Members, guests and visitors are requested to observe the Club’s Dress Code at all times. The Code is displayed at entrance to the bar, in the concourse and in the hard copy of the Club Diary. If you do not conform with the below Dress Code staff have been instructed not to allow you on the golf course or in the bar/lounge/restaurant.
Current Dress Code
|Denim blue clothing|
|Frayed or ripped clothing|
|Tracksuit tops or bottoms|
|Sleeveless or collarless shirts|
|Shoulderless or collarless tops|
|Shirts worn outside trousers/shorts|
|Trousers tucked into socks|
|Sports shorts or hot pants|
|Combat type multi-coloured or multi-pocketed shorts of any length or style|
|Stockings or bare feet|
|Hats / Headgear|
- Turtle neck golf shirts are permitted.
- It is not permitted to change clothing or shoes in the carpark or any part of the premises other than the changing rooms specifically designated for changing.
- Studded golf shoes and bowling shoes must be worn at all times when playing golf or bowls. In the Clubhouse, golf shoes, of any description, may only be worn in the concourse and changing room areas.
- Ladies may wear sleeveless tops with collars and tailored shorts (mid-thigh or longer) on the course and in the clubhouse.
- Gents may wear properly tailored (knee-length) shorts on the course when worn with sports socks. Properly tailored (knee-length) shorts are permitted in the clubhouse when worn with sports socks above ankle length.
- Neat casual dress is essential in the Clubhouse. It must be clean, neat and tidy, and in keeping with our high standards.
Our standard of dress reflects our commitment. The Committee’s decision as to what constitutes acceptable dress is final.