On Course Dress Code
The issue of a dress code is a sensitive subject at all golf clubs. We would like our members, guests & visitors to enjoy their experience and respectfully request that golfers wear recognised golf attire.
A clean and smart appearance is expected on the course at all times.
To avoid unnecessary embarrassment, Maidenhead Golf Club request all members, guests and visitors to consider their attire against the spirit of the dress code. If you have any doubt in respect of an item of clothing or footwear adhering to the dress code, then please refrain from wearing it.
Clubhouse Dress Code
Members, guests and visitors are required to wear smart casual clothing.
Smart jeans and trainers are allowed in all areas of the clubhouse.
The following are not acceptable:-·
- Flip flops
- Caps or golf hats
- Wet, muddy or sweaty clothing including golf waterproofs Replica sports kit (e.g. Rugby or football shirts)
Soft spiked golf shoes are permitted in the casual ‘players’ bar area but are not permitted in the lounge area or restaurant.
- ladies may use the main entrance to access the locker room.
- If wearing shorts (tailored and knee length) - socks (predominantly white) are required both on the patio and in the clubhouse.
Socks are not required with deck shoes.
Combat, cargo or multi pocket trousers/shorts are not acceptable.
Shirts of all kind must be tucked into trousers.
After 7pm the only section of the clubhouse where shorts are permitted is in the casual players bar area.
For friday night suppers and sunday lunches a jacket is preferred but this is not a requirement.
For dress guidelines for other social functions see publicity notices.
In exceptional circumstances, certain elements of the dress code may be relaxed but only with permission of president, club chairman, club captain or, in their absence, a