Bramshaw Golf Club

Dress Code

Our On-Course and Clubhouse Dress Codes

Bramshaw Golf Club has a flexible dress code but endeavours to maintain a certain standard of dress for all members and visitors that visit the club to either play golf, practice or just visit the clubhouse.

Any person not adhering to Bramshaw’s stated On-Course and Clubhouse Dress Codes will be politely asked to change or leave the Clubhouse and/or Course. Only Committee Members and management and staff working on behalf of Bramshaw Golf Club and the Bell Inn Hotel have the authority to enforce these dress codes, and have full authority to use their discretion in doing so. Club Members retain their duty of care for standards at the Club and can exercise this via management and staff as defined above. Please click HERE to download a pdf version of our dress code.

On-Course Dress Code - including the Practice Putting and Chipping Greens

What is acceptable

  • All proprietary golf-wear produced specifically for the purpose of playing golf

  • Shirts should preferably be tucked into trousers or shorts

  • Footwear specifically designed for playing golf

  • In-shoe, ankle or knee length sports socks

  • Smart tailored shorts of any length, with integral pockets

  • Smart tailored trousers

  • Non-golf shirts with collar and sleeves

  • Head-wear worn as it is designed to be worn 

  • Mobile phones must be in silent ringing mode, used only in an emergency and with the consent of their playing partners

What is not acceptable!

  • T-shirts, Vests, blue denim clothing, track-suits, football shirts and shorts, rugby shirts and shorts, beach-wear, even if they become proprietary golf wear in the future.

  • Trainers

  • Golf shoes without socks

  • Normal dress socks unless when wearing long trousers

  • Cargo/combat trousers/shorts and trousers with drawstring waist or legs or any trousers/shorts with external pockets.

  • Trousers of any description tucked into socks (except Plus-4’s & Plus-2’s)

  • Non-golf shirts without collar or sleeves (applies to men only)

  • Non-golf shirts without collar (applies to ladies only)

  • Wet weather gear not designed specifically for playing golf 

  • Mobile phones being used other than as described above

Dress Code in the Clubhouse 

What is acceptable

  • Smart casual or formal wear

  • All proprietary golf-wear produced specifically for the purpose of playing golf

  • Clean smart footwear, with or without socks

  • Open backed shoes and sandals

  • Smart Tee shirts for children under 11

  • Mobile phones must be in silent ringing mode and used only on the balcony, hall and stairways. 

  What is not acceptable!

  • Golf shoes of any description upstairs in the building

  • Not wearing any footwear

  • Flip-flops and any form of plastic or rubber beach or garden shoes including crocs.

  • Cargo/combat trousers/shorts and trousers with drawstring waist or legs or any trousers/shorts with external pockets

  • T-shirts (over 11 years of age), Vests, track-suits, football or rugby shirts and shorts, beach-wear

  • Non-golf shirts without collar and sleeves (men only)

  • Soiled or torn clothing of any description

  • Hats of any description

  • Mobile phones being used in the bar or restaurant

When Committee Members, management and staff working on behalf of Bramshaw Golf Club and the Bell Inn Hotel become aware of members or visitors not meeting this code in their judgement, they will politely inform the relevant individual(s) and ask them to change. If the individuals concerned choose not to do so they will be asked to leave the Course or Clubhouse.





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