Dress CodeAll members and guests must adhere to the dress code policy at Woodland Hills Country Club. Please review the following polices for the golf and practice areas, clubhouse, and fitness center.
Appropriate Golf and Practice Attire for course only
- Traditional golf collared shirts or mock turtlenecked (minimum 1" collar)
- Tucked in shirt unless it has a banded waistline designed to be worn over belt/pants.
- Tailored golf slacks or mid-thigh Bermuda style shorts
- Belt must be worn with slacks or shorts
- Front-facing hat/visors
- Soft-spiked golf shoes and soft-soled athletic shoes
- When golfing, attire must confirm with current golf fashion and LPGA standards.
- Skirts, Shorts, dresses and/or slacks (No shorter than 6” above the center of the knee).
- Collared or open neck shirts of a polo style, polo shirts.
- Sleeveless shirts, as designed for golf are acceptable. NO tank tops
- For women golfing, leggings may be worn if designed for golf. NO yoga pants allowed.
- Tailored slacks/pants.
- Front-facing hat/visors.
- Soft-spiked golf shoes and soft-soled athletic shoes.
- Children over the age of 10 must conform to the Dress Code for lady and gentleman golfers.
- All children must be dressed neatly and appropriately.
- Junior Golfers are required to respect the traditions of the game by keeping their shirts neatly tucked and wearing their hats with the bill in front.
- Children 10 and under are permitted to wear appropriate cotton t-shirts, cotton sweatshirts and cotton sweatpants if they do not display excessively large or inappropriate logos.
Inappropriate Golf and Practice Attire
- Denim (all types)
- Yoga pants (by itself)
- Cotton collarless t-shirts
- Cargo pants/shorts
- Gym or workout attire
- Bathing attire
- Basic Tank tops, tube tops, halter tops or midriff tops
- Non-hemmed shorts
- Shoes with metal spikes
- Jogging or warm-up suits
Appropriate Clubhouse Attire
- Attire that meets the golf course dress code policy is permitted in the clubhouse.
- Dress jeans are permitted in the clubhouse.
- For certain special events and or club parties a deviation from the dress code may be allowed.
Inappropriate Clubhouse Attire and Conduct
- NO hats inside club house, includes all dining areas and hallways
- NO cell phones inside club house. Permitted on patios only.
- Athletic workout attire is not permitted in the dining room or bar. i.e., basketball shorts, swimwear.
- Gym or workout attire are not permitted in clubhouse unless picking up to-go restaurant orders
- Excessive sweaty or dirty clothes.
- Denim must not include holes, rips, tears, tatters, frays, acid wash, handwritten messages, pictures, or inappropriate messages.
- Cargo or sweatpants are not permitted.
- No graphic T-shirts
Appropriate Fitness Center Attire
- Proper fitness attire is required including a top, shorts, or pants and shoes.
- T-shirts, sweatshirts, and exercise tops. NO sports bras.
- Exercise shorts and sweatpants. Buttocks must always remain covered.
- Sweats or warm-ups, or hats are allowed.
- Closed toe and heel athletic shoes
Inappropriate Fitness Center Attire
- Strapless blouses, swimsuits, women’s bikini-like items, or visible undergarments/sports bras.
- Slacks, jeans, jean-cutoffs, swimsuits, women’s bikini-like items, or visible undergarments.
- Shorts not covering buttocks, revealing undergarments, cutoff shorts, or cargo shorts with baggy pockets
- Sandals, boat shoes, or golf shoes with spikes