Members and visitors are expected to comply with the following dress code both in and around the clubhouse and on the course. Club and Professional staff will give guidance if needed and are authorised to ask anyone not appropriately dressed either to change or, if necessary, to leave the Club.
Players on the course are expected to maintain a high standard of dress and are required to wear smart, conventional golfing attire i.e. that which is generally sold in golf retail outlets.
Metal spike, soft spike or dimple sole golf shoes must be worn by players on the golf course.
Denim jeans, cargo shorts, tracksuits, training shoes and shell suits are not permitted, and nor are vests, t-shirts, rugby or football shirts with or without slogans.
All trousers and shorts must be tailored. Gentlemen wearing tailored shorts may now wear with knee length socks, short sport socks or trainer socks (no shows) in either black, blue or white.
Gentlemen’s shirts must have a collar or polo neck and must be kept tucked inside trousers or shorts.
Clean golf shoes may be worn for access to and from the Professional’s shop and the locker rooms, and in the Centenary Hall in the designated area near the bar accessed from the Terrace.
Smart clean casual wear may be worn in the Centenary Hall, Mixed Lounge and the Fixby Room (and in the Yorkshire Bar, if the Centenary Hall and Mixed Lounge are reserved for official functions).Wet or dirty clothing, or any form of headgear, must not be worn in any part of the Clubhouse other than when accessing the locker rooms. At no time will stocking or bare feet be tolerated