• Dress Code

    St Neots Golf Club wishes to portray a modern common sense approach to its dress regulations and hopes that its members, visitors and guests will assist in maintaining standards expected. 

    The Club expects members, visitors and guests to maintain a smart casual appearance and under no circumstances should dirty work clothes be worn on or in the clubhouse.

    ON THE COURSE  

    Tailored shorts are acceptable with socks being predominantly white 

    Polo neck and turtle neck shirts are acceptable 

    For Men – golf shirts should have a collar and sleeves and be tucked in 

    For Ladies – golf shirts should have a collar and sleeves or be a ‘shaped fit’ golf shirt

    The definition of ‘The Course’ includes the Putting Green adjacent to the Clubhouse and the Practice Net between the 1st and 18th fairways. The Driving Range is not part of the course as it is clearly delineated by the Out of Bounds posts. 

    The only exception to the above is the use of the Putting Green by those undertaking the ‘New to Golf’ initiative under the direct supervision of the Director of Golf or his assistant.

    IN THE CLUBHOUSE 

    Smart dress at all times 

    Sandals can be worn in the Clubhouse without socks 

    Golfing footwear is only permitted in the Spike Bar 

    Members and guests may wear smart blue denim jeans and trainers in the Clubhouse as follows:

    • Anytime in the Spike bar area.

    • Members and guests will be able to traverse the Lounge area to access the toilet facilities and to access the coffee making facilities.

    • In the whole Clubhouse after 3.00pm weekdays and all day at weekends. 

    Shirts shall have collars and the wearing of football type shirts is prohibited
     

    Notes 

    All club functions will indicate the required dress code for each event 

    Dress for private functions and Societies is agreed at the time of booking