LOOK SMART AND DRESS THE PART
Surbiton is one of the best presented courses in Surrey and we ask our members and guests to reflect this in the manner they dress, on and off the course.
We encourage personal responsibility, whilst considering others. By adopting this approach, it is hoped that common sense will prevail and that the dress code will be self-policed by members and club staff alike.
Committee members and club staff have the authority to ask any member or visitor not complying, to leave the course or clubhouse.
ON THE COURSE
Golfers are asked to wear smart, appropriate golfing attire, such as is available in a PGA professional shop.
|Golf Shoes||Metal spikes, soft spikes, or dimple soles only|
|Shirts||Men’s shirts either roll neck or with a collar, tucked into trousers or shorts
Ladies’ golf shirts may be worn as designed
|Trousers||Tailored, plus twos or plus fours|
|Shorts||Tailored shorts for men and worn with predominantly white socks.
Tailored shorts, skirts or Capri’s for women and worn with ankle socks
|Caps||Worn correctly i.e. peaks facing forward|
IN AND AROUND THE CLUBHOUSE
Smart casual attire is encouraged in and around the clubhouse and on the patio.
|Shoes/Sandals||Acceptable with or without socks. Flip flops are not permitted|
|Golf Shoes||Allowed on the patio and in the 19th Spike Bar, provided they are clean; golf shoes are not allowed in the lounge.|
|Shirts||Men’s shirts must be worn tucked in at all times. Ladies tops as designed. Tee shirts, singlets, rugby and football shirts, tracksuits and hoodies are not acceptable attire|
|Shorts||Tailored (not cargos) are allowed in the lounge|
|Hat/Caps||To be removed in the clubhouse, apart from the Locker Rooms, the Pro Shop and front and rear lobbies|
|Waterproofs||Wet or muddy attire should not be worn in either the lounge or 19th Spikes bar|
|Golf Equipment||Not allowed on the patio, or in the clubhouse, apart from the changing rooms and access thereto, via the front and rear lobbies|