Dress Code, Cell Phone Policy & GratuitiesWelcome to Morris County Golf Club. In an effort to assist you while visiting our Club, our Professional staff has highlighted a few traditions of the Club that we ask you to observe.
Proper attire is required at all times while on Club property. Business attire is always appropriate. Women may wear pants, slacks, Bermuda-length shorts, skirts, and culottes (no more than three inches above the knee), and appropriate shirts. Men must wear collared dress or golf shirts. Shirts must be tucked in at all times. Golf attire and shorts is permitted on the Covered & Open Terrace, Raynor Room and Pub Room. Tennis and Paddle attire are only permitted during lunch. Jackets are preferred when dining in the Sun Room. Hats are only permitted on the Open Terrace. All children should be dressed consistent with the guidelines.
Golf attire is required on the golf course, putting green, and practice areas. Soft spikes only in golf shoes. Whites are required on the tennis courts. Swimsuit attire is permitted only in the immediate swimming pool area.
Inappropriate Attire: Jeans (and all denim attire), abbreviated shorts, tank tops, tee shirts with printed slogans, and net or mesh-type shirts are not considered proper attire on Club property. Military cargo over flap shorts, cargo pants & shorts, and camouflage attire are also inappropriate Club attire. Flip-flops that are plastic and foam are not permitted in any dining area of the Club, including the Open and Covered Terrace.
Cell phone usage for verbal conversation is only permitted in the following areas of the Club:
- Parking lots
- Pool area (excluding dining and tennis viewing areas)
- Clubhouse restrooms
- Locker rooms (excluding common sitting and dining areas)
- Second floor (clubhouse sitting area and meeting room)
- Speaker phone is not permitted on Club property.
PDA & Text Messaging Use:
Private; non-conversational use of PDA’s (Blackberry, Treo) and Text Messaging may be used anywhere on Club property. However, guests are expected to ensure that such use does not infringe upon our members. Such infringement would include distractions from dining, recreational activities or affecting the golf pace of play.
Morris County Golf Club adheres to a strict NO TIPPING policy for its members and their guests.