Dress Code & Cell Phones

Clubhouse Dress Code

Clubhouse Informal Attire

Men

  • Must wear collared shirts with sleeves*
  • Shirts are to be worn in the style for which they were designed (tucked-in vs. untucked)
  • Shirts with oversized slogans are not acceptable.
  • Sporting attire – other than sweatshirts and sweatpants – is acceptable, with the exception of tennis shorts.
  • Long pants and Bermuda-length shorts are acceptable.
  • No denim clothing.
  • Sandals are acceptable, flip-flops are not
  • On all types of footwear designed for laces, the laces must be laced and tied.
  • No hats, caps, or visors may be worn; this applies on the Grill Porch as well as inside the Clubhouse.

*Men may wear shirts without collars in the Library Bar

Women

  • Must wear shirts or blouses in the style for which they were designed (tucked-in vs. untucked)
  • Tube/spandex tops are not permitted without an outer shirt.
  • Midriffs may not be exposed.
  • Shirts with oversized slogans are not acceptable.
  • Sporting attire – other than sweatshirts and sweatpants – is acceptable, with the exception of tennis skirts. Long pants and Bermuda-length shorts are acceptable along with skirts that are not indiscreetly short
  • Skirts that are indiscreetly short are not acceptable without warmups or leggings. No denim clothing. Sandals are acceptable
  • On all types of footwear designed for laces, the laces must be laced and tied.
  • No sporting hats, caps, or visors may be worn.

Children

Other than infants and toddlers, same as above.

Library Bar

Men may wear shirts without collars. All other standards apply.

Clubhouse Formal Attire

Men

  • Must wear a suit or sport coat with a collared dress shirt that is tucked in
  • Crew-neck shirts/sweaters are not acceptable.
  • Untucked shirts and loosened ties are not acceptable.
  • Slacks must be tailored dress pants (including khakis)
  • Long shorts are acceptable if worn with Bermuda-style long socks. Dress shoes (including loafers) must be worn
  • On all types of footwear designed for laces, the laces must be laced and tied
  • Sneakers are inappropriate.
  • No hats, caps or visors.
  • No denim clothing.
    • Notes: Private Events, Club Events and Holidays – A tie is required unless otherwise stated.
    • Dining Operations – A coat, but no tie, is required in the Dining Room and Living Room. If a member is having dinner in either the Grill or Dining Room and would like to sit in the Living Room, a coat is required.

Women

  • Are expected to wear dresses, pant suits or full-length tailored pants with a blouse and blazer
  • Elegant/dressy sweaters are also acceptable
  • Exposed midriffs are not acceptable.
  • Indiscreetly short skirts are not acceptable.
  • Formal, non-sporting hats that match the outfit or the season are acceptable
  • No sporting hats, caps or visors.
  • No sneakers or denim clothing.

Children

  • Same as above.
  • Children at weddings and other formal events must follow the adult dress code and adult standards of behavior.
  • During holiday events, boys nine years or younger may wear a collared shirt, with or without a sweater, in place of a coat and tie; dress pants and dress shoes are still required.
    • Note: If, for any medical reason, a member or guest is inconvenienced by the dress code (i.e., a leg cast, a need to wear a cap, etc.), please tell the front desk or one of the management staff when making your reservation. These policies apply to guests as well.

Golf Dress Code

Attire on the golf course, Practice Range and Putting Green shall be in good taste and with forethought.  For men and boys, shirts tucked in, with collars and Bermuda length shorts (preferred to be no more than four inches above the knee) are minimally acceptable attire. For women and girls, conventional blouses and T-shirts (not sloganned) and either pants or Bermuda length shorts and skirts (preferred to be no more than four inches above the knee) are minimally acceptable attire. For all players, clothing with offensive language or designs, blue jeans, short shorts, cargo or tennis shorts, bathing suits, tank tops and halter tops are not considered suitable. All hats must be worn the correct way.

Members are responsible for the attire of their family and guests.

Clubhouse Dining

Golf attire is acceptable within the informal areas of the Clubhouse.  Men and women are asked to remove their hats. After golf, please freshen up before appearing in any of these areas.


Electronic Device Policy

Talking on a cell phone, smartphone or tablet is permitted in the Club’s telephone booths or inside an automobile, but nowhere else in the Clubhouse, on the golf course, or on the grounds. Non-disruptive texting, emailing, or reading on a cell phone, smartphone or tablet, similar to reading a newspaper, a book, or checking a personal calendar, is acceptable if done discreetly.

The use of GPS and measuring devices is permitted on the golf course unless otherwise noted by the Golf Committee.