Dress Code

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The following dress code rules on the course and in the clubhouse are strictly enforced. To save any embarrassment members, guests and visitors are asked to conform to the rules listed below. 

On The Course

  • No Trainers
  • No Denim
  • Studded trousers are not allowed
  • Shorts must not have pockets on the leg
  • Trousers must not be tucked into socks
  • Football / Rugby style shirts not allowed
  • Gentlemen must tuck shirts in
  • Baseball caps to be worn correctly
  • Golfing shoes must be worn and must have a closed toe
  • Gentlemen must wear tailored trousers or tailored knee length shorts, with short white socks, white ankle socks or long coloured stockings
  • Gentlemen may wear Plus 2’s or Plus 4’s
  • Shirts must have a collar
  • Turtle necked shirts are allowed
  • Ladies may wear cropped trousers
  • Ladies may wear Training socks

 

In & Around The Clubhouse & Car Park

When visiting the Clubhouse for a function, or after the game of golf, a smart casual standard of dress is required at all times. The Rules for the course apply with the following amendments:

  • Gentlemen must wear shoes with socks
  • If wearing Deck / Boat Shoes however socks are optional
  • Golf shoes are not allowed (can be worn in Spike Bar)
  • Trainers are not allowed. This includes all sports shoes including Daps, Canvas & Plimsolls – if worn you will be asked not to wear in future.
  • Gentlemen’s footwear must have a closed toe
  • Caps or visors must not be worn
  • Golf Shoes must not be removed on the patio
  • Waterproof clothing must not be worn in the Bar or Lounge area
  • Shorts may be worn until 20.30

 

Notes

Kit bags must not be left in the Lounge or Bar

The Club Captain may authorise changes to the above for specific occasions

To save any embarrassment, please ensure that the Dress Code is followed and adhered to.
If you are not properly dressed you will be refused entry to the Course & Clubhouse.
Please be respectful to staff when any Dress Code breaches are observed.
Repeat offenders may face disciplinary action. 

Drafted August 2017