Dress Regulations

Members and Visitors are required to conform to standards of dress both on the course and in the clubhouse.

Any Director, Clubhouse or Pro Shop staff member, has the power to refuse entry to any person (either on the golf course or in the clubhouse), who in their opinion is inappropriately dressed or fails to comply with the Dress Rules.

Clubhouse - All Members and Visitors


Neat, clean and tidy smart casual attire.

Clean covered footware, leather sandals with backstrap, ladies dress shoes.

Shirts and T shirts may be worn outside of shorts, trousers and jeans.

Unacceptable :

Ladies' and mens' leather or rubber thongs ( Exception : Children under the age of 12 )

Singlets, mens' sleeveless shirts, tracksuits, gym or training apparel ( Exception: special occasions, authorised exercise classes

Dirty or torn clothing, overalls or dirty / muddy work boots.

T shirts or shirts with offensive or inappropriate slogans or images.

Hats worn inside the clubhouse.


For the Golf Course



Regulation golf shirts, with fold over collar, must be tucked into shorts and trousers at all times.

Roll neck skivvies and designer turtle neck golf shirts are acceptable.

Regulation golf trousers and shorts with belt.

Regulation golf shoes with soft spikes.

Socks, short socks and sockettes must be predominately white.


Denim jeans, denim shorts and baggy cargo pants.



Dress must be to a standard set the by Lady Members' Committee.

Mid thigh length skirts / shorts / skorts / 3/4 or capri pants and tailored slacks.

Shirts and blouses with collars / turtlenecks with or without sleeves, shirts without collars, turtlenecks must have sleeves.

Regulation golf shoes with spikes.