The Club wishes to portray a modern approach to its dress code and seeks to promote a friendly, relaxed atmosphere in which members, their guests and visitors can enjoy the course, the clubhouse and its facilities.

A reasonable standard of dress is required as per the following guidelines:

In the Clubhouse, lounge or dining room

Smart casual dress excluding:

  • Clothing designed for sports other than golf e.g. no football, rugby, athletics or beachwear

  • Golfing footwear and waterproofs or over trousers

  • Torn jeans or soiled work-wear

A smart standard of dress is expected on presentation evenings with shirt, jacket and tie being the preferred option

On the Golf Course

Only recognised golf clothing may be worn. This excludes:

  • Clothing designed for sports other than golf e.g. football, rugby, athletics or beachwear

  • Trainers and footwear not specifically designed for golf**

  • Any denim material

**Junior and cadet members may wear trainers on the Golf Course

Mobile Telephones

It is requested that mobile telephones are in silent mode in the clubhouse lounge, dining room and on the course.  Mobile phones may only be used on the golf course in emergency circumstances.  

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19.01.2018 15:12
Following yet more heavy rainfall this week the Course Committee have carried out an extensive inspection to assess the suitability of playing 18, 15 or 9 holes of golf and have concluded that conditions are currently not fit. With this in mind the course will remain closed in the short term and a further inspection is planned for Monday 22nd at 7.45am. It is hoped that once the weather eases up things will rapidly improve.
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