Dress Code & Cell Phone Rules
Sports attire may be worn anywhere throughout the Clubhouse. Sport attire is defined as clothing consistent with current golf or tennis fashion. This includes, Bermuda length shorts, slacks, shirts with a collar, mocks, turtle necks or banded collar shirts (Not tee shirts).
Sports attire may be worn on the Terrace, Living Room or the Grill Room. Sport attire is defined as clothing consistent with current golf or tennis fashion. This includes, Bermuda length shorts, slacks, shirts with a collar, mocks, turtle necks or banded collar shirts (Not tee shirts).
Casual attire may be worn on the South Patio, Summer Dining Room, Garden Bar and Lounge. Casual attire includes long or short sleeve collared sport shirt, sweaters, dress shirts, slacks, dress shorts, skirt, including dress denim for Men and Women (No holes or tears). Tee shirts of any nature, mock tees, flip flops and open toe sandals not allowed for Men.
Country Club Dressy is the attire for the Private Dining Room. Jackets are preferred but not required. Dress shirt or sweater with slacks of a tailored nature for Men. Dress, dressy skirt with shirt, blouse or sweater, suit, tailored dress pants or evening outfit for Women. Denim not allowed for Men or Women. Sport shoes, gym shoes and flip flops not allowed for Men or Women. Open toed sandals not allowed for Men.
Cell Phone Use
With the exception of the locker rooms, cell phones with audible ringers will not be permitted in the Clubhouse or in any area where food is being served. Cellular phone calls may only be placed in the locker rooms and outside the Clubhouse. You may receive phone calls with no audible ringer if you immediately excuse yourself and finish the call either in the locker room or in other areas of the Clubhouse where Club phones are located.