In common with any members’ club, whether a member or visitor, we kindly request that some rules are followed. Members of staff and Course Rangers are authorised to approach members and visitors if dress regulations are not being adhered to.
Mobile telephones are not permitted in the communal rooms of the Club nor on any of the courses, Driving Range, practice areas and Tennis Courts. Members of the medical profession may carry bleepers or mobile telephones on any of the courses or on the Tennis Courts. Mobile telephone text messages may be retrieved but audible messages may only be received or made outside the building.
Clubhouse (including the Wentworth Grill, accommodation and events)
a Blue denim clothing, sleeveless shirts and collarless T-shirts are not permitted in the Clubhouse.
b Smart casual clothing is acceptable in the Burma Bar, Grill and Lounge all day.
c Tracksuits and trainers may not be worn in the Clubhouse.
d Spiked or rubber soled golf shoes may be worn in the Bag Drop area, Locker Room and Professional Shop. Day shoes must be worn in the Clubhouse.
e Tailored shorts may be worn during the summer months; men must wear shoes, however socks are not mandatory.
f The wearing of hats in the Clubhouse is unacceptable, with the exception of ladies’ formal hats.
g The wearing of swimming costumes, even when covered by a sarong, is not acceptable.
h Children under the age of 10 will be allowed in the Clubhouse, but must be fully clothed, and under the supervision of an adult at all times.
Burma Bar Terrace and Grill Terrace
a It is acceptable to wear tracksuits and trainers.
b The wearing of swimming costumes only is not acceptable, but is permissible if covered by a sarong.
c Tailored shorts may be worn during the summer months; men must wear shoes, however socks are not mandatory.
Golf Courses and practice areas
a Jeans and collarless T-shirts are not permitted on the courses at any time. Ladies may wear sleeveless shirts provided they are tailored. Leggings are not permitted on the courses.
b Tracksuits are not acceptable on the courses, Driving Range or any other practice facility.
c Spiked or rubber soled golf shoes must be worn on the courses. It is acceptable to wear training shoes on the Driving Range.
d Tailored shorts may be worn during the summer months; men must wear either knee-length or short-white socks.
e Baseball hats or caps of any description must not be worn the wrong way round.
Tennis & Health Club, The Spa
a Always check in with Reception at the Club
b Wipe down machines in the Gym after use
c Supervise young children in all areas of the Club, especially around the pool and in the changing rooms
d Put the complimentary towels in the baskets provided once you’ve finished with them
All players to ensure they do not cross other members’ courts whilst play is in progress, use court gate exits where possible, ensure noise levels on a court are kept to an appropriate level.
a Ladies – predominately white tennis shirts/tops. Coloured tennis shorts or skirts may be worn.
b Men – predominately white collared tennis shirts. Coloured tennis shorts may be worn.
c Children under seven years may wear a T-shirt on court which must be predominately white.
d Coloured tennis tracksuits are permitted.
e Tennis specific shoes, with non-marking soles must be worn. Socks must be predominantly white.
f Gym tops, T-shirts, cycling or football shorts, jogging or training shoes are not allowed.