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Dress Code

Golf is a sport that values tradition and etiquette, and a dress code is an important aspect of that culture. These rules may seem restrictive to some, but they help to create a level of decorum that is appreciated by golfers and course staff alike. Additionally, adhering to the dress code shows respect for the sport, the course, and fellow players.

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Blue Ridge Country Club Dress Code

The General Manager and/or Pro Shop staff will enforce the following dress code. Those not adhering to the dress code will not be allowed on the golf course.


In nearly all cases, golf courses require that men wear collared shirts. This usually means traditional cotton, microfiber, or polyester golf shirts. However, we will also allow golf shirts with a turtleneck-style or mock neckcollar. Women's golf tops vary greatly, with or without collars, but all adhere to a traditional sense of modesty.
Therefore: No T-Shirts, Cut Offs, Tube Tops or Bathing Suit Tops will be permitted on the golf course.

Pants and Shorts

Shorts that extend to the knee area with a pleated or flat front are acceptable. Cotton is a popular material for golf shorts, with khaki shorts a common choice. Similar material is common for golf pants, but not required. Jean pants or jean shorts are acceptable as long as no holes are present. Women are permitted to wear long trousers, capris, dress shorts, and golf skirts/skorts
Therefore: No Cut-Off Jeans or Jeans with Holes are permitted on the golf course.

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