Dress Policy

Dining

DINING:

Breezeway Bar & Café – Men and Women
Neat and tasteful casual attire is encouraged. Examples of acceptable attire include blue jeans/denim (must be hemmed and without holes), tennis apparel, swimwear cover-ups, collarless shirts, flip flops and hats. Footwear is required. Examples of inappropriate attire include men's and women's swimwear worn without appropriate shirts and cover-ups.

55th Hole - Men
Neat and tasteful casual attire is encouraged. Examples of acceptable attire include blue jeans/denim (must be hemmed and without holes), flip flops, collarless shirts. Hats permitted on patio. Examples of inappropriate attire include bathing suits, tank tops.

55th Hole - Women
Neat and tasteful casual attire is encouraged. Examples of acceptable attire include blue jeans/denim, sleeveless shirts, flip flops, hats and visors. Examples of inappropriate attire include jeans frayed or with holes, bathing suits, excessively short shorts.

Remainder of Clubhouse

Men and Women
Appropriate golf and tennis attire is permitted as outlined in the Golf and Tennis policy tabs that follow. Examples of inappropriate attire include collarless shirts, blue jeans, and hats for men (hats permitted on patio).

After 6:00 p.m. - Men
Shirts with a collar or mock collar and long pants are required. Golf length shorts permitted on Clubroom patio.

After 6:00 p.m. - Women
Appropriate dresses, skirts, slacks and blouses/ tops are acceptable. Golf length shorts are permitted on Clubroom patio.

May 1 - October 31
Golf length shorts are permitted during the evening in the Club Room.

Golf

GOLF:

Men: Shirts (properly tucked in) with collars and sleeves, or golf-approved mock-neck shirt, slacks, or golf-length shorts are considered appropriate attire. Examples of inappropriate attire include but are not limited to tank tops, blue jeans or blue shorts, t-shirts, non-golf specific designer mock-neck shirts, fishnet tops, cutoffs, sweat pants, bathing suits, tennis shorts, cargo shorts, or other athletic shorts.

Juniors: Juniors under the age of sixteen may wear a golf tee shirt (properly tucked in) if approved by the Golf Shop with appropriate golf-length shorts. Juniors under 12 may wear "cargo shorts".

Women: Dresses, skirts, slacks, golf-length shorts, and blouses with collars and/or sleeves are considered appropriate attire. Examples of inappropriate attire include but are not limited to halter tops or tank tops, fishnet tops, bathing suits, sweat pants, leggings and compression style workout pants (unless worn as an under layer), blue jeans or blue jean shorts, tennis dresses, athletic shorts, or cutoffs.

Shoes: Appropriate non-metal spike golf shoes are required on the golf course. Use of shoes other than golf shoes must be approved by the Golf Shop.

This dress code is mandatory for all players. Improperly dressed golfers will be asked to change before playing. When in doubt, please check with the Golf Shop before starting play.

Tennis & Pickleball

TENNIS AND PICKLEBALL:

Men: Shirts with collars or tennis-approved collarless shirts with sleeves, but no graphics, advertisements, or silk-screened shirts and tennis shorts are considered appropriate attire. Examples of inappropriate attire include but are not limited to tank tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cut-offs, blue jean shorts, sweat pants, blue jeans, bathing suits, or other athletic shorts.

Juniors: Juniors under the age of sixteen may wear a tennis tee shirt if approved by the Tennis Shop.

Women: Tennis dresses, skirts, shorts, shirts, tennis tanks, and blouses are considered appropriate attire. Examples of inappropriate attire include but are not limited to halter tops, fishnet tops, bathing suits, sweat pants, blue jean shorts, blue jeans, or other athletic shorts.

Shoes: Appropriate tennis shoes are required on the tennis courts.

Proper tennis etiquette should be observed at all times. Excessive noise, racquet throwing, or profanity is not permitted at any time.

Fitness

FITNESS:

Examples of inappropriate attire include but are not limited to sports bras worn alone, cut-offs, dungarees, bathing suits, and open-toed shoes such as sandals. Shirts must be worn.

Croquet

CROQUET


Whites and lights preferred. Soft-soled flat shoes.