Dress Code

Dress codes have been established for the various activities and areas at the Club. All clothing worn at the Club must be appropriate, neat and free of holes or tears. Jeans (not ripped or faded) and shorts are permissible except in the formal dining area.

It is the Members’ responsibility to ensure that their guests are aware of and observe the dress codes while enjoying the Club.

TENNIS ATTIRE

Members and guests must wear all white clothing on the tennis courts. A maximum colour trim of 10% is permitted on each clothing item. Warm-up clothing, hats and visors worn on the courts must also be white.

Men’s and boy’s tennis shirts must have a collar.

Only white tennis shoes specific for play on clay/soft courts are permitted on the courts.

Players leaving the tennis courts are asked to wipe their shoes using the tennis shoe cleaners provided.

CLUBHOUSE AND DINING ATTIRE

  • Men (16 years of age and over) are required to wear a dress shirt and long pants ( jacket and tie optional) when dining in the formal dining area.
  • At all times, gentlemen 12 years of age and over must wear shirts with collars (exception – they may arrive wearing a collarless shirt, but are asked to change into the above appropriate attire).
  • Members may dress in tennis or casual attire if dining on the

terrace, bar-side or by the pool.

  • Outdoor and tennis shoes must be removed on the pool deck.

SWIMMING ATTIRE

Swimmers must wear appropriate swimwear that is designed for swimming. They may enter the bar area of the main clubhouse area temporarily and only for the purpose of ordering.

Members and guests may not eat on the terrace or in the clubhouse in swimwear.