• Harewood Downs Golf Club
  • Harewood Downs Golf Club
  • Harewood Downs Golf Club
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(updated 17 February at 06:54)

Dress Code and Etiquette

Harewood Downs provides an informal and relaxed environment, however, in keeping with golf club tradition, members, guests and visitors are politely requested to adhere to the following guidelines:

Dress Code
    • Training shoes or any form of denim are not allowed at any time on the course or in the clubhouse. In the summer, tailored shorts may be worn with plain white sports socks or knee length socks. Shirts should be tucked in at all times.
    • Smart casual wear is acceptable in the lounge at all times other than after 7.00pm on the evening of a Club function when jackets and ties are required.
    • Smart casual wear is generally acceptable in the dining room except where there is a dress code specified for a function.
    • Golf shoes are not permitted in the lounge or dining room.
    • Gentlemen should wear socks on the course and in the clubhouse.

Please change your shoes in the locker room. Mobile telephones should be switched off on the course and in the clubhouse.

Dogs are permitted on the course but must be kept on a lead at all times and must not cause a distraction.


The normal etiquette of the game, as laid down in the Rules of Golf, should be observed. Pleasure ensue you are mindful of those playing around you, particularly if you are looking for a ball.


Safety on the golf course is the responsibility of all players. A small number of public footpaths traverse the course and players are asked to be vigilant.


You are reminded that the Club cannot be held responsible for the loss of property belonging to members or visitors. All players are advised to have their own insurance cover against any such losses and for third party liability. A code is used for operating the locker room door.

Mobile Phones

Mobile phones should be used only in the Car Park. However, they may be taken on to the course, but only switched on and used in the event of a medical or security incident.