TWIN LAKES GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB DRESS CODE

  When unitizing Club Facilities, appropriate attire is required at all times for members and their guests.  Attire should always be in conformance with what is normally expected at a private country club.   MENS’ DRESS CODE
  • Denim may be worn in all areas of the Club, except for the golf course, driving range and practice facilities. Any denim worn must be neat, tidy and not torn.
  • Shirts must have both a collar and sleeves.
  • Exception: Actual Golf Tee Shirts (mock collar) are permitted.
  • Swimsuits, cotton sweats, and athletic attire are not allowed. The only types of shorts allowed are golf or tennis shorts with a minimum 6” inseam.
  • Clothing shall not have any off-color slogans.
  • No hats or visors are allowed in the dining room after 6:00 p.m.
  • No bare feet are allowed in the Clubhouse.
WOMENS’ DRESS CODE
  • Denim may be worn in all areas of the Club, except for the golf course, driving range, and practice facilities. Any denim worn must be neat, tidy, and not torn.
  • The only types of shorts allowed are golf or tennis shorts with a minimum 6” inseam.
  • On the golf course and driving range, shirts must have either a collar or sleeves. No halter-tops, tank tops, bare midriff tops, spandex, sweat pants, tee shirts, or swimsuits allowed.
  • In the Clubhouse and on the decks, blouses need not have either a collar or sleeves. No bare midriff tops, tee shirts, gym wear (sweats, etc.), spandex, or swimsuits not allowed.  All other provisions of the women’s dress code policy will apply.
  • Actual Golf Tee Shirts (mock collar) are permitted.
  • No golf, baseball hats, or visors are allowed in the dining room after 6:00 p.m.
  • No bare feet are allowed in the Clubhouse.
  Juniors are required to follow all dress regulations established for adults as wells as any other rules set by the Junior Golf Committee.   Exceptions to these rules will apply only for special functions when advertised as such.
  • Blue Friday or Seahawk game day during football season (Seahawks Jersey)
  It is the member’s responsibility to inform his/her guests of the dress code requirements.  The Clubhouse staff has been directed to inform any member or guest when their attire is not appropriate.  Clubhouse privileges may be denied to any member or guest, not in compliance with the dress code.