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Wyke Green

Dress Code

Wyke Green looks to provide a friendly, relaxed and sociable environment in which golf can be played and enjoyed.

Members and visitors are expected to wear smart golfing attire or smart casual clothes. We do not think it is realistic to specify exactly what this means but ask that members and visitors abide by the spirit of this code.

Trousers – Denim Jeans, Tracksuits and Military style attire are not considered appropriate on the golf course.Shoes – Spikes or soft spike golf shoes must be worn on the golf course. Trainers are not considered appropriate.
Clubhouse – At all times smart casual attire is appropriate. Jeans are permitted in the clubhouse. Golf shoes and dirty or damp golfing attire is not permitted.Caps – Caps should not be worn the wrong way round. (i.e. peak at the back) and should not be worn in the clubhouse
Shorts – Tailored shorts may be worn at any time, with ankle length sport socksMobile Phones – Phones may be left on but must be taken to the foyer or outside for use, in consideration of other members and guests
Shirts – For men, shirts without collars are not deemed appropriate on the golf course. Golf shirts should be tucked in at all timesCode of Conduct – Wyke Green Golf Club operates a zero tolerance policy on any rude or abusive behaviour to any member of staff. Antisocial behaviour by any person (member or visitor) is not tolerated at any time and applies to both face to face and or via any digital platform or communication

Please note, we would kindly request that members do not approach other members or guests if they feel there is an issue regarding the dress code but report it to either the office or house staff for them to deal with.