Members' Guests and Visitors are expected to be suitably attired in smart golf or casual clothing as a minimum which excludes the following:-
- Denim Jeans and cargo shorts or trousers
- Other denim clothing, t-shirts and non-golfing sports clothes
- Trainers and Gentlemen’s sandals
On the Golf Course
Gentlemen: - Long trousers or shorts must be tailored. Shorts may be worn with knee length socks of a single colour or short golf socks predominately white in colour and of ankle height. Shirts are to be collared, roll neck or turtleneck, specifically tailored for golf and always tucked in.
Ladies: - Trousers, shorts, skirts or culottes must be tailored with shirts and blouses specifically tailored for golf. Golf socks may be of anklet or ankle height predominantly white in colour.
Spiked or rubber soled golf shoes must be worn on the course and practice facilities.
Using the Clubhouse Bar, Lounge, Restaurant and Patio
Players may relax in the bar, lounge, restaurant and patio areas without the need to change from golf clothing. In winter or inclement weather conditions players must change from dirty or wet clothing before entering the clubhouse. Windproofs, rainwear, overcoats and headwear (except for ladies’ formal hats) must be removed in the locker rooms or before entering the clubhouse.
Players must change into day shoes or smart casual shoes, however socks are not mandatory.
Golf shoes, having first been cleaned, may be worn on the patio, and during summer months for gaining access from the patio to the bar using the designated mats provided.
Society and Golf Days using the Restaurant
If a golf day is playing more than one round, players may remain in clean golf clothing between rounds for lunch. Shoes must be changed. After golf the Club requests players change from golf attire into smart casual clothes when using the restaurant (a tailored shirt with or without a jacket or jumper as the individual is comfortable). In the evening gentlemen are requested to wear jacket & tie. Ladies should dress to a comparable standard.
Children under 10 are given exemption, although they are expected to be smartly dressed.
Use of Mobile Phones
The use of mobile phones is not permitted inside the clubhouse, on the patio or golf course, except for cases of health and safety emergencies. Devices on silent mode may be used for retrieving data but audible messages and calls may only be made or received from within the confines of the car park.