Dress Requirements

The Ekwanok Country Club dress code contributes to the tradition, decorum and dignity of our club and applies to the entire club property.

 

When visiting Ekwanok, the following guidelines are to be observed by all members, family members, guests, children and grandchildren.

CLUBHOUSE

Daytime Dining: Golf attire and tennis whites are acceptable in all areas of the club.

 

Evening Dining: Gentlemen are expected to wear coats and ties for Sunday dinners and special evening events, with equally appropriate attire for ladies. Jackets are not required for Club Nights, 9 and Dine and Wednesday Night Dinners after bridge.

 

GOLF AND TENNIS

Golf Course: Proper golf attire is required at all times on the golf course and the practice facilities.

Gentlemen: Polo-style shirts with collars and sleeves must be worn, with shirts tucked into pants or shorts at all times. Shorts must be golf-styled or golf-specific, and must be Bermuda-length. Unacceptable attire includes: cargo pants or shorts, athletic shorts, bathing suits, sweat pants, blue jeans, overly baggy pants or any shorts not within 4 inches of the knee. Hats must be worn bill forward.

Ladies: Polo-style shirts with collars, with or without sleeves, may be worn. Shirts without collars are acceptable provided they have sleeves. Graphic t-shirts, tank tops and halter-tops are not acceptable. Leggings, athletic shorts, sweat pants, blue jeans, cargo pants and short shorts are not permitted. Shorts and skirts must be golf-styled or golf-specific and adhere to the “fingertip” length rule. Hats must be worn bill forward.

Tennis Courts: Appropriate tennis whites (colored trim acceptable) are required for ladies, gentlemen and children over 13 years old. While whites are preferred for all ages, junior players (12 years and under) may wear 50% white and 50% colored (i.e., a white top with a blue skirt, or a green shirt with white shorts).

It is recognized that ladies' tennis skirts are shorter than the "fingertip" length required for ladies' golf skirts.

Tennis attire is not acceptable on the golf course. Golf attire is not acceptable on the tennis courts.

Gentlemens and Ladies’ Locker Rooms are the only acceptable places for changing clothes and shoes.

Gentlemen and boys are required to remove their hats when entering the clubhouse.

Unacceptable Attire: At no time are the following items acceptable anywhere within the club: blue denim, t-shirts, tank tops, jogging attire, spandex, sweatshirts, short shorts, cut-offs or clothing carrying commercial or inappropriate messages.

 

It is the responsibility of the General Manager, the Tennis Professional, and the Golf Staff to inform members if they are not in compliance with the dress code. Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests (including children) conform.