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Dress Code and Etiquette
   
Footwear

Appropriate golf shoes to be worn on the golf course at all times – no trainers to be worn.

Trousers

Smart tailored trousers to be worn, no combat style jeans or denim to be worn.

Shorts & Socks

During the summer months shorts must be tailored; short white sport or knee length socks must be worn with tailored shorts. (subject to golf venue policy)

Shirts

Shirts with collars are permitted and must be tucked into trousers / shorts - only recognised golf shirts to be worn. Shirts with large advertisement logos must not be worn.

Headgear

Headgear must be worn in the fashion it is designed for (i.e. peaks at the front).

Etiquette

Arrive on the tee 10 minutes before "Tee-off"

Avoid Slow Play - let other golfers through if you have fallen behind or lost a ball

Use of a mobile phone is not permitted on the course
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