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The Dress Code Ode
Dear Guest, to help enhance your stay
When dressing à la mode,
Feel free to use this as your guide
Our golf club’s Dress Code Ode.
At breakfast and throughout the day
‘Til nineteen hundred hours,
Resort wear, casual, denim too,
But bathrobes? Just for showers.
And running gear or gym attire
One probably should shun,
Unless of course you’re in the gym
Or going for a run.
Respectfully we thus submit
Our few sartorial views,
Which incidentally still apply
For clubhouse barbecues.
In the golf house jeans are fine
But not out on the course,
Neither on the fairways
On the greens, or in the gorse.
And in our private dining rooms
A custom we’ve applied,
Is jackets for the gentlemen
At every eventide.
In the Member’s Dining Room
It will come as no surprise,
That as well as donning jackets
Men are also wearing ties.
On Saturday’s some members
Wear their formal Highland togs,
Whilst others choose to wear black tie,
But never jeans or clogs.
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