Golf Attire at Hidden Trails


 
 
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DRESS CODE

We ask that all members and guests be aware of and adhere to Hidden Trails Country Club’s dress code policy.  Members should inform their guests of the dress code requirements prior to their arrival.  Hidden Trails staff has been directed by management to advise members and guests if their dress code is not considered in compliance with the following dress code, and to deny access or service to them if the infringing dress is not remedied immediately.  The dress code applies to all areas of the clubhouse, golf course, practice areas, tennis center and swimming pool.  Members and guests must use the appropriate locker room to change shoes and attire.

 
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MEN’S DRESS CODE

Shirts:  Collared shirts are required at Hidden Trails.  Turtlenecks and mock turtleneck shirts tailored for golf are also acceptable shirts.  Although not required, we recommend that all shirttails be tucked-in.  

Men’s Bottoms Policy:  Men may wear appropriate slacks or shorts for golf and in the clubhouse at any time of the year.  Appropriate shorts include knee-length Bermuda shorts tailored for golf and tailored cargo shorts.  No other types of shorts, including camping, tennis, athletic or cutoffs of any kind may be worn.  Jeans are permitted in the clubhouse and are permitted on the golf course and practice facility November 1st through March 31st; however if they appear overly baggy, worn, torn, ripped, unclean or with holes, they will not be permitted.  

Socks:  Short golf socks (no higher than ankle length, such as peds or ankle cuff socks) may be worn with the shorts.  No other types of socks, including knee-length or sweat socks may be worn.  

Headgear:  hats and caps of any kind are to be worn with the bill facing forward.  Caps are permitted in the clubhouse but it is highly recommended that caps be removed while dining.

 
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LADIES’ DRESS CODE

Shirts:  Collared shirts (sleeved & sleeveless) are required at Hidden Trails.  Turtlenecks, mock turtlenecks and fashion t-shirt tops tailored for golf are also acceptable shirts.  Although not required, we recommend that all shirttails be tucked-in.  

Ladies’ Bottoms Policy: Ladies may wear appropriate slacks, shorts or skorts for golf and in the clubhouse at any time of the year.  Appropriate shorts & skorts include those tailored for golf and all shorts & skorts must fall no higher than three inches above the knee.  No other types of shorts, including camping, tennis, athletic or cutoffs of any kind may be worn.  Jeans are permitted in the clubhouse and are permitted on the golf course and practice facility November 1st through March 31st; however if they appear overly baggy, worn, torn, ripped, unclean or with holes, they will not be permitted.  

Socks: short golf socks (no higher than ankle length, such as peds or ankle cuff socks) may be worn with the shorts and skorts.  No other types of socks, including knee-length or sweat socks may be worn. 

Headgear:  Headwear (visors and caps of any kind) are to be worn with the bill facing forward.  Visors and caps are permitted in the clubhouse but it is highly recommended that visors and caps be removed while dining.