Dress Code

DRESS CODE

To encourage families, the dress code does not apply to children under 10 years of age.

Dress must be of an acceptable standard at all times.  Clothes worn on the Course should be specifically designed for the purpose of golf; everyone using the Clubhouse must be smartly and appropriately dressed at all times.  For the avoidance of doubt, any item of clothing displaying a football club badge, logo, emblem, motif or name is NOT considered appropriate dress.

Trousers and shorts must be of a tailored type.  The wearing of jeans or trousers of denim material, combat type garments, sport shorts, track and shell suits and beach or pool-side style flip-flops are not permitted in any area of the Clubhouse or the Course.

Shorts must be of knee length and be worn with sports socks which for the avoidance of doubt includes ‘trainer socks’.

Shirts must have a collar or be of a polo type or turtle neck.  Polo type shirts and turtle neck shirts must be designed and manufactured for the purpose of playing golf.

Proper golf shoes must be worn on the Course and on the practice putting green.

Soft spiked golf shoes may be worn within the Charlie Hunter Bar.  For the avoidance of doubt clean, flat soled golf shoes (not cleated or spiked) can be worn throughout the Clubhouse with the exception of the Tom Morris Room where they are NOT allowed.

Trainer-type shoes are now allowed throughout the clubhouse except The Tom Morris Room where they are strictly not allowed.

Clothing must not be hung over chairs in any public room.

Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests are aware of and adhere to the standard of dress specified above.

OUTERWEAR ETC

Grip bags and outdoor garments i.e. hats, rainwear, umbrellas, coats etc. must not be taken into any public room. Golf clubs must not be carried through the Clubhouse.