Golf Course Dress Code
Gentlemen – Full length tailored trousers and chinos. Tailored shorts, near or just above the knee. Plus 2’s and plus 4’s.
Ladies – Culottes and 3/4 length tailored trousers.
Blue denim jeans, combat trousers, Beach, Bermuda, or sports shorts.
Gentlemen – Collared with long or short sleeves. Turtle neck shirts (golf wear) with long or short sleeves. Shirts must be tucked into the waistband.
Ladies – Collared shirts without sleeves. Blouson or shirts covering waistband of shorts or trousers.
T-shirts, vests, sun tops and shirts designed for other sports e.g. football, rugby or hockey.
PERMITTED – Ladies may wear skirts and shorts that are designed for golf.
Gentlemen – Long hose, short socks or trainer socks. When socks are worn with shorts they must be predominantly plain.
Ladies – Short socks may be colour co-ordinated with shorts and skirts.
PERMITTED – Golf shoes with hard or soft spikes must be worn.
In the clubhouse and surrounding area
Smart casual as detailed, except that shorts are not allowed in the Lounge or Dining Room after 6.30 pm. Shorts are allowed in the Members Bar at any time. Golf shoes only allowed in the changing rooms and appropriate footwear must be worn in the Clubhouse.
Gentlemen must wear socks with shoes or sandals. Caps are not to be worn in the Clubhouse. Jacket and tie are required for official meetings and also for functions when specified.
Themed functions may have different dress codes and will be clearly specified in advance with the approval of the Clubhouse Executive.
NOT PERMITTED – BLUE DENIM JEANS AND TRAINERS.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF YOU DO NOT ADHERE TO THE DRESS CODE ON THE COURSE AND IN THE CLUBHOUSE, YOU WILL BE POLITELY ASKED TO LEAVE.
PLEASE DO NOT BE OFFENDED.