Dress Code

Members and Guests are respectfully asked to observe the Club's Dress Code.

On the Course

  • Recognised golf attire is required for all players, this includes golf branded roll neck tops and hoodies.
  • Sports shirts (such as football shirts, rugby shirts, T shirts) are not permitted
  • Trousers such as denim jeans, cargo pants, combat trousers or tracksuits are not acceptable
  • Golf shoes with spikes or dimples are required on the course
  • Hats, if worn, should not to be worn back-to-front
  • Appropriate golf socks, which if visible, are predominantly white in colour
  • Men’s shirts should be recognised golfing attire, with either long or short sleeves and a collar and are to be tucked in to trousers or shorts
  • Men’s shorts should be knee length and tailored  Ladies sleeveless shirts are permitted but must have a collar and may be worn outside shorts etc if so designed.
  • Ladies skorts, dresses, skirts and capri pants are permitted

On the Terrace and in the Clubhouse

Smart casual attire (which includes smart denim) is permitted at all times except when there is a specific dress code for a function.
Footwear must be worn in the Clubhouse. Men may wear closed-toe boat shoes or loafers without socks and smart, clean trainers are permitted.

The following are not permitted:

* Trousers such as cargo pants, combat trousers or tracksuits
* Beach style shorts
* T-shirts and team sports shirts, including rugby shirts
* Hats (allowed on terrace)
* Wet or muddy golf wear
* Golf shoes, including those with soft spikes (allowed on terrace)
* Flip Flops