Dress Code

Like any prestigious golf club in the world, Emirates Golf Club has its own Dress Code requirements. While on Golf Club premises, all members and visitors must maintain a reasonably conservative standard of dress, and dress in proper golf attire while on the course. All patrons should dress in a manner that is inoffensive to others.

Golf Courses, Driving Ranges and Practice Greens

Golf

GENTLEMEN

Tailored trousers or shorts are required. T-shirt with collar and sleeves is required and must be worn inside the trousers or shorts at all times. Mock neck golf shirts are permitted. Tailored shorts with side pockets are permitted.
The following are not acceptable:-
• Denim
• Poolwear
• Cargo & combat style trousers/shorts
• Athletic attire (including football/soccer shirts)
• National Dress

LADIES

Golf shirts or blouses are required. Golf trousers, shorts or skirts are required. Ladies round neck golf T-shirts are permitted.
The following are not acceptable:-
• Dress shirts
• Denim
• Poolwear
• Athletic attire
• National Dress

FOOTWEAR

Golf shoes with soft spikes or flat-soled training shoes are required. Socks are required.
The following are not acceptable:-
• Shoes with metal spikes
• 'Open' shoes
• Golf sandals

DINING


Dining

Spike Bar, Spike Bar Terrace and M's restaurant

GENTLEMEN

Shoes and tailored trousers are required. Denim jeans are permitted.
The following are not acceptable:-
• Sleeveless T-shirts (singlets)
• Collarless T-shirts
• Poolwear
• Athletic attire

LADIES

The following are not acceptable:-
• Poolwear

Le Classique

Lunch:
Spike Bar dress code applies with the exception of shorts, that are not acceptable

GENTLEMEN

Shirt, tailored trousers and shoes are required. Jacket is preferred.
The following are not acceptable:-
• T-shirts
• Shorts
• Denim including jeans*
• Sports shoes, open shoes, sandals
• 3/4 length "Capri" trousers
*Jeans are only permitted during Weekend Brunch

LADIES

Smart elegant

CHILDREN

Children below 13 years are not permitted to dine in Le Classique

Note: None of the above precludes the wearing of National Dress in any area of the Clubhouse