Proper golf attire for course, practice facilities, and clubhouse
Clubhouse and Practice Facilities: This is area that common sense applies, we want to grow the game by being very welcoming to everyone interested in it. Also, understanding todays leisure and athletic wear worn by most and now sold by most golf apparel companies do not meet the "golf standard" for dress. We are relaxing the atmosphere on our practice facilities so that everyone feels welcome, you can come from the gym if you like but please understand there is a very diverse group using the practice facilities including children, the casual golfer, and the very serious golfer, even some tour and future tour players. Be mindful and respect those around with your behavior and your dress.
Men - Shirts with collars or mock necks and sleeves. Shorts should be of Bermuda style (no athletic, denim or swimwear) and any full length bottom should be a slack (no sweatpants, no denim, or other athletic type pant). Denim may be worn between Thanksgiving and Easter
Women - Dresses, skirts, slacks, mid-length shorts, leggings, and blouses are considered appropriate attire. If worn on the LPGA tour it is permissible. Halter tops, tee shirts, cut-offs, sweat pants, warm-up suits, blue jeans, swim wear, are not permitted.