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.
Prior to 6.00pm
• Informal attire (jacket and tie not required) and sporting attire (excluding Fitness Centre attire) is permitted.
• For men, a long sleeved button through shirt is required for dining in the Links Room.
• Jackets are required for men dining in the Links Room and attending private and Club functions.
• Sporting wear is not permitted in the Atrium or Sitting Room.
Please note, members and guests staying in the Club’s accommodation are permitted to wear blue denim when arriving and departing the Club.
• Children aged 8 years and older must observe the same dress regulations
• Children aged 8 years and older must observe the same dress regulations as members; however boys are not required to wear a jacket.
• Children younger than 8 years of age must wear conservative attire.
In the Sporting Areas (Golf, Tennis, Squash, Bowls and Croquet)
Sporting attire (including shoes) for men, women and children, should be neat and designed, or recognised as being appropriate, for the sport to be played.
• Appropriate golf shirts must be worn. Men’s shirts must be tucked in.
• If choosing to wear shorts, golfers are required to wear white socks or “sockettes”.
Tennis and Squash
• Tennis and squash attire (including tracksuits and shoes) must be basically white; however coloured jumpers may be worn.
• Men’s shirts should have a collar.
• Shoes should have a non-marking sole and be basically white.
• Players are required to wear white socks or “sockettes”.
Bowls and Croquet
• 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 and guests wearing Fitness Centre attire must enter and exit the Fitness Centre via the Link Corridor or Norwich Road Gate (Service Road).
• Members and guests must wear appropriate informal or sporting attire, including footwear as outlined for each sport.
• Thongs are only permitted to be worn when accessing the Fitness Centre from the Car Park or Locker Rooms, via the Link Corridor, and in the Fitness Centre Café and pool areas.
• Members and guests staying in Club accommodation are permitted to wear a tracksuit or robe to access the Fitness Centre via the elevator from the first floor.
• Swimwear must be covered with clothing or a robe when travelling between the Men’s and Ladies’ Locker Rooms and the Fitness Centre via the Link Corridor. Towels are not permitted to be worn on this route.
• Tracksuits, exercise shorts/pants, t-shirts, singlets/crop tops and caps/visors may be worn in the gym.
• Training shoes are compulsory when in the gym.
• Gym attire is not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse or on the Concourse (between the Car Park and Sport Shop).
• Members and guests may only change in and out of gym attire in the Fitness Centre Change Rooms and Locker Rooms.
• Only recognised swimwear made from lycra or nylon may be worn in the pool.
• When accessing the pool from the Fitness Centre Change Rooms, members are required to cover swimwear with clothing, a robe, a towel or similar. Thongs and bare feet are permitted on this route.
• Swimming paddles made from inflexible material (e.g. plastic) are not permitted in the pools.
• Members and guests may only change in and out of swimwear in the Fitness Centre Change Rooms and Locker Rooms.
UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE THROUGHOUT THE CLUB
The following attire is unacceptable in all areas of the Club:
• Blue heavy denim, stonewash, torn or excessively faded denim jeans and clothing.
• Collarless t-shirts for men (except for Fitness Centre or golf specific).
• Football jumpers, cargo pants and cargo shorts.
• Commercial advertising on clothing should be unobtrusive.
• Sporting hats, caps and visors may not be worn inside the Clubhouse (except the gym).