A. Golf Attire
Proper golf attire must be worn by all persons on the golf course as well as the driving range and practice facilities. This rule applies to all Resident members, Limited members, Junior members, and children of members and their guests. This includes:
Soft Spike shoes only
Collared shirts or mock turtle necks for men
No “jeans” of any color
No short shorts, cut-offs or cargo shorts may be worn
Men’s and boy’s shirts must be tucked in
No hats may be worn backwards
B. Pool Attire
Persons in swimming attire are limited to the pool, playground and snack bar area. Cover ups and shoes must be worn when eating at the snack bar. All other areas of the Club grounds (including the back bar area) are off limits for those in swimming attire. Members who reside at the Club, however, may go through the Clubhouse to the pool area in bathing attire under proper cover-ups.
C. Tennis Attire
All players must wear proper tennis sneakers and regular tennis attire. Children 16 years old and under may wear tennis appropriate T-shirts. Players wearing improper sneakers or improper attire will not be permitted use of the courts.
• Tennis Shoes (appropriate for Har-Tru courts; not basketball, jogging or training shoes) for everyone over the age of 12.
• Collared or non-collared tennis shirts for men and boys (anything sold in the Pro Shop or of similar style is appropriate).
D. Dining Room Attire
Members and their guests are expected to wear appropriate attire at all times when dining at the Club during the various events.
The following dress codes apply:
A = Black Tie
B = Jacket and Tie
C = Jacket, Tie Optional, Collared Shirts
D = No Jacket, No Tie (slacks/collared shirts for men)
E = No Jacket or Tie (Bermuda length shorts permitted)
Please check the Club calendar for the Dress Code of the evening.
1. In the Dining Room, blue jeans, which are not ripped, are permitted only during the day, from the Tuesday after Labor Day until the Friday of Memorial Day weekend. Blue jeans, which are not ripped, are permitted in the dining room on Sunday evenings throughout the year.
2. Men must wear collared shirts in the Dining Room at all times. During lunch, proper tennis and golf attire will be permitted. Proper dress is expected for women, as well.
3. For men, Bermuda shorts with collared shirts tucked into their shorts are allowed. Bermuda shorts are not allowed for dinner in the Dining Room. Flip-flops in the Dining Room are not allowed for dinner, for either men or women.
4. Bathing attire and cover-ups of any kind are not permitted in the dining room.