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The Country Club of Rancho Bernardo has a standard of dress and appearance for its Members and guests consistent with private golf clubs. All persons entering the Club and/or playing golf are to be appropriately attired. Management may refuse service and/or ask anyone to leave the Club premise if improperly attired. It is the member’s responsibility to advise their family and guests of CCRB’s dress code.

The following guidelines are intended to assist Members and their guests in meeting our standard of dress and appearance.
 

Golf Course Acceptable Attire

For Men: Sport shirts or golf shirts with sleeves and collars or mock/turtlenecks in keeping with current golf fashion. Shirts must be tucked in at all times unless they have a buttoned front with a straight-hemmed bottom (Ex: Tommy Bahama). Slacks, knickers, and golf shorts are preferred. Cargo pants and cargo shorts that are specifically designed for golf are acceptable. Caps and visors must be worn with the bill facing forward.

For Women: Slacks, shorts, and skorts in keeping with current golf fashion are preferred. Collarless shirts with sleeves or sleeveless shirts with collars are acceptable.
 

Golf Course Unacceptable Attire

  • Cutoff shorts, blue jean style pants/shorts, short shorts, cargo shorts (baggy with raised pockets)
  • Strapless or tank tops, halter tops, bare midriffs
  • Bare feet, shower shoes, high heels and flip flops
  • Athletic, gym or tennis clothing
  • Metal spikes and all banned golf shoes (AdiZero)
 

Clubhouse Acceptable Atire 

For Men: Collared or button-down shirts, mock/turtlenecks in keeping with current golf fashion. Slacks, knickers, denim (absent of tears/skin showing) and golf shorts. Cargo pants and cargo shorts that are specifically designed for golf are acceptable. Golf shoes without spikes, tennis shoes, sandals and dressy flip-flops. Men may wear hats in the Bar area but not in the Dinning rooms.

For Women: Slacks, shorts, skorts, dresses and denim (absent of tears/skin), golf shoes without spikes, tennis shoes, sandals, high heels and tasteful flip-flops. Ladies may wear hats in the Bar and Dining areas.
 
It is the member's responsibility to advise their family and guests of CCRB’s dress code.
All players are expected to observe the etiquette and rules of golf as defined by the U.S.G.A. A player should make certain that no personal injury or property damage has resulted from a ball hit out of bounds. Where property damage or injury has occurred, the individual player whose ball caused the damage or injury shall be responsible for assuring any damages are settled.

Out of courtesy to those following, all players should carefully rake the bunkers after use, return the rakes into the bunkers in line with the flagstick, repair ball marks on the greens, fill all divots in the fairways and rough with material provided by the Club, and avoid scuffing the greens. To prevent damage to the cup when removing a ball, the sides of the cup should not be touched with a suction cup or clip device or the golfer’s hand and fingers.
Cell phone use is permitted on the golf course. We ask that all cell phones are kept on the silent ring or vibrate mode. The use of cell phones is not permitted in the dining room or bar.
Business office hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and are subject to change depending on special event needs, holidays, maintenance closures, etc.