CLUBHOUSE DRESS CODE & CELL PHONE POLICY

DRESS CODE

To assure a quality experience for all members and guests, we ask that you respect our dress code. Members are responsible for their and their guests’ compliance with the Clubhouse dress code and policies and are asked to remedy the situation. The General Manager along with supervisory staff and hostesses are authorized by the Board of Trustees to notify members and guests of and enforce the dress code and Clubhouse policies. Members are asked to refer violations to these staff members for resolution. Good judgment will be exercised in determining what constitutes appropriate attire in the Clubhouse. If in doubt, check with management first.

Appropriate Attire for Men

Walking and cargo shorts
Slacks
Shirts with sleeves and collars, mock collars or turtlenecks
Sweaters

Appropriate Attire for Women

Walking and cargo shorts
Slacks, pants, skirts, skorts and capris
Blouses and tops
Sweaters
Dresses

Denim, any color, is permitted in the 19th Hole Grille, Dining Room, Heritage Room and Oaks Room, provided clothing is NOT bleached, frayed, tattered, torn or has raw edges. Denim overalls are not permitted.  Certain events may choose to exclude denim and must include this exception in publicity, flyers and registration confirmations. T-shirts are only permitted for children 12 years old and younger. Muscle shirts, bare midriffs, provocative attire, short shorts, sweatpants and swim wear are not permitted. Gentlemen are requested to remove caps and hats.  Footwear is required throughout the Clubhouse.


CELL PHONE USAGE

Clubhouse including Dining Room, 19th Hole Grille, Heritage Room and Oaks Room the use of cell phones within these areas is RESTRICTED. Members, transfer members, their families and guests must put their phones on vibrate/silent and step outside to make or receive calls.