Etiquette & Dress Code


Course Etiquette

Civility is one of golf’s many attractions. The game relies on the integrity of each player to show consideration for others and to abide by the Rules of Old Ranch Country Club.

All players should conduct themselves in a disciplined manner, demonstrating courtesy and sportsmanship at all times, irrespective of how competitive they may be. This is the spirit of the game of golf.

Golf Course Dress Code

Proper attire on our Golf Course and Practice Facilities is strictly enforced. Proper attire includes collared golf shirts (ladies must have either a collar or sleeves), sweaters, golf shop style pullovers, jackets, slacks, golf shorts which are similar in style to walking or Bermuda shorts of an appropriate or tasteful length and suitable golf footwear. Men’s shirts must remain tucked in at all times.

Some clothing items NOT PERMITTED ON THE GOLF COURSE OR PRACTICE FACILITIES include men’s un-tucked shirts, tee shirts, undershirts, athletic/sweat shirts, football or sports jerseys, any type of shirt with printed phrases, sweat suits, cutoffs, running shorts, short shorts, tennis or swimming attire, halter tops, fishnet tops, tank tops, cargo style shorts, and jean or denim material of any color. Hats must be worn brim forward at all times and may not be worn inside the Lounge or Main Dining Room.

For club rules, or questions concerning etiquette and dress on the course, consult one of our pros or stop in at the Pro Shop.