On The Course

Appropriate golfing attire must be worn on the course and on the practice areas.

Trousers must be tailored.
Bermuda shorts are allowed, but must be accompanied by the wearing of socks.

Golfers must wear a collared shirt; mock neck or roll neck tops are also permitted.
Gentlemen must have their shirt tucked in at all times.
Ladies are allowed to wear a sleeveless top provided it has a collar.

Caps and visors are to be worn the right way round, peak to the front.

Golf shoes must be worn.  Only golf shoes with soft spikes are allowed.


- Shorts
- Faded garments, frayed or torn
- Tracksuits
- Attire with ostentatious logos or markings
- Collarless shirts
- Golf shoes with metal spikes.

In the Clubhouse

Golfers are expected to change from wet or soiled clothing.
Golf shoes and waterproofs are not permitted upstairs in the bar or the dining room.
Gentlemen must wear a collared shirt or polo, which must be tucked in at all times.
The wearing of headwear is not permitted upstairs in the clubhouse.

For Prize Giving:
Smart casual attire is required for all people attending a prize giving.
Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket. The competition sponsor or the sporting committee may request that a tie must also be worn.        

Mobile Phones      

The use of mobile phones is confined to the car park.

They should not be used in the clubhouse or on the course except in case of emergency and must be switched to silent mode.