Dress code


Tadmarton Heath Golf Club is a traditional members’ club, but one that seeks to promote a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. In recent years it has relaxed its dress code and regulations for using mobile phones and digital devices. To avoid any embarrassment we entrust and rely on our members, guests and visitors to ensure that they comply with the detail and spirit of the dress code and mobile phone regulations set out below.

Dress Code

On the golf course, Tadmarton Heath Golf Club asks members, their guests and visitors to observe standards of dress consistent with the traditions and conventions of the game of golf, whilst taking account of current golf fashion.

For the avoidance of doubt, this means appropriate tailored clothing as would be purchased in a golf retail outlet and excludes jeans, tracksuits, training shoes or combat trousers and shorts. For men golf shirts must be tucked into trousers and shorts at all times. Sports and trainer socks should be of predominantly one colour.

Changing clothes and shoes is not permitted anywhere other than in the locker rooms unless in the lower car park when using the practice range.

In the clubhouse, clean, dry smart casual attire (including jeans which are not marked or ripped) and footwear are appropriate at all times, unless otherwise stipulated by the event organiser on special occasions. Deck shoes, sandals and flip flops may be worn without socks

Golf shirts should be tucked into shorts/trousers but tailored shirts designed to be worn outside of trousers may be worn

Clean, dry golf wear (as defined above) is appropriate at any time. No waterproofs please. Clean, dimple moulded golf shoes are permitted in the bar and hallway areas.

Some examples of unacceptable dress in the clubhouse are provided below.

Mobile Phones

All mobile phones and digital devices must be on silent at all times and, except in the case of genuine emergency, must not be used as a phone in the Clubhouse or on the Course. Calls are permitted in the carpark, offices and Pro Shop.
Other uses – texting, emailing, Internet, diary, etc – are permitted providing the equipment is on silent. Members, guests and visitors are requested to be considerate of others when operating their mobile phones/digital devices in these modes.

Etiquette

Smoking, including e-cigarettes, is not permitted in any part of the Clubhouse, Locker Rooms, Offices and Pro Shop.

Members are expected to show respect to staff, visitors and each other. Please refrain from using bad or offensive language at all times.

Unacceptable Clubhouse Standards

T-shirts; vests; sweaters with slogans that could be considered to be offensive

Hats and caps

Cargo trousers and shorts, tracksuits and beachwear

Jeans which are ripped, torn or marked

Non-golf sportswear including football and rugby shirts

Socks are required  unless wearing deck shoes, sandals and flip flops - no bare and stockinged feet without shoes. 

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