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All Members and guests are expected to be neat, well-groomed and wearing clothing appropriate for the activity in which they are participating. Maintaining an environment appropriate for a country club is part of our tradition at Porter Valley. Members and guests should use common sense and err on the side of propriety when considering dress options. We reserve the right to deny access to anyone improperly dressed and appreciate your cooperation.

Please note: Cell phones are not allowed anywhere in the Club or outside patios. Cell phones are permitted in the locker rooms and parking lot.

Clubhouse (country club attire)

  1. Bathing suits, undershirts, t-shirts, tank tops (men), halter-tops, denim, short shorts and athletic wear are not considered proper clubhouse attire.
  2. Bare feet and stocking feet are not permitted in the clubhouse.
  3. Spiked golf shoes are not permitted in the clubhouse at any time.
  4. No baggy clothing (over-length, low crotch baggy trousers or shorts).
  5. Hats and visors must be worn in a forward position.

Dining Room – Pinehurst & Homestead Dining Rooms

Please dress according to proper Country Club Attire.

  1. Ladies – No denim, shorts of any kind or athletic wear.
  2. Gentlemen – No hats, denim, shorts of any kind or athletic wear. Slacks and collared shirts are appropriate, as is resort wear.
  3. Juniors – No denim, shorts or athletic wear.
  4. Proper golf attire permitted at golf-related events only.

Member's Grille

Casual attire is allowed, including denim, golf shoes, golf attire and tennis attire. Swimsuits are not permitted without a cover-up. No tank tops. It is requested that gentlemen remove their hats or caps when seated in the building. On occasions when the Grille is used for full dining service, clubhouse attire is suggested.

Golf

Golf attire and golf shoes are required while playing or practicing. No denim is allowed, regardless of color. Golf shoes must have soft spikes only, year-round.

Ladies – Women’s shirts must have a collar and be tasteful and in accordance with proper golf attire. The shirt can have a collar with no sleeves, sleeves with no collar or sleeves and collar. No tank, halter or crop tops. Shorts and skirts must reach mid-thigh and have a 16-inch outer seam. No short shorts.

Gentlemen – Shirts must have a collar and sleeves. Mock turtleneck shirts are permitted. Turtleneck must be at least 1.5 inches. It is requested that shirts be tucked in. Golf shorts must have a minimum of a 16" outer seam. Hats and visors must be worn in a forward position. No baggy clothing (over-length, low crotch baggy trousers or shorts).

Juniors must comply with golf attire dress code.

Tennis

Proper tennis attire is required when playing or practicing.

Ladies – Please wear dresses or shorts, non-marking tennis shoes and appropriate tops. No halter-tops, denim or stretch pants.

Gentlemen – Please wear a shirt, shorts or slacks and non-marking tennis shoes. No tank tops, denim or graphic t-shirts.

Public Areas – Casual attire is allowed, including denim, golf shoes, golf attire and tennis attire. Public areas of the Club include the lobby, golf and tennis shops, Member’s Grille and patio, tennis patio, pool deck, hallways and the men’s and ladies’ locker rooms.

Denim is allowed in the above-noted area of the Club as long as the denim wear meets the following standards: No holes, rips or tears; no baggy jeans; no visible undergarments; no overalls; and no cutoff jean shorts.

Pool

Appropriate swim attire is required. No cutoffs, denim in the pool or thong-type swimwear.