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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09.07.2020 07:04
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All players are reminded to repair pitchmarks with the surface being softer due to recent wet weather. Areas around several greens marked with tape and paint are non-playing areas. These areas have been sown with seed to improve recovery. Please do not play from or walk through these areas unless retrieving your ball. Members Only. NO PLAY FROM 1st TEE UNTIL 7:30AM. Please follow the social distancing guidelines set out by government and keep 2 metres apart at all times. Please do not touch the flag pins and use your putter to operate lifting mechanism for lifting ball from the hole. To help spread the wear on tees we would ask that you use white markers too. This is more an issue on the par 3 holes. There are NO rakes at present in the bunkers so we kindly ask that you use the sole of your foot and club to level out the sand for the next player. Please continue to replace divots. Alan Boyd Deputy Head Greenkeeper
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