Club membership is a privilege and consideration for other members is vital for harmony in a successful club.
Members are therefore expected, at all times, to maintain their dress and appearance in a manner that contributes to this harmony. The dress code lays out the minimum standard expected of members and their guests to achieve this. Please remember that contravention of the code makes other members uncomfortable and should be avoided.
It is the responsibility of members to ensure that their visitors are aware of and comply with these dress standards.
The following dress rules apply:
Course – Tailored shorts and trousers. If shorts are worn socks must be plain white or white with club logo. Shirts with minimum logo only, must have collars and be tucked in.
Clubhouse – Smart casual wear is acceptable in the Lower Bar and outdoor areas. This includes denim jeans, shirts not tucked in and boat shoes without socks. Cargo shorts and thongs style shoes of any kind are not permitted. Caps and hats may not be worn inside the Clubhouse.
Dining Room – Tailored trousers and a tailored shirt with a collar. Jackets preferred. Denim of any kind is not permitted.
T-Shirts – Are not permitted on the golf course or any part of the Club grounds.
Course – Recognised golf attire, in keeping with that designed as golf wear, such as is stocked by club professionals and golf wear retailers, is acceptable on the golf course. The length of shorts and skirts should be at least mid thigh. Tops must have a collar and be tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn out. Fitted style collared shirts should be no more than 10cm below the belt line.
The following attire is unacceptable: singlet tops and shirts without collars, denim (irrespective of colour), any jeans-style or pants with rivets, drawstring pants, stirrup pants, leggings, cargo style pants or tracksuits.
Clubhouse – Smart casual wear is acceptable in the Lower Bar and outdoor areas. This includes denim. Caps and hats may not be worn inside the Clubhouse. Thongs style shoes of any kind are not permitted. Sandals with heel straps are acceptable.
Dining Room – Elegant attire. Denim of any kind is not permitted.
Special Functions – Members will be advised of appropriate dress for special functions.
Metal Spikes – Not accepted on the Course or in the Clubhouse.
Tennis and Squash – Recognised tennis and squash attire must be worn.
Bowls – Creams or whites for Open Days and interclub matches. At other times the Clubhouse dress rules (see above) apply.