Dress Code

Golf Course Dress Code and Etiquette

At Creigiau Golf Club we pride ourselves in being a modern club whilst trying maintaining many traditional standards. In recent years a number of changes have been made to relax the dress code, particularly for the clubhouse. However, it is essential that our dress code is adhered to.
A reasonable standard is required in the clubhouse and its immediate surroundings at all times. The minimum standard for men is smart casual (e.g. shirt with collar and sleeves, tailored trousers, tailored shorts, smart denim, socks and shoes). Shirts are to be tucked into trousers at all times.
The wearing of dirty or wet clothing, beachwear, T-shirts, athletic wear, hats or caps is not permitted.
Tailored shorts and smart denim jeans are allowed in the clubhouse.

We ask that everyone adheres to the dress code at all times.

Smart dress is the norm on the course and the following guidelines apply.

Men – The wearing of jeans, denims, tracksuits, trainers, sand shoes, and football or jockey shorts is not permitted. Peaked caps must be worn with the peak facing forward.

Shirts must be Collared. Golf Hoodies maybe worn. No T Shirts.

Shirts are to be tucked into trousers. Trousers are not to be tucked into socks.

Proper golf shoes must be worn on the course. Tailored shorts may be worn with any colour socks. Ankle/trainer socks are permitted.

Trousers or shorts with patch pockets and cargo shorts are not permitted.

Ladies – The wearing of jeans, leggings, cycling/athletic shorts and tracksuits is not permitted. Proper golf shoes must be worn on the course and the putting green.

All players are expected to play in the spirit of the game by:
Acting with integrity – for example, by following the Rules, applying all penalties, and being honest in all aspects of play.
Showing consideration to others – for example, by playing at a prompt pace, looking out for the safety of others, and not distracting the play of another player. If a player plays a ball in a direction where there might be a danger of hitting someone, they should immediately shout a warning, such as the traditional warning of “fore”.
Taking good care of the course – for example, by replacing divots, smoothing bunkers, repairing ball-marks, and not causing unnecessary damage to the course.

Club House Dress Code

Club House Dress Code
• Football/Rugby style jerseys, T Shirts, Flip Flops, Sliders, Tracksuits and similar apparel are Not allowed in the clubhouse.
• All shirts must have a collar.
• Tailored shorts are permitted –not shorter than 2” above the knee.
• Cargo trousers and shorts with patch pockets are not permitted.
• Tailored shirts may be worn outside trousers.
• Sports shirts including all polo shirts must be tucked inside trousers or shorts.
• Smart casual dress is permitted in the dining area and lounge. Exceptions to this would be, but not confined to team meals, Annual General Meeting, Committee meetings and such functions where a specific code of dress is required.
Clubhouse Rules
• The use of mobile phones is forbidden in the dining, lounge and bar area.
• All guests must be signed in.
• Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the club house. Smoking is allowed to the left of the patio area only.
• Juniors must leave the club house by 9.30 unless accompanied by a parent, dining or representing the club.
• The Steward has the authority to ask both members & guests to leave if inappropriately dressed or their actions are deemed to be inappropriate.