Course Dress Code - Gents
Golf caps, visors or hats worn the right way around;
Shirts must have sleeves with either a definite traditional collar, mock collar (turtle neck) or roll neck;
All shirts must be tucked into the waistband of shorts / trousers when playing golf or practicing;
Trousers must be non denim, full length trousers (and not tucked into socks). Shorts must be non denim, tailored shorts and approximately knee length (shorts that finish below the knee will be deemed to be ¾ length trousers);
When wearing shorts, white sports socks or white sockettes (finish just below the ankle) must be worn;
Golf shoes, preferably with soft spikes in.
T – Shirts (i.e. no collar) Rugby /Football Shirts
¾ length trousers, trousers /shorts with pockets on the leg (combats), any denim trousers and tracksuit trousers are not permitted)
Shorts with a leg finishing closer to the groin than the knee will not be permitted.
With shorts, any other coloured sports sock other than white are not permitted
Non golf shoes i.e. Trainers are not permitted
Course Dress Code - Ladies
Golf caps, visors or hats worn the right way around.
Conventional golf sports shirts, sleeveless tops with collars, collarless tops with sleeves.
Only tops designed to be worn outside of a garment’s waistband (ribbed welt or side vents) are permitted to not be tucked into a waistband. All other tops must be tucked into a waistband when playing golf or practicing.
Trousers / Skirts / Shorts must be non denim. Skirts / Shorts must be tailored shorts and approximately knee length. When wearing skirts or shorts, white sports socks or white pop socks must be worn.
Golf shoes, preferably with soft spikes in
Sun tops / Vests Rugby / Football Shirts or any top which exposes the mid riff
Trousers / Skirts / Shorts with pockets on the leg (combats), any denim trousers and tracksuit trousers are not permitted.)
Shorts with a leg, skirts with a hem, finishing closer to the groin than the knee will not be permitted.
Non golf shoes i.e. Trainers are not permitted
Trentham Park Golf Club expects Members, Guests and Visitors to conform to a standard of dress that is in keeping with the traditions of the game, whilst recognising ever changing trends in fashion for both Ladies and Gents. In all debates surrounding dress code, the final decision as to what is acceptable will be with the Golf Club Manager, Clubhouse Manager, Professional Shop Staff, the Groundstaff or any TPGC Committee Member present. Players not suitably dressed will not be allowed to play and in the event that they have already commenced play, will be politely asked to leave the course and must do so upon request.
Clubhouse Dress Code
Trentham Park Golf Club maintains a strict but sensible dress code which must be adhered to when using the clubhouse facilities. Clean, smart, presentable and generally tidy appearance should be maintained at all times in the clubhouse. For the purpose of etiquette, decorum and decency, and the avoidance of embarrassing conversations and possible requests to leave the clubhouse, all patrons of the golf club are asked to conform to the rules of the club at all times.
Club Presentations – (defined as any Invitation Day Presentation, Open Presentation, Captain’s Day Presentation, President’s Day Presentation) the dress code will be Formal unless over-ruled by the Captain or Officer of the Day (please see below for full details)
For any other evening event, the dress code for the evening will be displayed on the notice communicating the event and may be:
- Black Tie - Dinner suits or dark business suits for Gents, Eveningwear for Ladies
- Formal - Jacket, Collar and Tie for Gents, Smart Eveningwear for Ladies
- Relaxed - Trousers (includes cords and “jean” style trousers but not actual blue denim jeans), tailored / straight cut shirts (can be worn outside of trousers) for Gents, same for Ladies plus Blouses, Skirts, Dresses, etc
- Casual - Any clothing that would comply with the golf course dress code plus, casual shoes such as sandals, loafers and deck shoes (all of which can be worn without socks). Golf shoes are not allowed in the clubhouse (see below for exception)
Provided that they are free from dirt, mud, sand and grass (easily avoided through use of the air machine), during the Summer months, golf shoes with soft spikes can be worn to access the bar in the Sutherland Roomonly. Access must be via the snooker room entrance and under no circumstances are golf shoes permitted in the main lounge, not even to get through to the Sutherland Room. Please use your common sense during this period and if the shoes are wet as a result of playing golf, you are expected to change into normal shoes when entering any area of the clubhouse.
Unless otherwise communicated via a poster on the notice board in the foyer for a function, the dress code in the clubhouse is Casual at all times. At no time are golf caps, golf visors, golf hats, blue denim jeans or trainers allowed in the clubhouse.
Members are also asked to avoid wearing any clothing in the clubhouse that is wet through being exposed to the elements or as a result of excessive perspiration