Dress Code

In the Clubhouse (including the outdoor terrace):
  
Smart, clean and dry casual and golf clothing is allowed in all Clubhouse rooms, except the Snug and Dining Room.
In the Snug Gentlemen must wear a jacket and tie.
In the Dining Room, Gentlemen should wear a jacket and tie for formal Club dinners, Club matches etc. For less formal events, such as meals after mixed competitions, Sunday lunches etc. Gentlemen should wear a jacket with tie optional.
During the playing season (1st April to 31st October) clean, dry soft-spike and spikeless golf shoes are permitted in the mixed lounge/bar area. Golf shoes are not permitted anywhere else in the Clubhouse (besides the changing rooms).
Gentlemen should wear socks at all times unless wearing "loafer" style shoes in the Clubhouse and/or on the terrace. Please note that flip flops and sandals ARE NOT permitted. 
“Cargo-style” trousers and shorts, tracksuits, gym wear, and trainer shoes are not allowed anywhere in the Club. 
Gentlemen should remove headwear of any type when indoors.
Ladies may wear casual clothing in all rooms. 

On the Course, Putting Green & Practice Ground:

Golf attire to be worn at all times.
Gentlemen should wear collared shirts (tucked into the trousers/shorts).
Shorts if worn should be tailored, knee length and may be worn with short white ankle sport socks (including trainer liner socks) or knee length hose.
Golf shoes must be worn and metal-spikes are recommended during winter months for safety reasons.

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