Dress Code

  

Seaford Golf Club Dress Code


The Club recognises that fashions change but we kindly ask that members, guests and visitors be appropriately and presentably dressed when on the course and in the clubhouse. Please refer to the following guidelines:

 

On The Course

Shirts

Recognised golf wear with a collar including crew and roll necks are acceptable. Shirts will be worn tucked in unless specifically designed not to be. Does not include football / rugby style shirts, vests, or collarless t-shirts but ladies may wear sleeveless, golfing tops.

Trousers/Shorts

Tailored trousers which should not be tucked into socks unless under waterproofs. Tailored knee-length shorts to be worn with predominantly white sports socks. Does not include torn trousers, denim jeans, cargo pants, tracksuit or jogging trousers or beach or cargo shorts. 

Hats & Caps

To be worn the correct way round, ie peaks to the front.

Shoes

Recognised golfing footwear with soft or moulded spikes. Does not include trainers, sandals or flip flops.

 

In The Clubhouse

Golf attire or smart casual wear is appropriate in the clubhouse including tailored shorts, though players are requested to shower and/or change when using the dining room after 7pm. Wet, dirty or torn clothing is not acceptable along with non-golfing collarless tops, vests, track suits, beach or camouflage wear, football / rugby style shirts.

Shoes

Golf shoes are not allowed in the clubhouse with the exception of buying drinks or ordering food for consumption on the patio.

Hats & Caps 

Please remember to remove head wear when in the clubhouse.

Juniors

The club wishes to encourage and enthuse young players so some flexibility will be accepted for juniors, particularly if non-members and/or whilst undergoing instruction.

 

Thank you