Dress Code of Yahnundasis Golf Club

The Yahnundasis Golf Club is an exclusive private club with a relaxed, but conservative Dress Code. Tasteful and appropriate attire is the expectation at all times. The Dress Code is in place to ensure the level of enjoyment you receive while visiting the Premier Golf Club in our region. This is extremely important to compliment your overall experience. Our Staff is here to answer any questions you have about the Dress Code, and they have been directed to gently remind those who accidentally forget or are uninformed of our standards. Members, children ages five (5) and older, guests and visitors are expected to be suitably attired at all times on Club premises.

Members are responsible for informing their guests of the dress requirements prior to their arrival at the Club. Management reserves the right to define "appropriate" attire. We hope that the following guidelines will assist you in making your time spent at the Club as comfortable and pleasurable as possible.


Clubhouse, Dining Rooms, and Outdoor Patio

  • Appropriate casual attire is acceptable in the clubhouse and dining rooms including denim (but no torn or frayed jeans).  Bathing suits are not permitted and gentlemen are asked to remove their hats while indoors.

Golf Course & Driving Range

  • Golf shoes with metal spikes are prohibited; all other spikes are acceptable. 
  • Jeans are never allowed on the Golf Course. 

For Gentlemen:

  • Golf shirts with a collar or mock turtle neck style shirts are in good taste and required.
  • Shirts must be tucked into the waistband at all times.
  • Golf slacks or shorts are required; denim or cargo pants are not acceptable.
  • T-shirts, crew-neck, and V-neck shirts, and athletic style pants/shorts are not permitted.
  • Hats must be worn with in a bill-forward manner, and must be removed inside the Clubhouse.

For Ladies:

  • Sleeveless collared golf shirts or t-shirts must all be in good taste.
  • Tank tops, halter tops, shorts less than 4” about the knee, jeans, and athletic wear are unacceptable.
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  • Gentlemen are prohibited from wearing hats in all areas of the Clubhouse, except the patio and locker room. Ladies may wear hats and visors after golf in good taste as a wardrobe accessory.
  • Gentlemen are encouraged to wear a collared shirt. Shirts must be tucked into the waistband at all times; however styles specifically designed to be worn outside of pants or shorts (i.e. tropical shirts) are acceptable. A turtleneck or mock turtleneck is considered a collared shirt.
  • Sweatshirts, sweatpants, and hoodies are not permitted in the Clubhouse.
  • Women’s sleeveless or spaghetti strap dress or top that is part of an outfit is acceptable as long as it does not bare any midriff and is of a conservative cut.
  • Mid-thigh length skirts and shorts are appropriate.
  • The “Jeans in good taste” policy is strictly enforced under the following conditions: No ripped jeans, no low rise jeans. Jeans are never allowed on the Golf Course
  • Flip flop style sandals are not allowed in the upper level of the Clubhouse.
  • Jackets are recommended for Gentlemen on Saturday Nights, but not required.

Tennis Courts

  • Tennis shoes and tennis attire are required for play on all courts.
  • No street shoes, swimsuits, or cut-off blue denim pants or shorts are allowed.
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  • Appropriate cover-up and shoes/sandals should be worn to and from the pool and in the parking lot.
  • Denim/cut-off shorts are not permitted in the pool area.