Golf Course Dress Code

Any member, guest or family member whose attire violates this dress code will not be allowed to use the practice facilities or the Golf Course.  Golf Club members are responsible for advising their guests and family members regarding the Dress Code. This includes non-golfing guests.  The Golf Course Dress Code applies to children of all ages while using the golf course or any practice facilities. The Board has authorized the Staff to ask any member or guest to change before using the golf facilities, or leave the course or practice facilities should they be in violation of the Dress Code.  Your cooperation and understanding is appreciated.

Men

  • Collared shirts with sleeves must be worn on the course or practice facilities.  Shirts must be tucked in at all times.  Turtleneck shirts or mock turtlenecks are acceptable. Tee shirts are not acceptable.
  • Slacks or knickers are acceptable; shorts up to four (4) inches above the back of the knee are acceptable. Slacks or pants designed to be "5 pocket style" are acceptable provided they are not made of denim material.  Shorts with raised pockets (cargo style shorts) are not acceptable.  Denim of any type is never acceptable on the golf course or any practice facilities.
  • Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times on the golf course or any practice facilities.  No metal spikes are permitted anywhere on the club property.
  • All Clothing, including footwear, is to be changed in the locker rooms.

Women

  • Collared or collarless golf shirts or tops are acceptable: sleeveless blouses or tops must have a collar and collarless blouses or tops must have sleeves.
  • Golf skirts, slacks or walking (bermuda) shorts are permitted.  Skirts or shorts must not be more than 4 inches above the back of the knee, or they must have an outer seam of at least 18 inches.
  • Tank tops, halter tops, tennis shorts or skirts, tee shirts, cut offs, or athletic tights are never permitted on the golf course or any practice facilities.
  • Legging must be worn with an appropriate skirt or shorts.
  • Denim of any type style is never acceptable on the golf course or any practice facilities.
  • Appropriate footwear must be worn at all times on the golf course or any practice facilities.  No metal spikes are permitted anywhere on the club property.
  • All clothing, including footwear,is to be changed in the locker rooms.

Ranch and Members Clubhouse Dress Code

Golf and Social Members, their families and guests must be properly dressed at all times in a fashion befitting the surroundings and atmosphere of the Club.  It is the responsibility of the Member to inform their family and guests of the dress requirements.  The Board reserves the right and has authorized management to deny service and/or access to anyone improperly dressed.  Your cooperation and understanding is appreciated.

  • Men must remove hats, caps and visors while seated in all indoor dining areas.  Members and guests using the outside patio may wear head gear.  All head gear must be worn with the visor or bill facing forward.
  • Denim attire is permitted in all areas of the clubhouse (unless otherwise specified for a party or event).  Denim must be tasteful, absent of tears or skin showing through the garment.
  • No swimwear, bare midriffs, men's tank tops or abbreviated attire is permitted.  Inappropriate attire includes clothing with offensive or profane content, halter tops, fishnet tops, cut offs, or shorts that are shorter than 5" inseam or an 18" outer seam.
  • Prior to 4:00 p.m. appropriate fitness or tennis attire may be worn in the Grille, Bar or Patio areas. Acceptable fitness or tennis attire includes, warm up suits or cover ups but not fleece, sweat suits or athletic tights.
  • Shoes must be worn at all times, Golf shoes may be worn provided they are soft spikes.
  • Men's shirts must have sleeves.