course open on main green and tees, trolleys and buggies allowed (updated 30 March at 07:49)
Dress Code
Course dress Code

Golf shoes should be worn at all times.

Any proprietary golf-wear produced specifically for the purpose of playing golf may be worn. Tailored trousers or shorts, with sports or knee length socks, are acceptable (but not football or tennis shorts, combat/cargo shorts/trousers or three quarter length trousers, track suits and denim jeans).

Shirts should have a collar and be tucked in, mock necks and turtleneck shirts are permitted (but not T-shirts, football and rugby shirts and vests).

Ladies are expected to wear appropriate golfing attire.

Mobile phones must be in silent ringing mode, used only in emergency and with the consent of one’s playing partners.

Clubhouse dress Code

Smart casual wear is acceptable in the clubhouse, including tidy jeans and trainers. Golfers are asked to freshen up or change after golf before entering the lounge and dining room.

Please avoid wearing: hats, wet or torn clothes, stockinged or bare feet, track suits and beach wear.

Clean, dry soft spikes or spikeless golf shoes may be worn in the lounge. Golf shoes are not permitted in the dining room.