Golfers are expected to wear clothing that is smart, tidy and is readily recognisable golfing attire.  Golf shoes must be worn on the Course – with spikes or soft studs/stipples.

Trousers, shorts, or skirts should be tailored, and we would prefer golf shirts to be tucked in unless designed to be worn outside the waist band.

Knee or ankle length sports socks, of any colour may be worn with shorts or skirts. Caps to be worn peak forward.

Items not considered to be recognised golf clothing include all denim, cargo shorts or combat style, beach or athletic wear including training shoes, T-shirts, track suits and football/rugby shirts.



We seek to provide a relaxed and sociable ambience throughout the clubhouse, and welcome smart casual wear.

Items that are not considered smart casual include:

Blue or distressed Denim jeans (black or coloured jeans acceptable) beachwear, outdoor wet weather, soiled or untidy clothing.
Golf shoes of any variety which have been worn on the Course and outdoor wet weather clothing are not permitted in the main function rooms.
Deck and casual shoes worn with or without socks are permitted.

All Club functions and organised events require appropriate standards of attire and the dress code for each event will be specified when promoting the function or event.

Juniors are encouraged to dress with consideration to the above dress code.

Course Status

Championship Course - Open

Channel Course - Open

Last Updated — 12:00am, 23rd November 2023