This dress code applies to all members, visitors and guests
On the Course
A good standard of golfing dress must be adhered to on the golf course.
- Recognised golf shoes must be worn.
- Trousers, shorts, skirts and skorts must be of the tailored variety (NO denim jeans, cargo pants, combat trousers, sports shorts, swimming shorts or cut-offs) Shorts, skirts and skorts must be worn with knee length socks or sports socks which should be predominately one colour.
- Recognised golf shirts or shirts with collars must be worn. No football, rugby, or shirts with indiscreet slogans or logos are allowed. Shirts should be worn inside trousers or shorts, however recognised golf shirts can be worn outside of these when they are designed to do so.
- Golf caps and headgear may only be worn with the peak to the front and must be removed before entering the clubhouse.
- Any other recognised golf attire.
In the Clubhouse/on the Patio
A good standard of smart casual dress must be worn in the clubhouse/on the patio at all times.
- All hats must be removed when entering the clubhouse
- Modern casual shoes are permitted including smart trainers, sandals, loafers and deck shoes. NO flip flops or sliders. Socks are optional.
- Smart shirts designed to be worn outside trousers, shorts and skorts are permitted.
- Smart T-shirts are permitted.
- All clothing, including denim, must be clean and not faded, torn or soiled.
- The wearing of rain gear is not permitted in the Clubhouse.
- Footwear must be worn in the clubhouse/patio at all times and walking around in socks or bare feet is not permitted.
The following items are NOT acceptable on the golf course, on the patio and in the clubhouse;
- Tracksuits or shell suits
- Beach, swimming or other sportswear.
- Rugby/football shirts or shorts
- Combat and camouflage trousers.
- Flip flops and sliders.
- Any other clothing which may be offensive to members.