Dress Code Rules

Coventry Hearsall Golf Club aims to operate a contemporary and forward-thinking dress policy, commensurate with a modern day golf club. It has become apparent though that both members and visitors alike are failing to adhere to the dress code rules both on the course and in the clubhouse.

Golfers at Coventry Hearsall Golf Club are therefore made aware that the following are required standards that must be adhered to both on the golf course and in the clubhouse.

Can I wear what I like in the clubhouse?

As before we are fairly relaxed, but we do have a dress policy. In the old days a requirement was to change into a suit and tie to use the clubhouse, but these days it’s usually OK to stay in your golf gear when going into the clubhouse for a drink after the round.

That does not mean to say that you can wear your soft spiked golf shoes into the bar or lounge area, although CLEAN dimpled sole shoes are acceptable in the bar.

Can I get changed in the Car Park?

The clubhouse has every facility required for changing into and from golfing apparel. Changing in the car park is not permitted.

Acceptable On the Course
 
Dress Code Acceptable Golf wear specifically designed for the purpose of playing golf including…

  • *Golf shirts with sleeves and collars
  • *Roll necks or new style crew necks
  • Tailored shorts  (with belt hoops and a fly)
  • Long tailored trousers
  • If you are wearing shorts your socks should be
    predominantly white sport socks
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes or dimpled soles
  • Head wear as it is designed to be worn

*All shirts must be tucked in while on the course.

 
Unacceptable On the Course
 
Mens Dress Code Unacceptable
  • Football shirts, T-Shirts or tracksuits
  • Shirts pulled outside of trousers or shorts (untucked)
  • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
  • Blue denim, cargo or tracksuit trousers
  • Trousers tucked into socks
  • Shorts with coloured socks
  • Non golf shoes or trainers
  • Headwear not as it was designed to be worn
Acceptable In the Clubhouse 
 
Mens Dress Code Acceptable Clubhouse
  • Recognised golf or smart casual wear.
  • Tailored shorts  with a belt hoop and a fly may be worn.
  • Shoes / Trainers / Deck Shoes may be worn without socks.
  • Leather sandals
  • Smart jeans
  • T-Shirt with a collar tucked or untucked
 
Unacceptable In the Clubhouse
 
Mens Dress Code Unacceptable Clubhouse
  • Waterproof Jackets
  • Waterproof Trousers
  • Caps, Hats
  • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
  • Cargo or tracksuit trousers
  • Plastic or Rubber flip flops/sandals
  • Shorts with coloured socks
  • Non dimpled golf shoes
  • T-shirts without collars
Acceptable On the Course
 
Acceptable Ladies Dress Code Golf wear specifically designed for the purpose of playing golf including…

  • *Shirts must have a collar. This can be an ordinary collar, turtle neck, mandarin or roll neck. No other neckline is permissible.
  • Sleeveless shirts are permissible but shoulders must be covered
  • Trousers, Skirts, Skorts, Cropped trousers and Shorts which must be tailored
  • If you are wearing shorts, skorts or skirts  your socks should be
    predominantly white sport socks
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes or dimpled soles
  • Head wear as it is designed to be worn

*Shirts should be tucked in unless they are designed to be worn outside of a garment’s waist band (ribbed welt or side vents).

 
Unacceptable On the Course
 
Ladies Dress Code Unaceptable
  • Football shirts, T-Shirts or tracksuits
  • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
  • Blue denim, cargo or tracksuit trousers
  • Trousers tucked into socks or rolled up
  • Non Golf shoes ( e.g. Trainers, street shoes, sandals)
  • Headwear not as it was designed to be worn
Dress Code Rules

Dress Code Rules

Coventry Hearsall Golf Club aims to operate a contemporary and forward-thinking dress policy, commensurate with a modern day golf club. It has become apparent though that both members and visitors alike are failing to adhere to the dress code rules both on the course and in the clubhouse.

Golfers at Coventry Hearsall Golf Club are therefore made aware that the following are required standards that must be adhered to both on the golf course and in the clubhouse.

Can I wear what I like in the clubhouse?

As before we are fairly relaxed, but we do have a dress policy. In the old days a requirement was to change into a suit and tie to use the clubhouse, but these days it’s usually OK to stay in your golf gear when going into the clubhouse for a drink after the round.

That does not mean to say that you can wear your soft spiked golf shoes into the bar or lounge area, although CLEAN dimpled sole shoes are acceptable in the bar.

Can I get changed in the Car Park?

The clubhouse has every facility required for changing into and from golfing apparel. Changing in the car park is not permitted.

Mens Dress Code
Acceptable On the Course
 
Dress Code Acceptable Golf wear specifically designed for the purpose of playing golf including…

  • *Golf shirts with sleeves and collars
  • *Roll necks or new style crew necks
  • Tailored shorts  (with belt hoops and a fly)
  • Long tailored trousers
  • If you are wearing shorts your socks should be
    predominantly white sport socks
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes or dimpled soles
  • Head wear as it is designed to be worn

*All shirts must be tucked in while on the course.

 
Unacceptable On the Course
 
Mens Dress Code Unacceptable
  • Football shirts, T-Shirts or tracksuits
  • Shirts pulled outside of trousers or shorts (untucked)
  • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
  • Blue denim, cargo or tracksuit trousers
  • Trousers tucked into socks
  • Shorts with coloured socks
  • Non golf shoes or trainers
  • Headwear not as it was designed to be worn
Acceptable In the Clubhouse 
 
Mens Dress Code Acceptable Clubhouse
  • Recognised golf or smart casual wear.
  • Tailored shorts  with a belt hoop and a fly may be worn.
  • Shoes / Trainers / Deck Shoes may be worn without socks.
  • Leather sandals
  • Smart jeans
  • T-Shirt with a collar tucked or untucked
 
Unacceptable In the Clubhouse
 
Mens Dress Code Unacceptable Clubhouse
  • Waterproof Jackets
  • Waterproof Trousers
  • Caps, Hats
  • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
  • Cargo or tracksuit trousers
  • Plastic or Rubber flip flops/sandals
  • Shorts with coloured socks
  • Non dimpled golf shoes
  • T-shirts without collars
Ladies Dress Code
Acceptable On the Course
 
Acceptable Ladies Dress Code Golf wear specifically designed for the purpose of playing golf including…

  • *Shirts must have a collar. This can be an ordinary collar, turtle neck, mandarin or roll neck. No other neckline is permissible.
  • Sleeveless shirts are permissible but shoulders must be covered
  • Trousers, Skirts, Skorts, Cropped trousers and Shorts which must be tailored
  • If you are wearing shorts, skorts or skirts  your socks should be
    predominantly white sport socks
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes or dimpled soles
  • Head wear as it is designed to be worn

*Shirts should be tucked in unless they are designed to be worn outside of a garment’s waist band (ribbed welt or side vents).

 
Unacceptable On the Course
 
Ladies Dress Code Unaceptable
  • Football shirts, T-Shirts or tracksuits
  • Sports, beach, cargo, shorts
  • Blue denim, cargo or tracksuit trousers
  • Trousers tucked into socks or rolled up
  • Non Golf shoes ( e.g. Trainers, street shoes, sandals)
  • Headwear not as it was designed to be worn