It is important to maintain high standards of dress both on the course and in the clubhouse.
On the course recognised golf attire must be worn, whilst in the clubhouse the general dress code should be “smart casual”.
In the Clubhouse we have a progressive approach to fashion and recognise the changing trends in casual wear (for example allowing trainers and smart jeans in the clubhouse), however clothing and footwear should be smart, clean, in good repair and of a type normally associated with a golf club such as Chester Golf Club.
Golf shoes (that are clean) can be worn in the patio bar, but are not acceptable in the main lounge.
It is a members responsibility to ensure that their guests are dressed accordingly. Visitors improperly dressed will be reminded politely by a member of staff, and be requested to dress appropriately when they next visit the club.
What to Wear
Only recognised golf apparel
Polo, bladed, mock or roll neck shirts
Shirts should be tucked in at the waist unless tailored to be worn outside
What not to Wear
Shirts with numbers, or large brand names
Trousers must not be tucked into socks
Cargo shorts (unless they are specific golf apparel)
Smart casual wear and approved golfing wear.
Non-golf sportswear i.e. football shirts or tracksuits
T shirts with logos
No hats or caps to be worn indoors
Beach style or Cargo style shorts
No torn, dirty or wet clothing
Employees and members of the professional’s staff have the responsibility to police the dress code. Their decisions and interpretations of this dress code at any time must be respected by members and their guests.