Dress Code

It is expected members will dress in a fashion appropriate to the surroundings and atmosphere provided in the lovely setting of our Club. Members are required to apprise their guests of our dress regulations, which apply also to young people 12 years of age and older.

Dining Room:

Winter Dress Code in effect November 1st through May 31st

Upper Level Dining Room

Tuesday through Saturday
Smart Casual

Lower Level Dining Room

Tuesday through Saturday
Jacket Required/Necktie Optional

Both Upper and Lower Level Dining Room

Sunday
Smart Casual

Summer Dress Code in effect June 1st through October 31st

Upper and Lower Level Dining Room

Tuesday through Sunday
Smart Casual

Grill Room/Grill Room Terrace:

Tuesday through Sunday
Sports, casual and informal attire are acceptable.

Lagoon Terrace:

Tuesday through Sunday
Sports, casual and informal attire are acceptable.

Dress Code Definitions:

BLACK TIE - Gentlemen wear tuxedoes with appropriate accessories. Ladies wear evening attire of a dressy nature.

FORMAL - Gentlemen wear suits, sports coats and trousers, dress shirts and neckties. Ladies wear dresses or suits, skirts or dressy slacks with a blouse or sweater.

INFORMAL - Gentlemen wear sports coats, slacks, shirt with collar, dressy shirt without a collar, or a turtleneck, no neckties required. Ladies wear skirt or slacks with sweater or blouse. No sports attire or athletic shoes.

SMART CASUAL - Gentlemen wear nice slacks, shirt with collar, dressy shirt, or turtleneck. Women wear skirts, nice slacks, sweaters, or blouses. No jeans, no flip flops, no t-shirts, no tank tops.

CASUAL - Same as informal but no sports coat required.

SPORTS - Shorts, dry tennis attire, sport shirts and slacks, or appropriate jeans (not torn or cut-off).

NEVER PERMITTED IN THE CLUBHOUSE - Tank, tube or halter tops, bathing suits with or without cover ups, inappropriate t-shirts, torn or cut-off clothing, bare feet or pool shoes.

Exceptions to the dress code would be for special Club events (i.e., Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day) and formal attire would be mandatory.

Notice of any deviations from the dress code rules will be communicated by way of our Club newsletter and email distribution.