Proper Clubhouse attire includes:
Suit with tie or Jacket with dress slacks and tie
Dresses, pantsuits and/or dress slacks
Collared shirt, turtleneck shirt or mock turtleneck shirt and jacket
Dresses and/or appropriate skirts and tops or slacks and tops
Slacks, tasteful jeans, Bermuda length shorts or other pants and collared shirts, polo shirts, or sweaters, appropriate to the season
Slacks, tasteful jeans, capris, city shorts and tops, appropriate to the season
Appropriate to the athletic activity and area
Children should be dressed appropriately for the categories above. Young men and young ladies ages twelve (12) and above shall abide by the dress code for men and women, respectively. Gentlemen are not permitted to wear any headwear in the Clubhouse. Ladies are permitted to wear appropriate headwear in the Clubhouse. Blue jeans and shirts without collars are not considered proper attire in the River Room nor in the Ballroom unless dress for an event, party or function has been designated as allowing such attire in the invitation or notice for such event, party or function.
Proper Golf attire includes:
Members and their guests are expected to wear appropriate golf attire when playing or practicing golf at the Club. Guests’ attire is the responsibility of the sponsoring member. To avoid embarrassing situations, guests should be informed in advance of the dress regulations.
Slacks and Bermuda-length shorts are permissible. Cut-offs, athletic shorts, tennis shorts, camping or safari (cargo) shorts, denim shorts (blue or otherwise) and swimming and jogging attire are not permitted. All short sleeve shirts must have a collar, and be tucked in at all times. Long sleeved mock turtle necks are permitted. Shirts without collars, fish net shirts, T-shirts and tank tops are not appropriate.
Slacks and Bermuda-length shorts are permissible. Halter tops, bathing suit tops, revealing clothing, jeans (blue or otherwise), denim shorts, cut-offs, tennis, swimming, and jogging attire are not permitted.
Appropriate footwear is to be worn at all times. Players shall not wear any type of athletic or golf shoes which contain “metal or steel” spikes. Players will be allowed to wear any form of smooth soled shoes and any alternative spikeless product offered by the golf industry.
All headwear should be appropriate golf headwear. Caps, Visors, and Stocking Caps are appropriate. Headwear must be worn in an appropriate manner while playing and practicing.
Proper Tennis attire includes:
Members and their guests are expected to wear appropriate tennis attire when playing or practicing tennis at the Club. Guests’ attire is the responsibility of the sponsoring Member.
No cutoffs or jeans are allowed.
Tennis shirts shall be worn at all times.
Appropriate tennis shoes with non-marking soles are required (no cross-trainers or running shoes).