Dress Code

Dining Room

  • Daytime attire for men will include collared or “banded” shirts and slacks. Shorts, or jeans are allowed in the Dining Room and Clubhouse during daytime dining, t-shirts are not allowed at anytime.
  • Attire for men at dinner will include collared shirt and full-length slacks. Shorts, jeans, t-shirts, and flip-flops are not allowed.
  • Jackets are not required, but preferred for men after 6:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights in the Dining Room from November 1st through March 31st.
  • Children under 12 are exempt from these rules.
  • Appropriate dress for women. 

Clubhouse

  • Appropriate attire is required at all times inside the Clubhouse, Lounge, and Bar area for men and women. Soiled work garments, bathing suits, tank tops (men) or similar dress is never appropriate in the Clubhouse, Lounge, and Bar area.
  • Shorts, jeans, pool cover-ups, and t-shirts are allowed inside the Clubhouse, Lounge and Bar at any time except in the Dining Room as listed above.
  • Gentlemen may never wear hats inside the Clubhouse, Lounge and Bar area unless part of event attire.
  • Shoes will be worn at all times in the Clubhouse, Lounge and Bar area. 

Grounds Including The Tiki, Tennis & Pool Areas

  • Informal attire for men and women will include tennis, boating, or swimming apparel; including shorts, collared or un-collared shirts and bathing suits.
  • Shirts for men and cover-ups for women are required, except by the pool area.
  • Any member wearing apparel that is judged indecent, too revealing, too soiled or otherwise inappropriate will be subject to disciplinary action after a warning from the House Committee.