Dress Code & Etiquette

Dress Code

Stand is a modern and progressive golf club, however we do expect our members and visitors, both on the course and in the clubhouse, to maintain a respectable standard of dress.

On the Course
Polo shirts and turtleneck golf shirts should be worn (we do realise that some golf attire does not have collars but these need to be branded as golf wear).

Golf shoes should be worn on the course.

Unacceptable clothing includes:
Denim, tracksuits, football attire, beach wear, cargo or combat trousers or shorts and trainers.

Clubhouse
Smart casual clothing may be worn at all times (unless more formal attire has been specified for a function).

Please remove golf hats and caps when entering the clubhouse. Golf shoes should not be worn apart from the locker room.

Smart jeans and training shoes are permitted in the clubhouse, unless for formal functions, where specific dress codes will be communicated.

Etiquette

Golf etiquette is designed to make the game more enjoyable and safer for all; showing respect and courtesy to fellow players and to the course helps prevent any conflict, delays and damage to the course.

* Avoid slow play at all times - If a group fails to keep its place on the course and loses more than one clear hole on the players in front, it should allow the game following to pass at the earliest opportunity.
* Mark the scorecard after you have played your next tee shot, or when someone else is playing theirs, not on the green or before playing your tee shot.
* Please replace all divots and repair pitch marks on greens
* Rake bunkers after use.
* Don't hit your ball until the group ahead are out of range.
* Shout "Fore" if you ball is in danger of hitting someone.
* Do not take trolleys or buggies close or onto the fringe of the greens. During winter, the green keepers will add markings where trolleys should not be taken, please pay attention to these.