Golf Dress Code
- All caps with a peak must be worn with the peak at the front.
- All recognised and accepted golfing headwear are accepted.
- Golf Shirts must have collars, with either long or short sleeves.
- Shirts must be tucked into trousers or shorts at all times.
- Rugby/football shirts are prohibited, as are any shirts carrying logos, slogans, numbers or illustrations on apparel that are not golf related.
- Ladies must conform to the essence, spirit and intent of the dress code.
- Please note that collarless shirts/tops must have sleeves and sleeveless shirts/tops must have collars and must have a modest neck line (no more than 10 cm below the neck).
- Halter tops and Tank tops are not permitted.
- Must be tailored and appropriate for golf.
- All types or colour of denim, paramilitary or camouflage style trousers, combat trousers (multiple pockets), cut-offs or tracksuits are strictly prohibited.
- Tailored Bermuda shorts (no patch pockets – these will typically have 2 side pockets and up to 2 rear pockets) may be worn subject to being not below the knee or more than 10 cm above the knee.
- Short shorts, training shorts and athletic shorts are not permitted.
- Trousers/slacks, tailored Bermuda shorts and golf skirts/culottes are permitted. Shorts that are deemed excessively short (hot pants) are not permitted.
- Shorts must be worn with socks, which, if long (Knee-length) must be of a single plain colour.
- Short socks must be of an appropriate sports style.
- Shoes designed for the purpose of playing golf with Soft Spikes only are permitted.
- No sandals or open toe footwear of any variety is permitted.
- These rules apply to all golfers, as well as to caddies and any visitors accompanying golfers.
- Persons not appropriately dressed will not be permitted access to the course.
- This policy also extends to the Golf Academy, driving range and club house practice areas.
- The dress code will be strictly enforced at all times.
- All members of the La Cala Golf Staff are authorised to insist that any golfer whose attire does not comply with the dress code must leave the course.
- The team have been instructed not to permit any exceptions to this rule.
- Golfers that are uncooperative or abusive to staff will be asked to leave the area of the golf, and may be subject to suspension.