ll members and visitors are reminded that they are responsible for abiding by the required standards of dress and behaviour.
Smart golfing attire is required for all players on and off the Course.
On the Course and in the Clubhouse
Denim clothing, T- shirts, rugby / football shirts, training shoes, tracksuits, cargo trousers and cargo shorts are not an acceptable standard of dress.
Shirts should be sleeved and have an attached collar or roll- neck collar and must be tucked in at the waist at all times.
Tailored shorts may be worn as an alternative to tailored trousers. Socks, long or short, should be of predominantly one colour preferably white.
Headwear shall only be worn outside. Peaked headwear must always be worn with the peak to the front and not back-to-front.
No form of headgear is allowed in the clubhouse.
Proprietary golf shoes must be worn on the course, preferably with soft spikes or soft moulded soles.
Supplementary Ladies Dress Code
Sleeveless shirts with a collar, tailored or cropped trousers and tailored shorts are acceptable.
Ladies shirts worn outside the waist are acceptable.
Coordinated coloured socks are acceptable.
Brief shorts and sun tops are not acceptable on the course or in the clubhouse.
Smart sandals are acceptable in the clubhouse.
Supplementary Code in the Clubhouse
Smart jeans are permitted in the clubhouse.
Golf shoes, waterproofs and headgear may be worn in the locker rooms.
Deck shoes without socks are permitted in the clubhouse.