Attire for the golf course and all practice facilities will apply to adults, their guests and junior golfers. It is the memberís responsibility to advise their guests and children of the dress code in advance of play to help avoid any potential uncomfortable situation.
Attire which is acceptable includes: slacks, shorts which are no higher than mid-thigh length, shirts with sleeves and a collar (traditional, turtleneck, mock turtleneck, or fashion), sweaters, and jackets. Ladiesí attire may also include skirts, skorts, and culottes worn at the aforementioned length, sleeveless shirts with a collar (traditional, turtleneck, mock turtleneck, or fashion), or collarless shirts with sleeves.
Attire which is NOT acceptable includes, cutoff shorts, shorts which are higher than mid-thigh length, tennis, jogging, biking, or coachesí shorts, blue jean pants or shorts, cargo shorts or pants, jogging/sweat suits, T-shirts without aforementioned collar type, tank tops, or bare midriff outfits. Additionally, sweat suits, jogging suits, work-out apparel, or any Menís, Womenís, or Childrenís apparel consisting of Cargo Style Shorts or Pants with external loose, or ballooning pockets is not considered acceptable.
In keeping with tradition of a private club, it is required and enforced to all male members and guests that shirts be worn tucked in at all times and that hats be worn face forward.
The overriding criteria is good grooming that is in line with the standards expected by a private country club. The definition of proper attire and good grooming resides with the General Manager and his staff. They are empowered with the authority to deny the use of any Club facilities to those individuals not meeting proper dress code.