Dress Code Policy

In the Clubhouse:

Proper attire is required for Sunday Brunch. For men, that would include dress or nice casual slacks and a collared shirt. A jacket is not required.

For ladies, appropriate attire in relationship to the men’s dress code.

No golf or tennis attire, blue jeans, golf or tennis shoes will be permitted in the Banquet Rooms.

Proper attire for Overlook Bar & Grill and Veranda is as follows: Dress is casual, including golf, tennis attire. and dress denim (neat-looking). Tattered, torn, ragged, and soiled denim are not acceptable or appropriate. The wearing of hats and visors will not be permitted in all dining areas.

Denim is not acceptable or appropriate on the golf course, practice facilities or tennis courts. When bringing guests to the club please inform them of our dress code policy.


Acceptable Wear - On the Golf Course:

This dress code is mandatory for all players. Improperly dressed golfers will be asked to change before playing. Members are responsible for their quests concerning proper attire.

Gentlemen
Shirts with collars, sleeves, and fully tucked in.

Slacks and golf shorts up to four inches above the knee are considered appropriate attire.

Ladies
Dresses, skirts , slacks, golf shorts, and blouses are considered appropriate attire.

Shoes
Appropriate golf shoes or approved shoes are required on the golf course and practice areas.

Not Acceptable Wear - On the Golf Course:

Tank tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cut-offs, jams, sweatpants, denim jeans, bathing suits, tennis shorts, or other athletic shorts more than four inches above the knee are not permitted.

Use of shoes other than golf shoes must be approved by the golf pro shop. Football spikes, baseball spikes, and tennis shoes are not permitted.

Denim is not acceptable or appropriate on the golf course, practice facilities or tennis courts. When bringing guests to the club please inform them of our dress code policy.