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Clubhouse Dress and Conduct Policy

 
Ralston Golf Club offers a warm welcome to all members, guests and visitors and expects everyone to observe good standards of behaviour, have regard for other people using the Clubhouse and comply with the Clubhouse Policy.
 
In the Clubhouse the discretion to follow fashion preference is allowed subject to a few general requirements:
 
  • Clothing should be clean and tidy.
  • Outdoor coats/jackets are not allowed in the Clubhouse Lounges and should be placed in the cloakroom.
  • No hats should be worn other than at formal functions. e.g. weddings  
  • No ripped or torn clothing.
  • Smart denims are allowed in the Clubhouse with the exception of the Strathmore Room. (unless authorised by the Clubhouse Manager)
  • Tailored shorts only.  Until 6pm
  • Gents and Junior Boys should wear collared shirts.
  • No football colours.
  • Members are reminded that before entering the lounges they should change from their golfing attire. 
A few Club functions are designated as either, Formal (black tie) or Jacket collar and tie and they are noted in the Club diary
Members are expected to ensure that their guests comply with the policy.
 
The Council
30 August 2016
 

RGC Clubhouse Policy on Use of Lounges and Rooms

  1. Members are welcome to use any room available during opening hours. The Clubhouse Manager will give prior intimation on the notice board if a late licence is granted beyond 11pm on a Friday or Saturday night and when the bar will close.
  2. The Club will normally provide at least one room for members at all times. For these purposes the Club refer to the Stables Room, Strathmore Room, Ralston Lounge and the Restaurant Area.
  3. Club Functions and Members’ Private Functions will be organised. Access to club Functions will be restricted to those purchasing tickets. Access to Members’ Private Functions will be by invitation only.
  4. When a function is organised in the Ralston Lounge, those members and their guests using another room will have access to the bar to order food and drink to be consumed in their chosen available room. Members are expected to respect the entitlement to privacy of those invited or paying to attend a function.
  5. Only those attending a function in the Ralston Lounge are allowed to stay in the bar area.
Members are expected to ensure that their guests comply with the policy.
 
The Council
30 August 2016