It is expected that members and their guests will choose to dress in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the setting of the Club.
For casual dining in the Grill Room, Bar or Terrace, members and guests are requested to dress in country club casual: golf shirts, slacks, golf shorts, walking shorts and non-metal spiked golf shoes are all permissible.
Men and boys must remove their hats and women and girls are encouraged to remove their informal hats whenever they enter the Clubhouse.
Bathing suits are not permitted in any area of the Clubhouse except the locker rooms.
Poolside Café – everyone must wear shirts or bathing suit cover ups and shoes to enter the Café.
Shirts must have a collar; tank tops and tee shirts are not allowed.
Tennis shorts, gym shorts, running shorts, “cut-offs” and any other shorts without pockets are not allowed. Shorts should be no more than 3 inches above the knee.
Non-metal spikes or sneakers are the only appropriate shoes for golf.
Dungarees (denim) are not allowed at any time during the season.
The Club reserves the right to deny access to the golf course to anyone deemed to be dressed improperly.
The dress code requires proper tennis attire at all times. Basketball shorts, gym shorts, camp shorts, tank tops, and bathing suits are not permitted. Only proper tennis shoes may be worn on the courts. Basketball shoes, cross-training shoes, running shoes and other shoes with uneven/ ribbed soles cause damage to the courts and are not permitted.
Footwear: Sneakers only – no hiking boots, street shoes, or other types of footwear should be worn on the courts.
CELL PHONE USE
In the Clubhouse, cell phones can only be used outside of the Member dining and beverage areas and are required to be silenced while in the dining areas. On the golf course and practice facilities, cell phone usage is prohibited.