Only golf attire and golf footwear will be acceptable
Ladies and Gentlemen are permitted the wearing of properly tailored shorts of a respectable length. Sports socks, including sockettes, can be worn by both Ladies and Gentlemen.
Collared and ‘mock turtle neck’ golf shirts are acceptable for Ladies and Gentlemen both on the course and in the clubhouse.
Junior members may wear trainers on the course.
Ladies and gentlemen can wear shorts in the clubhouse until closing time during the period of 1st April to 30th September. Winter period 1st October to 31st March, shorts may only be worn in the clubhouse up to 7.30pm.
Smart casual is the acceptable standard of dress unless formal occasions require a different dress code. All clothing, including denim jeans must be clean and in a state of good repair. Ripped or torn jeans, either by design or use, are not permitted in the clubhouse. Shoes, trainers and sandals should be clean, and of a suitable standard i.e. smart casual.
Specifically excluded from the Clubhouse for both female and male members are: –
T shirts, singlets, rugby or football shirts
Combat style trousers regardless of colour or style
Beach style clothing and footwear
All forms or style of waterproof over-clothing which must be restricted to the changing rooms and entrance halls.
The wearing of any form of headwear except where required for religious or medical reasons or by Ladies at particular formal functions.
Golf shoes except in the changing rooms or top bar area.
Casual dress is allowed in the top bar, multi-function room and snooker room.