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Dress Code

As a modern golf club, we have a contemporary and forward-thinking dress code policy. We want to maintain a standard of casual but smart dress when using our golf course and clubhouse, but please use your common sense when following our guidance.

  • Dress Code on the Golf Course
    • Golf shirts with collars, roll neck or crew neck may be worn and must be worn inside waistbands.
    • Ladies may wear collarless blouses/tops either tucked into waistbands or not.
    • Tailored shorts may be worn with socks of any length or colour.
    • Recognised golf shoes must be worn on the course.
  • Dress Code in the Clubhouse
    • Smart clothing must be worn at all times.
    • Smart shirts are permitted.
    • Smart, unripped jeans are permitted.
    • Shoes and socks should be worn, however during the summer months sandals designed to be worn without socks may be worn.
    • Caps and other headgear must not be worn, although religious head wear is accepted.
    • Coats, anoraks, golf waterproofs and other outdoor clothing must be removed.
    • Golf shoes should only be worn in the locker rooms and in the corridor between the back door and steps up to the reception area. Golf shoes should not be worn in either the lounge area or the dining room.
  • Not Permitted
    • T-shirts
    • Tracksuits
    • Replica shirts, e.g. Football/Rugby shirts
    • Workwear