Guest Policies

Dress Code

What people wear on our golf courses and in our Clubhouses has a direct bearing on the DPGA’s reputation and image. DPGA management will monitor and ensure our dress code standards are adhered to. Our Golf Shops are well stocked with suitable clothing and any inadvertent oversights may be quickly and easily corrected.

On the Course acceptable dress includes golf slacks, Bermuda length shorts, golf shirts with collars, turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks, which must be tucked in at all times, for men; and tailored blouses, golf shirts, skirts, appropriate dress shorts or slacks for women. All attire must be neat and clean. Hats may not be worn backwards or sideways. Denim wear of any kind or colour is not allowed on the golf courses, practice ranges or putting greens.

In the Clubhouse proper golf attire is always welcomed, as are jacket and tie. All shirts must be tucked in, with the exception of tailored shirts. Hats must not be worn when in the Dining Room.

Denim wear of any kind or colour, T-shirts, tank tops, belly shirts, jogging pants, or a disheveled appearance are not permitted.

Golf Shoes with metal spikes are not permitted. Approved footwear for our courses includes configurations of replacement soft spikes that are available from our locker room and any other spikeless shoes that are deemed acceptable by our Golf Course Superintendent and Director of Golf.

Wireless Devices Policy

For the comfort and enjoyment of everyone, Wireless Communication Devices (WCDs) must be in silent mode at all times while on DPGA property. The use of WCDs for conversation is prohibited in the clubhouses and on the golf courses, practice ranges and putting greens. In the clubhouse area they may be used for conversation outside on the patios.

Email and text messaging functions may be used on the golf courses provided proper golf course etiquette is followed and pace of play is not affected. Drivers of golf carts should not be emailing or text messaging. Emailing and text messaging are allowed in the clubhouses. Everyone should be considerate of others and use their WCDs with discretion.