GUIDELINES FOR DRESS CODE
DRESS CODE – GOLF COURSE AND PRACTICE AREAS
The golf course, driving range and putting green are subject to the dress regulations below and it is expected that members and guests will utilize facilities with a well-groomed appearance.
The Dress code also applies to Caddies, who are seen as an extension to the player.
ACCEPTABLE ITEMS OF DRESS
- Tailored pants may be worn
- Tailored shorts may be worn by men or with ladies, tailored shorts or skirts.
- Men / Women with shorts / Skirts must wear either long socks or short socks.
- Men’s shirts MUST be worn tucked in.
- Ladies shirts designed to be left un-tucked should be hip length.
- Golf shoes with soft spikes should be worn on the course and practice areas.
- Runner style shoes are acceptable with a flat sole.
- Closed in shoes must be worn at all times.
Cargo shorts OR pants.THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE ITEMS OF DRESS
- Board shorts.
- Golf specific branded Hoodie jumpers with motive size 10cm x 8cm may be worn, , but not casual Hoodies of any type
- Football or sporting type shorts.
- Tops displaying large motifs or advertising.
- Shirts without collars (an exception applies to women’s attire and shirts that are specifically designed for golf).
- Denim Jeans of any description.
- Three quarter length pants (an exception applies to women’s attire).
- Tracksuit pants/tops or any type of gymnasium attire. Ladies wearing tights must wear skirt.
- Thongs, sandals, or bare feet.
- Drawstring pants or shorts.
- Caps should not be turned backwards or worn in the clubhouse.
- Metal spikes are not permitted.
Young Children (under 10) accompanied by a Member will not be required to abide by the above dress code when using the practice putting green.
Exceptions to the above may be made due to medical reasons and or conditions.
Please note: Members are at all times responsible for the attire of their guests. Guests must be informed of dress requirements in advance to avoid embarrassment. The Board has instructed all staff to strictly enforce the above dress regulations and their judgment as to the suitability of attire shall be considered final.
DRESS CODE – CLUBHOUSE / BAR BISTRO / VUE RESTAURANT
The standard of dress for the above is smart casual. Conforming golf attire and golf shoes are acceptable attire in the Bar/Bistro area.
THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE ITEMS OF DRESS
- Muscle shirts.
- Underwear style singlets.
- Exercise attire – Exceptions will be made for exercise attire, if having a beverage post or pre workout (preferably sitting outside). In cases of inclement weather (rain, cold or strong wind), sitting in the Bistro for a short time is acceptable, however meals will not be served. Please note exercise attire is not acceptable in the Vue Restaurant, no exceptions.
- Football attire.
- Ripped or torn clothing are not permitted including denim jeans.
- High-vis work wear.
- Suitable footwear is required in the Clubhouse.
- Rubber thongs are allowed in the bistro/bar area and the outside deck only. Rubber thongs are not allowed in the function rooms and VUE Restaurant at any time.
Please note: Those Members and or Guests who do not comply with the above will be refused service and asked to leave.
DRESS CODE – COUNTRY CLUB FACILITIES
Dress whilst using the Country Club facilities is swimming, tennis or exercise attire. Enclosed footwear is compulsory whilst using the Gymnasium.
DRESS CODE – GOLF COURSE
Dress on the Golf Course and practice areas is smart casual and standard golf attire. T-shirts, tank tops singlets, denim jeans or tennis attire are not permitted on the Golf Course. In addition, shorts must be of a tailored style, shirts must be collared, with all attire to be in good repair. Golf shoes with metal spikes specifically, are not permitted.
BREACHES OF DRESS CODE
The following process applies to breaches of the Dress Code:
- For each breach, the Member will be provided with a written warning.
- Should the Member receive three written warnings in any 12month period, then that Member will have all membership privileges suspended for a period of 1 month; If a Member who has suspended booking rights is issued a further warning within the suspension period. The Member will then lose playing rights for a period of 1 month.
- Warnings issued will lapse after 12 months.