Dress Code

Dress Code

Appropriate golfing/casual attire shall be worn during play on the golf course, on all practice areas and in the clubhouse at all times. Members are encouraged to consider common sense, modesty and respect for tradition and other members when making attire decisions.  Members are responsible for ensuring their invited guests are aware of and comply with the following dress code requirements:

Women

The following clothing items are not permitted on the golf course, or any practice area : (i) denim pants, shorts or shirts, (ii) sweat pants of any kind (including yoga pants), (iii) athletic gym shorts, (iv) cargo shorts or pants, (v) tank tops, and (vi) t-shirts (short or long sleeve).  

Golf shorts and skirts must be mid-thigh or lower and not be ripped, frayed or otherwise unsightly in appearance. Sleeveless tops shall have a collar; tops with sleeves do not require a collar.

Golf club appropriate denim (not including overalls or painter pants) and shirts (not including denim work shirts) are permitted in all areas of the clubhouse except for the formal dining room; provided that they are (i) properly sized, (ii) in excellent condition, and (iii) do not contain holes, rips or frayed material.

Shoes, with soles that do not damage the greens, are allowed on the golf course and practice areas.  Golf sandals are permitted.

Men

The following clothing items are not permitted on the golf course, or any practice area: (i) denim pants, shorts or shirts, (ii) sweat pants of any kind, (iii) athletic gym shorts, (iv) cargo shorts or pants, (v) tank tops, and (vi) t-shirts (short or long sleeve). 

Golf shorts must reach within 5 inches of the kneecap and not be ripped, frayed or otherwise unsightly in appearance. Golf shirts must be in good condition, have collars and be tucked in at all times anywhere on the Broadmoor Golf Club grounds.  Mock tees designed as golf apparel and turtlenecks are permitted but also must remain tucked in at all times.  Caps must be worn bill forward at all times and all hats must be removed when in the dining areas of the Club.

Golf club appropriate denim (not including overalls or painter pants) and shirts (not including denim work shirts) are permitted in all areas of the clubhouse except for the formal dining room; provided that they are (i) properly sized, (ii) in excellent condition, and (iii) do not contain holes, rips or frayed material.

Shoes, with soles that do not damage the greens, are allowed on the golf course and practice areas.  Golf sandals are not permitted.