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Visitors & Societies

Dress

 

 

On the Course - Men

Recognised golfing attire must be worn together with golf shoes.

Tailored knee length shorts are permitted and shirts must be tucked in at all times.

Jeans, tracksuits, beach shorts/trousers and trainers are not permitted on the course although trainers can be worn by U16’s.

If a member is signing in a guest they are responsible for the guest and ensuring that they are aware of the dress code.

On the Course – Ladies

Recognised golfing attire must be worn together with golf shoes.

Tops which are designed to be worn untucked are acceptable on the course

Jeans, tracksuits, beach shorts/trousers and trainers are not permitted on the course although trainers can be worn by U16’s.

If a member is signing in a guest they are responsible for the guest and ensuring that they are aware of the dress code.

In the Clubhouse

We have a relaxed, smart casual dress policy in the Clubhouse. Smart jeans are welcome as much as jacket and tie, shirts that are designed to worn untucked are acceptable. Ripped or dirty jeans, track suits, beachwear, waterproofs, football/rugby shirts and visors and caps are not permitted. Spiked/cleated golf shoes are not permitted but clean, dimpled golf shoes as well trainer type shoes are allowed. In the summer months it is also acceptable for men to wear open toe sandal type shoes without socks.

The Club staff reserve the right to ask any member or guest, who isn’t appropriately dressed to leave the Course/Clubhouse.

Mobile phones and other mobile devices can be used in the Clubhouse to access the Club’s WIFI network but they should be switched to silent and all times and should not be used for calls in the bar and restaurant areas.

Any hirer of the Club’s facilities will be made aware of the dress regulation at the time of booking and will be included in the booking agreement and will accept to make all guests aware of the dress code and the regulations with regard to mobile phones.

 

 

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