Dress Code

Boulcott's Farm Heritage Golf Club Dress Regulations In The Club House and On The Course

Course Clothing Requirements

Clothing worn on the course should be neat and tidy and appropriate to the event. The following are not acceptable on the course

  • Any frayed, ripped or torn clothing
  • Tee shirts
  • Beach or rugby shorts
  • Singlets or Tank Tops
  • Football Clothing
  • Clothing dominated with advertising or logos

Golf footwear worn on the course should be recognized golf shoes with soft spikes or sports shoes. Sandals, jandals or other footwear is not acceptable. If Members and Guests are unsure then please seek clarification from the Proshop or Golf Committee.

Clubhouse Clothing

Clothing worn in the clubhouse should be neat and tidy. Footwear is to be worn with soft spikes being permitted in the Clubhouse areas. No hats/caps are to be worn in the clubhouse. Golfers, caddies and supporters should be aware of the length of time they maybe on the course and therefore:  Be “Sun Smart” – Be prepared for adverse weather conditions.

Procedure: Club officials have the responsibility to ensure the dress code is maintained. It is understood that acceptable dress can be a matter of opinion, but the overriding factor is that a neat and tidy casual standard is accepted. If unacceptable attire is determined, then a proactive approach is to be made to the individual/group to change or vacate the premises.

Permitted on course, The Deck, or in The Clubhouse Dining Room or Lounge

  • Clothing of a respectable and appropriate nature
  • Shirts of a tidy and respectable nature
  • Tailored and denim shorts or trousers, excluding work jeans
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes only are permitted or normal shoes

Not Permitted On Course

  • T-shirts
  • Shirts displaying large advertising logos
  • Trousers or shorts with drawstrings
  • Street shoes with a heel