Dress Code

The general principle is that visitors and members shall conform to the best of golf standards both on and off the course. 

On the course golf shoes are to be worn; tailored shorts may be worn, preferably with single colour knee length socks, although shorter length socks are also acceptable. Shirts are to be tucked in.

Smart casual wear is allowed in all rooms with the exception of the Vardon Room and Dining Room where after 11.30 am we request that gentlemen wear Jacket & Tie and Ladies are dressed to an equivalent level of smart attire.  Shorts are not permitted in the Vardon Room or Dining Room after 11.30 am. Shoes worn on the course are not to be worn in the Clubhouse.  Waterproof clothing is not suitable in the Clubhouse apart from in the changing areas.  Hats are not to be worn in the Clubhouse.

Jeans, tracksuits, T-shirts, hoodies, combat/cargo shorts and training shoes/sneakers are not appropriate either on the course or in the clubhouse.

Electronic Devices

Mobile phones, tablets, radios and other electronic/smart devices should be kept on silent at all times, and not used for watching moving pictures.  Phone calls may not be made or received in the Clubhouse, on the terrace, course or practice areas, except in case of emergency.  The use of electronic devices is generally discouraged but they may be used discreetly for texts and data.

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