Club Dress Code

CLUBHOUSE DINING 

 

Main Dining Room

Patio

Tea Room

Tea Cup

19th Hole

Card Room

Minors Prohibited

Meeting Rooms

Breakfast

Country Club Attire

Casual Attire

Casual Attire  

Casual Attire

Lunch

Country Club Attire  

Casual Attire  

Casual Attire  

Casual Attire

Dinner

Country Club Attire  

Casual Attire  

Casual Attire    

Casual Attire

Events

Country Club Attire  

Casual Attire  

Casual Attire  

Casual Attire

 

unless noted otherwise

unless noted otherwise  

 

 

 

 

COUNTRY CLUB ATTIRE: Appropriate attire for men includes business slacks and collared shirts. Hawaiian type of shirts are not required to be tucked-in, though golf shirts must remain tucked-in at all times or have a fitted waist band. Examples of acceptable attire for women include business slacks, dress Capris, skirts and dress shorts with a minimum 5” inseam that rise no more than 5” inches above the knee; tops can be tailored shirts, blouses, high-quality T-shirts and sweaters. Certain special events with specific published guidelines may include tailored shorts for men and women. Men should remove ball caps, hats and visors when seated inside the clubhouse. Children’s attire should reflect the same recommendations. Denim is not considered appropriate Country Club Attire for adults or children.

 

CASUAL ATTIRE: Any appropriate shorts with a minimum 5” inseam that rise no more than 5” inches above the knee, pants or denim in good condition; distressed or tattered jeans, tie-dyed jeans or worn-out jeans are never acceptable. Men’s shirts must have sleeves, though dressy casual shirts do not require a collar. Hawaiian type of shirts are not required to be tucked-in, though golf shirts must remain tucked-in at all times or have a fitted waist band. Women’s tops can be tailored shirts, blouses or dressy casual shirts. Sweaters and sweatshirts in good condition for adults and children are acceptable. Individuals under 21 years of age are permitted to wear Appropriate printed T-Shirts. Men should remove ball caps, hats and visors when seated inside the clubhouse. 

 


SPECIAL EVENTS

EXECUTIVE BUSINESS CASUAL: Jacket and slacks for men; ties optional. Suggested attire for women includes blazers or jackets; pant suits, tailored pants, or dress or skirt of appropriate length.

FORMAL/BLACK TIE: Tuxedos for men; cocktail dress, evening dress or dressy evening separates for women.

BLACK TIE OPTIONAL: Gentlemen have the option of wearing a tuxedo, though a black suit and tie are optional; cocktail dress, evening dress or dressy separates for women.

SEMI-FORMAL: Suit or sports coat and tie for men; cocktail dress, evening dress or dressy separates for women.


GOLF COURSE and DRIVING RANGE ATTIRE 

The dress code for golf applies to the putting green, driving range, practice areas, pro shop, and locker rooms, as well as the golf course. It is a member's responsibility to inform their guest of this policy prior to their visit to Eugene Country Club.

 

 

Male golfers must wear must wear appropriate golf attire. Golf shirts are required to have a collar and sleeves. Hawaiian type of shirts are not required to be tucked-in, though golf shirts must remain tucked-in at all times or have a fitted waist band. Tank tops, t-shirts, swimming pool or tennis attire are considered inappropriate. Hats must be worn with the bill facing forward. Shorts must be mid-thigh in length with a 5” inseam. Denim is allowed during the winter months (November 1 – March 31).

 

 

Female golfers must wear must wear appropriate golf attire. Shorts must be mid-thigh in length with a 5” inseam. Tank tops, bare midriffs, t-shirts, swimming pool or tennis attire are considered inappropriate attire and are not allowed. Denim is allowed during the winter months (November 1 – March 31). Collarless shirts or appropriate t-shirts must have sleeves and sleeveless shirts must have a collar.
 


TENNIS COURTS

 

All members, their families and guests are required to dress appropriately for the activities in which they are engaged and as specified in the rules that are adhered to by members of Eugene Country Club. No member or their guest will be allowed to use the tennis courts if their appearance is inappropriate. Club staff will be responsible for maintaining the dress code as outlined below:
 
General – Only athletic shoes with soles acceptable for tennis courts are permitted on the courts. Street or basketball shoes are not allowed on the tennis courts. Warm-ups are acceptable for tennis play.

Men – Tennis shorts are preferred, however, golf or Bermuda shorts are acceptable. No gym shorts, jogging shorts, bathing suits or cutoff jeans are allowed. Tennis shirts with sleeves and collars are preferred; however, T-shirts with logos are acceptable. No sleeveless shirts are allowed.

Women – Tennis dresses, tennis shirts, tennis skirts or tennis shorts are preferred, however, golf skirts and golf shorts, Bermuda shorts and T-shirts with logos are acceptable. No bathing suits, gym shorts, jogging shorts or tube tops are allowed.

Juniors (aged 0 – 18) – All adult rules will apply to juniors.

 


SWIMMING POOL
 

Proper swimming attire is required at all times, including bathing suits, board shorts, or rash guards. Cotton clothing, cut off jeans, Brazilian or G-string bathing suits are considered inappropriate attire and are not allowed. Cover-ups are required when leaving the pool en route to your car. Swimming attire, including cover-ups, may not be worn anywhere in the Clubhouse.

Appropriate swimwear for females must cover the breasts, buttocks, genitals and pubic regions.

Appropriate swimwear for males must cover the buttocks, genitals and pubic region.

Specifically street clothing, thongs and see-through swimwear are prohibited.

For sanitary reasons, children under three should use the wading pool rather than the main pool. Even though our guards will be watching the wading pool, the primary responsibility is in the individual’s hands to watch their youngsters while they are using the wading pool.

No street shoes will be allowed in the lower deck area.

State law requires that a warm, soap shower without a suit, be taken before entering the swimming pool area.

All children less than 4 year of age must wear a swim diaper underneath their swimsuits:

a.   Children under the age of four (4) may be toilet‐trained on land, but they are not mature enough to assess when to leave the pool to find a restroom. Further, anyone who is not reliably toilet‐trained (six consecutive days without any accidents is considered reliable), or not in control of all bodily functions are also required to wear a swim diaper underneath their swimsuits. This is a common practice among public pools, which significantly reduced the incidence of pool closure due to fecal and/or urine contamination. Complimentary swim diapers are available at the Swimming Pool Office.
b.    Disposable diapers or swim diapers, (Huggies, combined with rubber, plastic, or vinyl pants) will not be acceptable. This combination is proven ineffective and disposable swim diapers contain materials that clog pool filters.
c.   When fitting for a swim diaper, please make sure to size by weight, not age. A swim diaper should fit snug on the waist as well as the thigh. It is not necessary to wear anything underneath.
d.  Once in the pool, please take your children for regular visits to the restroom to ensure those accidents are avoided. As an additional precaution, please do not bring your swimmer to the pool if he/she is ill or suffering from diarrhea.