Members, guests and visitors are expected to apply common sense and consideration for others and are requested to be appropriately and presentably dressed at all times on the Club premises.
Visitors are expected to follow these guidelines:-
ON THE COURSE
Conventional golf attire is required. This will not include torn trousers, working jeans, t-shirts, sports vests, track suits, or beach or cargo shorts. For safety and comfort, shoes designed and suitable for golf (preferably without metal spikes) should be worn. Shirts will normally be kept tucked in, unless specifically designed not to be.
ON THE TERRACE OR IN THE CLUBHOUSE AREA
Golf attire or smart casual wear is appropriate. This will not include torn trousers, working jeans, t-shirts, sports vests, track suits or beach or cargo shorts. Shoes should be worn which for men should not include open sandals, flip-flops or trainers. Deck/boat or summer shoes may be worn without socks if desired. Golf shoes are allowed in the wooden-floored spike area but not if they have metal spikes. Caps, visors, hats and waterproofs should be removed when inside.
IN THE DINING ROOM
A jacket and collared shirt will normally be required for gentlemen. Ties are optional unless otherwise specified. Ladies should be dressed in a manner appropriate for the occasion. For Club matches, gentlemen are expected to wear a jacket and Club tie, and ladies their Club uniform. Shorts are not permitted in the dining room.
Some flexibility will be accepted for Juniors, particularly if non-members and/or whilst undergoing instruction. The Club does not wish to dampen youthful enthusiasm by being over-prescriptive.
Some variation in this Code may occur depending on the occasion and/or the weather. If so, this will be made known.
Caddies, spectators and visitors are requested to abide by the same code