Dress Code

Updated 10/18/12

The Oakdale Golf and Country Club Dress Code Policy applies to all facilities throughout the club and course and to all members, guests and employees.

 

In order to maintain the dignity of the Club, the game of golf and those that play the game, the Club requires all members and guests to dress in good taste. Appropriate attire* is required on all Club property. It is the member’s responsibility to inform his or her guests of the dress code. Children, less than 18 years old, may be allowed limited variances to the length of hemmed clothing due to fashion availability. The Club does allow the wearing of “Country Club Denim” which excludes anyone from wearing denims with rips, frays or holes in the denim. In general, swimwear, workout attire, message shirts and cut-off shorts are not permitted. Compliance with the dress code is mandated for all members and guests. Anyone refusing to comply will be asked to leave the premises and an incident report will be filed with the Club Manager.

 

Golf Course – Male

Traditional collared shirts or mock turtle necked shirts must be worn. No message T-shirts, tank tops or sleeveless shirts. No bare feet. Shorts must be hemmed longer than the tips of your fingers hanging down while standing.

 

Golf Courses – Female

Golf appropriate tops must be worn. No tube tops or halter tops, straps must be at least 2”wide. No bare feet. Shorts, skorts or skirts must be hemmed longer than the tips of your fingers hanging down while standing.

 

Clubhouse

Proper attire, which reflects good taste and neatness, is required for dining and special events in the clubhouse and surrounding areas. Men are not allowed to wear hats in the dining room during regular dinner service.

 

Themed parties may be excluded from the dress code, with Club Manager approval.