Crosland Heath Golf Club
Crosland Heath Golf Club
Est. 1914
 
 
Course Open
 
 
 
course 2

 

CROSLAND HEATH GOLF CLUB DRESS CODE

 

Will all members and visitors please be aware of the following dress regulations:

Anyone found to be in breach of these will be asked to leave the course or clubhouse.

 On the Course

Whilst playing the golf course or using the practice facilities, all Members and Guests are required to wear APPROPRIATE GOLF ATTIRE including golf shoes.

Appropriate golf attire is -:

  1. Shoes – must be recognised golf shoes with steel, plastic or dimpled soles.  Training or walking shoes are not permissible under any circumstances
  2. Socks - sports or trainer socks are permissible in any colour.
  3. Trousers/Shorts – must be tailored. No cargo or sports type trousers or shorts are permissible.
  4. Shirts – must have a collar. No tee shirts, vests, rugby or football tops allowed and any logo must not be excessive. Shirts must be tucked in.
  5. Sweaters – no hooded tops or excessive logos. V or round neck and sleeveless are acceptable.
  6. Rainwear – no hooded tops are permissible.
  7. Headwear must be worn in the appropriate manner (no back to front baseball caps).

 In the Clubhouse Bar and Lounge Areas 

Casual attire is permitted in the Clubhouse at all times and providing clothing is not wet or soiled a change from golf attire is not necessary.

Soft spikes and dimpled golf shoes are allowed in the member’s bar or lounge areas, providing they are clean and dry. Casual Footwear is permitted.

For the purposes of clarity, the following are NOT considered acceptable:

Wet or soiled clothing/shoes.

Caps/Hats, Outdoor jackets/coats and waterproofs.

Vests or soiled work wear.

GOLF SHOES MAY NOT BE WORN IN THE DINING ROOM

All Members, the Professional, the Directors, the Bar & Catering Manager have the right to refuse access to the course or clubhouse if anyone is considered not to be conforming to the dress code.

  The Board will not accept any member or visitor ignoring a request from staff to change or leave the building. Members and guests who persistently abuse the dress code rules are liable to disciplinary action.

If the occasion demands, the Directors can use their discretion to relax the above dress code rules for a club organised function or outside party.

Jackets, collars and tie must be worn when receiving any prize unless otherwise stated.

Dress Code August 2020
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