Dress Code

On the golf courses

Smart clean conventional golf attire, which can be purchased from professional stores or specific golfing outlets, should be worn at all times on both courses.

Golf shoes should be worn on both courses at all times.

Recognised golf shirts which have 'turtle neck' or 'polo' collars are permitted.

Tailored knee length shorts are permitted.

Knee length or short sport socks which must cover the ankle are permitted, these must be either predominantly white or complimentary to the attire being worn.

No denim clothing or track suits should be worn on either course.

Please use the changing rooms (not the car parks) for changing your shoes and clothing.

Lounge, bar areas, dining room and terrace

Clean, smart casual dress must be worn at all times.
Ripped, frayed or stone washed jeans are not permitted.

Normal golf clothing as mentioned above is allowed, as long as it is not wet or muddy.

Waterproof golf clothing, caps and hats should not be worn inside the clubhouse.

Golf shoes are not permitted in the clubhouse.

No tracksuits should be worn. Sandals, loafers, and deck shoes are permitted with or without socks. Rubber flip flops and other beach wear are not permitted.

When formal lunches are not being served - the same casual, but smart dress for men and ladies, may be worn in the dining room.

When football or rugby events are being shown in the clubhouse, football and rugby shirts are permitted.


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