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Dress Code

Country Club Casual

Country Club Casual is the standard dress code for the Navesink Clubhouse. 
  1.  No blue jeans are allowed in the Clubhouse with the exception of the lower level of the clubhouse, including the Lyon’s Den and Snack Bar and Fridays and Sundays in the bar and casual dining rooms.

  2. All men’s shirts must be worn in one of the following ways: 

    • collared dress shirt, tucked in

    • golf or polo shirt, tucked in

    • camp shirt (e.g. Tommy Bahama), may be untucked

    • Mock turtlenecks may be worn at lunch during golf season (April 9 - October 11)

  3.  No hats or visors for both men and women are allowed in the dining rooms with the exception of ladies fashion hats. 

  4. Men may wear shorts in the dining rooms during golf season. Cargo shorts are not permitted.

  5. Men are permitted to wear sandals until 6 p.m. in the Clubhouse during golf season.

  6. Appropriate golf, tennis, and paddle attire for both men and women is permitted in the dining rooms for lunch only.

  7.  Sweat suit attire, such as sweat pants or sweat shirts, is not permitted in the dining rooms.

  8. Women shorts: may only wear golf or Bermuda length.


Semi-Formal Dress

  • Jacket, collared shirt or turtleneck sweaters are required for men.
  • Polo or golf shirts are acceptable under the jacket or blazer and must be tucked in.
  • All other rules apply.
  • The semi-formal dress code will be used during Men’s Golf Events (Stag Dinner, Opening Night, etc.) and Club Events, when specified.


Formal Dress

Jacket and tie required.


Black Tie

Full tuxedo or dinner jackets for men.

In the event of a party where a theme is present, a specialized dress code may be created for the evening.