Proper golf attire is required at all times on the course and practice areas. The golf staff has the right to deny access to the golf playing areas to anyone not so attired. All golfers must comply with the dress code - no exceptions.
Elk members are cautioned to alert their guests to the dress code. The code will be enforced at all times. If you are in doubt concerning your attire, please check with the golf shop.
Proper golf attire is required on all days and at all times on the:
- Golf Course
- Driving Range
- Short-game practice area
- Practice Putting Greens
The dress code applies to all guests and children. Athletic shoes (including sneakers) are required on the golf course, at the driving range and at the short-game practice areas (including the practice greens). Metal spikes are not permitted anywhere on the premises. The Management Committee has instructed the professional staff to strictly enforce the dress code and refuse an improperly attired golfer (Member or guest) the right to play or utilize the practice areas.
Men: Proper attire is a golf shirt and long pants or long (Bermuda length) shorts. Golf shirts may be with or without a collar and must be tucked in. Caps are to be worn brim forward. Cargo shorts, denim fabrics and tennis and swim attire are not permitted.
Women: Proper attire is a golf shirt with slacks, golf shorts and skirts, skorts and/or capris. Golf shirts may be with or without sleeves and with or without a collar, with the exception of "racer-back" golf shirts, which must have a collar. Caps are to be worn brim forward. Halter tops, track suits, cargo pants, tank tops, denim fabrics, tennis and swim attire are not permitted.