The Club maintains a dress code philosophy that is mindful of the mutual respect that characterizes Members’ relationships. While one Member may be enjoying our sports facilities, another may be celebrating a special occasion or entertaining on a more formal basis. It is the desire of the Club to provide a cordial, professional and relaxed environment for its Members and guests to enjoy. The Board of Governors has adopted the dress code policy outlined below to foster an environment of respect, courtesy and decorum while balancing Member comfort and sensibility.
Please note that the dress code guidelines vary within different areas of the Club. Members should ensure that their families and all guests are fully informed and abide by the dress code.
Our General Manager and his staff, as well as members of the appropriate Committees, have responsibility for monitoring and enforcing these standards on behalf of the membership. The staff has been instructed to advise discretely and not to provide service to anyone not in compliance with the dress code. Any member that argues or disputes the discretion of any staff member enforcing the dress code may face disciplinary measures. Any disagreements should immediately be brought to the attention of the General Manager, or, in his absence, the senior manager on duty.

Dress Code

Throughout The Club

Please note that golf or baseball caps worn backwards are NOT permitted at Burning Tree.
Jeans Policy

  • All traditional blue and coloured denim jeans are permitted as long as they are not frayed, faded, torn, ripped or cut in any way. The Board will be monitoring members’ adherence to the policy as well as any impact it has on member enjoyment in determining whether to make the change permanent
  • ‚ÄčIn addition, all cargo (slacks with large patch pockets on the thighs) and baggy jeans of any type or color are prohibited.
  • Please also note that denim jackets are not permitted.
  • Jeans of any color are never allowed on the golf course or driving range
Additionally, the following items of clothing are not permitted in the Clubhouse or on the Golf, Tennis and Practice Facilities (Pool guidelines are listed below):
  • Cargo shorts or pants; athletic shorts; short shorts; sweat pants.
  • Halter tops; tank tops; bare midriff tops.
  • Plastic or rubber flip-flops; “Crocs”; sandals for men.
  • Tee shirts and non-collared shirts for men.

The dress code philosophy for the Clubhouse is smart casual

Men (and boys 12 and over)

  • Collared shirts and turtlenecks are to be worn tucked in.
  • Dress sweaters are permitted without collared shirts.
  • Tailored dress or casual slacks or Bermuda shorts.
  • Shoes can include boat shoes and driving moccasins; no flip-flops.
  • No hats or visors

Women (and girls 12 and over)

  • Collared or collarless tops appropriate for a country club.
  • Not Permitted: Halter tops; tank tops; bare midriff tops.
  • Tops may be worn not tucked in, provided they are so designed.
  • Tailored dress or casual slacks, dresses, skirts, or Bermuda shorts of an appropriate length (mid-thigh).
  • Leggings with an appropriate long top, jacket, dress, skirt or sweater.
  • Shoes can include boat shoes, driving moccasins and smart flip-flops.
  • Smart fashion hats or golf caps and visors.

Children under 12

  • Same as above, except that smart tennis or training shoes are permitted.

Additions and Exceptions

  • Before 5:30 pm golf and tennis attire is permitted in the Clubhouse;including rounded or mock turtleneck collared tennis shirts.
  • After 5:30 pm in the Founder’s Room golf attire is permitted everyday.
  • After 5:30 pm in the Founder's Room tennis attire is permitted during the week, but not allowed on Friday/Saturday night.
  • After 5:30 pm on the Outdoor Terrace both golf and tennis attire are permitted.
  • After 5:30 pm in the Grille Room and Dining Rooms both golf and tennis attire are not permitted.

Golf Attire
Applies to golf course and all practice areas

Men (and boys 12 and over)

  • Collared and mock turtle golf shirts; to be worn tucked in.
  • Golf pants or Bermuda shorts; no short shorts.
  • Golf shoes.
  • Golf caps or visors.

Women (and girls 12 and over)

  • Golf tops; sleeved or sleeveless.
  • Tops may be worn not tucked in, provided they are so designed.
  • Golf pants or skirts, Bermuda shorts; no short shorts or tennis skirts.
  • Golf shoes.
  • Golf caps or visors.

Children under 12

  • Same as above, except that smart tennis or training shoes are permitted.

Tennis Attire
Applies to Tennis and Platform Tennis Courts

  • Tennis Whites with maximum 25% color (for clay courts only).
  • Color tennis clothing allowed on hard courts and platform tennis courts.
  • Warm-up attire with any color is permissible.
  • Rounded collars are permissible; no cotton tee shirts.
  • Tracksuit tops and pants.
  • Tennis shoes.

Pool Attire
The dress code for the pool area is casual

  • Members should ensure that their clothing is not offensive to other members.
  • Pool attire is only permitted in the pool facility and walking directly to and from the car parks.
  • Cargo shorts and cargo short styled bathing suits are permitted for men and boys
  • T-shirts, which are neat, clean an not torn or ripped.

Cell Phone Policy

  • Use of cellphones is permitted in the locker rooms, the phone room near the Clubhouse entrance, the pool deck, and the car parking areas. Cellphone use is specifically prohibited in the Clubhouse public areas and the sporting facilities, including the driving range.

  • The use of text devices is permitted throughout the Club but must be set to silent or vibrate mode.

  • The use of picture cell phones or any photographic device is prohibited in the rest rooms, locker rooms or other areas where Members would reasonably expect privacy.

  • Members are requested to use all communication devices sparingly and in a manner that does not infringe upon the enjoyment of fellow Members in the area.