The dress code is designed to offer our members comfort while maintaining a standard of decorum for all members, guests, and visitors. We recognize that we are much more than a golf course. Our members come to dine, socialize, golf, play tennis, and work out. Our dress code is designed to facilitate the needs of all members. The dress code applies to everyone including guests and youngsters/juniors. Members are responsible for acquainting their guests, including children, with these dress rules. Appropriate attire is available in the Golf Shop.
Athletic / Tennis Facility
Appropriate workout attire is expected. Ragged or torn clothing is not acceptable. Non-marking (white or clear) court shoes are required on the tennis courts.
Pool Area / Snack Bar
A cover-up or shirt is required over your swimsuit and footwear must be worn when walking outside of the pool area.
Golf wear as prescribed below, or tailored warm-ups or branded athletic wear are permitted in the clubhouse areas.
Men: Shirts must have collars, sleeves and be always tucked in, unless banded. Mocks are acceptable. Tailored golf shorts are acceptable with mid-thigh length or longer, no tennis length or short shorts. Neat denim and sweatshirts/sweaters in good taste are acceptable. T-shirts and athletic wear are not acceptable.
Women: Sleeveless shirts must have a collar; halter/tank tops are not permitted. Tailored golf shorts/skirts are acceptable with mid-thigh length or longer, no tennis length or short shorts. Neat denim and sweatshirts/sweaters that are in good taste are acceptable. T-shirts and athletic wear are not acceptable.
Examples of Acceptable and Unacceptable Attire:
- Ragged T-Shirts--unacceptable
- Clothing with heavy perspiration--unacceptable
- Sweatshirts (neat and clean) are permitted, provided they are not sporting logos or slogans which are profane, suggestive, in poor taste, or are political in nature.
- Head wear is permitted in the Cascade dining room only during golf functions.
- Clean and neat denim pants (no baggy pants) are permitted.
These same rules apply to all children/juniors. Exceptions can be made for infants and small children as deemed appropriate by the Club staff. Any changes to the dress code will be published in the Tradition newsletter, posted on the website, and around the clubhouse, as notification to the membership.
The General Manager, the Food and Beverage Manager or their designees, the golf professional, and golf marshals are responsible for, and have the authority to enforce, all rules and policies pertaining to the dress code.