Dress Code


Golf attire should be neat, tailored and consistent with the standards of the Club and tradition of the game of golf.

The Pro Shop is well stocked with suitable clothing and any inadvertent errors may be quickly and easily corrected.


Gentlemen and Junior Boys


  1. Golf shirts must have a collar or must be a recognized golf shirt design, e.g. mock turtle or turtleneck.
  2. Shirts must be tucked into trousers.
  3. Tailored trousers or shorts are required.  The following are not permitted:
    • Rugby pants
    • Sweat pants
    • Cargo pants or shorts
    • Blue jeans or denim pants or shorts
  4. Golf shorts are permitted provided that they are tailored and knee length (Bermuda length). Jamaica length and tennis shorts are not permitted.
  5. With shorts, only the following socks are permitted and are available in the Pro Shop: a) Proper knee length Bermuda socks with a turned down cuff b) Ankle socks or sockettes
  6. Closed toed sandals or deck shoes may be worn on the lawn with or without socks.  Socks are required in the formal areas of the Clubhouse.
  7. Hats must be worn with the peak facing frontward. Hats are not to be worn in the Clubhouse.
  8. Any logos or advertising must be golf related.
  9. Metal spiked golf shoes and golf sandals are not permitted.
Players and guests are required to change into golf attire in the Locker Room or Tee House.

Women and Junior Girls


  1. Sleeveless tops are permitted provided they have a collar and conversely, any top worn without a collar must have sleeves. Tank, tube, crop and halter tops are not permitted.
  2. Tops must be tucked in except those with banded bottoms.
  3. Conservative tailored golf skirts, shorts or pants (including Capri-length) are appropriate. Short skirts or shorts (e.g. tennis length) are not permitted.
  4. Jeans, cargo, rugby, sweat and spandex pants/shorts are not permitted.
  5. Golf socks must be worn.
  6. Caps and visors are not to be worn backwards.
  7. Any logos or advertising must be golf related.
  8. Metal spiked golf shoes and golf sandals are not permitted.

Clubhouse Attire


  1. ​Golf attire may not be worn in the formal areas of the Club (Drawing Room, Dining Room and Trophy Room) after 6:00 p.m.
  2. For private parties in the Dining Room and Trophy Room, men are required to wear a jacket.
  3. All players are requested to inform their guests of the Club Dress Code.