Haydock ParkGolf Club
To attract new members and more importantly retain our current members we need to deliver the best experience both on and off the golf course.
Today its no longer just about the golf course its the whole environment for members guests and visitors enjoying playing and then socialising in a relaxing comfortable atmosphere afterwards.
For many years golf clubs have set out a set of rules and regulations to abide to but still want you to be here for enjoyment and tell your friends how good it is.
We have fallen into the trap like many golf clubs trying to set out a list of prescriptive dress code rules then attempting to enforce and police them.
We should not lose site of our history and tradition of a golf club over 100 years old, but we must move forward to compete with other golf clubs and sports now.
So to take a new more contemporary approach thinking about our members and guests first here to play golf and then relax in our clubhouse to let them choose how they dress. This will make us more relevant to the golfer of today and moving forward.
The new dress code is:
On the course - Members and Visitors are asked to wear appropriate golf clothing and golf shoes which respects the general standards of this sport. Juniors may wear trainers or other sports shoes suitable for golf.
In the Clubhouse we accept smart, clean casual clothing, but ask you to leave your waterproof clothing, golf shoes and hats in the locker rooms.
If you are representing the Club in either home or away matches or a formal function, more formal attire may be required
Except in an emergency, mobile phones must not be used in the Clubhouse nor on the Course. Their use is permitted on the Car Park.
We do recognise for social media purposes, as long as the phone is switched to silent they can be used within the clubhouse and patio area.