The Dress Code
The following rules are intended to guide Members and visitors. Club staff and Course Marshals are authorised to approach Members and visitors if the dress regulations are not being adhered to. A reasonable standard of dress is required at all times.
The following types of attire are ACCEPTABLE:
- Collared Shirts, which are tucked in at waist.
- If caps are worn on the course, the peak must be to the front.
- Tailored shorts with white ankle socks (Must be clearly visible above the ankle bone).
- Plus-two or Plus-four style of trousers, with long stocks.
The following types of attire are UNACCEPTABLE:
- Training shoes, flip flops or sandals. Shoe liner style socks.
- Track, shell or jump suits, leggings or football/rugby shirts (or similar).
- Jeans or cargo pants with patch pockets and/or studs. Sports, cargo or beach shorts.
- Trousers bottoms tucked into socks.
- Collarless or sleeveless T-shirts.
- Caps, Hats and outdoor wear in clubhouse.
Caps (& hats) must be removed. Outdoor clothing, golfing outerwear (waterproofs & windproofs) and golf shoes must not be worn in the Clubhouse, apart from in the locker rooms. Wet and/or soiled clothing may not be worn in the Lounge, Dining Room or Bar areas.
Smart relaxed dress is permissible until 3.00 pm on weekdays. At all other times Gentlemen must wear a Jacket with collar and tie or cravats (except boys under 15) and Ladies should be attired in a manner commensurate with that of the Gentlemen.
Smart relaxed dress is permissible in these rooms at all times during the summer except on Saturdays from 7pm. At other times or when attending official meetings, AGMs, EGMs or prize presentations Gentlemen must wear a jacket, collar and tie and Ladies should be attired in a manner commensurate with that of the Gentlemen.
Smart casual dress is permissible in these rooms at all times. Golf shoes are permitted in the Mackenzie Room but only for the purpose of purchasing refreshments from the 18th terrace.
Mobile Phones & Electronic Devices
Mobile phones may only be used on the golf course in emergency situations and must remain turned off at all other times. Inside the clubhouse it is permissible to use a PDA discreetly for sole purpose of checking of electronic diaries; however they must always remain in silent mode. The use of a mobile phone for any other purpose is reserved to the car park.
The use of Laptops and tablets is permitted in all areas of the Clubhouse save the Dining Room, but must remain in silent mode.