Dress Code

Clean and smart a good place to start!

Members, guests and visitors are asked to respect the dress code to save embarrassment for all concerned. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to the Course or Clubhouse if individuals are not able to comply with our dress code, normal courtesies and the rules of golf. Members, their guests and visitors are requested to maintain reasonable standards of dress at all times.

On The Course

Recognised golf clothing and golf shoes should be worn on the course. Shorts must be of the tailored variety. Men’s shirts should be worn inside trousers or shorts, socks if worn should be predominantly white.

Ladies’ shirts if designed to be worn outside are acceptable. Shirts with collars must be worn. New style turtle neck shirts are acceptable. Shirts without collars must have sleeves.

In the Clubhouse

  • Recognised golf clothing and smart casual clothes are acceptable
  • Footwear is required and men are to wear socks (but this is not compulsory). Modern casual shoes are permitted, loafers and deck shoes. Open toe / heel sandals are not permitted.
  • Golf shoes, waterproofs, hats, wet, and dirty clothing are not acceptable

Social Events

Dress code as indicated on the event notice and ticket

Private Events

As agreed with the Secretary

The following items are not acceptable on the golf course or in the Clubhouse

  • Blue denim jeans
  • Tracksuits or shell suits
  • T-shirts
  • Trainers/ flipflops
  • Rugby/football shirts or shorts/cargo shorts

Mobile phones are not to be used in the Clubhouse or on the Course except in an emergency.