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Dress Code

It is expected that members will advise their guests of the attire deemed acceptable at The Medicine Hat Golf & C.C. before the guests arrive and it is also expected that a sponsor or sponsors of an outside event advise their guests on the club’s dress code. As dress is a personal matter and as contemporary golfing attire changes from time to time, questions regarding the acceptability of any particular apparel can be reviewed with the Club’s Management.

Golf Course Attire:

Men:

  • Shorts must be tailored and have an inseam length of at least 5 inches, No cut-offs or gym shorts will be allowed.
  • Pants must be tailored. No sweat pants or warm up suits (except for foul weather attire specifically designed for golf) will be allowed.
  • Men’s shirts need a collar or mock collar with sleeves. T-shirts OK if no disrespectful pictures or writing. No muscle shirts.
  • No hiking boots, cowboy boots, bare or stocking feet are allowed. Golf shoes, running shoes and Golf Sandals are the accepted appropriate footwear.

Ladies:

  • Shorts must be tailored and have an inseam length of at least 4 inches, no cut-offs or gym shorts will be allowed.
  • Pants must be tailored. No sweat pants or warm up suits, except for foul weather attire specifically designed for golf, will be allowed.
  • Ladies shirts need a collar when sleeveless, no collar is needed when shirt has sleeves. T-shirt OK if no disrespectful pictures or language. No halter tops.
  • No hiking boots, cowboy boots, bare or stocking feet are allowed. Golf shoes, running shoes and Golf Sandals are the accepted appropriate footwear.

Clubhouse Attire:

  • Everyone is expected to dress tastefully in a manner appropriate to our golf club. Contemporary and fashionable attire is acceptable. Please use common sense.
  • We would like Gentlemen to remove hats and caps when seated in the Lounge or Dining Area. This is a request and not yet mandatory.
  • All dress code violations shall be reported to the General Manager.