Dress Code & Etiquette
Dress Code on the Course
Locker rooms are provided for all players, so that changing to and from course attire and footwear in the car park in not acceptable. Denim jeans, training shoes, and collarless shirts are not permitted, and socks are to be worn at all times.
Although knee socks worn with tailored shorts are preferred, players may also wear predominantly white or light coloured ankle length socks.
Shirts with collars, golf skirts/skorts, cropped or full length trousers, and tailored shorts.
Dress Code in the Club House
Ryder Cup Room
(For informal food and drink) Normal golfing attire. No golf shoes at any time.
Golfing attire or casual until 11.00 am. No golf shoes at any time. Thereafter jacket and tie or roll neck sweater. Ladies are requested not to wear golf shoes or golfing attire in the Bar or Dining Room.
Jacket and tie.
Boys aged under eleven are not required to wear a jacket and tie in the Bar or Dining Room but must comply with all other aspects of the Dress Code. Boys aged eleven or over must comply with the Gentlemens Dress Code and all girls must comply with the Ladies Dress Code. Those accompanying junior or temporary junior members must comply with the Dress Code and are allowed in the Ryder Cup room only. They are not allowed to purchase or consume alcoholic drinks in accordance with the Club’s license.
Mobile phones should be switched off, both on the Course and in the Clubhouse.
Playing the Course
Lindrick is a genuine championship course and it is a requirement that all players should be regular club players with a current handicap.
All visitors should sign in and register at the Professional’s shop before teeing off.
The Green Fee ticket should be displayed at all times.
On the Course
Extensive practice facilities, one with covered bays are available. There is in addition an all weather artificial turf practice area. Baskets of balls are available from the Pro’s shop.
Play should be from Yellow tees unless specific permission to play from the White tees has been obtained from the Club Secretary or the Professional.
It is expected that that the etiquette of golf relative to the care of the Course (for example the replacement of divots and repair of pitch marks) and to the speed and priority of play should be adhered to at all times.
Trolleys must not be taken on to teeing areas or between greenside bunkers and the green.
A limited number of buggies are available for hire. These must be booked in advance via the Professional’s Shop.
Private vehicles are left in the club car park at the owner’s own risk.
Visitors are reminded that the Club will accept no responsibility for loss or damage to personal belongings.