Guests must be informed of dress requirements in advance to avoid embarrassment. If you are hosting a corporate day please make your guests aware of the dress regualtions:

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The golf course, Clubhouse and driving range are subject to the dress regulations below and it is expected that members and guests will utilise facilities with a well groomed appearance.

  • Tailored shorts may be worn by men or ladies.
  • Men’s shorts must be above the knee.
  • Men with shorts must wear either long socks or calf length plain or predominantly white socks. Ankle socks are acceptable.
  • Slacks must not be worn tucked into socks (unless plus 2’s or plus 4’s).
  • Men’s shirts must be worn tucked in. *
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes must be worn on the course and practice areas.
  • Casual dress shoes (not sandals) may be worn in the Clubhouse without socks.

*Neat untucked shirt permitted in restaurant


  • Football or sporting type shorts.
  • Tops displaying large motifs or advertising.
  • Shirts without collars (an exception applies to women’s attire and shirts that are specifically designed for golf).
  • Denim of any description (Children under 12 are exempt from this policy.) **
  • Three quarter length pants (an exception applies to women’s attire).
  • Track suit pants/tops or any type of gymnasium attire.
  • Running shoes, thongs, sandals, or bare feet.
  • Draw string pants or shorts.
  • Cargo shorts and pants, or pants with external side pockets on the trouser legs.
  • Coloured socks or socks with excessive sport motifs or stripes.
  • Caps should not be turned backwards or worn in the clubhouse (including in the Golf Shop).
  • Metal spikes are not permitted.

Members are at all times responsible for the attire of their  guests. Guests must be informed of dress requirements in advance to avoid embarrassment.

The National Golf Club Committee has instructed all staff to strictly enforce the above dress regulations and their judgement as to the suitability of attire shall be considered final.

**Neat denim permitted in restaurant


Smoking is not permitted in the Clubhouse or on the golf courses.


The use of mobile phones for the purpose of making or receiving telephone calls is strictly prohitited in the Clubhouse or on the golf courses. The use of mobile phones (for the above purpose) is only permitted outside the Clubhouse on the Old Course side, or in the car park and locker rooms. Mobile phones may be carried (but must be switched off) on the course for the use of medical emergencies ONLY.

The quiet enjoyment and use of electronic devices including laptop computers and mobile phones (in silent mode) is permitted in the Clubhouse at the discretion of the Committee so long as other patrons are not adversely affected by this activity.