The style and fit of all apparel should be consistent with standards judged to be generally acceptable to the Club Membership. Members and their guests shall dress in a manner befitting the surroundings, atmosphere and specific occasions. It is the responsibility of the members to ensure that their children and guests are dressed properly and neatly in accordance with the dress code.
"Denim, appropriate and tasteful, in any color, in good condition (no holes, rips, stains, shirts, shorts or cutoffs etc.), with suitable waist (not baggy or drooping) will be allowed on a trial basis in the clubhouse and outside areas to include the Grille Room, patios, locker rooms, tennis and pool facilities, and banquet rooms (for family events only), and when otherwise specified in the Club’s newsletter or event communications. If an event is advertised as 'country club casual' or 'no denim allowed,' jackets and long trousers will be required for men and appropriate attire for women. Management will be asked to monitor the impact of this policy change and its enforcement.”
Men are required to wear long pants, collared or mock-style turtle neck shirts and jackets in the Albany Room or Berkshire Room or as decorum dictates. Dress standards may be waived for special activities and family functions as specified.
Ladies are required to dress in appropriate evening attire during the evening of a more formal nature in the Albany Room or Berkshire Room or as decorum dictates. Dress standards may be waived for special activities and family functions as specified.
Casual attire is permitted in the Grille and Helderberg rooms at all times unless specified.
Golf hats or visors are NOT to be worn in dining areas by men.
Golf Shirts must be tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn on the outside. For ladies, the midriff must be covered.