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Dress Regulations

A good standard of dress and golf attire should be worn in all areas of the Clubhouse, smart casual wear is acceptable unless a particular dress code is specified for a Club event.

Shorts may be worn in Spikes Bar between 1 April to 31 October. Only tailored shorts are permitted and these are to be cut above the knee by no more than 3 inches.

Boat shoes are permitted when wearing shorts, socks with boat shoes are not required.

  1. Tailored shorts permitted all year round in the lounge bar. Not in the dining room except at special functions at the Captain’s discretion.

  2. Clean dry moulded sole golf shoes will be permitted in the lounge bar area, except in the winter months of November through to March. Cleated/spiked golf shoes are not permitted.

  3. Trainers are permitted in the clubhouse and on the patio.

  4. Smart denim jeans, including blue, will be permitted in the lounge bar area, and Sewell dining room, except for torn, dyed, or workwear jeans.

  5. In the clubhouse and patio area, gentlemen will be allowed to wear outside their trousers shirts designed for this purpose.

       The following items of dress are not permitted

  1. T shirts, running or cargo shorts, football or rugby type shirts, leggings or cropped trousers for Gentlemen.

  2. Wet, soiled clothing or golfing rainwear.

  3. Open toed shoes/sandals for Gentlemen.

  4. Sun tops of any kind.

  5. Leisure suits.

  6. Hats of any description.

Dress Code & Etiquette

Many people who play and fall in love with the game of golf do so because of its fine history, traditions and sportsmanship, all factors that set golf apart from so many other sports these days.

So when you visit us please respect our Course Code, which consists of two parts – Playing Etiquette and Dress Guidelines.


Playing Etiquette

We want you to thoroughly enjoy your visit to the Club but when playing here you have a responsibility to behave considerately and in a manner that does not spoil the enjoyment of other visitors or members.

Slow play - We know that not every golfer plays to the same standard or speed, so please be considerate to other players, do not hold them up, simply call them through. This will ensure that you and your group are not under pressure to hurry shots and it will enable others to fully enjoy their game. As a guide, a fourball should take no longer than 4 hours to complete the course.

Bunkers - Our bunkers are challenging to play even when properly raked, if left unraked our bunkers can become virtually impossible. So please do not leave a bunker without raking it.

Course care – Please help us to keep the course in the superb condition that you expect to find it by replacing divots and repairing pitch marks.




Golf Course, Practice Ground And Patio Dress Rules

A good standard of golf attire to be worn at all times.

The following items of dress are allowed:
The following items of dress are not allowed:

  1. Golf shirts with long or short sleeves and turtle-necked tops.

  2. Tailored golf trousers.

  3. Cropped trousers, skirts and skorts for Ladies.

  4. Tailored golf shorts with a length no more than 3 inches above the knee.

  5. Socks to be worn at all times, trainer type socks are allowed. 

  6. Boat shoes are allowed on the patio, socks are not required when wearing boat shoes.

  7. Gentlemen must tuck shirts into their trousers/shorts at all times

  8. No Running shoes.

  9. No Track/leisure suits.

  10. No Cropped trousers for Gentlemen.

  11. No Cargo shorts.

  12. NO Sun tops of any kind

  13. No Non-golfing shoes on the golf course or practice ground, for those playing or practising golf.

"Not for the faint hearted! Some really challenging golf holes...and then you have to factor in the wind! Beautifully kept course!"

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