We trust our guests and members to dress appropriately for a golf club and, as such, we no longer have a rigid dress code. However, the guidance below should help you determine what is appropriate.
Appropriate golf attire or smart casual wear
Deck shoes, sandals (with or without socks) and trainers
Denim trousers/skirts and shirts
Hats (apart from religious observance)
Golf shoes of any description in the main dining area
Tracksuits or torn jeans
Beach or athletics/football shorts
Vests, athletic or sports shirts
Plastic or rubber flip flops
Smart, recognised golf attire
Smart, golf shorts must be accompanied by the wearing of white ankle/trainer/sport socks which are acceptable for both ladies and gentlemen
Trousers not to be tucked into socks except when wearing waterproofs
Mens shirts should be worn inside trousers/shorts
Golf shoes must be worn by players at all times
Golf headgear must be worn correctly with the peak to the front
No denim, t-shirts or vests
No walking shoes or flip flops
No track/leisure suits, beach or combat shorts
Players must wear conventional golf shoes on the course at all times. We recommend a ‘soft spike’ shoe policy from 1 April - 31 October. Spectators may wear suitable flat shoes on the course including training shoes.
All devices must be on silent. Mobile phones may be used on the course in emergency situations only.