In line with the club’s desire to foster a friendly and inclusive atmosphere, its requirements regarding dress standards and etiquette are more relaxed than most clubs. However, there are some limits that must be observed by Members and visitors to the club.

Dress Standards

Members and visitors are required to wear NEAT CASUAL DRESS, in good condition, while on the course, or in the clubhouse. The following is considered unacceptable at all times:

  • Thongs or similar type open footwear without heel retainers. Appropriate footware must be worn at all times.
  • Singlets
  • NOTE: Shoes worn on the course are not permitted to be worn inside the clubhouse.
  • It is expected that members will maintain higher dress standards and are requested to avoid the following:
  • Shirts without collars.
  • Football or similar type shorts.
  • Tracksuits or similar type, loose fitting pants or tops.
  • Clothing with large logo’s or brand names.
  • Training type shoes or runners.
  • Dark socks worn with shorts.
  • Jeans, denim or other.


Member and visitors are required to observe the following points of Etiquette to ensure everyone receives the greatest pleasure from their round of golf.

  • Do not hit until the players in front are out of range
  • When searching for the ball, call the following players through as soon as it becomes apparent that it will not be easily found. Once the following players have been called through, do not continue until they have passed and are out of range.
  • Play without delay. If the players ahead are one clear fairway in front, you are expected to increase your speed of play, or call the following players through.
  • In consideration of other golfers, keep noise levels to a minimum.
  • Do not intentionally hit down adjacent fairways.
  • Move your buggies to the side or behind the green before commencing to putt. When all players have finished putting leave the green immediately.
  • Carry a sand bucket at all times
  • Replace divots, repair pitch marks and rake out bunkers.