Woking Golf Club

Dress Code

At certain times there is a need for smart dress at the Club; please note the following guidelines.

Clubhouse: 

Golf wear is allowed throughout the Club,  however we recommend that after 10.30am gentlemen wear a jacket in the dining room either over golf wear or with a collar and tie.  

Please remove hats in the Clubhouse and please note golf shoes and shorts are not allowed in the Lounge or Dining Room.  

Course:

Recognised golfing wear must include proper  golf shoes and we ask that golf shirts are tucked into trousers/shorts. For gentlemen, shorts, if worn, need to be tailored and no more than 3” above the knee and may be worn with either long socks or white ankle socks (fully covering the ankle). Ladies are requested not to wear short shorts at any time.

 ‘Recognised golfing wear’, as at most clubs means no denim jeans, vest tops, t-shirts or collarless shirts, athletic type shorts, cargo shorts and trousers with pockets on the outside, trainers and sandals. This applies in the clubhouse and on the course.

All golfers are requested not to change their shoes in the car park.

Juniors : Juniors’ standards are the same as for gentlemen and ladies.

– Thomas Dunne – golf writer, historian and hickory golfer. – Michael Clayton – architect – Frank Pont – architect – Tom Mackenzie – architect – Robin Hiseman - architect – Clyde Johnson – architect – Bernard Darwin – golf writer and Past President of Woking Golf Club. – Tim Lobb – architect  - Tom Doak – Golf Architect - Tom Watson – 5 times Open Champion




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