DRESS CODE

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On Course

Players must be smartly dressed when on the course, therefore appropriate golf clothing and footwear must be worn at all times. This includes the putting and chipping areas and the practice range.

Shirts must be tucked into trousers on the course.

Appropriate tailored shirts may be worn outside of the trousers by ladies only if they have been designed to do so.

Collarless shirts designed specially for golf may be worn.

Shorts must be tailored and should be worn with predominantly white sport socks of any length.

Outdoor clothing and golf shoes may only be worn in specified areas of the Clubhouse.

Ladies are permitted to wear capped or sleeveless tee shirts.

the following items of clothing MUST NOT be worn on the golf course – blue denim clothing, cargo and combat trousers, football or beach shorts, track or shell suits, vests, hooded tops and football or rugby style shirts. Headwear should be worn in the appropriate manner i.e. not back to front.

Everyone is requested to put mobile phones ‘on silent’ in the clubhouse and respect the rights of others to quiet enjoyment of the club.

Clubhouse

Any smart or smart casual clean clothing is acceptable (including denims and trainers). No need to tuck shirts in or to wear socks with sandals. Please remove your hat before entering the clubhouse. Work attire that does not at least conform to smart casual should not be worn in the Lounge Area.

Everyone is requested to put mobile phones ‘on silent’ in the clubhouse and respect the rights of others to quiet enjoyment of the club.

The club retains the right, at their discretion, to ask anyone wearing clothing deemed unacceptable to leave the clubhouse or the course.

Secretary (Malcolm Huddlestone)
01977 792241

Catering (Ron and Jackie Paul)
01977 792241

Professional (Ian Marshall)
01977 706806

The Place to Play Golf

VAT Number - 181704959

Company Number - 10409124