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Camberley Heath Golf Club

ETIQUETTE & DRESS CODE

Dress regulations


ETIQUETTE & DRESS CODE

Camberley Heath Golf Club welcomes all its members and guests to use and enjoy the facilities here.  We have introduced the following dress code and policies to make the club a pleasurable experience for everyone and kindly ask that you follow the guides below to save any embarrassment to yourself and others.

MOBILE TELEPHONES

Mobile telephones should not be used to make or receive calls in the bar or restaurant area nor on the course whilst playing. Whilst on the course, the use of mobile phones for scoring purposes, rule decision making and contact with the professional shop or club office is however acceptable as is discreet occasional reading and sending of messages on the course (when not in official club competitions) and in the bar area.

DRESS REGULATIONS

Smart casual clothing (men with collars) is acceptable in the Presidents/Captains Bar.
Smart denim jeans are acceptable within the clubhouse as long as they are not torn or worn below the hip.
Jogging bottoms, football and rugby shirts and gym attire are not permitted in the bar or restaurant area. Open toed sandals are permissible but flip-flops and beach attire is unacceptable.
Golf shoes are not permitted in the bar area except in the designated spike bar. We ask that you show consideration for all our staff, members and guests while in the bar area by ensuring your shoes are clean before entering the premises.
Spiked or rubber soled golf shoes may be worn in the Locker Room, Professional Shop, walk through and designated area of Presidents Bar.
Tailored shorts may be worn during the summer months.
Men must wear socks at all times, however socks are not required with boat/deck shoes in the bar/reception areas.
The wearing of hats in the Clubhouse is unacceptable, with the exception of ladies’ formal hats.
Industrial work clothing is considered unacceptable in the bar and restaurant area unless such attire is being worn to perform a role in which the individual has been engaged in by the club.
For the restaurant including Sunday lunches, the minimum requirement is Smart Casual (long trousers and collar for men) but Club competitions may however stipulate a one-off dress code for the event (black tie, jacket & tie etc. )

GOLF COURSE AND PRACTICE AREA

Jogging bottoms, football/rugby shirts and gym attire are not permitted either on the course or on the practice area.
All shirts must be recognised golfing attire and have sleeves (for men), and men’s shirts must be tucked in.
Tailored shorts or trousers are acceptable but NOT denim jeans, beach type, cargo type or men’s 3/4 length shorts.
Spiked or rubber soled golf shoes must be worn on the course. It is acceptable to wear training shoes on the Practice Areas.

Socks must be worn at all times; long socks of any colour or short predominately white socks or ankle socks are acceptable when wearing shorts.

Baseball hats or caps of any description must NOT be worn back to front.






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