Dress Code

Members and Visitors are required to conform to standards of dress both on the course and in the clubhouse.

Responsibility

Standard of dress and general appearance will, at all times, determine the privilege of Members and their guests to use the facilities of the Clubhouse and Course and shall be consistent with the dignity of the Club. It is the member's responsibility to comply with these regulations for themselves and their visitors.

All employees of the clubhouse and the Professional Shop have the responsibility to ensure all people comply with the dress and etiquette code prior to accessing the course or clubhouse.

All golfers including visitors must report to the Professional Shop prior to hitting off or using the practice facilities.


Trousers

   
 Acceptable

Pants Plus Fours
     
Unacceptable
Denim Cargo Elastic waist

Shirts

 Acceptable
Collar Mock
Turtleneck
Skivvy
Unacceptable
No Collar
Excessive
Logo
Hanging out

Shorts

Acceptable
Tailored Knee length
tailored up to
5cm below
knee
Unacceptable
Cargo
Too long
Elastic waist
Too short

Socks

Acceptable
Long
Plain
white
Club
logo
Anklettes
white
Unacceptable
Sockettes Striped
Other
logo
Coloured

Shoes

Acceptable
Soft Spike
Sport -
Golf Shoe
Unacceptable
Joggers
Boat Shoes
Sandals

Shoes & Accessories (Clubhouse)

Acceptable
Soft Spike Sport -
Golf Shoe
Boat/Street
Shoes
Unacceptable
Sandals
No socks

Joggers

 
  Hat/Cap Mobile Phone

Mobile Phones

The use of mobile phones is restricted to the carpark only. Use of mobile phones on the practise greens, outside the professional shop, at the halfway house and in the clubhouse is NOT acceptable.

The dress code can be downloaded by clicking on the following link: