Club Dress Code

The purpose of the dress code is to ensure that reasonable and appropriate standards are maintained at all times while on Club premises, in keeping with the expectations of membership at a private club.  It is the responsibility of every member to ensure that their family members and guests comply with the dress code at all times.
 
The Club’s Staff is authorized to enforce the dress code and is supported by the Board of Directors in doing so. The Club reserves the right to request that a member or guest not properly attired move to another area of the Clubhouse, change clothing, or leave the premises. It is unfair to the Directors or the Club’s Staff to be forced to deal with infractions even though they are authorized to do so. Please avoid embarrassing situations. The Pro Shop is well stocked with suitable clothing and any inadvertent errors may be quickly and easily corrected.  Members should be aware that the Pro Shop may also inventory certain lifestyle clothing pieces that may not be suitable in certain areas of the Club.

 


General Dress Code

The dress code term “smart casual” should be considered as a minimum standard of dress at the Club at all times.  Casual attire should be neat and in keeping with the standards of a private country club.  The dress code will apply equally to all members and guests regardless of age.
  • Footwear is required at all times in the Clubhouse.
  • Appropriate denim apparel is permitted in all areas.  Cut-off jeans or jeans that are torn or ripped are NOT permitted anywhere in the Clubhouse.
  • Shirts are to be tucked in neatly at all times, unless designed to be worn untucked.
  • See-through shirts, midriff-baring shirts, or tank tops are not acceptable on the property or in the Clubhouse.
  • Wearing pants or shorts noticeably below waist height is not acceptable.
  • Hats are not to be worn in the upper level of the Clubhouse building.  
  • STGCC-branded clothing is permitted.
  • Appropriate t-shirts with non-STGCC logos are permitted if subtle in display

Dining Room & Annette Gibson Hall

  • Golf course and curling rink attire is acceptable in the Dining Room. Management may establish appropriate dress codes for dining room events.
  • The Annette Gibson Hall is considered to be more formal.
  • T​he General Dress Code rules noted above apply except for special events when posted attire will take precedence.

 

Patio

  • No backward-facing caps and visors at any time
 

Golf Dress Code (All Members)

The Club’s golf dress code mirrors the dress codes accepted by the PGA and LPGA tours, including gentlemen being required to have their shirts fully tucked in at all times.
 
For clarification, the following are NOT acceptable:
  • Pants or shorts with drawstrings and/or cargo-style pants/shorts with external pockets
  • No denim apparel of any colour
  • Metal spiked golf shoes anywhere on the Club’s property
  • No backward-facing caps and visors at any time

 

Curling Dress Code

  • In the curling rink, any curling-related attire is permitted including wind suits, tailored pants, and kilts with tights or leggings.
  • ​No denim apparel of any colour is allowed in the curling rink. 

 

Pool Dress Code

  • For the pool area, health regulations require that members walking between the locker rooms and the pool must wear shoes and shirts, or robes.  Bathing suits must be worn by members when in the pool, consisting of bathing suit bottoms for men, and both a bathing suit bottom and top for women (1-piece and 2-piece suits are acceptable).
 

Fitness Centre

  • Appropriate athletic attire is required.
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.
  • No sandals or flip flops.  Clean, indoor shoes only.
  • Fitness wear is not permitted outside of the Fitness Centre and Locker Rooms.