"Members, their guests and visitors are welcome to enjoy the Clubhouse and Course in a friendly and relaxed environment."
The Club welcomes Visitors and Members to enjoy the Clubhouse and Course in a friendly and relaxed environment. Members, guests and visitors are asked to respect the dress code to save embarrassment for all concerned. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to the Course or Clubhouse if individuals are not able to comply with our dress code, normal courtesies and the rules of golf.
The Course Code is flexible to ensure Visitors and Members maintain a modern approach whilst keeping standards. The Course Dress Code is now:-
“Recognised Golfing attire that must include shoes”
In keeping with its modern approach the House Dress Code is now:-
“Smart and clean Casual Dress or recognised Golfing attire at all times unless Code is altered for specific event. An example could be “Black Tie” or “Jacket and tie”
Dress code as indicated on the event notice and ticket
As agreed with the Club Manager
Mobile phones are not to be used in the Clubhouse or on the course except in an emergency.