Our Dress Code
We have a dress code that recognises golfs fine traditions while being mindful of changing times. Members and Guests are expected to maintain an acceptable standard of dress both on the Course and in the Clubhouse. For the avoidance of doubt, the following guidelines should be helpful:
On the Course
- Golfers are expected to wear clothing appropriate for golf – Scruffy or torn clothing is not considered appropriate.
- Golf shoes must be worn on the course – soft spikes are preferred.
- Trousers, shorts, or skirts should be tailored, and we would prefer golf shirts to be tucked in unless designed to be worn outside the waist band.
- Knee length or sports socks can be worn with shorts.
- Items that are not considered recognised golf clothing include all denim, cargo shorts or combat style, beach or athletic wear including training shoes, football shirts, and hats worn askew.
- The minimum standard is ‘smart casual’ where clean, smart denim jeans are considered acceptable.
- Golf shoes of any kind are NOT permitted in the lounge or dining room; hats should be removed.
- Clean and dry golf clothing must be worn in all areas.
- Items that are not considered smart casual include denim distressed in any way, soiled golf or untidy clothing and outrageous or offensive items.
If you have any doubt as to whether your standard of dress is acceptable then please change.
On the golf course mobile phone usage should be restricted to emergencies only and off the course usage should not disturb or distract golfers playing or any other clubhouse users.