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

Shirts must have a collar and sleeves.
Mock necks and turtle necks are acceptable. 
Golf shirts should always be tucked in.
Buttoned shirts should also be tucked in, unless they have banded or hemmed bottoms. 
Shorts must be appropriate and consistent with accepted golf styles. 
Baseball/golf style hats and visors are not permitted to be worn backward or sideways.

Shirts and blouses shall have collars or sleeves, with a minimum shoulder width of 3 inches. 
Shorts or Skirts must be appropriate and consistent with accepted golf styles.
Slacks are acceptable.
Midriff and back must be covered at all times.  

Prohibited Attire on the Golf Course and Practice Area:  
Halter or crop tops, Baggy clothing (cargo style shorts, over length or low crotch trousers or shorts)
Denim of any kind. 
Camouflage clothing. 
Cutoffs Tennis shorts. 
Tennis length skirts. 
Hooded sweatshirts. 
Warm-up suits. 
Metal spiked golf shoes.