Dress Code at Quilchena Golf & Country Club

Dress Code at QGolf Club

It is the intention of the new Dress Code policy to provide a set of guidelines with which members and guests are expected to demonstrate discretion and good judgment. It is the responsibility of each member to conform to the Dress Code, and to ensure that family members and guests do so as well.

The fundamental concept of the Dress Code is respect. Respect for other members, and respect for the club and its traditions itself. The Board of Directors has instructed the General Manager, the Golf Professional and their staff to administer these rules and they are empowered to refuse play on the course and/or admittance into the clubhouse facilities.

 

Golf Course Attire

The Dress Code for the course are those recommended by the various golf associations which require players to dress neatly and appropriately and in keeping with seasonal fashion changes.

  • Men – shirts with a collar or turtleneck, including mock turtlenecks, to be tucked in at all times; golf slacks, or golf shorts
  • Not Allowed:  jeans or denim of any kind or colour, cargo pants or shorts with expandable side pockets, tennis shorts, sweat pants, rugby pants, cut-offs, or warm up suits;    t-shirts, tank tops, see-through shirts, shirts with slogans, numbers or illustrations; baseball style hats with non-golf related logos or insignia and wearing shirts inside out is not permitted.
  • Women – full length slacks, capri pants, golf skirts and golf shorts; shirts with collars, turtlenecks, round neck shirts with sleeves and sleeveless collared shirts; shirts tailored to be worn outside need not be tucked in.
  • Not Allowed:  jeans or denim of any kind or colour, cargo pants or shorts with expandable side pockets, tennis shorts, sweat pants, rugby pants, cut-offs, stirrup pants, short shorts, leggings or warm up suits; t-shirts, tank tops, shirts with slogans, numbers or illustrations, see-through shirts, halter-tops; baseball style hats with non-golf related logos or insignia and wearing shirts inside out is not permitted. 
  • Hats, caps and visors are not to be worn backwards
  • Members are responsible for informing their guests about the dress code

Clubhouse Attire

The Dress Code for the clubhouse are those recommended by the various golf associations which require players to dress neatly and appropriately and in keeping with seasonal fashion changes. 

  • Permitted clubhouse attire – smart casual dress and appropriate sports attire
  • Footwear must be worn at all times
  • Headgear must not be worn on the upper level of the clubhouse interior
  • Shirts must be tucked in, unless tailored for outside wear (e.g. Tommy Bahama style shirts)
  • Examples of inappropriate attire:  see-through shirts, sweat shirts, cut-offs, short shorts, tank tops, t-shirts, halter tops, cargo pants, stirrup pants, leggings, warm up suits, crop tops, wide-net shirts, rugger pants and any clothing that is soiled, tattered, torn, or frayed.

Wireless Devices  

  • Wireless devices must not be used as telephones in the dining areas of the clubhouse. Such devices may be used in the lounges, if it is not disruptive to other members.
  • Wireless devices must be kept in silent mode when taken on the golf course.