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Section 1 - Club & Dining Attire

A. Golf Course Attire

Proper golf attire must be worn by all persons on the golf course as well as the driving range and practice facilities. This rule applies to all members, member’s children and member’s guests. This includes:

  • Soft Spike shoes only
  • Collared shirts or mock turtle necks for men
  • No “jeans” of any color
  • No short shorts, cut-offs or cargo shorts
  • Men’s and boys’ shirts must be tucked in
  • No hats may be worn backwards

B. Pool Attire

Persons in swimming attire are limited to the pool, playground, and snack bar area. Members and their guests are permitted to sit on the new Pool Terrace in cover-ups. No cover ups or bathing suits will be permitted inside the bar/restaurant. Cover-ups and shoes must be worn when eating at the snack bar. Members who reside at the Club, however, may go through the Clubhouse to the pool area in bathing attire under proper cover-ups.

C. Tennis Attire

All players must wear proper tennis sneakers and regular tennis attire. Children 16 years old and under may wear tennis appropriate t-shirts. Players wearing improper sneakers or improper attire will not be permitted use of the courts.

Tennis Shoes appropriate for Har-Tru courts (not basketball, jogging or training shoes) are required for everyone over the age of 12.

Collared or non-collared tennis shirts for men and boys (anything sold in the Pro Shop or of similar style is appropriate).

D. Dining Room Attire

Members and their guests are expected to wear appropriate attire at all times when dining at the Club during the various events.

The following dress codes apply:

  • A = Black Tie
  • B = Jacket and Tie
  • C = Jacket, Tie Optional, Collared Shirts
  • D = No Jacket, No Tie (slacks/collared shirts for men)
  • E = No Jacket or Tie (Bermuda length shorts permitted)

Please check the Club calendar for the Dress Code of the evening.

1. “Blue jeans in good taste” may be worn for lunch and dinner on Wednesday through Sunday, with the exception of Saturday evening (unless specified for special events) .“Blue jeans in good taste” are defined as denim that is not excessively faded and is free of rips, tears or holes. “Blue jeans in good taste” are never allowed on the golf course, golf practice areas or tennis courts.

2. Men must wear collared shirts in the Dining Room at all times. During lunch, proper tennis and golf attire will be permitted. Such attire includes that which would be acceptable on the tennis courts or on the golf course, including Bermuda length shorts. Bermuda length shorts are not allowed for dinner in the Dining Room, with the exception of Sunday evenings.

3. T-shirts, tank tops, hoodies, sweatshirts, short shorts, cut-off jeans, cargo pants or shorts, running shorts, and rubber flip flops are not permitted in the clubhouse or dining facilities. Women’s visors or fashion hats women are permitted in the Dining Room. Baseball caps are permitted in the club’s outdoor dining facilities only.

4. Bathing attire and cover-ups of any kind are not permitted in the clubhouse and clubhouse dining areas. Bathing cover-ups are permitted on the new Pool Terrace, however no bathing attire or cover-ups will be permitted inside the bar/restaurant. Cover-ups and shoes must be worn when eating at the snack bar.

5. Fitness and exercise clothes shall not be worn in the main clubhouse or clubhouse dining facilities. They may be worn in appropriate areas such as the fitness center, locker room areas, snack bar and pool areas.

Section 2 - Cell Phone Policy

Cell phones are permitted on Club property, however the Club has a strict "no talking" cell phone policy. Cell phone usage for the purpose of a phone call is permitted in designated areas only. Those areas are the parking lot and men’s and women’s locker rooms. Talking on a cell phone is prohibited in all other areas of the Club.

Cell phones are permitted at the sports facilities: tennis courts, golf course and practice facilities; however the Club has a "no sound" policy when using any type of electronic device. No electronic beeping, ringing or other sound from an electronic device of any kind is allowed.