Open with no restrictions.
Members Guests and Visitors to Largs Golf Club
Largs Golf Club wishes to convey a modern approach to its Dress Regulations and hopes that members, guest and visitors will assist in maintaining standards expected, both on the Course and in the Clubhouse.
On The Course or using the practice Facilities
Conventional golf clothing.
Shirts with collars
New style round / crew neck golf shirts.
Shorts and skirts, which should be of a respectable length, must be tailored and worn with visible sport socks.
Golf shirts must be worn inside the waistband at all times. Players may however wear tops outside their trousers or skirt when they are so designed.
Peaked hats or caps may only be worn with the peak to the front, and must be removed before entering the clubhouse.
Jeans, denims or track-suit bottoms.
Non-tailored shorts. Collarless and / or sleeveless shirts, rugby or football style shirts or jerseys.
Shirts or outer garments with prominent logos or numbers. Trousers tucked into socks.
Trainers or other non-golfing footwear.
IN THE CLUBHOUSE
Dress should be smart/casual throughout the clubhouse unless otherwise stated. On formal occasions, Gentlemen may be requested to wear a jacket and tie. Tailored shorts can be worn the in club house.
Jeans may be worn. All clothing, including jeans, must be clean and not torn or soiled. During the playing season from April until September soft spiked shoes are permitted throughout the clubhouse provided they are clean dry and free from grass.
Golf waterproofs, holdalls or clubs are not acceptable in the lounge or dining room.
Mobile phone audible alerts should be switch off while in the club house. If you require to answer or make a phone call please leave the dining room or bar.
IF CARRYING GOLF CLUBS/TROLLEYS PLEASE DO NOT ENTER OF LEAVE BY THE MAIN FRONT ENTRACE.
CHANGING IN THE CAR PARK IS NOT PERMITTED.
Players are reminded that those found with unsuitable attire will be asked to change or leave the course.
The standard of dress on the course will be determined by the professional and his staff or the club secretary.
Within the clubhouse the House Manager and her staff are authorised to ensure that the dress of any individual meets an acceptable standard and may require them to leave the clubhouse should they fail to do so.