Denim Policy for Dining Rooms
Members and their guests may wear club-appropriate denim in the both clubhouse dining rooms. Club-appropriate denim is defined as high-quality jean pants that are not torn, frayed dirty or ill fitting. Jeans that are too tight, too loose in disrepair or adorned with words or pictures that may be offensive to others are not considered appropriate attire. Blue jeans are not considered appropriate golf attire.
Golfers shall wear appropriate attire on the golf course and driving range at all times. Members are responsible for their guest’s attire and conduct while on Club property. Anyone who refuses to comply with these rules will be refused golf privileges.
Men: All shirts must have a collar and sleeves. All mocks must have a neck of at least 1½ inches. Slacks, wind/rain suits, or Bermuda-length shorts are considered appropriate attire. Bermuda-length shorts are shorts ending no more than three inches above the knees. Tank tops, tee shirts, cutoffs, sweat pants, blue jeans, bathing suits, tennis shorts or other athletic shorts are not permitted. Hats are to be worn facing forward and shirt tails are to be tucked in at all times.
Women: Dresses, skirts, slacks, mid-length shorts, blouses and wind/rain suits are considered appropriate attire. Halter tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, bathing suits, sweat pants, blue jeans, tennis dresses, athletic shorts, cutoffs or short shorts are not permitted.
Shoes: Non-metal spike golf shoes are required on the golf course. Tennis and other soft-sole shoes are subject to approval by the golf professional.
This dress code is mandatory for all players. Improperly dressed golfers will be asked to change before playing. If you are in doubt concerning your attire, please check with the golf pro shop.