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Dress Code

We are a progressive, modern and inclusive golf club but the traditions of golf remains important to us. A reasonable standard of dress is required at all times and our dress code has been put in place to reflect this.

Members and Visitors alike are required to adhere and support the dress code policy. Dress code on the golf course for players and their caddies means standard appropriate golf attire.

On the Course

  • The guideline is that any recognised golfing apparel that can be purchased from a professional golf retail outlet is acceptable.
  • Proper footwear that has been specifically designed for golf must be worn on the course.
  • No denim jeans, football, rugby tops, singlets, cargo shorts or large sporting logos on attire.
  • Recognised golf shirts and tops must be worn. Shirts must be tucked in on the course.
  • Peaked caps must be worn with the peak facing forward.

Please note, failure to comply with any of the above may lead to removal from the course.

Clubhouse, Lounge & Bar Areas

  • When using the clubhouse bar and lounge area, we would ask everyone to respect those around them and maintain a smart level of dress.
  • Any smart casual clothing, including smart denim (ie not ripped, cut-off, frayed or distressed) is acceptable in the club house although no flip-flops / sliders, singlets, beach style shorts and football shirts please.
  • We kindly ask that you please change out of any dirty or wet clothing before entering the clubhouse, bar and lounge areas.
  • Rain gear is not permitted in the clubhouse.
  • Footwear must be always worn in the club house/patio and walking around in socks or bare feet is not permitted.
  • Clean golf shoes are allowed in the Henry Howell bar and main corridors but not in the lounge.
  • The interpretation of the dress code lies with the management of the Golf Club. Their decision of whether the person meets the required standard of dress will be final.

Club members who are seen not to follow the Club’s policy will, in the first instance, be advised of the current dress code

Mobile Phones & Electrical Devices

All golfers are advised to carry a mobile phone whilst on the golf course, however, they should only be used when consulting the R&A App for the Rules of Golf or in emergency situations and must remain in silent mode.

The use of electronic devices is permitted in all areas of the Clubhouse, but we ask that they are in silent mode and users consider taking calls outside of the Bar and lounge areas for the benefit of other patrons.