It is the intent of the Club to create a generally relaxed, family atmosphere while maintaining a sense of style and dignity in keeping with the tradition and prestige of our Club. To that end, members, guests, and visitors should be suitably attired at all times. While tastes and styles may vary, members and guests are asked to use common sense in considering what to wear for a particular occasion. Most of us know what inappropriate attire is when we see it. For example: short shorts, sweats (shirts/pants), athletic or jogging shorts, spandex biking shorts and tops, cut-offs, halter tops, fish net or tank tops and T-shirts, etc. Members are responsible for informing their guests that appropriate attire is required to be worn and should ask a member of management if they have any specific questions. In an attempt to be flexible and sensitive to styles, the Club reserves the right to retain a degree of subjectivity in interpreting the Dress Code. The Club will attempt to address any violation of the dress code policy in a discreet and professional manner. When circumstances warrant, however, the Club reserves the right to ask offending parties to "leave the premises."
The following are some specific guidelines as to appropriate attire:
Casual attire is permissible at all times in the Clubhouse and Clubhouse grounds. Blue denim jeans are acceptable on the lower level of the Clubhouse and outside patio and pool at all times. Men and boys are required to wear collared or mock turtleneck shirts. Shower shoes are permissible only in the pool area and locker rooms. The dress code applies to all adults and children over the age of seven.
Golf course, range and putting green
Male golfers of all ages are required to wear slacks (no jeans) or golf shorts and collared or mock turtle neck golf shirts, which should be worn tucked in. Cargo shorts may be permissible as long as they are un-tattered and worn appropriately at the waist.
Female golfers of all ages are required to wear appropriate length golf skirts, golf shorts or slacks with golf shirt. Golf hats and visors may be worn in the locker rooms or Pro Shop, but not in the Clubhouse.
Proper swimming attire is required at the swimming complex. Swim attire is not permitted on the golf course, in the Clubhouse, or on the Clubhouse Patio. Denim is permitted at the Swim Complex.
Proper tennis attire is required on the tennis courts and is permitted anywhere on the property with the exception of the golf course, practice range, or putting green. Men- collared shirts, tennis shorts or practice shorts; Women-tank-tops, cap sleeve, collared shirts, and tennis skirts or shorts; Juniors-T-shirts are permitted.