Golf Dress Code

 

Mens Dress Code

  1. Caps, hats and visors are permissible. Peaked caps must be worn with the peak at the front.
  2. Shirts can be either long or short sleeved. Shirts must have collars and should be tucked into trousers or shorts at all times.
  3. Turtleneck shirts may be worn. Track suit tops, round neck shirts, T-shirts or football/rugby shirts are not acceptable.
  4. Trousers must be tailored. Track or leisure suits, jeans, cargo or camouflage paramilitary style trousers are not acceptable.
  5. Shorts must be tailored, end above the knee and can only be worn with socks. Short shorts, casual sports shorts or shorts with only an elasticised top are not acceptable.
  6. Socks must be worn with shorts. Long, calf and ankle socks are permissible. Socks should be predominately white in colour.
  7. Golf shoes must be worn on the course. Sandals or trainers are not acceptable.

 
Ladies Dress Code

  1. Caps, hats and visors are permissible. Peaked caps must be worn with the peak at the front.
  2. Shirts or blouses can be long, short or sleeveless. All must have a collar with a modest neckline.
  3. Ladies golf shirts that have been specifically designed or tailored to wear outside trousers, shorts or skirts may be worn. All other shirts or blouses should be tucked into slacks, trousers, skirts or shorts. Track suit tops, round neck shirts. T-shirts or football/rugby shirts are not acceptable.
  4. Slacks and trousers must be tailored. Cropped and Capri trousers are permissible. Track or leisure suits, jeans, cargo or camouflage paramilitary style trousers are not acceptable.
  5. Skirts and shorts must be tailored, and should not be too short.
  6. Long, calf and ankle socks are permissible. Socks should be predominately white in colour.
  7. Golf shoes must be worn on the course. Sandals or trainers are not acceptable.

Playing Etiquette

Playing etiquette is no more than good sense and courtesy to fellow players.

  1. Players must not play until the players in the group ahead are out of range.
  2. Players should not stand close to or directly behind the ball, or directly behind the hole when a player is about to play. Be ready to play when it is your turn.
  3. If a ball is in danger of hitting or landing close to anyone on the course, the player who struck the ball must shout the customary warning “FORE”.
  4. A golfer should always know which brand of ball they are using, or mark it to avoid confusion during play.
  5. Always play a provisional ball if you believe that your original ball may be difficult to find or Out of Bounds.
  6. Replace divots on the fairways, rake bunkers and repair pitch marks on the greens.
  7. Always play at a good pace and keep up with the group in front. If you have fallen behind the group in front and are holding up the group behind then invite that group (irrespective of the number of players in that group) to play through.
  8. Show consideration to for other players on the course, do not disturb their play by moving around or making unnecessary noise.
  9. Mobile phones should be switched off on the course.
  10. Please observe the rules when using buggies on the golf course; always drive with due care and attention.

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