DRESS CODE

 
Dress Code adherence is an important component of the private country club experience. Proper attire is expected to be worn by members and guests at all times.  It is the member’s or the sponsoring organization’s responsibility to ensure the guests’ compliance with the dress code.
 

  • No sweat suits at any time within the clubhouse or the golf course.

  • Full length pants, jeans and denim-like material clothing are permitted in the clubhouse, dining areas and patio if they are clean, in good repair and are tasteful in appearance.  Any clothing that has holes, rips, stains or patches will not be allowed. Denim is not permitted on the golf course.

  • Cargo pants are not allowed.  Cargo pants are defined as shorts or full length trousers that have Velcro-type or button-type flap pockets that are located on the side of the pant leg.

  • Shorts must be Bermuda-style.  Short shorts, spandex shorts or tennis shorts, blue jean shorts or cut-offs are not permitted.

  • Men should have full-length shirts with collars or turtleneck shirts that are tucked in neatly at all times, provided, however, collared, tropical style, full button-front casual shirts that are designed to be worn untucked, may be worn outside pants in the clubhouse or on the patio. This does NOT include golf or polo shirts. Under no circumstances may shirts be worn untucked on the golf course, range or practice areas.

  • Mock turtlenecks are permitted to be worn on the golf course as well as in the clubhouse.  Please note that these must be the extended version of this type of shirt and are not to be T-Shirts.

  • Footwear:  Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times anywhere on club property, including the clubhouse and golf course.

  • Golf/baseball hats must be removed in all dining areas with the exception of the bar and patio.  They must be worn forward and it is expected that they not be placed on the table while dining.

  • Ladies’ shirts may be collarless.  At no time:  T-Shirts, tank tops or scoop necks.  Shirts are to be full length, properly tucked in with no mid-riff showing.  Mini-skirts are not allowed.


Appropriate golf attire is permitted in the dining room with the exception of formal events that would require normal attire.  The Club prides itself on pleasing the majority of the membership and their guests.  It is therefore assumed that each member or sponsor complies with the above guidelines.