Dress Code
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Dress Code

In order for all to enjoy the Mortonhall Experience, and to maintain the traditions of our Club and the game of golf, we ask all our members and guests to adhere to our Club dress regulations which are detailed on the notices in Pro shop and in the Locker Rooms.

Our members and guests are welcome to use devices to access the public wifi throughout the Clubhouse but we would ask that they are engaged in silent mode and not used for telephone calls or the taking of photographs.

We ask that they must be switched off at all times on the course but may be used in medical emergencies

Players on the course are expected to maintain a high standard of dress and are required to wear smart conventional golfing attire with spike or dimple soled golf shoes.

On Course
The wearing of tailored golfing shorts (no external pockets) is permitted. Socks must be worn, with ankle socks visible over the shoe.
All shirts must have collars or polo necks and worn tucked inside trousers or shorts.
All trousers must be tailored.
Women are to wear conventional golfing attire.
Players are politely reminded not to wear any of the following:

Jeans, tracksuits and shell suits.
Shorts with additional side pockets, such as cargo or combat style
Vests, T shirts, rugby or football shirts
Women's – halter or round neck tops.

In The Clubhouse

Unless otherwise stated, smart casual dress is permitted throughout the Clubhouse at all times except when attending or being present during an official club function (excluding competition presentations).
Casual wear includes neat and unsoiled golf wear.

The following items of dress are deemed *unacceptable * in the clubhouse:

Denim jackets
Track suits and jogging suit
Combat style trousers
Vests
Shorts - unless tailored
Caps and headgear
Waterproof clothing
Flip Flops