Dress Code & Etiquette


No Mobile Phones

Mobile Phones

Members and Visitors are requested to ensure that mobile phones are switched off when on the course or within the clubhouse. You are encouraged to carry your switched off mobile phone on the course however in case of emergency.

The Steward will uphold standards of dress and all members and visitors are asked to abide by the spirit as well as the letter of dress code rules whilst on club premises. It is the responsibility of Members and Visiting Society Organisers to ensure that these rules are observed by their parties.

Dress Code

  On Course Lounge Sports Bar & Patio
Jackets & Ties Not Applicable Yes Yes
Trousers, Slacks, Casual Shirts Yes* Yes Yes
Dresses, Blouses, Skirts, Trousers Yes* Yes Yes
Tailored Shorts Yes Yes Until 7:00pm Yes
Trainers No Yes Until 7:00pm Yes
Golf Shoes Yes No No
Sandals No Yes Until 7:00pm Yes
Footwear without Socks No* Yes Until 7:00pm Yes
Jeans No Yes Yes
Football/Rugby Shirts No No No
T Shirts No No No
Tracksuits No No No
Beach/Swim-wear No No No
Camouflage/Combat Trousers/Shorts No No No
Bare Feet or Sock without Footwear No No No

  1. All shirts worn on the course must be recognised golf attire. Usually this will mean, shirts must have collars and sleeves and be tucked in please. Ladies may wear sleeveless shirts.
  2. Socks must be predominantly white but there is no maximum or minimum length stipulated for them.

Exceptions

  1. Specific Events – advertised on the club notice board may specify a different dress code for the duration of the event

Please Note
Members bringing guests should advise their guests of the club’s dress code to avoid any embarrassment. Players should give careful consideration to the state of their clothing and personal hygiene after playing and before using the club house. We now have excellent changing and shower facilities to enable players to ‘spruce’ up prior to using the clubhouse. We would hope this dress code is self policing and members take responsibility for ensuring they and their guests comply.

Club House Manager and the Professional, and their respective teams, have been asked not to allow the use of the club or course to anyone not complying with our dress code. Please do not make it difficult for them to do their job. Please be aware of the change on Dress Code policy in the lounge after 7.00pm. If not appropriately dressed for the Lounge, people using the patio area should obtain their drinks from the Sports bar.

Updated August 11th 2008 Management Committee

Smoking

Hearsall Golf Club operate a No Smoking Policy:
Smoking is not permitted in the Clubhouse. Please use the ashtrays and receptacles provided outside.

Please note Members of Hearsall Golf Club have the authority to police both the course and the clubhouse in the absence of the General Manager, Club Professional and the Committee. Members are at all times responsible for the attire of their guests. Guests must be informed of dress requirements in advance to avoid embarrassment.