Visitors | Dress Code
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Golf Course Dress Code:
- All shirts must be an approved golf shirt. 'New style' round/crew neck golf shirts are acceptable.
- Collarless and/or sleeveless shirts or T-shirts are not considered acceptable.
- All golf shirts must be worn inside waistband at all times. Ladies however may wear tops outside their trousers or skirts when they are designed to do so.
- No jeans, denims or track-suit bottoms.
- Recognised golf shoes must be worn.
- Shorts must be tailored, no combat shorts allowed.
- Short sports socks are permitted but they must be WHITE and a minimum of ankle length.
- Peaked hats or caps must not be worn other than with the peak to the front, and must be removed before entering the clubhouse.
Clubhouse Dress Code:
- Smart casual wear before and after play.
- Smart jeans may be worn in the clubhouse, except on Sundays.
- Collarless and/or sleeveless shirts or T-shirts are only considered acceptable when worn under a jumper.
- NO shell suits or track-suits.
- Proper footwear - training shoes, or shoes resembling trainers, not allowed in Lounge.
- Tailored shorts are allowed in the summer months but must be worn with a pair of smart sandals.
- No ripped, torn or begrimed clothing is permitted.
- No studded footwear or golf shoes in the Clubhouse except access to locker rooms.
- General meetings of the Club and stared events require jacket, collar and tie.
Mobile Phone Policy:
- Use of mobile phones on the golf course is discouraged. They may however be taken onto the course for use in genuine emergencies only and must remain on silent/vibrate. Golfers may be asked to leave the course if observed using a mobile phone without these conditions.
- Mobile phones should be turned to silent/vibrate within the confines of the clubhouse. Any Incoming calls should be taken outside the club house in the car park.
Club Directors, staff and Professional are empowered to ensure that all using the club observe the above policies. Persons not complying may be asked to leave the course or premises. Repeated misuse of these policies will result in suspension from the club.