Dress Code

Kenwood Country Club Dress Code

KCC’s Board of Trustees has updated and clarified our Dress Code in conjunction with our numerous venues and in response to member requests to maintain our high standards. The “Code” requires appropriate, country-club attire which is respectful of our Club, its traditions and all of our members. While a member’s judgment with respect to good taste is the cornerstone of our Dress Code, there are specific requirements and restrictions with respect to each of our venues.

Enforcement:
The Board of Trustees has empowered KCC Managers and Employee Partners to enforce our Dress Code. A member, members of his or her family and guests whose attire does not comply with our Dress Code will be asked to comply at that time. Failure to comply will result in denial of access to the Clubhouse and Club grounds. Enforcement by KCC Employee Partners is mandatory, not optional, and will be overseen by our Chief Executive Officer and the Club’s Board of Trustees. Failure to comply with the Code or Employee Partner enforcement of the Code may result in suspension of Club privileges.

Clothing Never Permitted in the Clubhouse or Club Grounds:
  • Sleeveless shirts for men
  • Cut-off denim shorts
  • Ripped, faded or frayed denim
  • Camouflage pants or shorts
  • Cargo style pants or shorts
Main Level of the Clubhouse
Dining Areas:
  • Shirts with collars are required for men. Women may wear shirts with collars or appropriate crew neck style tops. Men are required to have their shirts tucked in.
  • Men’s and women’s golf slacks, dress slacks, dresses, skirts, or shorts are to be of conservative tailoring and cut no more than 4 inches above the knee.
  • Neat jeans, defined as jeans being free of holes or frayed ends, are permitted.
  • Footwear is required.
  • Hats are not permitted to be worn by men on the main level of the Clubhouse. Women may wear brimmed hats, not golf hats, coordinating with their outfits on the main level of the clubhouse. This includes all patios and terraces.
  • Athletic warm up/work-out style pants, sport shorts, or bathing suits are not permitted.
  • T-shirts, midriff-bearing attire and plunging necklines are not permitted.
Family Room:
  • Children and adults may dine in the Family Room in casual or sports attire; however, if dress is not fully compliant with Clubhouse dress requirements, access to the remainder of the Clubhouse is prohibited. Use of the restrooms will be limited to facilities within the Family Room.
  • Access to the Family Room in casual or sports attire is via the West Patio entrance only.
Tavern:
  • The Tavern follows main level of Clubhouse dress code policies, except during lunch hours in the winter months when the 19th Hole is closed.
  • Attire meeting racquet sports and winter golf requirements is permitted. For those coming from racquet sports, a collared shirt, jacket or quarter zip is required.
Lower Level of the Clubhouse
Men’s Grill and The 19th Hole:
  • Attire meeting Fitness Facility requirements is permitted.
  • Hats must be worn brim forward.
Fitness Facility:
  • Appropriate resort style fitness, yoga, and workout attire is required.
  • Women’s tops must not bare midriffs or be low cut.
  • Proper athletic shoes must be worn at all times, unless participating in a specific class where shoes are not required.
  • Cut-off, tank style, ripped or torn apparel are not permitted.
  • Hats must be worn brim forward.
Pavilion Bar and Pavilion Patio:
  • A dry swimsuit with a shirt or coverup are required for drinking/dining at the Pavilion Bar or on the patio.
  • Shoes or sandals are required.
  • Hats must be worn brim forward.
Pool Complex:
  • Swimsuits with proper body coverage are required. Shoes, sandals or flip flops must be worn when walking outside of the Pool Complex and in the parking lot. All caps must be worn with the bill facing forward.
  • Not acceptable: Bathing suits worn outside of the pool complex area. Cheeky, Brazil/French-cut, thong style and/or revealing swimwear, cut-offs, gym shorts, blue denim apparel of any kind (including jeans, dresses, skirts, shirts, jackets), overalls, cargo-style pants, athletic gear (except for children’s school and club team uniforms), and camouflage patterns. Men are not permitted to wear sleeveless shirts.
Racquet Sports:
  • Denim is not permitted on the courts.
  • Appropriate tennis footwear must be worn on tennis courts.
  • Proper conservative athletic tops are required.
  • Rubber soled shoes are required on paddle courts.
  • Hats must be worn brim forward.
Golf Course, Practice Range, Indoor Facility and Short Game Area:
  • Men’s and women’s golf slacks, skirts, or shorts are to be of conservative tailoring and cut no more than 4 inches above the knee.
  • Men’s shirts must have sleeves and a distinguishable collar, minimum of one inch, and be tucked into pants/shorts. T-shirts are not permitted.
  • Women’s shirts or blouses must have either sleeves and/or a distinguishable collar and be tucked in unless designed to flair out 3 to 4 inches below the waist. T-shirts are not permitted.
  • Appropriate golf (soft spike) shoes are required, with tennis shoes being permitted for junior golfers.
  • Denim, warm up/work-out pants, are not permitted.
  • Racquet sports attire and swimwear are not permitted.
  • Hats must be worn brim forward.
  • Please note that some items sold in the golf shop are designed for lifestyle pieces are not considered appropriate attire for Clubhouse wear or on the golf course.