Dress Code

The 10th, a par three with some annoying bunkers!

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL MEMBERS TO MAINTAIN AND REINFORCE THE DRESS CODE

ON THE COURSE / PRACTICE AREA

Shirts should have a collar or roll neck and be worn inside the trousers or shorts. Jeans and cargo-type wear are not allowed. Shorts should be knee length and tailored. Socks can be trainer socks. Golf shoes must be worn - no trainers. 

IN THE CLUBHOUSE

Smart casual wear, including smart jeans, may be worn throughout the Clubhouse and patio area. Clothing must be clean and dry. Tracksuits, and t-shirts without collars are NOT allowed. Socks and shoes must always be worn - no sandals or 'flip-flops'. No waterproofs are to be worn in the clubhouse except in the changing areas. Clean golf shoes with 'soft-spikes' are allowed in the spike room and areas of wooden floors. Under no circumstances are golf shoes allowed on carpeted areas.

LADIES’ DRESS CODE

On the course dress should be smart golf attire, shorts and skirts should be of reasonable length, tops should be collared or high necked, golf shoes must be worn (not trainers), NO blue/washed denim jeans, track suits, baggy t-shirts, or sweatshirts with large logos. In the clubhouse smart casual wear is required. Waterproof clothing is NOT allowed inside the lounge/bar/dining room.

MOBILE PHONES

Are allowed for making calls in designated areas within the clubhouse. Texting and social media can be accessed providing the phone is on 'silent' mode. 

ANYONE NOT ADHERING TO THE ABOVE WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE COURSE OR CLUBHOUSE.

The Management Committee.