Members, their guests, and visitors are requested to maintain a reasonable standard of dress at all times. We want you to enjoy the course and the clubhouse in a relaxed and friendly environment, but we do ask you to respect our dress code to avoid embarrassment for all concerned.
On the Course
We recognise that fashion changes very quickly and our current guideline is that any recognised golf clothing, as can be purchased from a designated golf retail outlet, is acceptable. Golf shoes and socks must be worn.
In the Clubhouse
Dress in the clubhouse should be recognised golf clothing or smart casual clothes (including smart denim). Wet, muddy or dirty clothing is not allowed at any time.
Golf shoes with spikes or studs are not allowed in the lounge and dining room but clean trainers and modern spike-less golf shoes are acceptable. Hats and caps should be removed in the bar, lounge and dining room.
Dress code for club social events and private functions should be discussed and agreed in advance with the Clubhouse Manager.
Phone calls should not be made or taken in the lounge or dining room and mobile phones should be switched off or changed to silent/vibrate mode. On the course, phones should only be used in emergencies.
Players must have their own set of clubs.
Visitors must be able to produce their green fee ticket.
Notices regulating the use and movement of trolleys and buggies should be strictly observed.
Thank you for your co-operation