Guest Information

Guest Information

WELCOME TO ROYAL OAKS COUNTRY CLUB

To ensure that our guests have a great experience at Royal Oaks, here are some important guest policies and Dress Code information to familiarize yourself with.  It is expected that members and their guests will use common sense and will ensure that their dress is clean, neat, in good repair and conforms to the conventions and traditions of a fine private club.

Some important points to remember are:

  • Guests are asked to sign in at the Golf Shop and pay the required green fees.
  • Guests must be accompanied by the member when using club facilities.
  • Please be aware of the Dress Code of Royal Oaks (see below).

GUEST PLAY POLICY

Guests may play Royal Oaks once a month from June – September and up to three times per month from October – May.

DRESS CODE

The following dress requirements are applicable to all members’ guests, children & employees. They apply to the clubhouse, Golf Shop, Bobby Litton Room, upper dining room (Maple Room), driving ranges and golf course.

MEN

  • SHIRTS are required to have a collar or have a turtleneck/mock neck.  All shirts must be tucked in at all times.  Camp shirts with a full button front and straight hem are allowed to be un-tucked.  T-shirts are not allowed in the clubhouse, golf course, putting green or practice facility.  Sweaters or jackets are allowed.
  • SHOES—Golf or Tennis shoes are required on the golf course and practice area at all times.  Golf shoes must be equipped with soft spikes (no metal, ceramic or similar spikes) and may be worn in all areas except the upper dining room (Maple Room).  Sandals may be worn in the clubhouse but it’s restricted in the Upper Dining Room (Maple Room).  Golf sandals are only allowed on the golf course, chipping green, putting green or practice facilities.
  • PANTS—Slacks and golf shorts (with a minimum of a six inch inseam) must be tailored and in good repair.  Denim in good repair is allowed only in the clubhouse.    No fleece sweat pants are permitted.  No denim or scrubs are allowed on the golf course, practice areas, putting greens or upper dining room (Maple Room).  Cutoffs, running shorts, bathing suits and tennis shorts are not acceptable.
  • HATS—Golf caps and visors are to be worn with the bill facing forward at all times.  No hats are to be worn in the upper dining room (Maple Room) unless otherwise approved by the Club Manager.
  • JACKETS are encouraged for evening dining in the upper dining room (Maple Room) but are not required.
  • HOODED SWEATSHIRTS are not allowed on the golf course, clubhouse or Golf Shop.

LADIES

  • SHIRTS– Sleeveless tops with collars and collarless tops with sleeves are permitted.  Shirts without a collar and sleeveless are not permitted.  Tops must be worn tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn otherwise. In the clubhouse, tops are required to have a minimum of two inch strap over the shoulder. Nice fashion t-shirts are acceptable.  Printed T-shirts, halter tops, tube tops, crop tops, spandex and tank tops or tops that expose the midriff are not permitted in the clubhouse or on the golf course at any time. This does not apply to evening wear after 5pm.
  • SHOES and sneakers are required on the golf course and practice facilities at all times.  Golf shoes must be equipped only with soft spikes (no metal, ceramic or similar spikes) and may be worn in all areas except the upper dining room (Maple Room).  Sandals and high heels may be worn in the clubhouse.  Spiked high heels are not allowed on the golf course, chipping green, putting green or practice facilities.  This does not apply to evening wear after 5pm.
  • PANTS and Slacks must be tailored and in good repair.  Denim in good repair is allowed in the clubhouse only.  Denim is restricted from wear in the upper dining room (Maple Room).  Fashionable matching warm-up suits are allowed.  No fleece sweat pants are permitted.  No denim, scrubs, stretch pants or leggings are allowed on the golf course, practice areas, putting greens or upper dining room (Maple Room).  Cutoffs, running shorts, bathing suits and tennis shorts are not acceptable.  This does not apply to evening wear after 5pm.
  • SHORTS and golf skirts, there is no specific length requirement. Members are responsible to dress fashionably on the golf course while in compliance with the dress code. Bermuda length shorts must be tailored and in good repair. Running shorts and short shorts are not allowed.  Tennis attire and sweat suits are not allowed.
  • HATS, visors and dress hats are acceptable.  Golf hats are not to be worn in the upper dining room (Maple Room) unless otherwise approved by the Club Manager.
  • HOODED SWEATSHIRTS are not allowed on the golf course, clubhouse or Golf Shop.

CLUBHOUSE DRESS CODE

The following requirements are applicable to all members, guests, children and employees, and apply to all areas except the golf course and practice facilities of Royal Oaks Country Club. While it is unreasonable to expect every possible type of attire will be covered in the following guidelines. It is expected that members and their guests will ensure their attire is clean, neat, in good repair and conforms to the conventions and traditions of a fine private Club. In order to avoid potentially embarrassing situations, it is the members’ responsibility to inform their guest of the Club policy regarding suitable attire.

  • SHIRTS and TOPS—Shirts must be tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn otherwise. Halters, tank stops, t-shirts and bare midriff garments are not permissible.
  • SHOES—Golf shoes are allowed in all places except for the formal dining room. Sandals may be worn in the clubhouse but they are restricted in the formal dining room.
  • PANTS—Slacks, golf shorts and skorts must be tailored and in good repair. Denim in good repair is allowed in all areas of the Club house except the Maple Room. Exercise, tennis, jogging and yoga attire are not permissible.
  • HATS – No hats in the upper dining room (Maple Room) unless otherwise approved by the Club Manager.
  • Appropriate evening attire is allowed after 5pm

SWIMMING POOL DRESS CODE

  • All persons in swim suits must stay in designated pool area.  Swimsuits are NOT ALLOWED outside of the pool area.
  • Clothing MUST cover swim wear when entering and leaving designated pool area.
  • Club Dress Code is strictly enforced outside of the designated pool area.

BREACHES OF DRESS CODE

Management is fully trained and familiar with the Dress Code and will maintain a tactful and appropriate approach to members and their guests should a Dress Code infraction be noted or be brought to their attention.

Under no circumstances should members confront breaches of the Dress Code on the part of other members or their guests. If necessary, such breaches should be discreetly brought to the attention of management.