Dress Code & Footwear
Standard of dress and general appearance will at all times, determine the privileges of all members and their guests to use the facilities of the clubhouse and course. It is the responsibility of the members to ensure that they and their visitors comply with these regulations
§ Shirts must have a collar - football jerseys are not acceptable. Shirts having a mockcollar are acceptable.
§ Slacks or shorts should be of the tailored type - they should be made of woven fabric and have a fly. Drawstring shorts and those made of knitted stretch fabric are not acceptable.
§ If shorts are worn, long or sports socks must be worn. Sports socks must cover the ankle.
§ Acceptable sports socks will be predominantly white in colour and may incorporate a Golf Club logo or manufacturer’s logo.
§ On the course, covered shoes, of a type that does not damage or leave indentations on the greens, must be worn. Golf shoes with soft spikes are preferred. Metal spikes are prohibited.
§ Tailored skirts, divided skirts, bermuda shorts, pedal pushers or slacks are acceptable. Bermuda shorts are long tailored shorts made of woven fabric. Shorts such as those worn for bike riding or aerobics, made of knitted, stretchfabric and short tennis skirts are not acceptable.
§ Tops should cover the shoulders and preferably have a collar for sun protection. Singlet tops and beach tops are not acceptable.
§ Socks must be worn with shoes. Acceptable socks will be predominantly white incolour and may incorporate a Golf club logo or manufacturer’s logo.
§ On thecourse, covered shoes, of a type that does not damage or leave indentations onthe greens, must be worn. Golf shoes with soft spikes are preferred. Metalspikes are prohibited.
IN THE CLUBHOUSE:
§ Slip on shoes and sandals may be worn in the clubhouse without socks. Clean golf shoes with softspikes may be worn in the clubhouse provided socks are worn with the shoes.
§ Caps must not be worn in the clubhouse
Lavarack Golf Course