Etiquette & Attire


Proper etiquette from every player should be a matter of pride. No matter what golf course you are playing, take pride in leaving the golf course in better shape than you found it. Cell phones should be placed on a non-ring or vibrate mode while on the golf course. Please replace all divots. If you can not replace your divot, please use the sand bottles provided on the carts. Sand bottle refills can be found on holes 6 and 14 as well as at the driving range. Please fix your ball mark and one other on every green. Always rake bunkers when finished. Please place rakes INSIDE of bunkers when finished.


Members, spouses, dependents and guests are expected to wear the appropriate attire when on Club property. Members should remind their guests of the dress code prior to their arrival at the Club. The following dress code applies in the clubhouse, golf course and on the practice facilities:

Men’s shirts must be business casual or appropriate golf attire – with sleeves, collars (this includes mock-necks) and tucked in at all times. These are minimum requirements.

Women’s shirts
must not be strapless or have spaghetti straps, unless for a special function.

Only shorts up to four inches above the knee are permitted for both men and women.

Hats and visors shall not to be worn inside the Clubhouse, except for the Golf Shop and Locker Rooms.

Golf shoes may not be worn past the Member’s Grille toward the lobby of the main Clubhouse or anywhere in the Manor House.

Inappropriate attire for all Members and guests includes swimming attire, gym shorts, shorts that are not of Bermuda length, running pants, sweat pants, spandex, tube tops and exposed midriffs, as well as T-shirts.

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