Dress Code

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As a visitor, we want you to enjoy a memorable golfing experience.

To ensure a full measure of enjoyment, we suggest the following:

Please use the locker room to change into or out of your golfing attire.

Shorts are permitted in the Clubhouse up to 10am.

The Harry Colt Bar is a member’s only room.

Trainers are not permitted anywhere.

Trolleys should not be taken inside the line of greenside bunkers nor to the right hand side only on the 18th.

The chipping green is accessed via the car park, not in front of the patio.

Appropriate Attire

For Men:

Long or short sleeve collared shirts/polo shirts tucked into the short/trouser.

Shorts must be tailored (with no external pockets and knee length) and worn with either plain coloured knee length socks

or white sports socks which must cover the ankles.

Sandals are not permitted and socks must be worn in the Clubhouse and on the patio at all times.

For Ladies:

Long and short sleeved shirts, sleeveless shirts/polo shirts with collars, should be tucked in to trousers or shorts unless

specifically tailored to be worn outside.

Skirts, skorts and shorts and other tailored trousers specifically designed for golf are permitted, but should not be more

than 4 inches above the knee.

On the Course

We aim to complete a round of golf in under 3 ½ hours and would request that slower players immediately yield to faster

groups. Please take all opportunities to use divot bags to repair divots leaving empty bags in the boxes provided. Please

also repair all pitch marks. Golf shoes MUST be worn.

Mobile Phones

Mobiles phones may not be used on the golf course with the exception of a medical emergency and should be maintained

on “silent or vibrate” mode at all times. Calls made or taken outside the clubhouse, in the main car park must occur with

consideration for others.


Please note that our catering times are as follows:

April - October 10.00am - 5.45pm November - March 10.00am – 5.15pm

We appreciate your cooperation and hope you enjoy a wonderful day.

The General Manager