Dress Code & Rules

COURSE AND CLUBHOUSE DRESS REQUIREMENTS

All members, visitors and guests are required to maintain a standard of dress in keeping with the character and standing of the Club.

ON COURSE

All players should dress in attire which is designed for playing golf and which would be worn by a Golf Professional.

Clothing which does not align with these standards is not permitted.

These regulations also apply when using the practice and teaching facilities at the Club.

MEN

Tailored trousers and shorts. Shirts must be collared, of neat appearance and tucked in. Turtle, crew or roll-necked and polo-necked shirts are acceptable.

Golf shoes with soft spikes (no metal spikes) with socks predominately of one single colour.

WOMEN

Tailored long or mid-calf pants, tailored golf shorts, skirts and skorts. Leggings can be worn under shorts and skorts. Shirts should be collared of neat appearance. Turtle, crew or roll-necked and polo-necked shirts are acceptable.

Golf shoes with soft spikes (no metal spikes) with socks predominately of one single colour.

 

CLUBHOUSE 

MEN AND WOMEN

The minimum dress standard for all members and guests is to reflect current community standards where ‘smart casual’ is the requirement. Dress denim which is not faded, torn or has patches and shredding is allowed.

Clothing which does not align with these standards is not permitted.

Golf attire is acceptable. However, in extreme weather conditions, it is required that golfers change wet or soiled clothing before entering the clubhouse. Alternatively, golfers can choose to stay on the outside alfresco area.

Golf shoes may be worn in the ‘Sports’ bar and alfresco areas only provided they are clean and dry. Please use the shoe cleaning facilities provided.

Enclosed footwear is to be worn throughout the Clubhouse. However, deck shoes may be worn without socks. Ladies dress sandals and strapless shoes are allowed.

 

Dress requirements shortened version July 2020