Members, those holding privileges, guests and children of members and those with privileges should at all times dress in a manner appropriate for Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club. The Board of Directors asks that all members arrive at the club properly dressed. Members are responsible for their guests and are expected to advise them of Club Rules and traditions BEFORE they arrive on Club property. Guests are the direct responsibility of the member bringing them to the Club.
The staff have been instructed by the Board of Directors to bring rules violations to the attention of the member immediately. In the case of a guest, the staff have been instructed to address the guest as well as the member. The staff have been instructed to deny services to those persons who do not take corrective action to address the violation in question. All such violations will be reported to the General Manager. We ask you to make every effort to maintain the Club’s tradition of proper attire.
– Members and guests are expected to wear tidy and appropriate attire for the various club areas being used (course, courts, fitness, clubhouse, etc.).
– Bare midriffs are not acceptable.
– Caps and clothing with commercial logos not related to golf or tennis are not allowed.
– Members are responsible for informing their guests of the dress code.
– Staff are instructed to enforce these rules and are empowered to refuse access to the course, courts or clubhouse.
Please refer to Tennis Dress Code for more information
Please refer to Golf Dress Code for more information
Lower Floor of Clubhouse, Including Patios:
Attire worn on the golf course, fitness centre or tennis courts is acceptable. Denim, appropriate for a private club and in good repair, without any rips, tears, frayed ends or holes, worn appropriately, will be permitted on the lower floor of the Clubhouse.
Upper Floor of Clubhouse including Patios:
All members and guests are expected to be neatly dressed in clean, appropriate attire. Upon completion of their activities, golf and tennis members are expected to refresh themselves, including changing to a fresh dry shirt when appropriate. Athletic, fitness or sports attire is not permitted in the Sequoia Room after 5:00 pm.
Gentlemen and junior boys must remove sports headgear on the upper level of the clubhouse. Gentlemen and junior boys must wear socks with all footwear except rubber-soled, moccasin-style, leather deck shoes, such as Topsiders, or sandals. Beach flip-fl ops are not permitted. Soft spikes are permitted.
Fitness attire is not acceptable on upper fl;oor of clubhouse. Warm-up pants and top are required at all times in these areas. Denim, appropriate for a private club and in good repair, without any rips, tears, frayed ends or holes, worn appropriately, will be permitted on the upper floor of the Clubhouse, except in the Sequoia Room daily after 5:00 pm.
In the Sequoia Room, Player’s Bar, Lounges and Patios:
All members and guests are expected to be neatly dressed in clean, appropriate attire. Tennis members must wear warmup pants and warm-up top or tennis sweater, except during the warm weather season (May-September inclusive). Casual attire for all other members is appropriate. Upon completion of their activities, golf and tennis members are expected to refresh themselves, including changing to a fresh dry shirt when appropriate.
Athletic, fitness or sports attire is not permitted in the Sequoia Room after 5:00 pm
When a special event calls for more formal attire, the wearing of golf, fitness and tennis attire is not acceptable. These occasions will be advertised to members through the Green and the Website. Dress code for each event will vary depending on event, and will be advertised with the event.
The dress rules on the golf course and on the tennis courts apply to junior members and junior guests. Members are requested when bringing juniors to the club to see to it that they are neatly dressed.