Drayton Park Golf Club - Dress Code
Drayton Park Golf Club seeks to promote a friendly, relaxed atmosphere in which members and their guests can enjoy the course and clubhouse facilities. It is the responsibility of members and visitors to present themselves with attire and footwear, which is smart, clean and tidy and appropriate for the circumstances. (Note: For Private Functions only, after 7pm, booked through the General Manager, there will be no dress restrictions)
Golf Course Dress Code
All shirts must be an approved golf shirt. “New style” round/crew neck golf shirts are acceptable.
Shirts for men must have long or short sleeves, Ladies may be sleeveless.
All golf shirts must be worn inside waistband at all times. Ladies however may wear tops outside their trousers or skirts when they are designed to do so.
No jeans, denim or track suite bottoms.
Recognised golf shoes must be worn.
Shorts must be tailored and worn with predominately white or coloured ankle/sports socks matching the colour of the shorts. Knee length socks may be any colour.
Hats must only be worn on the course.
No use of Mobile Phones (except in emergency)
Clubhouse Dress Code
Dress should be smart/casual throughout the clubhouse unless the function dictates the dress code. This applies to all team matches and visiting parties unless the match captain or organiser requires jackets and ties to be worn.
Examples of clothing styles which are not acceptable: - Football related clothing, track/shell suites, cargo pants, Gents three quarter trousers, wet, ripped or dirty clothing/waterproofs.
It is not permitted to wear golf clothing in the dining room that has been worn on the course prior to dining.
Mobile phones may be used “discretely” within the confines of the clubhouse and car park.
We respectfully ask that members, guests and visitors comply with the dress code out of respect for others and do not put our staff in a position where it is necessary for them to bring the policy to your