Dress Code

We like to promote a modern, common sense approach to our dress regulations and hope that members, visitors and guests will assist us in maintaining those reasonable standards.

Please aim to maintain a smart casual appearance at all times, and under no circumstances do wear soiled work clothes on the course or in the clubhouse. If you are not suitably dressed, you may be asked to change, or leave the clubhouse. Decisions on the suitability of Members’ and Visitors’ dress will be at the discretion of the Professional’s staff, the Club Steward or members of the Club’s Management Board.

We hope that all Members, Visitors and Guests will act responsibly and respect our dress code. For clarity below is guidance as to suitable dress on the course and in the clubhouse.

On The Course

Acceptable Not Acceptable
Conventional golf clothing Denim clothing
Conventional golf footwear Rugby or football shirts
Tailored shorts Soiled / torn work clothing
Collarless shirts with sleeves (Ladies) Tee.shirts & clothing with slogans
Sleeveless shirts with collars (Ladies) Trousers tucked in socks (unless under waterproof trousers)
Hoodies without slogans (hood down preferably)  Trainers / non golf shoes

In The Clubhouse

Acceptable Not Acceptable
Conventional golf clothing Bare feet
Smart denim clothing Ripped / dirty denim clothing
Smart casual clothing Tracksuits
Tailored shorts Dirty golf footwear
Hoodies (hood down) Caps / hats
Clean golf footwear (in spike bar area only) Wet / soiled clothing
  Waterproof clothing