Dress Code

DRESS CODE  

The following dress policy has been adopted by the Executive Council and is intended to ensure that all members, their families, and guests enjoy the Club’s facilities and services in a pleasant atmosphere. Compliance with the dress code policy by family members and guests is the responsibility of the member. 

Attire prohibited in the Clubhouse and anywhere on Club grounds include tee shirts, undershirts, athletic/sweatshirts, sweat pants, cargo pants or shorts, sweat suits, cutoffs, running shorts, short shorts, halter tops and tank tops. Gentleman’s hats, caps or other headwear are prohibited from being worn in the Clubhouse dining areas and while seated at the bar. If you have any questions, please call the Club in advance for clarification. 

Golf Course and Practice Facilities 

Proper golf attire is required at all times. Men are required to wear collared shirts and golf slacks or Bermuda length shorts. Men’s shirts are to be tucked in at all times. Denim is not allowed on the golf course or practice facility. 

Clubhouse 

To encourage a more casual, contemporary and relaxing atmosphere, denim attire is permitted.  All denim, including jeans, shall be suitable and fitting for wear at a private club.  Bermuda length shorts will be permitted in all dining areas of the Clubhouse.  Special events and parties requiring other attire may dictate changes to this policy.

Tennis Facility 

Tennis facility members, family, and guests are to be dressed in appropriate tennis attire. Non-tennis attire including beachwear, cutoffs and running shorts are not allowed on the tennis courts or at the tennis facility. Men are expected to wear collared shirts at all times (no sleeveless shirts or tee shirts). 

Gun Club 

Hunting clothing, including blue jeans and denim clothing, are allowed at the Trap Facility during the Gun Club’s winter season.