Dress Code: Smart but casual

The concept of smart but casual should be embraced by everyone, to ensure guests and visitors feel welcome and comfortable within the Clubhouse environment, while still maintaining an acceptable dress code.

Dining Room, Lounge, Function Room, Family Room, Spike Bar & Games Room (Not Acceptable)

* Any form of headwear
* Collarless shirts (except generally recognised golf attire)
* Non-tailored shorts. Not longer than knee length
* Dirty, ripped or torn clothing
* Football, rugby and other non-golf sportswear
* Beachwear
* Work Boots

On the Course (Not Acceptable)

* Collarless shirts (except generally recognised Golf Course Attire)
* Shirts worn outside waistband
* Trainers or non-golfing shoes
* Denim Jeans (including under waterproof trousers)
* Gents cropped Trousers

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Course Status
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23.01.2020 08:00
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Main greens in-play. Please note that due to the 18th tee reconstruction we ask all players to play from the Teeing area on Fairway as we install a new main drain for the tee. Please take extra care with the course still being wet in areas. Follow all course signage to minimise traffic damage. Winter wheels MUST be used on all electric trolleys. Buggies Permitted for registered users only. Fairway mats MUST be used on all close mown areas. Please repair pitchmarks, rake bunkers, and replace divots. All newly constructed bunkers are non-play areas and are marked with hazard tape to show this. Extra care is requested when retrieving you ball from these areas. Logs from 18th tee tree removal are available for members from the delivery gates at the bottom of the car park. Stewart Carbray Head Greenkeeper
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