Rogue Valley Country Club Dress Code

 

Clubhouse

 
Proper seasonal attire is required to ensure the comfort of our members and guests. Management may deny use of club facilities to anyone who is inappropriately dressed.

Casual Attire:
Appropriate attire for men includes:
Collared shirts, turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks
Business slacks, long pants or shorts (mid-thigh length or longer)
Shirts must have sleeves and should be tucked in unless designed to be worn un-tucked (Example: Tommy Bahama Hawaiian shirts).
 
Appropriate attire for women includes:
Business slacks, dress capris, dresses, and skirts, skorts or shorts (mid-thigh length or longer)
Tailored shirts, blouses, sweaters, dressy casual shirts, or other tops allowed on the golf course
 
Sweaters and denim in good condition for adults and children are acceptable. 
Sandals and flip-flops may be worn in the Clubhouse.
Children (12 and over) must abide by the adult dress code.
 
Golf caps must be worn with bills facing forward.
 
Distressed or tattered jeans, tie-dyed jeans or worn-out jeans are never acceptable.** T-shirts,** tank tops,** halter tops, tube tops, crop tops, exercise spandex, or tops that expose the midriff are not permitted.
 
*Dress Denim** is allowed in the Chandler Egan on Fridays, only.
 
* Hats are not allowed in the Chandler Egan, except for golf or other special events.
 
**Photos that show what is, and is not acceptable, are available.
 
Special Events

Black Tie: Tuxedos for men; evening dresses or dressy evening separates for women.
Formal/Black Tie Optional: Tuxedos or dark suits and ties for men; cocktail dresses, evening dresses or dressy separates for women.
Semi-Formal: Suits or sports coats for men; cocktail dresses, evening dresses, or dressy separates for women.
Executive Business Casual: Jacket and slacks for men; ties optional. Blazers or jackets; pant suits, tailored pants, dresses or skirts of appropriate length for women.
Country Club: Collared shirt, mock turtleneck or turtleneck and slacks for men; slacks, dress capris, dresses, skirts or dress shorts for women.  Tops can be tailored shirts or blouses.  Denim and hats are not considered appropriate Country Club attire for adults or children.
 

 

Golf Course

 
The following dress requirements are applicable to all members, guests, children and employees.  It is expected that members and their guests will use common sense and will ensure that their dress is clean, neat, in good repair and conforms to the conventions and traditions of a fine private club.  Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests and juniors adhere to the dress code at all times.
 
MEN

ShirtsShirts are required to have sleeves and a collar or turtleneck or mock neck. (A mock neck is a knitted collar similar to a turtleneck, but without a turnover and is at lease 1 ¼ inches in height.) It is preferred that shirts are tucked in, unless specifically designed to be worn un-tucked. T-shirts are not allowed. 
Shoes:  Golf or Tennis shoes are required on the golf course and practice facilities at all times.  Golf shoes must be equipped with soft spikes (no metal, ceramic, or similar spikes). 
Pants:  Slacks and golf shorts (mid-thigh length or longer) must be tailored and in good repair.  Denim in good repair is allowed. Distressed or tattered jeans, tie-dyed jeans or worn-out jeans are never acceptable. No fleece sweat pants or gym shorts are permitted.
Hats:  Golf caps and visors are to be worn with the bill facing forward at all times. 

 
WOMEN

Shirts:  T-shirts, halter tops, tube tops, crop tops, exercise spandex, spaghetti straps and tank tops, or tops that expose the midriff are not permitted.
Shoes:  Golf or Tennis shoes are required on the golf course and practice facilities at all times.  Golf shoes must be equipped with soft spikes (no metal, ceramic, or similar spikes) and may be worn in all areas of the Clubhouse. 
Pants:  Pants, slacks, and golf shorts (mid-thigh length or longer) must be tailored and in good repair.  Denim in good repair is allowed. Distressed or tattered jeans, tie-dyed jeans or worn-out jeans are never acceptable. Fleece sweat pants, gym shorts, or tights are not acceptable.
Shorts/Skirts:  Shorts and skirts must be appropriate golf attire and mid-thigh length or longer. Cutoffs, running shorts, and bathing suits are not acceptable. 
Hats:  Hats, visors and dress hats are acceptable. 
 
Juniors (Age 0 – 11)
Children 11 and under can wear clothing of their choice in the Clubhouse, golf course and tennis club as long as it remains in good repair and is well kept.  Members are responsible for monitoring the suitability of their own child’s clothing.  Children 12 and older are held to the same standards as adults.
 

 

Tennis Facility

 
All members, their families, and guests are required to dress appropriately for the activities in which they are engaged and as specified in the rules that are adhered to by members of Rogue Valley Country Club.  No member or their guest will be allowed to use the tennis courts if their appearance is inappropriate. Club staff will be responsible for maintaining the dress code as outlined below:
 
General:  Only athletic shoes with soles acceptable for tennis courts are permitted on the courts. Street or basketball shoes are not allowed on the tennis courts. Warm-ups are acceptable for tennis play.
Men:  Tennis shorts are preferred, however, golf or Bermuda shorts are acceptable. No gym shorts, jogging shorts, bathing suits or cutoff jeans are allowed. Tennis shirts with sleeves and collars are preferred; however, T-shirts with small logos on upper chest or sleeve are acceptable. Tennis   sleeveless shirts are allowed.
Women:  Tennis dresses, tennis shirts, tennis skirts, or tennis shorts are preferred, however, golf skirts and golf shorts, Bermuda shorts and T-shirts with small logos on upper chest or sleeve are acceptable. No bathing suits, gym shorts, jogging shorts or tube tops are allowed.
Juniors (aged 0 – 11):  Children 11 and under can wear clothing of their choice as long as it remains in good repair and is well kept.  Members are responsible for monitoring the suitability of their own child’s clothing.  Children 12 and older are held to the same standards as adults.