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The following apparel or footwear items are NOT permitted on Club premises:
  • Headwear with the bill/brim facing backwards
  • Any apparel or footwear that is frayed, damaged, dirty, or otherwise in disrepair in the opinion of management.
  • Any apparel with a slogan, graphic or logo deemed to be offensive or crude.
  • Cargo pants, cargo shorts, sweat pants, track pants, sweat suits, warm-up suits, or other non-golf specific outerwear.
  • Workout wear, swim trunks, athletic shorts, basketball style (elastic waist), spandex shorts, or stirrup pants. 
  • Sweatshirts, pullover hoodies, tank tops or fishnet tops.
  • Denim that is excessively faded and/or having frayed hems, rips, tears, holes, exceptionally low fitting around the waist, wrinkled or dirty are not acceptable regardless of the fact some clothing may be manufactured to look that way.
Apparel (Golf Course & Practice Facilities)
  • Collared shirts for Men (polo, turtle neck, mock neck, or dress collar style only).
  • Ladies shirts must have a collar and/or sleeves.
  • Tailored pants and/or shorts for Men or Ladies. Capri pants and/or skorts for Ladies. Shorts or skorts approximately mid-thigh or below.
  • Sweaters, pullovers, or other layering pieces sold by golf suppliers.
  • Golf specific dresses for Ladies.
  • Ladies yoga pants, leggings, or tights are permitted if a golf skirt, skort or short of mid-thigh length or below is worn over top a part of a coordinated outfit.
  • Golf specific rain wear.
Not Acceptable
  • T-shirts of any type for Men.
  • Tank tops, halter tops, spaghetti tops or non-golf specific dresses.
  • Any tops exposing the midriff.
  • Denim of any type or colour.
Footwear (Golf Course & Practice Facilities)
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes or alternative golf specific tread.
  • Golf specific sandals with or without socks.
  • Athletic rubber soled shoes may be permitted provided clean and in good repair.
Not Acceptable
  • Any non-golf specific open toed footwear (i.e. flip flops or beach style sandals).
  • Metal or cermanic spiked golf shoes or sandals
  • Any footwear that may cause turf damage in the opinion of management.

Dress Code

Members are encouraged to consider common sense and respect for tradition and modesty when making attire decisions. Fashion and acceptable dress code expectations evolve; as such management may be guided in their enforcement of the dress code by current offerings from golf specific suppliers and styles currently seen on the PGA and LPGA tours. Staff have been empowered and directed to ask any person to change into suitable attire or ask them to leave the Club premises if he or she, in the opinion of management, is not suitably attired. Members are responsible for the appropriate dress of their guests.
From time to time the Pro Shop may display and sell items which do not meet dress code. In these cases there will be a label placed under the selling price to indicate the item does not meet dress code.
Should the Club host a wedding or other themed event other forms of dress may be permitted. In the case of a Club event permitting or requiring alternative dress this information will be communicated to members in advance.
Management will have the ability to use discretion when enforcing the dress code with young children. For children 8 and under the dress code policy will not be strictly enforced, however the Board encourages members to have their children comply at all times.


  • Denim may be worn in all areas of the Clubhouse provided the apparel is in good repair in the opinion of management. Acceptable denim does not include overalls, painter pants or those that are extremely low cut.
  • Headwear cannot be worn in the “1896” Dining Room, but is permitted in all other areas of the Clubhouse provided the bill/brim is facing forward.
  • Ladies halter, spaghetti or strapless type tops, blouses or dresses are acceptable in all areas of the Clubhouse provided this style of dress is in good taste and modesty.
  • T-Shirts are permissible in all areas of the Clubhouse provided they are in good taste.
  • Flip flops are not permitted in the “1896” Dining Room but are permissible in other areas of the Clubhouse. Other forms of open toe sandals are permissible for women in all areas of the Clubhouse if they are in good taste.

Cell Phones 

Cell phones may be used discreetly in the clubhouse and on the golf course.  Cell phones must be set with the ringer off.


The Edmonton Country Club conforms to the City of Edmonton smoking BYLAW #14614 October 20th, 2015.  The purpose of this bylaw is to regulate the smoking of tobacco products and e-cigarettes in certain locations so as to reduce the exposure of others to second hand smoke.  This bylaw prohibits smoking within the building and all patios attached to the building.  Smoking is permitted outside the main entrances to the building but may not be within 5 meters of any entrance (Amended 2016). The Edmonton Country Club defines smoking to include all tobacco products and all battery powered vaporizers which simulate smoking, including but not limited to electronic cigarettes.

Guest Use of Practice Facilities 

Sponsored guests are allowed to warm up before golf at the Practice facilities only if they are registered to play golf the same day.