Dress Code & Etiquette
Members and their guests are politely requested to adhere to the dress code as below. Improperly dressed golfers or guests may be asked to change before playing or entering the Clubhouse.
The rules have been made to ensure the enjoyment of everybody, and that no player or guest is inconvenienced or upset by another’s actions or appearance.
- Jeans are permitted in the Clubhouse; however jeans should always be smart and worn in the correct manner. The Clubhouse dress code is smart casual. The Club retains its right to refuse entry if attire is considered inappropriate
- Jeans will not be permitted on the courses or at the practice facilities – normal golfing arrite will always be required in these areas
- Smart trainers are permitted in the Clubhouse
- Shirts with collars and sleeves must be worn when playing the course, in the Clubhouse, or when practicing at the Academy. Shirts must be tucked into the waistband at all times.
- Tank tops, tee shirts, tracksuits, beach/swimwear, tennis dresses, or other athletic shorts are not permitted.
- Shorts are tailored , knee-length and worn with socks pulled up. Pop socks for men are not permitted.
Socks must be at least ankle length.
- No caps or hats of any kind are to be worn in the Clubhouse
- Golf shoes should be worn at all times whilst playing. Golf shoes may be worn in the Clubhouse Restaurant and Bar, provided they are not hard-spiked.
- Mobiles phone must be kept on silent and may be used to text/email only whilst in the Clubhouse or
on the terrace. Calls may be taken discreetly within the car park and courtyard areas.
- Mobile phones must be kept on silent on the golf course and practice areas. Their use should not
interfere with play or convenience other golfers.
- All members and visitors are expected to behave suitably and courteously at all times. Foul language
and unruly behaviour will not be tolerated.
- The Company retains the right to refuse permission to play or ask a player to leave the course if
he/she is not complying with the Club rules, is damaging the facilities or is playing to an adequate
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