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Willamette Valley Country Club

Dress Code

The following dress requirements are applicable to all members and guests. While it is unreasonable to expect that every possible type of clothing will be covered in the following guidelines, 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. In order to avoid potentially embarrassing situations, members are responsible for ensuring their guests and juniors know in advance and adhere to the dress code at all times.

Golf Course & Practice Facilities Dress Code

Men - Permitted
  • Sleeved golf or sport shirts with collar. Acceptable collars include folded, mock and blade.
  • Golf shirts to be untucked if they have a flat bottom hem and are meant to be untucked. Shirts with uneven hems or tails are NOT allowed to be untucked. It is strongly encouraged that all shirts designed to be tucked in, be worn as such.
  • Hooded sweatshirts (non-cotton) are acceptable. Must be a “golf”-brand.
  • Golf slacks or golf shorts that are clean, neat, and in good repair (no athletic shorts allowed).
  • Jogger-style slacks are acceptable but must have belt loops (no elastic waist band).
  • Caps, hats and visors must be worn with the bill facing forwards.
Men - Not Permitted
  • Denim on the course or practice areas.
  • Athletic shorts, sweatpants, jogging suits &/or athletic gear that is not intended for golf course use.
  • Casual tee shirts, muscle shirts, sleeveless shirts, hooded cotton sweatshirts, tennis or swim apparel.
Women - Permitted
  • Appropriate/tasteful golf-length skirts, dresses and shorts must be tailored, neat, and in good repair.
  • Sleeved golf or sport shirts with collar. Acceptable collars include folded, mock and blade.
  • Hooded sweatshirts (non-cotton) are acceptable. Must be a “golf”-brand.
  • Sleeveless shirts with a collar or collarless shirts with sleeves (must be a “golf”-brand).
  • Sleeveless shirts with full collar.
  • Jogger-style slacks are acceptable but must have belt loops (no elastic waist band).
Women - Not Permitted
  • Denim on the course or practice areas.
  • “Cut offs”, denim with rips, holes or exposure.
  • Athletic shorts, sweatpants, jogging suits &/or athletic gear that is not intended for golf course use.
  • Leggings, yoga pants or sweatpants. Leggings must be worn with a skirt, skort, or shorts.
  • Tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, crop tops or hooded cotton sweatshirts.
  • Tops that expose the midriff.

Children & Juniors: The same golf course attire applies to all golfers and those on the golf course, regardless of his/her age.

Clubhouse Dress Code

Men - Permitted
  • Business casual preferred.
  • Sleeved golf or sport shirts with collar.
  • Shirts with tailored bottoms designed to be worn out.
  • It is strongly encouraged that all shirts designed to be tucked in, be worn as such.
  • Golf slacks or golf shorts (no athletic shorts) .
  • Denim is allowed (no rips, holes or exposure allowed).
  • Caps, hats and visors must be worn with the bill facing forward (downstairs only).
Men - Not Permitted
  • Hats and/or visors in the upstairs clubhouse.
  • Cotton, hooded sweatshirts.
  • Tee shirts, muscle shirts, sleeveless shirts, tennis or swim apparel, or athletic shirts.
  • “Cut offs”, denim with rips, holes or exposure.
  • Athletic shorts, sweatpants or jogging suits.
  • Overalls.

Women- Permitted

  • Appropriate/tasteful golf-length skirts, dresses and shorts must be tailored, neat, and in good repair.
  • Sleeveless shirts with a collar or collarless shirts with sleeves.
  • Classy, sleeveless shirts or blouses with no collar are allowed.
  • Classy or club-like dresses are allowed.
  • Shirts designed to be worn out (untucked).
  • Denim allowed (with NO rips, no frayed edges, tears, holes or exposure).

Women- Not Permitted

  • “Cut offs” or denim with rips, holes or exposure.
  • Leggings and yoga pants without a skirt or short.
  • Cotton, hooded sweatshirts.
  • Tennis or swim apparel, jogging suits, athletic gear or sweatpants.
  • Tank tops, halter tops, tube tops, or crop tops.Tops that expose the midriff.
  • Overalls.

JUNIORS (Age 0-7):Children under the age of seven may wear clothing of their choice in the clubhouse as long as it remains in good repair and is well kept. Children 8 and older are held to the same standards as adults.

New Era Rec Dress Code

  • Swimsuits are to be worn within the fitness complex and pool area.
  • No see-through, indecent or risque swimwear allowed.
  • Adult swimwear must be covered when entering and leaving designated pool area. Clubhouse dress code is strictly enforced outside of he designated pool area.
  • Athletic clothing (ie tee shirts, tank tops, athletic shorts, yoga pants, etc) is only allowed in the fitness complex.