Acceptable standards of Dress
Please check - Members are responsible for their guests. Organisers are similarly responsible for visitors within their party. We accept no responsibility should you or one of your party be asked to leave either the course or the clubhouse due to the wearing of inappropriate clothing
We know you wouldn't but against the image on the right to make sure you don't match any of the unacceptable dress!
ON THE COURSE:
ON THE COURSE:
Only smart apparel, including that which is normally available from our Professional shop, is acceptable on the course.
Blue denim wear, jeans, ‘T’ shirts, trainers, track suits, base layers when worn as outer clothing, and football/rugby shirts are not permitted.
Tailored shorts are allowed and should be worn with sports socks.
Beach shorts and ‘cargo/combat’ shorts with baggy (bulbous) side pockets are not deemed tailored
Trousers tucked into socks are not allowed on the course unless they are covered by waterproof trousers. Caps are not to be worn back to front.
IN THE CLUBHOUSE:
We have a relaxed approach to what is worn in the clubhouse. Members, guests and visitors can wear smart clean casual clothing unless a dress code is specified for an event.
Staff and officers of the club have discretion to refuse entry or service to anyone deemed to be wearing inappropriate, soiled, wet or dirty clothing.
Shorts are not permitted in the dining area after 19.30.
An area of the clubhouse lounge is designated as a spike bar and is identified by the brown coloured carpet. This is to enable members, guests and visitors wearing golf shoes to gain access to the bar and the coffee machine only.