Dress Code

Palm Aire Country Club is a private club with an enforced dress code. Members, guests of members, children, and those using our facilities are respectfully requested to adhere to these attire policies. It is the responsibility of members to inform their guests of our dress code requirements prior to their arrival at our club. Dress codes, below, cover all club facilities and functions including exceptions for specific events. The Board of Governors has authorized Management Staff to inform anyone whose attire is deemed inconsistent with our dress policies.

Clubhouse Attire

Proper attire is required at all times while utilizing the Country Club facilities.  It is the member’s responsibility to ensure family members and guests are aware of these guidelines.  All Gentlemen are to tuck in their shirts and remove caps while inside the Clubhouse.
Lounge & Patio Attire: Golf and Tennis Attire, Club Casual and appropriate denim*.

Lunch Attire: Golf and Tennis Attire and Club Casual.

Wacky Wednesday Attire: Golf and Tennis Attire and Club Casual.

Sunday Attire: Golf and Tennis Attire and Club Casual.

Friday or Saturday Dinner in the Grille and Palm Aire Room: Club Casual.

Special Events & Themed Parties:  Suggested attire will be noted in the E-Breeze Newsletter and in blast e-mails as these events are publicized, (Jackets preferred or Jackets required).

Non-Acceptable Clubhouse Attire:  Short-shorts, cut-offs, torn or shredded jeans, all cotton or screened t-shirts, undershirts, halter or tank tops, bare midriffs, bathing suits, and gym clothes.
Shoes: Are required at all times, while utilizing the Country Club facilities. Golf shoes and tennis shoes may be worn throughout the Clubhouse; however, we ask they be cleaned thoroughly at the shoe cleaners installed outside the Golf, Tennis, and Lounge entrances.

Informal or “Club Casual Attire for Women: Slacks, capris, or skirts or dresses, and blouses.

Informal or “Club Casual” Attire for Men: Slacks and shirts with collars (or banded collars) and sleeves.  Shirts must be tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn out.  Gentlemen must remove hats/caps in any dining area of the Club.

*Appropriate Denim: is defined as denim which is presentable, stylish, and fashionable.  It does not include items that are tie-dyed or faded, short-shorts, or items which are torn, frayed, or have holes.

Golf Attire

(a) Men: Slacks, golf shorts, turtleneck/mock turtleneck shirts tucked in (banded waists need not be tucked in), nylon and polyester logoed golf shirts tucked in, collared and long-sleeved shirts tucked in, sweaters and golf outerwear, rain suits, and appropriate golf headgear.  Golf hats and visors must be worn with the bill facing forwards, not backwards.

(b) women: Slacks, Capri pants, skirts/skorts/golf shorts (all no shorter than mid-thigh), golf shirts, collared sleeveless shirts or similar long sleeved tops, turtleneck/mock turtleneck shirts, nylon and polyester logoed golf shirts, sweaters and golf outerwear, rain suits, and appropriate golf headgear.  Spandex integrated with, or in addition to, skirts and skorts is permitted; otherwise spandex is not permitted.

(c) shoes: Acceptable shoes must be worn at all times by all players. Spikeless, tennis, golf sandals and soft-sole shoes are permitted. Metal spike golf shoes, large rubber spikes, field shoes, and bare feet are prohibited.

(d) unacceptable golf attire includes: men’s collared and long sleeved shirts not tucked in, cutoffs, gym shorts, jogging suits, sweat pants, denim, bathing suits, hoodies, halter tops, tank tops, tee shirts, men’s sleeveless shirts, short-shorts, tube tops, frayed clothing and bare midriffs.

Tennis Attire

Proper tennis attire* is required for all players, including guests, using the tennis facilities.

(a) men: Slacks or tennis shorts. Shirts with collars (or banded collars) and sleeves. Shirts must be tucked in at all times while inside the Clubhouse.  Nylon and Polyester logoed tennis shirts are acceptable.

(b) women: Slacks, Capri pants, skirts/skorts/tennis shorts (all no shorter than mid-thigh), tennis shirts, collared sleeveless shirts or similar long sleeved tops, turtleneck/mock turtleneck, nylon and polyester logoed tennis shirts, sweaters and tennis outerwear, rain suits, and appropriate tennis headgear.  Spandex integrated with, or in addition to, skirts and skorts is permitted; otherwise spandex is not permitted.

*Proper tennis attire: is defined as attire which is presentable, stylish, and fashionable.  It does not include items that are torn, frayed, have holes, or that would otherwise lessen the decorum of the club.