Rules & Regulations

Dress Code

The wearing of denim/jeans is prohibited at the Club or on any portion of the Club premises.

Golf

Driving Range, Putting Green & Course Proper Golf attire is required at all times

Acceptable Attire Includes: Golf Shirt that is tucked in, Bermuda Length Shorts or Slacks, Golf or Flat Soled Shoes.

Prohibited Attire Includes: Denim, T-Shirts, Tank Tops, Tube Tops, Athletic Shorts, Sweatpants, Swimwear, Flip Flops or Sandals.

Pool

Golf shoes are not allowed in the pool area. Wet bathing suits are not permitted outside the pool area and cover-up attire and footwear must be worn to and from the swimming pool. Hairpins may not be worn in the water.

Tennis

All players must wear appropriate tennis attire in styles specifically designed for tennis or a collared shirt with sleeves. Black Soled shoes, cut-offs, swimsuits, bare feet, flip flops or sandals will not be permitted on the courts.

Pub & Grill Room

Casual attire in good taste is the appropriate attire in the dining room of the clubhouse. Acceptable Attire Includes: Golf Shirts, Bermuda Length Shorts or Slacks. Prohibited Attire Includes: Denim, T-Shirts, Tank Tops, Tube Tops, Fitness Clothing, Athletic Shorts, Sweatpants or Swimwear.

Charter Room

Children under 14 are not permitted in the Charter Room. The Charter Room is our Formal Dining area therefore; jackets are required for Men and proper dress for Ladies.

General - House & Ground Rules Section 1.15

Attire and grooming shall not be such as to generally offend other Members, Family Members or their guests. Members and Family Members are responsible for seeing that their guests conform with and comply with the Club dress code. The wearing of denim is prohibited at the Club or on any portion of the Club premises. Management reserves the right to refuse privileges to anyone it determines to be in violation of the applicable dress code for the applicable portion of the Club premises and to require anyone who is not conforming to the dress code, as determined solely by Management, to leave the applicable portion of the Club premises.