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.