Dress Code

We wish to maintain the  highest of standards both on and off the golf course to further the enjoyment of visiting our Golf Club. In order to do so, we ask that the following regulations are adhered to by everyone.

Thank you.

In order to encourage a more relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the Clubhouse, smart/casual dress is permitted. ‘Smart/casual’ can mean different things to different people so, for clarity, please see the following definitions.

All members and guests are asked to support the staff who are authorised to deal with any apparent breach in this Dress Code.
If in doubt please ask the Club Professional or General Office who will be pleased to help and advise.

In the Clubhouse

PermittedNot Permitted
Smart jeans & denim trousersSoiled, torn or ripped jeans
Modern casual shoes including smart trainers, sandels (men must wear with socks), loafers and deck shoesCargo pants or cut-off's for men
Casual shirts must have collars and where designed, may be worn outside trousers/skirts/shortsFlipflops (except ladies fashion. T-shirts of rugby style or with large advertising slogans
Tailored style shortsHeadgear
Women may wear cut-offsGolf shoes, and any wet or soiled clothing are not permitted above the ground floor

On the Golf Course

A good standard of golf dress is expected on the golf course and practice putting green. As a guide we request the following:
 o Recognised golf clothing and footwear must be worn (this excludes denim trousers, cargo pants and jeans)
 o Gentlemen may wear tailored shorts with knee length, white trainer socks or ankle socks
 o Gentlemen’s shirts must be tucked in at the waist
 o Hats, caps and visors must be worn in the conventional manner (i.e. peak at the front)

On the Driving Range

We also encourage a similar standard of dress on the driving range. However we will accept the following:

 o Smart jeans and denim, But not soiled, torn or ripped jeans or denim trousers, cargo pants, cut-off’s for men
 o Shirts with collars, But not T-shirts or rugby/football style shirts with large advertising slogans
 o No metal spiked shoes in the covered bays

Mobile Devices

Mobile phones must not be used for making or receiving calls when in the Clubhouse, on the Course, or on the Practice Putting area. Calls can be made or received in the Car Park area, and also on the Driving Range.

Internet enabled mobile phones & devices may be used for text messaging, accessing the internet (including distance measuring devices) and general use within the Clubhouse and on the Course provided the device is on silent or vibrate mode.

Dress Code Chart

To see a pictorial representation of attire please click here

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