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All Members should know the dress code of the Club as established by the Board of Governors. It is the responsibility of the Member to inform their guests of the dress code. Appropriate country club attire is required throughout the Club, on the golf course, tennis courts, at the pool and on the grounds. The dress code also applies to children.

In the clubhouse

Gentlemen may wear collared shirts, turtlenecks, knit sweaters or golf shirts with collars. Banded-collar shirts, crew-neck designer shirts and mock turtlenecks are also allowed. Shirts must be neatly tucked into tailored trousers, khakis or Bermuda-length shorts. Ladies may wear blouses, sweaters, golf shirts or sleeveless shirts with collars. Women’s tops must be neatly tucked into tailored skirts, skorts, slacks or Bermuda-length shorts. The only exception to shirts being tucked in are shirts that are clearly designed to be worn out, such as Tommy Bahama Hawaiian-styles or ribbed-bottom shirts. Long-sleeve golf sweater-shirts may be worn out if they are worn over another shirt.

Denim blue jeans are NOT permitted anytime before 5pm or upstairs on Saturday or Sunday.  Therefore, denim is allowed down in Arnie's every day of the week after 5pm and upstairs on the weekdays after 5pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday).  A denim jacket on a lady is allowed and a denim skirt or dress is allowed as long as it is not cut-off or ragged. Levi’s that are not denim blue jeans are allowed, but they must be neat. Short shorts (less in length than fingers by your side), cutoffs, T-shirts, halter-tops or sleeveless tops without collars (tube or tank tops) are not allowed in the clubhouse. However, a sleeveless shirt that is part of an outfit is fine as long as it does not bare any midriff or is unreasonably low cut (e.g., a spaghetti strap top is okay as a part of an outfit). A sundress with spaghetti straps is fine, if it is a conservative cut. 

Hats are not allowed in the Grille. Hats are allowed in Arnie’s Tavern, but must be worn bill forward. Tennis skirts and attire are allowed in Arnie’s and on the clubhouse decks for dining, except for T-shirts. Tennis attire is not appropriate in the Grille, main dining room or private dining rooms.

Proper athletic clothing is permitted in the locker rooms and fitness center, but an appropriate warm-up should be worn when traveling to/from these areas.

On the golf course

Proper golf attire must be worn at the practice facilities, driving range and while playing on the golf course at all times. Gentlemen may wear turtlenecks, mock turtlenecks, knit sweaters or golf shirts with collars. Shirts must be neatly tucked into slacks or Bermuda-length shorts. Ladies may wear blouses, turtlenecks, mock turtlenecks, knit sweaters, golf shirts or sleeveless shirts with collars. Women’s tops must be neatly tucked into tailored skirts, skorts, slacks or Bermuda-length shorts. Denim blue jeans are not permitted on the golf course nor are short shorts, cutoffs, tennis skirts, T-shirts, halter-tops or sleeveless tops without collars (tank tops). Spikeless golf shoes must be worn.

On the tennis courts

Proper attire designed for tennis must be worn while playing and/or practicing on the courts. Men must wear shirts with sleeves at all times. Black-soled shoes are not permitted on court.

At the swimming pool

Only proper swimming attire is permitted in the pool area. Parents may wear street clothes with rubber-soled shoes to supervise their children or attend swim meets. Wet bathing suits are not permitted in the clubhouse and cover-up attire and footwear must be worn to and from the pool area.

Club management reserves the right to refuse privileges to anyone it determines to be in violation of the dress code. There are no extenuating circumstances. This right is endorsed and supported by the Board of Governors. The dress code is reviewed and approved by the Board of Governors annually.