Golf shirts must have collars, with either long or short sleeves. Golf attire with the semi collar is also permitted. Rugby/football shirts or shirts with slogans, numbers or illustrations on apparel that are not golf-related are not permitted. Golf Shirts must be tucked in trousers or shorts unless designed not to be. Collarless shirts, such as t-shirts are not permitted.
Must be tailored and appropriate for golf. All types or colour of denim, camouflage-style trousers, combat trousers, cut-offs or tracksuits are not permitted.
Tailored shorts and shorts designed for golf are permitted. Short shorts, training shorts, cargo shorts, shorts with non-golf logos and athletic shorts are not permitted.
Knee-length and short socks of any single colour are permitted. Ankle socks are also permitted but must be visible above the shoe.
Shoes designed for playing golf only are permitted. Hard and soft spikes are both permitted. Golfers are not permitted to wear training shoes on the course.
Caps and hats
Traditional golf caps, hats and visors are allowed on the course. If a hat has a peak this must be worn at the front. Golf winter hats are permitted.
Collarless shirts/tops must have sleeves and sleeveless shirts/tops must have collars and must have a modest neckline. Halter-neck tops are not permitted. Golf shirts designed to lay over bottom garments are permitted. Trousers, tailored shorts, golf skirts and culottes are permitted.
The same dress code principles apply to juniors however exceptions may be allowed during junior coaching sessions. Exceptions will be communicated by the coach.
Golf course attire as described in the “Golf Course Dress Code” is permitted in the clubhouse.
Smart trainers, sandals (with full foot support) and smart leisure shoes are permitted with or without socks. Flip flops are not permitted.
Caps and Hats
Caps and hats are not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse.
Denim jeans are allowed in the clubhouse but must be smart with no holes or logos.
Shirts must have a collar and be tucked into trousers or shorts.
The dress code for each event will be specified. The dress code maybe relaxed for specific functions with the management committees approval and permission.
Outdoor Wear and Work Wear
Outdoor wear such as hats, coats and hoodies are not permitted. Work wear is not permitted in the clubhouse unless it relates to performing Club business.
- These rules apply to all golfers, as well as caddies and visitors accompanying golfers. Persons not properly dressed will be denied access to the golf course and clubhouse.
- The dress code will be strictly enforced at all times.
- Golfers and visitors who are uncooperative will be asked to leave the golf club.
- Members who are abusive to staff will face disciplinary action as presented in the club members disciplinary procedures