Dresscode

2016 - 1.6 Dress Regs New artwork from Scott

Responsibility  

The General Manager, Club Professional and designated employees have the responsibility of ensuring members, invited guests and visitors meet an acceptable standard of dress. The dress of members, invited guests and visitors must at all times be neat and tidy. Any members, invited guests and visitors whose standard of dress does not meet an acceptable standard will be denied access to the course and/or the clubhouse.  

Men on the Course including practice facilities 

Clothing must be neat, tidy and appropriate to golf.  

Trousers and shorts must be worn with a belt. Shorts must be accompanied by long socks or short socks that are visible. 

Denim wear, drawstring, elastic top trousers or track suits are not permitted.  

Collared shirts with sleeves, skivvies, turtleneck tops must be tucked in at all times. 

Clothing must not display excessive advertising or offensive slogans.  

Sandals are not permitted in the clubhouse or on the golf course. 

Current golfing fashion is permitted. 

Women on the Course including practice facilities 

Clothing must be neat, tidy and appropriate to golf.  

Slacks, shirts, shorts, three quarter length slacks and culottes, are acceptable.  

Denim wear of any kind not permitted.  

Collared shirts with sleeves, blouses, skivvies, turtleneck tops must be tucked in at all times, unless specifically designed to be worn loose.  

Socks must be predominantly white.  

Clothing must not display excessive advertising or offensive slogans.  

Current golfing fashion is permitted. 

Clubhouse 

Golf shoes are preferred for play (soft spikes mandatory). Bare or stocking feet and thongs are not permitted on the course or the clubhouse.  

Shoes designed to be worn without socks are permitted in the clubhouse. 

Golfing apparel and neat and tidy denim is permitted in the clubhouse. Women are permitted to wear fashion sandals (not thong types) in the clubhouse. Golf shoes may also be worn throughout the clubhouse.