have the authority to approve all guests. Residents/Members must advise guests of the rules and are responsible for the conduct and play of their guests. Reservations may not be made more than one (I) week in advance.
  1. The golf course is for the play of golf only. No practice of any kind is permitted except in the designated practice area near the 1 7th This area is not open during the day. It may be used before 8 a.m. and after 7 pm. Please note practice shots must be hit from the practice tee only and no shots are allowed to hit the 17th green.
  1. Players under 12 will be permitted with adults when approved by the Golf Professional. Toddlers and young children are not permitted on the golf course. The golf course may not be used as a playground/ball field. Residents and guests are to remind children of the dangers of going onto the course. The golf course is not to be used as a short cut when walking through Fairway Mews. Dog walking is not permitted on the golf course. No loitering will be permitted around the Clubhouse area.
  1. Play by residents and/or guests may not begin prior to the golf course opening.
  1. Foursome play is recommended at all times. No more than four golfers to a group unless previously approved by the Golf Professional.
  1. The course is reserved league play as follows:

Tuesday 8:30 am — Men’s League        Wednesday 8:30 am Ladies 18-Holers

Thursday 8:30 am – Ladies 9-Holers      Thursday 9:30 am — Men’s 9-Holers

Regular play will resume no later than 12:30 p.m. each of these days. Please call the Golf Shop for the first available tee time on a specific day.

  1. Any golfer damage (windows, fences, automobile, etc.) done while on Fairway Mews property, is the “player/persons” responsibility. Any damage MUST be handled between property owner and “player/persons. Lastly, all incidents MUST be reported to the Golf Shop, immediately.
  1. Guest Books provide for 12 rounds of golf for the price of 10. Sale of Guest Books will be limited to two (2) books per unit during this season. Guest Books expire at years end and cannot be carried over to the next season.
  1. Always check with the Pro Shop for condition of the course and observe all cart signs and roped off areas.
  1. Course is closed on Mondays. No practice on Mondays in any areas including the practice green. The course will be open on the following Monday holidays, Memorial Day and Labor Day and closed on the following Tuesday.
  1. Rake traps after play. Replace divots on tees with provided materials. All divots shall be replaced.
  1. Golf carts must be kept 30 feet from greens and tees.
  1. Handcarts are not permitted on tees, greens or collars around the green.
  1. Residents are obligated to make sure guests are aware of all rules and regulations when playing the course
  1. All players must observe Winter Course Conditions in the off season, which include all of the above and the use of temporary tees and greens.
  1. Refer to the golf score card for local rules.
  1. All singles and twosomes may be paired with like groups at discretion of Golf Professional.
  1. All Golf Fees, Guest Books, Membership and Trail Fees are non-refundable. Please Note: Trail Fee applies ONLY TO THE PAID CART. Payment of Trail Fees does not entitle anyone to the use of a Fairway Mews golf cart. Any time a Fairway Mews golf cart is used, the proper cart fee must be paid by the person(s) using the cart. No substitutions allowed. No exceptions!

Violations of these rules, and/or others posted at the Clubhouse and Pro Shop will be brought to the attention of the Golf Committee. Infractions of the F.M.C.A. Golf Rules & Regulations will result in a warning letter for the first violation. The second violation will result in a hearing before the F.M.C.A. Golf Covenants Committee. The F.M.C.A. Golf Committee has the right to suspend a member’s participation in golf leagues, scrambles, championships and suspend golf privileges.  Further infractions may result in suspension of Fairway Mews community privileges: i.e., gate entrance cards, pool privileges, etc. and monetary fines.


January 2022

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Tennis Rules and Regulations

Below are the Rules and Regulations for the use of the tennis courts:




  1. The tennis courts are open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. daily.


  1. Players must call the Pro Shop 732-449-8883, in advance to reserve court time.


  1. All players must register at the Pro Shop prior to play. Family members of Fairway Mews residents, such as children or grandchildren, may play for free. Non-family member guests will be charged a fee of $2 per day payable in the Pro Shop. A seasonal guest pass is available for $35 per person available in the FMCA office.


  1. Those not possessing proper identification will be asked to leave.


  1. Proper tennis attire required; meaning the followingno aerobic or gym clothing, no swim suits, no cut-offs, no jeans, no tank tops for men(men must have sleeves), and no bare midriff attire will be allowed!  Players not adhering to the dress code will be asked to leave the courts.


  1. Players will wear proper footwear at all times.


  1. When playing singles, court time will be limited to one (1) hour if others are waiting to play.


  1. When playing doubles, court time will be limited to two (2) hours on weekdays if others are waiting to play. On weekends, doubles play is limited to one-and-one half (1-1/2) hours if others are waiting to play.


  1. Court time is forfeited if players are not ready to play within ten (10) minutes of reservation time.


  1. Non-players, adult or child, are prohibited from standing or sitting inside the court fencing. This includes babies and/or toddlers in carriages and/or strollers.


  1. Anyone riding a bicycle to the tennis courts is asked to put the bicycle in the rack provided on the parking lot side of the Clubhouse. Bicycles are not to be placed against the building or the refuse bin.


  1. Smoking is never permitted on the tennis courts.


  1. Tennis lessons are only available from Board designated FMCA Tennis Professional.
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