Fashions change from time to time, but the principle is that clothes must be neat, clean and commensurate with that expected of a golf club. The General Manager maintains the flexibility to alter these rules for special occasions.
The Board will determine what is suitable attire and Board members, together with the General Manager, Club Professional and designated staff, will require compliance by a member or visitor where appropriate.
Members Bar, Sprig Bar, Dining Room and Terrace
Neat casual wear is acceptable, unless specified otherwise by Club Management.
Members and patrons attending the club and its facilities immediately after work are permitted to attend in their work attire where applicable.
External visiting patrons are expected to have casual wear in line with acceptable bistro/restaurant standards.
Dress on the Course
Men – Golf attire is expected to neat and tidy. No sports, gym or denim to be worn on course. Shirts must have a collar.
Women – Golf attire is expected to be neat and tidy. Shirts should preferably have a collar, abbreviated tops and jeans are not allowed.
Children – Children’s attire should at all times be neat and appropriate to their usage of the Club’s facilities.
Shoes – Golf shoes or runners must be worn. No metal Spikes.
You can download our full Dress Code Policy.