We are a traditional golf club with a long history. While we are considerate of the fact that fashion, including golfing fashion, evolves over time, our members and guests, while at the Club, are required to adhere to our Dress Code as set out below:
Our members and guests, male and female, while on the golf course proper, must wear only such attire as has been specifically designed for playing golf or for sun protection. In other words, the type of clothing, including hats, socks and shoes, that you will find for sale in our golf shop as well as hats that have a sun protection function (e.g.Tilley hats). Only golf related logos and subtle manufacturers' logos are acceptable on clothing, hats and visors, etc. While on the golf course, men's shirts must always be tucked into their pants. You will note that athletic shoes and golf shoes with metal spikes are not sold in our golf shop and are, therefore, not worn on the golf course.
Clean and well maintained casual attire is the order of the day on most occasions in and around the clubhouse. There are certain occasions or events when more formal attire is requested and that request will appear on the announcement of the occasion or event.
More specifically, without restricting the generality of that which is set out above, blue jeans are not to be worn by our members and guests in or around the clubhouse or on the golf course proper. The same goes for men's open-toed sandals, as well as cargo, rugby, jogging and sweat pants. Shorts of the length of Bermuda shorts for men and mid-thigh to Bermuda length for women are acceptable attire; shorts of other lengths are not. The same goes for women's skirts. Tank tops, halter tops, cropped tops and tee-shirts are not to be worn by either men or women.
The dress code is suspended and inoperative while members or guests are walking directly to and from the parking lots and the locker rooms.
We trust that you understand this Dress Code and will respect it. It is deemed inappropriate for any member to enforce the dress code directly with another member or guest. Any concern or questions about compliance with the dress code, including whether or not a given article of clothing is acceptable attire, should be reported to the Club Manager or, in his absence, the Club Professional or, in his absence, one of his assistants. They will act as the final arbiter regarding any dress code issue.