Course open @8.30 (updated 03 April at 08:06)
St. Anne's Golf Club Standards
Members and visitors are expected to be smartly and tidily dressed both on the courses and in the clubhouse. Everyone is asked to respect these standards and no one should be offended if they are asked to leave the clubhouse or the course in the event they are unable to comply. Broadly speaking there is a single standard for all parts of the clubhouse and what is suitable for the course is suitable for the clubhouse.
On the Courses and in the Clubhouse:
- For gentlemen, shirts should have sleeves and collars, though round necked shirts designed specifically for golf are acceptable. Shirts should be tucked in.
- Trousers should be tailored (with a fly, side pockets and a waistband). Denim jeans are not acceptable on the course.
- Shorts should be similarly tailored and the length should be to or just above the knee.
- Socks with shorts can be long (to the knee) or short. Short socks should be golf, sports or trainer socks.
- Shoes should be designed specifically for golf.
- For ladies, shirts are acceptable without sleeves if they have collars and without a collar if they have sleeves. Other shirts designed specifically for golf are acceptable. Trousers, skirts and shorts should be tailored. Denim jeans are not acceptable on the course.
In the Clubhouse:
- Soft spiked golf shoes may be worn on the ground floor but are not permitted upstairs in the bar, lounge and dining areas.
- Smart or smart/casual outdoor shoes must be worn in the bars, lounges and dining areas and should be clean and appropriate.
- Players whose clothes are showing the rigours of the course are expected to change or tidy up, and to remove waterproofs, before using bar, lounge and dining areas.
- Hats should not be worn in the clubhouse.The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to the course or clubhouse if individuals are not able to comply with our dress code, club rules, normal courtesies and the rules of golf.
- If you witness someone not suitably attired, please inform a member of staff or officer of the club and do not approach the individual yourself.
- Mobile phones may be taken onto the golf course for emergencies only and must be in silent mode.
- Mobile phones may not be used for conversation in the clubhouse but may be used on the clubhouse balcony and in the car park.