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Dress Code & Etiquette

As our guest, we want you to enjoy a memorable golfing experience. We are a long-established private member’s club and, whilst our style is still traditional in many ways, it happily accommodates a modern country club approach.

We realise that dress codes vary from club to club, so to ensure you have an enjoyable, stress-free day please take note of the following guidelines.

  • Changing in the car park (including shoes) is not permitted.
  • The Pro Shop, office or bar will provide you with the access code for the visitors changing rooms
  • The clubhouse has every facility for changing and towels are provided for showers.

On the course:

  • Conventional golf attire is required for all players.
  • Sports shirts other than golfing attire (such as football shirts) are not permitted.
  • Trousers such as denim jeans, cargo pants, combat trousers or tracksuits are not acceptable.
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes are required on the course and allowed in the stud bar and on the balcony.

For Men

  • Shirts should be collared or roll neck.
  • All shirts are to be tucked-in to trousers or shorts.
  • Shorts should be knee length and tailored.
  • Ankle socks should be white, but knee-length socks may be any colour. 

For Ladies

  • Sleeveless shirts are permitted, but must have a collar.
  • Shirts (if so designed) may be worn outside shorts etc.
  • Skorts; skirts and capri pants are permitted.

In the Clubhouse:

  • The lounge bar and dining area both have a relaxed atmosphere, however please be aware that the rules regarding on-course attire still apply regarding shirts, trousers and shorts. Ladies may wear open-toed sandals, with or without socks.
  • The stud bar and balcony allows golf shoes to be worn. Open-toed sandals are permitted for men, however, unlike for ladies, they must be worn with socks! Men may wear boat shoes or loafers without socks. Beach-style sandals (flip-flops) are not permitted. 
  • Hats are not to be worn inside the clubhouse.

Course Etiquette

  • Please repair your pitch marks and replace fairway divots.
  • Please use the seed boxes to fill your divots on par three holes.
  • Keeping up with the game in front makes a good round for everyone. If you fall behind the pace please allow players through.
  • Four-balls should aim to play 18 holes in approximately 4 hours.

Clubhouse Etiquette

  • Wi-Fi is freely available, however the clubhouse is designated a “quiet zone”, so please switch your devices to silent and be thoughtful of others. Calls should be made or received outside of the clubhouse public areas.
  • Mobile phones may not be used on the golf course except in a medical emergency. Phones should be switched to “silent or vibrate” mode at all times.
  • The balcony follows the same dress code rules as the stud bar.
  • Whilst on the balcony please respect golfers playing the 18th especially when putting out.