Tasmania Golf Club
Club Information

DRESS REGULATIONS

Members, visitors and caddies are requested to abide by the club’s dress regulations.

Any person who is not correctly dressed may be asked to leave the course or clubhouse. Members and visitors are responsible for the dress and conduct of their caddies and guests.

A neat and smart casual dress code applies to all members and visitors.

The Board request that you dress tidily and respect the course, members and their guests. Please do not embarrass us by having to request you to change or leave.

All Members are requested to check the dress code before playing at other clubs.

Tasmania Golf Club Dress Code

The golf course, clubhouse and driving range are subject to the dress regulations below and it is expected that members, guests and visitors to the Club will utilise facilities with a well-groomed appearance.

On Course:

  • Long trousers, tailored shorts and skirts are permissible, including neat denim
  • Shirts, preferably with a collar, can be tucked in or out, but in any event appear neat and tidy
  • Socks must be worn.
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes must be worn on the course and practice areas

In the Clubhouse:

  • Long trousers, tailored shorts and skirts are permissible, including neat denim
  • Shirts, preferably with a collar, can be tucked in or out, but in any event appear neat and tidy
  • Socks must be worn.
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes are permitted in the Spike Bar only, otherwise neat footwear

The following items are not permitted on course or in the clubhouse:

  • T Shirts
  • Non-tailored shorts
  • Clothing displaying large motifs or advertising
  • Track suit pants / tops or any type of gymnasium attire
  • Thongs or bare feet
  • Golf shoes with metal spikes
  • Caps (not to be worn inside the clubhouse)

Mobile telephones:

  • must be on “silent” on the course and only used in the case of an emergency
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