Dress Code

A common dress code is in effect for all accessible Club facilities including The Member's Clubhouse, Murphy’s Barn, Beach Club, Golf Course and practice range. Proper attire, as determined by the Management and Golf Professional will be mandatory for everyone using the Club including any child(ren) of walking age.
All players shall be neat, well groomed and wear appropriate golf clothing. Business and traditional sports attire is acceptable in the Member’s Clubhouse. Cut-offs, tank tops, swimming shorts, gym shirts, and denim of any kind (except in Sonny’s Saloon) are not acceptable. No shorts are allowed in FrankE's during dinner service and no hats, caps, or visors on gentlemen in the building or on ladies in FrankE's. Clothing with inappropriate art designs and writings shall not be worn on club property.
Golf attire must be worn on the Golf Course, driving range, and putting greens at all times. Acceptable Golf Course clothing includes long slacks, Bermuda shorts, golf shirts, sweaters, jackets, forward facing caps and hats, in addition to:

  1. Men must wear collared or mock neck shirts that have sleeves which will be tucked in, and slacks or proper length Bermuda shorts. Cargo shorts or pants do not constitute proper Golf Course attire.
  2. Women must wear appropriate finished collarless or collared shirts, and slacks, skirts or proper length golf shorts. Leggings or yoga pants may only be worn under skirts, skorts, and golf dresses.
  3. Jogging clothes, racquetball clothes, blue jeans, coaching outfits, halter-tops, short shorts, hooded sweatshirts, hunting camo, team jerseys and bathing suits do not constitute proper Golf Course attire. 


  1. Shoes must be worn at all times on Club property, with the exception of the Beach Club pool deck,
  2. Acceptable golf shoes must be worn on the Golf Course and may be worn in the  Murphy’s Barn and Sonny's Saloon and the locker rooms within the Clubhouse.
  3. Non-metal spikes will be required on the Golf Course and appropriate notices will be posted in the golf shop.  Players wearing metal spikes will be denied access to the Golf Course. 
  4. Golf shoes, street shoes and tennis type shoes may be worn in Murphy’s Barn. 

It is the Member’s responsibility to inform their guests of the dress code, including non-metal spikes, and ensure that their guests wear proper attire.