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Soft opening for the pool will be Friday, May 26th at 3pm.

Pool will open for Memorial Day Weekend (Saturday-Monday)
and will open for the season on Friday, June 3rd.

Please familiarize yourself with the Pool Rules below before the opening of the pool.
NEW IN 2023: Access to the pool is through Centre Court.

Pool Etiquette & Rules

A member is defined as any Club Member of a class approved for pool use. In addition, that member’s spouse or significant other, while living with the member in the member’s home. In addition, any of the member’s children who are unmarried and under the age of 26 years of age and living with the member, in the member’s home, shall be eligible for full use of the pool facilities.

Please access the pool by entering through Centre Court. Members and eligible family members must sign the pool register upon each admission to the pool. Guests of the members or eligible family members must be introduced, registered and stay with the accompanying member while at the pool. The conduct and charges of the guest are the responsibility of the member. No guest, whether sponsored by multiple members, may use the pool more than six times per season.

All guests must pay the current guest fee approved by the Board. Exceptions include a full-time adult babysitter or nanny designated by the member to supervise their children and the grandchildren of a member when accompanied by the member or eligible spouse. Anyone under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times or they will be asked to leave the pool area. 

Children under the age of twelve (12) are not permitted at the pool without parent or Guardian* (Nanny/Sitter). Children under the age of 12 are not permitted to leave the pool areas unless accompanied by a parent or an adult (name registered with Club Office). The pool staff is not responsible for “baby sitting” or “parenting” member’s children. It is the member’s responsibility to supervise and care for their children.

To keep children and swimmers safe, the Aquatics Director, General Manager and Pool Committee will make the decision that young children left unattended habitually, who do not comply with the rules, or are deemed unsafe, will lose pool privileges. 

Children under the age of 16 are not permitted in the Clubhouse unless accompanied by an adult. Children 16 and over are permitted in the Clubhouse, and will be afforded all the services of the Club and will be held to the same standards of behavior as any other member’s guest.

Any behavior problems will result in the loss of Clubhouse privileges. 

We ask that you help keep IGC clean and tidy. Out staff works diligently to keep our property and pool area clean. Food vessels and napkins tend to blow around the pool, thus please help us by throwing away your garbage when finished. In addition, we have conveniently placed 3 towel barrels around the pool to put your used towels in. Finally, as a reminder, adults should always supervise their children at the pool and throughout the entire club. This is essential for their safety as well as other members enjoyment of the club. Inverness recognizes its special function as a family club and therefore, asks everyone’s careful attention to rules governing children.
Federal, State and Local laws will be observed in the operation of our swimming pool. Swimming is permitted only when the Lifeguard is on duty. All who enter the pool do so at their own risk. The Club is not responsible for accidents, injury, or loss of any kind. No running on the Deck. Personal conduct in the pool and locker rooms must be such that the safety of self and others is not jeopardized. During swimming hours, the Aquatics Director & Lifeguards will have responsibility for enforcing the health and safety regulations. At all times, when the pool is open, swimming will be under constant surveillance and supervision. A person under the influence of alcohol or exhibiting erratic behavior shall not be permitted in the pool area. The Aquatics Director or Lifeguards have the authority to enforce all pool regulations and swimming rules and to properly deal with violators as prescribed by the Board of Directors. 

Swimming Pool Rules and Regulations may be changed from time to time as experience indicates. Suggestions regarding pool operations, changes, etc. shall be made in writing to the Pool Committee.

Infringement of health and safety regulations is cause for suspension of pool privileges. The Swimming Pool Committee has the right to suspend the pool privileges of any adult or child who does not comply with the Rules and Regulations or with the instruction of the Aquatics Director. 
  1. Every person must sign the record book when entering the pool area and be responsible for registering any guest. 
  2. No beverages or food are to be served or consumed, except in those areas specifically set aside for the purpose and as specified by the Aquatics Director.
  3. No glassware will be allowed in the pool area (inside the fence). (State Law)
  4. No smoking or vaping will be permitted anywhere on the pool premises.
  5. The Club is not responsible for articles of clothing and swimming suits left behind in the dressing rooms or pool area.
  6. One towel will be issued to each person. Used towels are to be deposited in the receptacle provided.
  7. Persons having skin diseases and/or infections, sore or inflamed eyes, cold, nasal or ear discharge, or any communicable diseases, fever, tuberculosis, open sores, or is wearing a bandage or adhesive tape cannot be admitted to the pool.
  8. All injuries occurring on the premises must be reported immediately to the lifeguard or aquatics director.
  9. No animals will be permitted in the pool area.
  10. All diving rules must be followed.
  11. Discretion should be used when selecting swimming and sunbathing attire (thong-style swimwear will not be permitted).
  1. No alcoholic beverages shall be consumed in the pool. (State Law)
  2. A person under the influence of alcohol or exhibiting erratic behavior shall not be permitted in the pool area and will be subject to suspension. 
  1. Anyone whose conduct or attire is not proper will be prohibited from the use of the pool.
  2. Personal conduct in the pool and bathhouse must be such that the safety of self and others are not jeopardized.
  3. Rowdy behavior in or around the pool or dressing rooms will not be tolerated and will not be permitted.
  4. For your safety, floating devices are not permitted.
  1. No back flips or backwards diving is allowed.
  2. Only one person on the diving board at a time.
  3. Diver must be able to swim to the ladder on their own without any assistance. 
  4. Lifeguards reserve the right to restrict any dive based on safety concerns. 
  5. Only one swimmer allowed in the diving area at a time. 
  6. Diver must exit the diving area once they enter the pool.
  7. No swimming or playing in the diving area while the diving boards are in use.
  8. Only one bounce is allowed before diving.
  9. Children may not be thrown from or caught after jumping from the diving board.
  10. Children may not use floaties or vests when using the diving board.
Infraction of any of the pool rules is grounds for immediate expulsion from the pool area for the remainder of the day. 

Each family may have a nanny. Guardian/Nanny/Sitter- This person must be eighteen (18) years or older. The Nanny/Sitter is completely responsible for the conduct of the children he/she is watching. The Nanny/Sitter cannot bring guests. The underage children may bring one (1) guest per child while under Nanny/Sitter supervision. The Nanny/Sitter must register with the Aquatics Director. There is no guest fee for 
the Nanny/Sitter.

Members may bring guests on a per day basis subject to a daily guest fee of $10. The daily guest fee will be $20 on Holidays and Club Events. Members must accompany their guests at all times. No guest, whether sponsored by multiple members, may use the pool more than six times per season. Children under the age of ten (10) may have guests but only when parent or guardian is present.

Appropriate attire must be worn in and around the pool and Centre Court dining areas. Discretion should be used when selecting swimming and sunbathing attire (thong-style swimwear will not be permitted). When outside the pool in pool dining areas, an appropriate cover-up (non-see-through) is to be worn over swimwear. 

Proper footwear is required. Golf caps/visors should be worn with bills facing forward. Swim attire is never appropriate for the Clubhouse, Patio Dining or at the Firepits. Swimwear with appropriate cover-up and footwear is required when using men’s and women’s locker rooms and when dining in Centre Court. No wet bathing suits allowed when dining at Centre Court.

Children under sixteen (16) are never to be left unaccompanied in the locker room areas.