Dress Code

WVCC DRESS CODE

The following dress requirements are applicable to all members, guests, children & employees. While it is unreasonable to expect that every possible type of golf shoes and 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, adhere to the dress code at all times.

Men

Shirts - All are required to have a collar or have a turtleneck/mock neck.. It is preferred that all shirts are tucked in, however, untucked shirts are allowed. 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 of the clubhouse.  Sandals and flip flops may be worn in the clubhouse.

Pants - Slacks and golf shorts (with a minimum of a six inch inseam) must be tailored and in good repair. Appropriate denim is allowed in the clubhouse only.  Appropriate denim standards should be considered equal to appropriate slacks standards by appearance.  No fleece sweat pants are permitted. No denim is allowed on the golf course, practice areas, or putting green.

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 formal dining room (The Vista Room) during meal service without prior approval of the General Manager.

Women

Shirts - Sleeveless tops with collars and collarless tops with sleeves are permitted.  It is preferred that all shirts are tucked in, however, untucked shirts are allowed.  Nice fashion t-shirts are acceptable. 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.

Shoes - Golf or Tennis shoes 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 of the clubhouse.  Sandals, flip flops 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.

Pants/Slacks - Must be tailored and in good repair. Appropriate denim is allowed in the clubhouse only.  Appropriate denim standards should be considered equal to appropriate slacks standards by appearance. No fleece sweat pants are permitted. No denim, stretch pants or leggings are allowed on the golf course, practice areas, putting green.  Cutoffs, running shorts, bathing suits and tennis shorts are not acceptable. This does not apply to evening wear.

Shorts/Skirts - Must be appropriate golf attire. Running shorts are not allowed. Tennis attire and sweat suits are not allowed.

Hats, visors and dress hats are acceptable. No hats are to be worn in the formal dining room (The Vista Room) during meal service without prior approval of the General Manager.

Exercise Facility

Fitness attire is permitted and is restricted to the work out room and lockers only.

JUNIORS (Age 0-7)

Children under the age of seven can wear clothing of their choice in the clubhouse as long as it remains in good repair and is well kept.  Members are responsible for monitoring the suitability of their own child’s clothing.  The same golf course attire applies to all golfers regardless of age.  Children 8 and older are held to the same standards as adults. 

 


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