16 APRIL 2004
The toilet areas of the Golf Clubhouse should be designed to serve both golfers and dining
patrons. The toilet areas should also contain a changing area for golfers to change into
golfing apparel and have access to lockers to store their street clothes.
Relationships and Character:
This area should be directly accessible from the main circulation area. It should be
convenient to golfers coming to the Clubhouse from the golf course. In larger facilities that
might require golfers to go a long way through the Clubhouse to reach the toilet areas,
additional toilet facilities may be provided in a more convenient location, such as near the
grab and go window.
The toilet areas should be furnished with durable, good quality materials in keeping with the
overall quality of the Clubhouse.
Dimensions and Furnishings:
Provide separate plumbing fixtures for men and women in quantities as required by
the applicable plumbing code, including provisions for persons with disabilities. See
Chapter 5 for requirements and Chapter 6 for referenced standards.
Provide adequate space at entrances and near fixtures for maneuvering by persons
with disabilities as established by referenced accessibility standards.
The changing area should be sized for the simultaneous use of one or two patrons.
The area should be furnished with a bench and eight to twelve lockers each being
half height and detailed with cabinetwork that reflects the overall quality of the toilet
area. The lockers should have key locks that are distributed from the golf shop
The toilet room sinks should be placed in a vanity counter with mirrors above the
sinks. A full-length mirror should also be provided.
The toilet room should have built-in towel dispensers and waste receptacles near the
Use ceramic tile for the wall finish from floor to ceiling (or up to 7 feet above the
Use non-slip ceramic tile for flooring.
Provide GFI-equipped electrical outlets.
Provide a floor drain for the area.
Provide 70 FC for lighting, with fixtures at the mirrors to facilitate grooming.
See Chapter 6 for Specialized Requirements.
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