DRESS CODE

Our Dress Code is an important tradition at The Country Club of Hudson and is designed to complement today’s more casual lifestyle while still respecting the Club’s long standing traditions and standards of excellence for which we are noted. It applies to all Members and guests.
 
DINING ATTIRE
Country Club Casual and Casual attire are permitted at all times unless otherwise noted in an event flyer. Country Club Casual is defined as golf shirt or dress shirt with collar, turtleneck or mock turtleneck with appropriate slacks. Casual attire includes golf and tennis clothing, collared shirt, slacks and shorts. Equally appropriate attire for women. Fitness/Gym attire is not permitted in any dining areas. Hats are to be removed once entering the clubhouse.
DENIM
Tasteful and properly fitted denim attire (no rips or holes) is permitted in the 67 Grill Bar, the Terrace and the High Point Bar. Denim is not permitted in the Hudson Room, Fairway Room or Western Reserve Room unless otherwise noted in an official Club communication or invitation. The Dress Code may be modified in the case of special events such as Family Nights.
GOLF
For men, proper attire includes a collared golf shirt, which must be worn completely tucked in. Shorts or pants are acceptable. Cargo shorts or pants are not permitted. For women, proper attire includes golf pants, Bermuda-length shorts or skirts with  appropriate collared tops. Tank tops, tee shirts, athletic shorts, cut-offs, miniskirts, denim, swimming attire and yoga pants are never permitted.
POOL
Proper  swimming attire is required at all times, including bathing suits, board shorts or rash guards. Cut-offs and fitness/gym shorts are not permitted for swimming. Appropriate cover-ups and footwear are required to dine or drink poolside at the High Point Bar (shirts for men and boys).
TENNIS
Appropriate tennis attire and footwear is required.
GENERAL
· Fitness/gym attire is not permitted in the Clubhouse, on the Terrace, at the High Point Bar or on the Golf Course
· Ball caps, hats and visors must always face forward in the traditional manner and must be removed inside the Clubhouse.
· Children should follow the same dress code as adults.