UP TO (DRESS) CODE
IN THE CLUBHOUSE
The House Committee, through the Board of Directors, was tasked over the last several months to assess our
current dress code to determine its relevance in today’s Club atmosphere and to ensure it accurately follows
the Club’s Mission and Vision. The Club continually makes an effort to be family focused with policies, facilities
and activities designed with multiple generations in mind. The Board determined that the following dress code
amendment was the best suited for our Club and will be implemented on a trial basis starting in July. The
Board will be collecting feedback over several months from members. To provide feedback, please email your
comments to email@example.com
stop in and enjoy this summer’s selection of
All Members and guests are required to respect the Club’s dress code, to maintain a level of dress appropriate
for a private golf and country club and to wear attire which is neat, clean and appropriate for the various
Club areas (course, courts, fitness, Clubhouse, etc.) in order that all Members can be assured of a dignified
atmosphere to entertain themselves, their families and their guests. Members are responsible for their guests
and are expected to advise them of Club rules and traditions BEFORE they arrive on Club property.
NOT Acceptable at the Clubhouse:
Beach wear, flip flops, cargo shorts and pants (gusseted pockets), cotton style sweat pants, caps and clothing
bearing logos, emblems, slogans, numbers and illustrations not related to golf or tennis. Hats and caps in the
Clubhouse (men) or hats and caps with peaks worn backwards.
b e s t sel
Bulleit, Lemonade, Diet Sprite
Rye Whiskey, Bourbon or Dillon’s White Rye, Bitters, Sweet Vermouth
Mint, Fresh Squeezed Lime, Rum
Dark ‘N Stormy
Dark Rum, Ginger Beer, Bitters, Lime
Collarless t-shirts (except fitness or tennis wear), no cotton tees, sleeveless shirts.
Vodka, Ginger Beer, Bitters, Lime
Halter style tops, tank tops, bare midriffs. Short shorts, ‘skorts’ or short skirts. Golf and tennis appropriate accepted.
Bacardi Dark Rum, Bacardi 8 Year Old Rum, Orange Juice, Fresh Squeezed Lime, Bulleit
The dress code rules for Clubhouse apply to junior Members and junior guests.
Unfiltered Gin 22, Campari, Sweet Vermouth, Bitters
Gin, Vodka, Rum, Tequila, Triple Sec, Lemon
Tailored pants or Bermuda shorts, collared shirt (men), tailored shirts may be worn outside of slacks and closed
toe shoes (men).
Long Island Iced Tea
Dress Codes Definitions:
Fitness wear, tennis wear, golf wear and smart denim defined as the following:
Smart denim - Denim appropriate for a private club and in good repair, without any rips, tears, frayed ends or
holes, worn appropriately will be permitted in certain areas of the Clubhouse and Tennis Chalet. Denim is not
permitted on the golf course, practice areas, chipping/putting greens or tennis courts.
THE OXFORD ROOM
Jacket, collared shirt (men), slacks, and tie (optional).
S OE N I N G
Jacket and tie (men).
Clubhouse Dress Code Per Area
Oxford Room, Terrace, Grill Room, Terrace Lounge, locker rooms, hallways and common areas – Relaxed
Glenmore Lounge, Glenmore Dining Room, Glenmore Patio – Club Casual
Banquet areas and Club events – Club Casual or Business Standard as prescribed by the event
Private functions – As prescribed by the convenor
Note: Dress codes already in effect for Golf, Tennis, Fitness and Trap and Skeet remain in effect.
The Board of Directors have instructed staff to enforce the dress codes by bringing any dress code violations
by a Member to the attention of the Member immediately and, in the case of a guest, to the attention of the
Member accompanying that guest. In turn, Members are asked to respect them in their duty. Anyone who does
not take corrective action to address the violation in question may be denied services. All such violations will
be reported to the General Manager.