Smart customary golf wear is expected on the course.
In the clubhouse, smart casual clothing is expected, other than on certain occasions when a specified dress code will be advised.
Examples of what the Committee expects these standards to mean in practice:
- Hats, and dirty or torn clothing should not be worn in the clubhouse
- Rrunning shorts, cycling shorts and beach wear should not be worn anywhere on the premises
- Shirts may be worn outside trousers/shorts/skirts if designed to be worn that way
- Deck shoes and sandals may be worn in the clubhouse without socks
- Changing into and out of golf clothes should be done in the changing rooms and not in the car park
Dress Code for Men
Dress Code for Women
If you have any questions about our dress code please contact us
Keith, I know that I spoke to both yourself and Steve Elway on the day, but I just wanted to send you another communication about my experience last Friday. I have played at Gloucester for about 30 years now and the course is in the best condition that I have ever seen it. I know that you have faced various challenges over the last two years or so but you and your team are to be congratulated for the hard work and effort that you have clearly put in. The other Minch Captain's that I played with thought exactly the same. I addition to the course, the food and service in the bar area was excellent and the chap clearing away the dirty dishes from the tables was most efficient! The whole experience was first class. Thanks again and please pass on my sentiments to your staff. Best regards, Trevor Lee 2015 Captain MGCTrevor Lee Friday July 12th 2019 18/09/2019Read More Testimonials