Dress Code

Golf Attire

Appropriate golf attire is required for all persons using the golf course, the driving range, and the practice putting and chipping greens. Individuals who are not appropriately attired shall be asked to change their attire or be requested to discontinue use of the golf facilities.

Men:
Shirts with golf collars and sleeves, long sleeve mock turtlenecks, slacks, or golf shorts are considered appropriate attire. All golf shirts must be tucked into slacks or golf shorts. Tank tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cutoffs, sweat pants, warm-up suits, blue jeans (including designer denim slacks), bathing suits, tennis shorts, short shorts, or other athletic shorts are not permitted.

Ladies:
Dresses, skirts, slacks, shorts/skorts, and golf shirts in various styles are considered appropriate attire. Golf shirts must have either sleeves or a collar. Unless otherwise intended by the manufacturer, golf shirts shall be tucked into skirts, slacks, or shorts. Halter tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, tank tops, bathing suits, sweat pants, blue jeans (including designer denim slacks), tennis dresses, athletic shorts, cutoffs, or short shorts are not permitted.

Soft Spike Requirement:
All members are reminded that we do not allow metal spikes anywhere on Club property. All guests must comply with this rule. Please make the necessary changes before your tee time. There will be no exceptions. Golf shoes are not permitted on the main level of the clubhouse.

Cell Phones:
Cell phones are permitted on the golf course and practice facilities provided the device is placed on silent or vibrate mode. Please respect your playing partners and those around you by using your cell phone only when necessary and without delaying play.

TENNIS ATTIRE

All clothing and accessories ( e.g. shoes, hats, visors, and warm-ups suits ) must be manufactured for tennis. All clothing must be predominantly ( i.e. 50% or greater ) white. Colored warm-up suits may be worn, however, once any single item of the warm-up is removed, the resulting visible outfit must be predominantly white.
Shoes must be manufactured for tennis.

All shorts for men and boys must be side-pocketed and above the knee in length.

All shirts for men and boy must have sleeves.

Men and boys ages 17 and older must wear collared shirts.

Boys 16 and under, may wear collarless/crewneck shirts manufactured for tennis.

Ladies may wear sleeveless tops.

Tennis caps must be worn with bills forward.

Members are responsible for compliance by their guest(s) with respect to all of the above.