Our Dress Code
Cherry Lodge Golf Club encourages a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the Clubhouse and recognises that fashions change. Consequently, smart/casual clothing is acceptable in the Clubhouse unless a different dress code (i.e. Jacket & Tie or Black Tie) is specified.
Clean smart jeans are acceptable in the Clubhouse but they must not be fashion low-rise, tie-dyed or distressed (ripped/slashed) denim. Shirts designed exclusively not to be tucked in are permitted to be worn in the clubhouse.
The following items of clothing are strictly prohibited in the clubhouse:
Golfing waterproofs and golf footwear
Tracksuits, sports shorts, combat wear, vests, T-shirts, football/rugby tops
Caps, hats and visors
Shoes or leather sandals are permitted in the Clubhouse without socks. Stockinged feet/bare feet are not permitted in the Clubhouse. Trainers are not permitted in the main bar or dining area but clean trainers may be worn in the Spike Bar. Clean golf shoes may be worn in the Spike Bar between April and September.
If you are not following this dress code, please do not be offended if a member of staff or a club official approaches you.
Please see the graphic for an acceptable/non-acceptable form of dress on the Course.
Trainers may be worn on the course when caddying and by children aged 11 and under.
ADDITIONAL NOTES FOR LADIES
Sleeveless tops must have collars or turtlenecks, no collared halter necks, collared polo shirt preferred
Round neck tops must have sleeves and must not be scooped necks
Tops with slits or welts may be worn outside trousers or shorts. All other tops must be tucked in
The recommended length for tops - not beyond the base of trousers or shorts zip
Tops with large or implied rude advertising logos (e.g. FCUK) are not acceptable
Mens Dress Code
Please adhere to the dress code below