Dress Code

It is the responsibility of all members to ensure their guests are dressed appropriately, to our dress standards.

Members may speak to those not dressed accordingly or bring it to the attention of Board of Management, General Manager, Golf Manager or Bar Manager.

Your assistance in this matter would be appreciated.

Members are required to take pride in their club, in regards to dress and conduct generally.

All members, visitors, guests and caddies are required to dress in good taste at all times and so maintain the dignity of the game of golf and Club standards. Members are to comply with the following requirements which are regarded as the minimum acceptable standards.

If members and guest attire does not meet the above minimum standards they will be asked politely to purchase suitable clothing at the Pro shop or to leave the premises.

Short term visits to the club

It is not necessary for members and guests to strictly adhere to the clubs dress code detailed below when they are visiting the club for a short period (i.e. 5-10 minutes) to do business with the office or Pro Shop, access the locker room or to collect equipment from the locker room or buggy room. In these events the dress code will be relaxed to a degree but will continue to disallow rubber thongs, board shorts, surf wear and singlets. This relaxation does not at any stage extend to entry to the sprig bar, dining area or to the course practice facilities. Access to the men's change rooms must be via the back of the club.

Male Members and Guests Dress Code

On the Course and Club Surrounds including Practise Facilities and Sprig Bar

All shirts must be either collared or turtle neck golf shirts and worn tucked into trousers. Tailored shorts with a belt are permitted but are to be worn with predominately white socks which are visible above the shoe line.

Trousers and shorts must be tailored type with a fly.

Socks are to be worn with long trousers but may be coloured.

Regulation golf shoes (soft spikes only) must be worn on the course. Sandals, jogging shoes and tennis type shoes are not regarded as golf attire.

Dining and Lounge Areas

After 5pm on competition days, members and guest are expected to shower and change before entering the Dining and Lounge Areas.

Members and guest must wear long trousers. Shirts may be opened but only to the second button and tucked in. Dress jumpers, pullovers or vests are permitted in the Main Bar, Dining room and Lounge areas. Coats and ties are optional.

Tailored shorts may also be worn with collared shirts and golf shirts tucked into shorts.

Acceptable street shoes with socks are required provided the shoes are closed in (i.e. no thongs, sandals, Crocs, slipper styled shoes or scuffs)

In the Dining and Lounge Areas on Fridays, Sundays and Club Sponsored Social Events

On Sundays, Fridays and for Club Sponsored Social Events a more relaxed dress code applies with tailored denim clothing permitted.

Men must wear collared shirts with golf shirts tucked into tailored slacks or trousers, however shirts, designed so, may be worn over trousers.

Tailored shorts may also be worn with collared shirts and golf shirts tucked into shorts. However shirts, designed so, may be worn over shorts.

Smart casual shoes with socks are permitted in the Clubhouse and surrounds provided the shoes are closed in (i.e. no thongs, sandals, Crocs, scuffs or slipper style shoes)

Denim jeans without metal studs may be worn.

Summer dress standards

After Club Closing day and prior to Club Opening day each year in addition to the relaxed dress code above.

Closed in shoes (Deck / Boat / Style) without socks can be worn in the Clubhouse and surrounds.

With the exception of the standards in the relaxed requirements above the following clothing is not permitted in the clubhouse or surrounds at anytime

  • Denim clothing.
  • Shirts without a fold over collar or a turtle neck & shirts NOT tucked into trousers
  • Clothing with bold logos or obvious advertising.
  • Singlets or T-Shirts.
  • Shorts, which are either brief or below the knee by more than 2.5cm
  • Shorts or trousers without a belt, excessively baggy or of the drawstring/elasticised/side buckle or cord-waisted type.
  • Track suits or leisure suits.
  • Faded or dilapidated clothing
  • Tight fitting exercise pants/bike pants
  • Shoes without socks. (except during summer dress standards)
  • Thongs, sandals, Crocs, sandshoes, joggers, slipper style shoes, stockinged or bare feet.

Lady Members and Guests Dress Code

On the Course and Club Surrounds including Practise Facilities and Sprig Bar

Commercial available style golf clothing must be worn as a minimum

Golf attire should be neat, tidy and appropriate for the conditions.

Shirts must be tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn out and preferably have a collar. Sleeveless collared golf shirts, turtle and polo neck shirts are permitted.

Tailored slacks, shorts, skirts and ? pants are acceptable

Regulation golf shoes (soft spikes only) must be worn on the course with predominately white socks or coloured socks which coordinate with their golfing attire and are visible above the shoe line

Sandals, jogging shoes and tennis type shoes are not regarded as golf attire.

Dining and Lounge Areas

After 5pm on mixed competition days members and guests are expected to shower and change before entering the Dining and Lounge Areas.

Smart casual wear is the minimum requirement.

Leggings/tights may only be worn with a dress, skirt or long top.

Ladies may wear both closed in shoes and open sandals. Rubber thongs, Croc's, joggers and slipper style shoes are not allowed.

On Tuesdays and Thursdays Members and guests are encouraged to change after golf as detailed above however, golf attire with either closed in shoes or open sandals may be worn.

In the Dining and Lounge Areas on Fridays, Sundays and Club Sponsored Social Events

Smart casual wear is the minimum requirement.

Leggings/tights may only be worn with a dress, skirt or long top.

Ladies may wear both closed in shoes and open sandals. Rubber thongs, Crocs, joggers and slipper style shoes are not allowed.

Denim jeans without metal studs may be worn. Designer denim clothing is acceptable.

With the exception of the standards in the relaxed above regulations the following clothing is not permitted in the clubhouse or surrounds

  • Denim clothing.
  • Midriff, tank or singlet tops (not considered smart casual wear)
  • Clothing with bold logos or obvious advertising.
  • Shorts, which are brief
  • Shorts or trousers that are excessively baggy or of the drawstring/elasticised/side buckle or cord-waisted type.
  • Track suits or leisure suits.
  • Tight fitting exercise pants/bike pants
  • Faded or dilapidated clothing
  • Rubber thongs and rubber sandals, Crocs, sandshoes, joggers, slipper styled shoes stockinged or bare feet.

Children under 14 years

Neat casual dress

Closed in shoes or sandals

Rubber thongs are not permitted.