Dress Code

P&K Golf Club wishes to convey a modern approach to its Dress Regulations and hopes that members, visitors and guests will assist in maintaining standards expected, both on the Course and in the Clubhouse.



  • Recognised golf shoes are required, trainers or improper golf shoes are not permitted.
  • Clothing available from recognised golf shops is welcome.
  • Trousers/Shorts must be tailored, to be worn with single colour knee length socks or short white socks or shoe liners. Jeans, jogging, combat, cargo style trousers or beach shorts are not permitted.
  • Men's golf shirts should be tucked in at the waist, trousers should not be tucked into socks. Uncollared T shirts, vests, rugby/football shirts are not permitted.


  • Smart and casual unless the occasion specifies something different.
  • Soft spike golf shoes may be worn in the Spike Bar only if they are clean and dry.
  • In winter golf clothing can become muddy and wet while in summer it can be hot and sweaty. Both are unacceptable and may stain the clubhouse furniture. Players are therefore asked to shower and change their clothing as appropiate, (unless government guidelines prohibit).
  • Denim that is torn or frayed, trainers that are dirty or scruffy, men's sandals, flip flops, cargo or combat style trousers, T shirts, rugby shirts and men's shirts without sleeves are not considered smart.
  • Hats and caps should be removed before entering the clubhouse.
  • Mobile phones to be silent, unless in emergency use.


  • Dormy guests will be encouraged but not compelled to adhere to the Pyle and Kenfig Dress Code.
  • Ladies are asked to follow the spirit of the Dress Code where, because of differences in male and female attire, it is inappropiate for them to observe the letter of it.
  • Members are responsible for ensuring their guests are aware of and observe the Dress Code.
  • Anyone concerned about the Dress Code of others should neither confront or criticise them. Any concerns should be raised with the Club Secretary or Club Professional.
  • In most cases the individual would not be asked to leave, but be advised that on their next visit they would be expected to adhere to the Dress Code.