Members, their guests and other visitors to the Club should dress in casual but neat and tidy attire to complement the pleasant environment for golf and hospitality that the Club wishes to foster.
Whilst all dress possibilities cannot be precisely covered, enforcement of standards by management will give deference to currently accepted fashion and the guides below.
The Dress expectations differ from Course to Clubhouse.
The main differences being that denim clothing/jeans of any description and open toe styled shoes/thongs
are not permitted on the course.
Denim jeans may be worn in the Clubhouse but
must be of a consistent colour and of a clean/new appearance without excessive rips or patches.
* Shoes for Golf – Golf Shoes with soft spikes and/or moulded rubber soles are preferred for play.
Golf Shoes with metal spikes are not permitted. Socks (short or long) must be worn with golf shoes.
Runners may be worn but are not recommended
– runners must be of a clean/new appearance and must be worn with socks.
* In general, clothing should not contain large or excessive slogans or advertising.
* To avoid embarrassment, members should ensure that their guests are aware of our dress standards.
* Denim clothing/jeans of any description.
* Drawstring style shorts and pants.
* Athletic wear – running shorts, jerseys, T-shirts, garments with large advertisements, track pants.
* Beach wear – board shorts, singlets, bikini tops.
* Work wear – uniforms, tradesman style work wear, unclean, unkempt etc. work boots.
* Thongs of any description, open toe style shoes, slip-ons, slippers, loafers.
* Business socks – when worn with shorts (socks should be of sport type and co-ordinate with your general attire).
* Bare feet.
* Football shorts.
* Caps or Hats (Inside).
* With collar – should be of a nature designed for golf/sport.
* Without collar i.e. tailored neck, raised crew neck or mock turtleneck that clearly differentiates from a T-Shirt.
* Untucked shirts are allowed so long as general attire is still neat & tidy.
* Should generally be of a smart / tailored style – dress cargos, knee length casual shorts may be worn if designed
to be worn with a belt.
* Casual shoes of a leather/dress standard, deck shoes, sandals, open toed slip on styles and thongs may be worn
without socks in the Clubhouse & outdoor dining areas only.
* Runners may be worn but are not recommended for golf – runners must be of a clean/new appearance and must be
worn with socks.
* Socks worn with shorts should co-ordinate with your general attire
* Should be of a modest cut.
* Most styles of pants and shorts are acceptable. Again, a modest cut/not too short in either the waist or the leg.
Use the smart casual standard as a guide.
* Should be of a modest cut. It is preferred that thin strap style tops are not worn.
Bare midriff or tube tops should not be worn.
* Most styles of women’s shoes are acceptable. Use the smart casual standard as a guide.
Note: The General Manager and/or Staff Duty Manager reserves the right to determine acceptable dress and/or to alter
the above rules in relation to special occasions and for minors. The Head Professional and/or most Senior Pro Shop
Staff on duty also has this discretion in relation to on-course attire.
“We are a Members Club”.