Dress Code
Golf attire is to be worn on the golf course, golf practice areas, putting green, Learning Center, and in the Club House and patio areas. It is unacceptable to wear workout attire, T-shirts, denim-shorts, jeans (designer or otherwise), overalls, work pants, cut- offs, military cargo shorts or pants anywhere at the Club. The dress code is defined as follows:
 
Gentlemen (and Boys):
Golf attire is defined by the following:
 
a. Collared Shirts
b. Turtlenecks/mock turtlenecks/short sleeve mock turtlenecks
c. Pullovers – as long as collared shirt and/or turtleneck/mock turtleneck is/are worn underneath
d. Bermuda length golf shorts no shorter than 3 inches above the knee
e. Golf slacks
f. Hats and caps worn front-wards only
g. Absolutely no denim garments allowed on the golf course or practice facilities
h. No military cargo shorts.  Pockets on shorts must be flush with short
 
Exception: “Tasteful Denim” is allowed to be worn in all facilities for dining. Tasteful Denim shall be permitted on all areas of the Club House and Learning Center for members and their guests. Golf attire must be worn if members and their guests are utilizing the indoor bays/driving range and the golf course.
 
* Shirts must be tucked in at all times while at the Club.
 
Ladies (and Girls):
Golf attire is defined by the following:
 
a. Shirts must have a tailored collar
b. Turtlenecks/mock turtlenecks
c. Bermuda shorts, Bermuda length skirts, and skorts no shorter than mid thigh or Capri pants
d. Golf slacks
e. Pullovers – as long as tailored collared shirt and/or turtleneck/mock turtleneck is present underneath
f. Shirts that are properly finished (hemmed or designed to be left un-tucked) are permitted; all other shirts must be tucked in while playing golf
g. Short shorts or mini skirts are never permitted on the grounds
 
Exception: “Tasteful Denim” is allowed to be worn in all facilities for dining. Tasteful Denim shall be permitted on all areas of the Club House and Learning Center for members and their guests. Golf attire must be worn if members and their guests are utilizing the indoor bays/driving range and the golf course.
 
Members are responsible for the attire of their guests.
 
The Club’s golf professional staff may deny course and practice privileges to any individual whose attire does not conform to the dress code.