Dress Code

Dress Code
The Dress Code regulations are intended to maintain the standard of dress traditionally expected at Cataraqui Golf and Country Club. They also recognize current social trends in dress. The attire of members and guests on all occasions and in all locations must be in good taste. The Board of Directors trusts that members and guests will adhere to the Dress Code and uphold the spirit of its regulations.
 
Golf Course and Practice Areas
 
Hats, caps may not be worn backwards on the Golf Course, on the Practice Areas or in the Clubhouse.
 
Male Attire:
  • Dress slacks or golf slacks
  • Dress golf sweater/jacket
  • Dress shorts (maximum 6" above the knee)
  • Golf shirt with collar (Mock T and turtleneck is acceptable)
  • Shoes or sandals may be worn with or without socks or sockettes
 
Female Attire:
  • Dress slacks, golf slacks, culottes or golf skirt
  • Dress golf sweater/jacket
  • Dress shorts (maximum 6" above the knee)
  • Tailored blouse or golf shirt with a collar or sleeves
  • Shoes or sandals may be worn with or without socks or sockettes
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The Club Professional is primarily responsible for enforcing the Dress Code on the Golf Course and practice area.
 
All members and guest must wear "soft" spikes on the Golf Course - No Exceptions!


Curlers
 
  • Attire dictated by warmth, safety and good taste.
 
In the Clubhouse
 
  • Attire appropriate for a curling, golfing or social event is acceptable.
  • Denim Slacks that are tidy and respectful are permitted within clubhouse and patio areas except in Dining Room
  • Male members and guests are not permitted to wear headgear on the upper level. Note: Religious headgear is acceptable at all times.
  • All members and guests are encouraged to remove headwear on the lower level.
 
 
In the Dining Room
 
  • Smart Business Casual
    • Special Events may have exceptions to the smart business casual dress code.
 
General
 
Attire which is unacceptable includes the following:
  • Short shorts, athletic shorts, cut-offs, tank tops, ripped clothing, and clothing with offensive slogans/messages.
  • A Senior Manager is primarily responsible for enforcing the Dress Code in the Clubhouse.
  • A member is requested not to bring Dress Code infractions to the attention of another member. Dress Code infractions should be brought to the attention of a senior manager.
  • The Dress Code applies equally to special functions sponsored by members. The member-sponsor shall ensure that his/her guests are aware of and comply with its regulations.
  • Ambiguities in the application of the Dress Code are left to the discretion of a senior manager.
  • Members and Guests who are not properly attired may be asked to change or to leave the premises.
  • The Dress Code may be reviewed annually.
 
To avoid embarrassment, members are asked to ensure that they and their guests wear appropriate attire.