Dress Code

Dress Code Policy

Appropriate golf club casual attire is acceptable at all times for lunch and dinner. Members and their guests must wear golf slacks, skirts or Bermuda/walking shorts no more than 3 inches above the knee cap and collared shirts, turtlenecks or mock necks.  Tights, short shorts, cut off shorts, athletic shorts, cargo shorts or pants, tee shirts, and tank tops are not permitted.  Abbreviated clothing is also not permitted.

Beach flip flops and athletic type shoes (sneakers) are not permitted in ALL dining areas. 
Casual shoes that include Van type, golf casual shoes, fashion sneakers and boat style shoes are permitted.

No spiked golf shoes are allowed inside the Clubhouse.
Golf shoes are permitted on Outside Porch and Patio areas.

Golf Club Casual:  consists of proper golf attire, tucked collared shirts, untucked designed collared shirts, sweaters, proper length shorts, etc.  Women are allowed to wear black and white denim material pants with no visible tears or rips.  Blue denim or denim jackets in any color are not acceptable.  Mock turtle necks and other appropriate golf shirts are allowed.  Golf shirts and polos must be tucked in.  Button-down untucked designed shirts without tails do not have to be tucked in and are acceptable.  All other button-down shirts, long-sleeve or shot-sleeve with tails must be tucked in.  Tights, short shorts, beachwear, tank tops, tee shirts or other dresses not normally associated with public dining are unacceptable.  Gentlemen may only wear open-toed shoes such as flip flops and/or sandals within the confines of the Men's Locker Room.  

*Gentlemen must remove their hats and visors while entering the Clubhouse, Locker Rooms and while utilizing any member dining areas; this includes the Patio, Patio Bar and/or Porch areas. 

*Dress code must be adhered to in all area of the Club property, including Pro Shop, Driving Range, Halfway House, or when stopping into the Pro Shop or picking up a family member.

Members are responsible for their guest's attire at all times. Children over seven years of age must comply with the dress code.