Dress Code

On the course:

Appropriate golf wear must be worn on the course and on all practice areas.

Bermuda shorts are allowed but must always be worn showing socks.
Ladies’ skirts and bermuda shorts must be no shorter than 4 inches/10cm above the knee.

Only collared shirts or polos are allowed (mock or roll neck collars are also permitted).
Gentlemen must have their shirt tucked in at all times.
Ladies are allowed to wear a sleeveless top as long as it has a collar.

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

Appropriate golf shoes are compulsory, either with soft or no spikes.

Large tattoos (leg or arm covering) must be covered up.

Not permitted:


Faded, frayed or torn garments

Tracksuit bottoms

Ostentatious logos or markings

Collarless shirts

Golf shoes with metal spikes

In the Clubhouse

Golfers are expected to change out of wet or soiled clothing.
Golf shoes and waterproofs are not allowed in the bar or the restaurant

Gentlemen must wear a collared shirt or polo which must be tucked in at all times.

Only smart casual jeans (not frayed or torn) are allowed for both ladies and gentlemen.

Caps, visors or hats are not allowed in the bar or in the restaurant.

Large tattoos (leg or arm covering) must be covered up.

For Prize Givings:

The dress code for Prize Givings is Jacket & Tie for all who attend.
Gentlemen must always wear a collared shirt and jacket. On some occasions, at the discretion of the sporting committee or the sponsors, Jacket & Tie can be required.

Mobile Phones:

Mobile phones should always be switched to silent mode, be it on the golf course, on the practice areas and in the clubhouse.
Calls on the golf course are only allowed in case of emergency.
Calls must not be taken or made in the bar, in the restaurant or on the terrace.