Muswell Hill Golf Club has a modern, relaxed approach to its dress regulations and hopes that members, visitors and guests will assist in maintaining the standards expected, both on the course and in the clubhouse.
Recognised golfing apparel only should be worn. Shirts must have collars and be tucked in. No football or rugby style tops. Trousers and shorts must be tailored - no cargo or combat style. No denim jeans or leggings. Socks or shoe liners must be worn. Trousers must not be tucked into socks. Players must wear golf shoes (except juniors under 12 years old). Clean golf shoes may be worn anywhere in the clubhouse.
We would like our members and guests to feel comfortable at our club and to be able to enjoy our clubhouse at ease so we ask only that members and visitors dress in smart, clean clothing. Smart jeans may be worn. Our spike bar is the area for anyone wearing muddy or wet clothing (including shoes) and metal spiked golf shoes. We ask that hats, caps and visors are removed before using the clubhouse.
Members and guests are encouraged, when using a phone, to respect the rights of others to quiet enjoyment of the Club. Therefore, mobile phones should always be placed on silent mode whilst at the Club, both on the course and in the clubhouse (except with the prior permission of the Manager).
Mobile phones may be used to make emergency phone calls on the golf course to obtain urgent medical assistance. During competitions they should be turned off.
Mobile phones may be used to make or receive phone calls in the locker rooms, toilets, offices and corridors of the clubhouse, on the patio and in the car park when out of earshot of the 1st and 17th tees and the 2nd and 18th greens. Mobile phones may be used for texting.
Computers may be used in the clubhouse or on the patio providing respect is shown to others.