The Royal Belfast Golf Club subscribes to the Standards of Dress recommended by the Golfing Union of Ireland and the Irish Ladies Golf Union. To ensure that our members and visitors feel at ease whilst visiting the Club the following dress code should be observed. The dress code relates principally to gentlemen’s dress. Ladies’ dress should be commensurate with that worn by gentlemen.
The following are unacceptable at all times:
In the Clubhouse or on the course:
UNACCEPTABLE DRESS (LADIES AND JUNIOR GIRLS)
In the clubhouse and on the course
UNACCEPTABLE IN THE CLUBHOUSE (ALL), except for access to changing rooms:
The Club recognises the following forms of dress:
IN THE CLUBHOUSE
The Sinclair Room and Baillie Room are formal areas. The dress in these areas is formal unless directed otherwise by Council
The remaining areas of the Clubhouse are informal areas. The dress in these areas is smart casual or casual unless directed otherwise by Council.
ON THE GOLF COURSE AND TENNIS COURTS
The acceptable dress on the golf course is neat golf wear and on the tennis courts is neat tennis wear. Tennis clothing and shoes should be predominately white. Dress should be of a design appropriate to the sport.
Phone calls may only be made or received in the Atrium at the players’ entrance or from inside Member’s/visitor’s cars.
Members of the medical profession on call are deemed an exception.