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Royal Canberra - Monday 30 April
More time slots have now become available for Royal Canberra from 7.30am.
As a result some of your times will change
If you wish to vary your scheduled time, please contact either Alan Chrisp or Tony Wood
Please check the final times on the sheet on Friday 27 April for your time
Could all members please take note of the following dress code for Royal Canberra.
Be aware that if you do not adhere to this code you may not be allowed on the course.
It has happened before
Royal Canberra golf - Dress Code
Members, their guests and visitors are required to dress well at all times, consistent with the standards of the Club
Course and Clubhouse
Collared or turtle-neck golf shirt or skivvy with pants, non- denim chinos, plus fours or tailored shorts.
Denim, cargo pants, track suits, brief, baggy or below knee length shorts and sports shoes are not permitted on the course or in the Clubhouse.
Shirts must be tucked into pants. Socks must be worn with shoes at all times, excluding “boat” shoes and be predominately white when worn with shoes.
Course and Clubhouse
Tailored pants, three quarter pants and shorts, golf skirts and skorts of an appropriate length.
Denim, tight stretch, tracksuit type, stirrup pants and cargo pants are not permitted on the course or in the Clubhouse.
Suitable shirts with or without a collar are acceptable and must be tucked into pants unless specifically designed to be worn out.
Singlet-type tops, casual T-shirts and garments with advertising or slogans (except for discreet brand name and club logos) are not permitted. Trainers are not permitted in the Members Lounge or Restaurant, however clean golf shoes are permitted in the Members Lounge and on the balcony.
The Committee had decided that in future Monthly Medal Competitions when there are 75 players or more, that there will be 2 divisions based on handicaps.
For information on future AVGU Championships and Weeks of Golf,
click on NOTICES above
Policies and Guidelines