Kew’s dress regulations seek to reflect the standards of the Club and show consideration for fellow members.
The Club’s Management, the Golf Professional and his staff are authorised by the Committee to ensure that members, visitors and spectators comply with dress regulations.
Course and Practice Areas :
- Proper golfing attire and regulation golfing shoes must be worn by players at all times (juniors and caddies are permitted to wear flat soled shoes).
- Men’s shirts must have a collar or be a golf style turtle neck or skivvy and be tucked into trousers/shorts.
- Socks of any length may be worn with shorts
|Unacceptable Attire :
- Denim of any description
- Draw string or elasticized waist shorts and pants, pants with external side pockets on the trouser leg or tracksuit pants.
- Sporting type shorts or any type of gymnasium attire
- Shirts displaying large motifs or advertising (except for discreet brand name and club logos).
- Gym or running shoes, thongs, sandals or bare feet.
- Trousers are not to be tucked into socks (unless plus 4’s).
In the Clubhouse
- Neat casual dress is the minimum standard acceptable in the Clubhouse.
- Golf attire, including soft spike golf shoes, is permitted throughout the Clubhouse.
- Denim jeans may be worn in the Clubhouse but they must be clean, tidy and not be faded or torn.
- Modern casual dress shirts may be worn untucked but must be neat in appearance.
- Casual dress shoes may be worn without socks.
- Caps, visors or hats shall be removed inside the Clubhouse (locker rooms excepted).
- Members are encouraged to utilize the Club’s dining, bar and coffee facilities at all times. Members and guests who are dressed more casually than required inside the Clubhouse (in sporting attire for example) may use the Northern Terrace.
On both the course and in the clubhouse, children under 16 years are expected to be presented in a neat and tidy manner with clean shoes and shirts tucked in. Members should advise their guests in advance of our dress requirements to avoid embarrassment on the day.