On the Course
Only recognisable golf attire (similar to items that would be sold in the pro shop) is allowed on the course. For example, we don’t sell shorts with patch pockets, hooded sweat shirts or football\rugby shirts. Where shorts (or additionally skirts for Ladies) are worn these should be tailored and accompanied by either knee length socks, or short socks that are predominantly white in colour (or colour co-ordinated for Ladies). It is expected that shirts worn by Men will be “tucked in” at all times.
If you are in doubt please ask in the pro shop before playing
In the Clubhouse
Our policy is smart casual. A smart pair of jeans, or trainers, are therefore allowed, but we do not consider Men’s collarless shirts, hoodies, ripped jeans, sweat pants or any form of beachwear, including rubber flip-flops, to be appropriate. Shirts do not need to be “tucked in”, if designed to be worn in this fashion. Shoes or sandals should be worn at all times. No headwear is to be worn in the clubhouse at any time.
We allow soft spiked golf shoes to be worn in the clubhouse during the summer months, but we prefer you to change your golf shoes after playing, especially when the conditions are wet. Regardless of the dress code we only permit clean and dry footwear in the clubhouse. Wet or muddy shoes MUST be changed.
There will be occasions when the dress code for certain events differs from the above, but those attending will be advised.
If you are in doubt please ask the bar manager