A contemporary and forward thinking dress code.
We have tried to take a more relaxed view of our dress code but PLEASE help us by taking a sensible attitude to what is and what is not acceptable. They are extremely important to us and have been established to complement your overall experience at the Club.
Our staff are here to answer any questions you have about the dress code and they have been directed to gently remind those who accidentally forget or are uninformed of the standards.
We ask all members and guests to be aware of, and adhere to, Sandbach Golf Clubs dress code. The dress code applies to all areas of Club grounds: the Clubhouse, golf course, practice areas and car park.
Members and guests must use the appropriate locker room to change their shoes and other attire.Clubhouse & Club Patio Dress Code
- No sandals or flip-flops to be worn in the Clubhouse.
- No sleeveless shirts or t shirts will be permitted for men. Sleeveless shirts must have a collar for ladies.
- Baseball caps or hats of any other description must not be worn the wrong way round and must be removed before entering the clubhouse.
Mens Dress Code
Effective year round (calendar period January 1 through December 31): Shirts with sleeves and attached collars must be worn at all times. Shirts without collars, sleeves, undershirts, “tee shirts” or “tank tops” are not permitted.
Turtle necks and mock turtlenecks are acceptable alternatives to collared shirts. Tailored trousers or shorts may be worn, but blue denim jeans, cut-offs, cargo trousers and shorts, swimsuits, gym shorts, athletic style or jogging shorts, or sweat pants are not permitted at any time.
Ladies Dress Code
Effective year round (calendar period January 1 through December 31): Sleeveless golf shirts are acceptable, but “tank tops” or halters are not permitted. Tailored trousers or shorts may be worn, but blue denim jeans, cut-offs, gym shorts, athletic style or jogging shorts, or sweat pants are not permitted at any time.