The golf dress code for the Royal Automobile Club requires golfers to be appropriately dressed for playing golf. This code shall apply to all members and guests, on both the course and the practice range.
Trousers: The following are not permitted for the purpose of playing golf. All types of jeans, paramilitary or camouflage style, leather, and tracksuits trousers.
Shorts: Tailored shorts may be worn. Multi-pocketed or “cargo” style shorts are not permitted.
Skirts: Skirts may be worn but must be appropriate for golf and the Club.
Socks: Socks must be worn with shorts, skirts and skorts. Short socks (including “shoe socks”) must be predominantly white, and long socks be of a matching colour.
Shirts: Please ensure your shirt is collared and sleeved without rugby or football style numbers and names on the garment. Men’s shirts must be tucked into trousers and shorts at all times. Ladies may wear sleeveless tops, with collars. Shirts must be tucked in, or if designed to be worn outside, must be long enough to avoid showing midriffs.
Shoes: Only golf shoes are permitted.
Caps: If of a peaked style, they should be worn with the peak in the front. Caps and hats must not be worn indoors.
- Our course marshals have the authority from the Golf Committee not to allow members or guests on the courses if these rules are infringed.