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Members, guests and visitors should maintain the highest standards of dress which are appropriate to the attendance at St Athan Golf club. Such dress should be clean, tidy and undamaged. The wearing of tracksuits, combat style trousers and vests is not permitted. Clothing with offensive slogans are considered inappropriate and must not be worn. Clean and tidy training shoes are acceptable in the clubhouse, as are clean and tidy T shirts.

However attendance at certain functions may require a strict dress code dependant on the function.

Clothing designed for other sports is not considered appropriate e.g. rugby shirts, football socks etc. however on International rugby weekends national rugby shirts may be worn in the clubhouse. Unless worn for weddings and special occasions, the wearing of hats is restricted to the changing areas.
All golfers must wear regulation golf shoes whilst playing on the course.

Juniors may wear trainers on the course in the first year of membership. Caddies or supporters may wear trainers on the course.
Trousers tucked into socks are not considered appropriate.
The wearing of golf shoes and protective clothing in the clubhouse is restricted to the changing areas.

LADIES

On the Course – Ladies may wear tailored trousers, culottes, shorts, skirts or 3/4 trousers. They may wear shirts with a collar or turtle neck with or without sleeves. They may wear preferably white knee length, ankle or trainer
socks.

No denim to be worn by golfers on the course.

GENTLEMEN

On the Course -Gentlemen may wear tailored trousers or shorts. If worn, tailored shorts must be of maximum knee length and preferably worn with predominately white ankle or trainer socks. Baggy beach type shorts or shorts for other sports are not acceptable. Patch pockets or baggy vented patch
pockets on the legs of trousers or shorts are not considered appropriate. Gentlemen may wear polo, turtle neck or normal shirts with collar but they all must have either long or short sleeves.

No denim to be worn by golfers on the course.

The wearing of golf shoes and protective clothing in the clubhouse is restricted to the changing areas.