Club Dress Code

Bistro on the Green and Bistro Patio

  • Tuesday through Sunday: Relaxed
 

Grille Room and Grille Room Patio:

  • Tuesday through Friday: Relaxed
  • Saturday: Upscale Casual
 

York Room

  • Tuesday through Thursday: Business Casual
  • Friday and Saturday: Business
 

Garden Room, Grand Ballroom, Crystal Room and Board Room:

  • Dress Code is event specific in these areas

 

Golf Course & Practice Areas

  • Our gentlemen and ladies dress codes apply to all junior players as well.
     
  • Shoes: All golfers must wear clean appropriate footwear on the golf course and practice areas. Soft spikes must be worn by all members and guests.
     
  • Shorts: Walking shorts are permitted, and as a general guideline should be no shorter than (3”) three inches from the top of the kneecap.  It is recognized, however, that a person's height may make it difficult to meet this standard.  In general, the interpretation of proper golf-short attire will be based on the type of shorts sold in golf shops at private country clubs, and will be based on the fashions worn by men and women golf professionals. In no way are cut-offs, bathing suits, jean pants or shorts of any color, tennis skirts, jogging attire, or brief attire allowed.
     
  • Shirts: Tank tops, bare midriffs, and fishnet tops are not permitted. T- Shirts are not permitted at any time. Gentlemen's shirttails must be tucked in at all times.
     
  • Hats: Caps or visors may not be worn backwards and hats are to be removed when in the clubhouse. Caps and visors are acceptable in the locker rooms, 19th Hole and Gazebo areas, but not throughout the clubhouse.
     
  • The final judgment of whether an individual does not meet the intent of this code is the responsibility of the golf professional or his staff.

 

Relaxed:

Golf attire or business attire with neatly pressed, properly fitted slacks or khakis, and appropriate shirt with collar or mock collar. Proper shorts are permitted. Tasteful and properly fitted denim attire is acceptable and includes jeans, skirts, shirts and jackets. Frayed, torn, faded, cutoff, and ‘work’ denim is not permissible. Dress shirts and golf shirts must remain tucked – no visible shirt tags. Button down sports shirts with no visible tags may remain untucked - only if the shirt has been tailored or designed to be worn in this manner. Proper USTA tennis apparel, golf spikes, hats, caps, and visors may be worn in the Bistro on the Green/Bistro Patio only. However, this type of attire is not permitted in any other indoor area of the Club.  

Upscale Casual:

Golf attire, business attire with neatly pressed, properly fitted slacks or khakis, and appropriate shirt with collar or mock collar.  Proper shorts are permitted.  Men must remove hats, caps or visors.  Denim attire is not permitted.  Dress shirts and golf shirts must remain tucked – no visible shirt tags.  Button down sports shirts with no visible tags may remain untucked - only if the shirt has been tailored or designed to be worn in this manner.

Business Casual:

Neatly pressed or properly fitted slacks and collared shirts are required for men.  Men’s shirts must remain tucked.  Shorts are not permitted.  Men’s suit jackets, sport coats and neckties are optional.  Denim attire is not permitted.  Women may wear dresses, skirts, business suits, pant suits or dress slacks with appropriate tops.  
 

Business:

Neatly pressed or properly fitted slacks and collared shirts are required for men.  Men’s shirts must remain tucked.  Shorts are not permitted.  Men’s suit jackets or sport coats are required, however, neckties are optional.  Denim attire is not permitted.  Evening attire is suggested for women.  Women may wear dresses, skirts, business suits, pant suits or dress slacks with appropriate tops.