Dress Code

As with most members clubs, members and guests are requested to observe the following key elements of our dress code. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate in contacting us on 01252 844211.

On the Course

Collared shirts, tucked in. Tailored trousers, including chinos or tailored shorts. Predominantly white sports socks or white trainer socks may be worn, business socks are not acceptable. Golf shoes must be worn and trainers are NOT permitted. Caps must have the peaks facing forwards. Mobile phones should be turned off.

The Clubhouse

Smart casual attire is acceptable unless otherwise directed for special events. Shorts may be worn in the lounge or dining room until dusk. Smart, clean jeans with no rips, tears or artificial bleaching may be worn in the clubhouse. Clean golf shoes may only be worn in the spike bar area. Clean shoes, smart casual footwear including trainers (not golf shoes) may be worn in the Clubhouse and all hats should be removed.

We ask that mobile phones are on silent or switched off and used outside for calls. The clubhouse is a place for people to relax and socialise, loud ring tones and talking on phones is not seen as social. We recognise that these devices are sometimes used silently for internet access, diary management etc and this is permitted.

Mobile Phones

Should be switched off or to silent at all times and must not be used for calls on the course or in the clubhouse except in an emergency.