Appropriate golf sportswear is considered minimum attire. Members must ensure that they, their families and guests are dressed presentably both on the golf course and in the clubhouse. Guests should be advised prior to their arrival regarding proper attire.

  • Golf Attire
  • Club House

Male

Appropriate golf attire for men includes slacks or tailored shorts. Collared shirts, turtle necks or mock turtle necks must be tucked in. Rainwear, jackets, hats and other clothing to deal with the elements are also acceptable.

Female

Appropriate golf attire for females includes dresses, slacks, skirts or tailored shorts. Midriffs are not to be exposed. Collared shirts, blouses, turtle necks or mock turtle necks; as well as rainwear, jackets, hats, and other clothing to deal with the elements are also acceptable.

We understand the club house is a place of social gathering which invites many different styles of dress whether for dinner or cocktail parties. Appropriate sportswear or evening wear is expected. Sun dresses and casual cocktail dresses are allowed both in the club house and deck areas.

Denim may be worn in the Clubhouse and on the patios. They must not be ripped, torn, tattered, faded and or otherwise in poor or worn-out condition. Denim may not be worn on the Golf Course, Putting Greens or any practice facility.

Fashionable shirts may be untucked in the Clubhouse and on the decks.

For children of pre-school age (4 years and under) this dress code policy will not be strictly enforced. However, the Board encourages members to have their children comply at all times.

The following attire is considered inappropriate:

  • Clothing that is frayed, tattered, and/or otherwise in poor or worn-out condition
  • Cargo pants/shorts, or cut-offs
  • Clothing bearing large numbers, offensive slogans and/or illustrations