Dress Regulations

Longcliffe Golf Club aims to operate a contemporary and forward-thinking dress policy, commensurate with a modern-day golf club. It is in all our interests to maintain reasonable standards of casual, but smart, dress, in keeping with the established traditions of the game of golf. Members, guests and visitors are therefore advised that the following requirements constitute the standards to which we expect everyone to adhere, both on the golf course and in the Club House.


ON THE COURSE: (including the Practice Ground and the practice Putting Green)

Approved and recognised golf attire. (If in doubt, ask the Professional's Shop staff).  Men’s shirts must be tucked into trousers or shorts.

Trousers must not be worn into socks.

Knee-length, tailored shorts may be worn with either knee-length, ankle-length or short shoe socks.

Caps must be worn peak forward.



Smart casual clothing is permitted in all parts of the Club House and Dining Room at all times, unless an alternative dress code is specified for certain individual functions. This applies to all team matches and visiting parties, unless the match captain or organiser stipulates otherwise.

Tailored shirts (without tails) may be worn outside trousers.

Knee-length, tailored shorts and socks, as above. (Until 7.00 p.m. in the Dining Room)

Smart denims are permitted in the Club House, provided they are not ripped, torn, frayed, faded, baggy, low-waisted or work-related.

If in doubt as to the suitability of clothing in the Club House, please consult the Club House Manager.