Wareham Golf Club
Dress Code

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All sports have their 'uniform' and golf is no exception. At Wareham, we understand that attitudes to dress evolve and know that the major golf clothing brands and some top Pros constantly push at the boundaries of 'traditional' golf attire.

Our dress code is best described as relaxed, smart causal and perhaps best defined by what is not acceptable, whilst not being overly restrictive.

We respectively ask you respect the code and dress appropriately, both on the course and in the Clubhouse.

Please do not be offended if a member of staff or a Board members asks you to:
* Change into different attire
* Move to a different part of the clubhouse or terrace
* Leave the clubhouse/course

We ask that you show respect to those delivering the message as they are carrying out decisions made by the Board.

If you are unsure of the suitability of your attire, please check with a member of Proshop staff.

Children under the age of 12 are not governed by specific dress regulations, but are expected to be tidily dressed and responsibly supervised.

On the Course

1 Shoes
Golf shoes are mandatory i.e. golf shoes with metal/soft spikes or a studded/pimpled rubber sole

2 Clothing
Recognised golfing apparel that can be purchased from a professional golf retail outlet

Not Permitted:
• Trainers & running shoes
• Denim trousers, shorts & skirts
• Cargo/combat trousers & shorts
• Tracksuits/shellsuits
• Tee-shirts/Vests/Singlets/Crop tops
• Tops with slogans
• Beach attire
• Caps worn backwards

Caps must be worn the correct way round

In The Clubhouse

1 Shoes

Golf shoes are not permitted in the lounge (carpeted) area at any time, but are allowed in the stud bar area.

2 Clothing

Smart casual dress, including clean jeans, appropriate to the occasion is expected at all times.

Caps and hats should not be worn in the bar/restaurant area of the Clubhouse

Many thanks for your cooperation.