Course Open (updated 24 March at 07:35)
Dress Code

                  PANNAL GOLF CLUB – DRESS CODE GUIDANCE

 

   Members and Visitors are politely requested to abide by the Dress Code guidance set out below. Blue and black denim clothing, tee      shirts, non-golf shorts or cargo shorts/trousers are not permitted on the course.

 

DRESS CODE VISUAL GUIDE (CLICK HERE)

 

Course and Practice Facilities – Men

 

Acceptable:

 - Shirts: Golf shirts with collars, roll necks or new style crew necks provided they are worn inside the waistband
- Trousers/Shorts: Trousers or golf shorts. Shorts must be of an appropriate length
- Socks: Long or short sports socks
- Shoes: Recognised golf shoes (on the course)

Unacceptable:

- Shirts: Un-tucked shirts, T-shirts, rugby/football shirts, blue or black denim
- Trousers/Shorts: Non-golf shorts, beach shorts, cargo trousers/shorts, rugby/football shorts, blue or black denim
- Socks: No socks
- Shoes: Trainers or non-recognised golf shoes (on the course)

 

Course and Practice Facilities – Ladies

 

Acceptable:

- Shirts: Collarless blouses or tops whether tucked in or not
- Trousers: full length or “Capri” half length
- Socks: Long, short or trainer
- Recognised golf shoes (on the course)

Unacceptable:

- Shirts: cropped tops, strappy tops, T-shirts, blue or black denim
- Trousers/Shorts: beach shorts, cargo trousers/shorts, blue or black denim
- Socks: No socks
- Shoes: Trainers or non-recognised golf shoes (on the course)

 

CLUBHOUSE

 

In general smart casual attire can be worn. Smart jeans are perfectly acceptable.

Golf shoes, muddied and wet clothing, T-shirts, non- golf shorts and cargo trousers/shorts are not permitted.

    In dry conditions you may enter from the Centenary Terrace in golf shoes to go to the bar when ordering refreshments for subsequent outside consumption.

DINING ROOM

 

Formal or informal wear is acceptable including smart jeans. Jackets may be worn.

MOBILE DEVICES

 

Free Wi-Fi is available in and around the clubhouse.

Please keep all devices silent so that they do not cause distraction or upset to your fellow members, guests or visitors. If you do need to use your phone please do so considerately respecting others particularly in the vicinity of the 1st tee.

 
Club officials, staff and the Professional are empowered to ensure all using the club abide by the dress code.