On arrival to the Club:
Members must sign in their guests at the Gatehouse, Club
Reception or Health Club Reception before participating in any
Guests playing a sport will, on payment of the appropriate fee,
receive a tag or receipt from the Club Reception. This must be kept
visible or to be made available when asked for by a member of
staff. Failure to do so may result in the guest being asked to
leave the sporting facility
General Guest Rules
A Member may only introduce more than three guests on weekdays
for any sport by prior arrangement and at the discretion of the
Chief Executive, Golf & Games Manager or Racquets Manager.
Members are entitled to introduce one guest to play sport on
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays with whom they must play.
Additional guests may be allowed to play sport on these days by
prior arrangement (no less than two days in advance) and at the
discretion of the Golf & Games Manager, Racquets Manager or
No guest may be introduced into the Club for any reason more
than six times in a calendar year for a sporting activity. Social
guests (including Bridge, Poker, Chess, Snooker and Backgammon) may
be introduced up to twelve times a year, attendance at ticketed
social events is not included.
Golf guests must be able to produce a handicap certificate of 23
or below for men or 32 and below for ladies. (Members wishing to
invite guests with a handicap certificate of 24-27 for Men and
33-35 for Ladies', must play after 13:00 GMT and 14:00 BST).
Unaccompanied guests are not permitted to play golf on Saturdays,
Sundays and Bank Holidays.
The Member will be responsible for ensuring that their guest is
a capable golfer and that they adhere to the Club Dress Code Policy
as well as demonstrating golfing etiquette.
A ll golfers must be appropriately and suitably dressed in
golfing attire while playing on the course or on the practice
areas. Members need to ensure that these requirements are made
known to their guests. The Club wishes to foster a smart yet
congenial atmosphere for playing golf.
Gentlemen are not allowed to wear tee-shirts, singlets,
tracksuits, boxer shorts or swimming trunks. Shorts must be
tailored shorts not less than mid-thigh length. When shorts are
worn, either knee high socks (one plain colour) or predominantly
white sports socks, which completely cover the ankle, must be worn.
Trainer liner socks are prohibited.
Ladies are not allowed to wear brief shorts, sun-tops or
leggings. Dress, which exposes bare shoulders or midriff, is not
allowed. Sleeveless shirts must have collars and collarless shirts
must have sleeves.
Only shoes specifically designed for golf are allowed on the
golf course and practice grounds, except for clinics and Juniors
Smart, tailored tennis wear only is allowed. Shirts, t-shirts
and dresses must be predominantly white with a maximum 10% coloured
trim. T-shirts must be sports branded only. Shirts for men and boys
must have sleeves. Skirts, shorts, tracksuits and sweatshirts may
Leggings for women may only be worn underneath skirts or
Socks must be white. Bicycle shorts or shorts below the knee
line are not permitted for either Adults or Juniors.
Members need to ensure that these requirements are made known to
their families and to their guests.
Note:Players not conforming to the above are liable to be asked
to leave the court.