visitor golf

GOLF : DRESS CODE

Members and visitors are required to maintain a standard of dress in keeping with the character and standing of the Club.

ON THE COURSE AND IN THE CLUBHOUSE

Clubhouse:
Men and Women - Golf attire is acceptable in the Clubhouse however, in extreme weather conditions it is expected that golfers change wet or soiled clothing. Golf shoes may be worn in the bar area providing that shoes have non-metal spikes and are clean. Golf shoes are not permitted in the dining room. Jacket and tie may be required at formal events, Caps and visors must be removed when entering the Clubhouse and mobile phones must be switched to silent. Mobile phones are not permitted to be used in the Clubhouse and may only be used in the designated telephone room. 

Men

Acceptable Dress:
Tailored trousers, plus fours, tailored shorts with long socks (pulled up) or white short socks. Shirt with collar and tucked in. Jumper, cardigan, vest or jacket and golf shoes.
Unacceptable Dress:
Denim jeans, track suits, football or rugby jumpers, sweat shirts, trousers tucked into socks, running shoes, basketball boots, cargo trousers or shorts, draw string trousers or shorts, clothing bearing writing or advertising material other than small badges or logos. No bare midriffs. Shoes not designed as golf shoes.

Women

Acceptable Dress:
Neat slacks, tailored golf shorts and skirts. Shirts should be collared and of neat appearance.
Unacceptable Dress:
Denim, tight pants and shorts, track suits, cargo pants or shorts, draw spring pants or shorts, rugby jumpers, shirts and jumpers bearing writing or advertising material other than small badges or logos. No bare midriffs. Shoes not designed as golf shoes.
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