Dress Code & Regulations (2018)

Dress Regulations

Members and Guests must maintain a high standard of dress at all times. Attire should be commensurate with that expected of a prestigious private golf club. The General Manager maintains the flexibility to alter these rules for special occasions.
Members inviting Guests to the Club are responsible to ensure that Guests are informed of and adhere to these regulations. Other Guests and those participating in Corporate events will be advised of the dress requirements by the General Manager or his staff and are expected to comply.
Anyone not properly attired will be asked to change or will not be permitted to remain on the course or in the Clubhouse.


Course and Practice Area

Players are expected to be suitably dressed for golf in a collared or turtleneck shirt, tucked inside tailored slacks or shorts that are worn with a belt. Tailored shorts, worn not below the knee, may have external pockets and must be worn with visible predominately white socks.

Long walk socks are allowed, however any socks with excessive logos or colours are NOT permitted. All players must wear non-metal spike, or ripple/moulded sole golf shoes. Hats, caps or visors may be worn: cap peak to the front.


Golf attire is permitted in the Clubhouse prior to and following golf other than in the Dining Room, or in the Lounge after 5.30 p.m. on Saturdays.

Smart casual attire, which is to consist of a collared shirt, either long sleeved, short sleeved or polo shirt and worn with belted tailored long trousers, is acceptable at all times.

Smart denim trousers are permitted (not work jeans, ripped or worn jeans).  A tailored jacket (not bomber style) may be worn with casual attire as an option and knitwear may be worn under the jacket, if required. Dress jumpers or vests are permitted in the main bar, dining room and lounge areas over a dress shirt.

During the Summer season (1 December to 31 March), smart casual shoes without socks are permitted in the Clubhouse and surrounds provided the shoes are closed in (ie no sandals, scuffs, thongs etc.) until 5.30 p.m. 

A tailored jacket and tie may be required in the Clubhouse on specified occasions.


Shirts not designed for golf such as a t-shirt or any shirt not tucked in.

When wearing shorts; black or coloured socks or white socks with markings other than a golf club or manufacturers logo.

Drawstring shorts/slacks, board shorts, football shorts.

Long walk socks not pulled up.

Slacks tucked inside socks (unless designed to do so).

Blue Denim (work jeans, ripped or worn jeans).

Tracksuits, gym attire

Joggers, thongs, sandals or metal spiked golf shoes.

Clothing bearing writing or advertising material other than discrete badges or logos.

Hats or caps in Clubhouse.


Dirty or unkempt clothes.


Course and Practice Area

Players are expected to be suitably attired for golf.  Acceptable clothing is a skirt worn at a fair length, tailored shorts, mid-calf pants or tailored pants/ trousers.  Shirts must have a collar or be turtle, crew or roll necked.  Fitted shirts (mid-hip) may be worn outside of shorts, trousers/pants or skirts.

All players must wear non-metal spiked golf shoes.  Headwear is permissible providing caps/visors are worn peak forward.


Golf attire is permitted in the Clubhouse prior to and following golf.  Golf shoes and socks are only permitted in the Lounge/Bar for a maximum of 15 minutes.  Ladies are expected to change their shoes after golf.  Please note, ripple soled shoes and joggers are unacceptable.

Ladies are expected to dress according to the occasion specified.

Unacceptable Dress

  • Blue Denim (work jeans, ripped or worn jeans).
  • Tracksuits, gym attire.
  • Clothing bearing writing or advertising material other than discrete badges or logos.


Members and Associates are permitted to call into the Club in clean casual attire for the purpose of accessing kiosk booking system, checking time sheets, collecting clubs, or reporting to the Pro Shop, Locker Rooms or Office for up to 15 minutes. No access to the Members’ Lounge is permitted in casual attire and your discretion, whilst at the Club, is requested at all times.


Players should play without delay and keep up to the group in front. If a player believes his ball may be lost outside a water hazard or out of bounds, to save time, he should play a provisional ball.

No one should move, talk or stand close to or directly behind the ball or the hole when a player is addressing the ball or making a stroke.

No player should play until the players in front are out of range.

Players searching for a ball should signal the players in the group behind them to play through as soon as it becomes apparent that the ball will not easily be found. They should not search for five minutes before doing so. Having allowed the group behind to play through, they should not continue play until that group has passed and is out of range.

Edges of divots must be broken down with the foot or a club to smooth them out and lightly filled with sand.

Bunkers must be raked smooth before leaving, raking the sand away from the edge.

Motorised buggies are restricted from operating within 5 metres of any green and two (2) only in each group. To be read in conjunction with the Motorised Buggy Policy.

Players should walk to the next tee in such a way so that, following players, can hit to the green without undue delay.

Avoid slow play.


Business Ladies

Click Here to view the Business Ladies policy

← Back to previous page