Dress Code

We would politely ask all members and visitors to maintain a smart and tidy appearance at all times whilst enjoying their visit to the club. In line with this approach the regulations are designed to help this aim. As a private members club, the dress code for ladies and gents can differ, therefore a common sense approach.

DRESS CODE
Players are expected to be smartly dressed at all times, the emphasis being on smart and casual dress. No person will be allowed on the course wearing jeans, football/rugby type shirts and shorts, vest-type tops or collarless t-shirts, cargo trousers or shorts, tracksuits or shell suits. Shorts must be tailored and smart. Round-collared, recognised golf tops are allowed.
Players must wear golf shoes, unless they are juniors or have some form of disability preventing them from doing so.
Hats are not allowed to be worn in the bar and function room area.


THESE RULES ARE TO BE ADHERED TO BY ALL MEMBERS AND VISITORS ALIKE. THE STAFF HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED NOT TO ALLOW PLAY ON THE COURSE OR THE PURCHASE OF ANY GOODS UNLESS THE DRESS CODE IS FOLLOWED.

IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULES OF THE CLUB THE COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DISCIPLINE INDIVIDUALS NOT ADHERING TO THE ABOVE REGULATIONS.

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