The Committee requires members and guests to be well groomed and to wear neat and conservatively styled clothing which is consistent with the Club’s standards. Members or guests calling at the Club for any reason, e.g. picking up a takeaway order or collecting children, must comply with the Club’s dress regulations. Members and guests whose dress does not meet the requirements below will be denied use of the Clubhouse and sporting facilities.
IN THE CLUBHOUSE
- Informal attire (jacket and tie not required) and sporting attire (excluding Fitness Centre attire) are permitted.
- For men, a long sleeved button through shirt and trousers are required for dining in the Dining Room.
- Jackets are required for men attending private and Club functions.
- Sporting wear is not permitted in the Atrium, Sitting Room or Dining Room.
IN THE SPORTING AREAS (Golf, Tennis, Squash, Bowls and Croquet)
- Tennis and squash attire (including tracksuits and shoes) must be basically white; however coloured jumpers may be worn.
- Men’s shirts must have a collar.
- Shoes should have a non-marking sole and be basically white.
- Players are required to wear white socks or ‘sockettes’.
- Flat-soled shoes are required.
- Men’s shirts must be tucked in.
- White attire (coloured jumper optional) is to be worn for all interclub matches and finals of Club competitions.
- If choosing to wear shorts, bowlers and croquet players are required to wear white socks or ‘sockettes’.
- Members must ensure that their guests comply with the regulations of the Club including dress regulations and the use of mobile pho