Dining Dress Code

CASUAL ATTIRE: Any appropriate shorts pants or denim in good condition; distressed or tattered jeans, tie-died 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, tailored button-down dress shirts and appropriately fitted golf shirts are not required to be tucked-in. Women’s tops can be tailored shirts, blouses or dressy casual shirts. Sweaters and sweatshirts in good condition for adults and children are acceptable. Minors are permitted to wear appropriate printed T-Shirts. Men should remove ball caps, hats and visors when seated inside the clubhouse. 


COUNTRY CLUB ATTIRE: Appropriate attire for men includes business slacks and collared shirts. Hawaiian-type, tailored button-down dress 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; 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. Attire for minors should reflect the same recommendations. Denim is not considered appropriate Country Club Attire for adults or children.


 


SPECIAL EVENTS

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.

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

‚ÄčBLACK 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.

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

Management has been instructed to deny privilages to anyone not properly attired.


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