Dress regulations are provided here to give you a guide to traditional golf course attire. We take pleasure in welcoming visitors to Burleigh Golf Club, however we are a traditional golf club and Dress Regulations apply to all players. Please follow these standards when you come to play with us.
PERSONS INCORRECTLY DRESSED WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO PLAY
MALE DRESS CODE ON COURSE
Men Shirt with collar, shoes, socks, slacks. Tailored shorts may
be worn with long socks or predominantly white sports socks.
golf shoes with soft spikes or dimpled soles must be worn on the course
must be neat and tidy and be appropriate for golf
shirts must have a collar and be tucked in at all times
or roll necks are acceptable
socks, covering the ankle and predominantly white are allowed
- Clothing which is not acceptable includes, but is not limited to, stubbies,
tracksuits, shorts or slacks with a drawstring or elasticised waist, blue denim
jeans, football jerseys, T-shirts,
singlets, halter or midriff tops, tops with slogans, flannelette
Clubhouse Dress Regulations
To maintain the high standard you enjoy in our Clubhouse, we require all patrons to adhere to the following standards.
The following dress is NOT PERMITTED AT ANY TIME:
- Football shorts, stubbies or short shorts
- Training Apparel
- Men's Caps/Headwear (inside exception, religious headwear)
- Bare feet
- Torn or dirty joggers
- Offensive clothing
- Bike Shorts
- Untidy, faded or frayed clothing
- Torn or untidy tracksuits
Appearance must be clean, neat and tidy at all times.
Obscene or offensive language or clothing will not be tolerated.
At all times, under all circumstances, Management reserves the right to refuse entry to, or ask to vacate the premises, any person whom in the personal opinion of Management does not comply with the above requirements pertaining to dress regulations.
PRIOR TO TEE OFF
- Arrive at least fifteen minutes early to check-in at the proshop.
If you cannot meet your tee-time booking please call the proshop to cancel.
- Subject to other cancellations, you may be asked to change playing groups.
- Collect a sand bucket
- Be ready to play when it is your time to tee off.
ON THE TEE
- Mark your ball so that you can identify it.
Hit ONLY when golfers ahead of you are out of range.
- Stand still and facing other golfers while they are hitting.
- Watch where all balls go to avoid time spent looking for lost balls.
- Yell the warning "FORE!" if your ball is heading toward another golfer.
- Sand your divot.
- Walk directly to your ball unless you reach someone else's ball first.
Place your bag or cart near you when hitting.
- Take no more than one practice swing.
- Player furthest from the hole usually plays first, but golfers out of range of the group in front can play first, if ready.
- Sand your divot, and others you may see whilst walking the fairways.
- Walk briskly between shots and be ready to play when it is your turn.
- Keep pace with the group in front of you at all times.
- Assist playing partners when needed by bringing clubs, finding lost balls, etc.
- Adhere to motorised cart rules at all times.
ON THE GREEN
- Place your bag or cart between the green and the next tee.
- Take all clubs that you may need.
- Repair your own ball marks and others.
- Avoid stepping on another player's putting line.
- Players begin putting when all balls are on the green.
- The person furthest away from the hole putts first.
- On long putts, have another player attend the flagstick.
- Mark your ball if it is in the path of another player's ball.
- Record all scores on the next tee.