MOBILE DEVICE POLICY
The Board approved a new club wide mobile device policy as follows: Cell phones must be kept on silent or vibrate at all times. Except in the case of emergency, phone calls may be made or received only in the parking lot and locker room areas. Such calls are expected to be short and occur only when necessary. Mobile devices may be used discreetly for email and text (but not voice) communication throughout the club facilities, including the golf course, except that use of all electronic devices, whether email, text or voice, is strictly prohibited in dining areas. Electronic devices may be used at the pool, on silent or with headphones, without restriction.
Access to the Clubhouse and Sports facilities will not be permitted to members, children and guests who are improperly attired. At the direction of The Board of Governors, the Club’s staff will infer this code. Gentlemen and boys are required to remove hats, caps and visors in the Clubhouse and on the Main, Grill and Little House terraces.
CLUBHOUSE: MAIN DINING ROOM, PRIVATE DINING ROOM, RALLYE ROOM AND CHAPEL
FORMAL OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAY EVENTS: MEN AND BOYS over the age of ten must wear a jacket and tie. BOYS over the age of five, jackets are required. WOMEN: dress, skirt or slacks.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY: GENTLEMEN over the age of ten: jacket with collared shirt or turtleneck. MEN AND BOYS: no open toed shoes. WOMEN: dress, skirt or slacks.
FORMAL OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAY EVENTS: MEN AND BOYS over the age of ten must wear a jacket and tie. BOYS over the age of five, jackets are required. MEN AND BOYS: no open toed shoes. WOMEN: dress, skirt or slacks.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY NIGHT: country club casual *
GRILL ROOM, TERRACE, LITTLE HOUSE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR DINING FACILITIES:
Country club casual and sports attire is permitted except on formal occasions and Holiday Events.
MEN:* Tucked-in collared shirts or turtlenecks, collared shirts under sweaters, Bermuda shorts, slacks, tennis or paddle attire.
MEN AND BOYS: no open toed shoes. WOMEN:* Dresses, skirts, Bermuda shorts, tennis or paddle attire.
CHILDREN:* Adult dress code applies
GOLF COURSE AND PRACTICE AREAS:
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN: Long pants, Bermuda shorts, skirts, dresses of acceptable lengths, TUCKED-IN shirts. Men and boys must wear collared shirts, mock-turtleneck shirts and caps worn front forward. Tennis and swim attire is not permitted. Metal cleats are not allowed.
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN: White tennis clothes (slight trim permissible) shirts on at all times and white tennis sneakers are required. NO colored shirts or shorts, track shoes, running shoes, basketball shoes or shoes with cleats or spikes and swim wear.
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN: Swimsuits and swimwear are permitted only at the pool facility. NOT permitted are denim jeans, jean shorts, denim shirts and skirts, jean styles in other colors, cut-off pants, shirt sleeves, cargo pants and cargo shorts.
TENNIS AND GOLF CLINICS
The purpose of these programs is to immerse the children in the activities of The Ardsley Country Club. Our young members are expected to learn and comply with the Club’s dress code.
UNACCEPTABLE IN THE CLUBHOUSE, THE LITTLE HOUSE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR DINING FACILITIES, AND THE GOLF AND TENNIS FACILITIES:
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN: Denim jeans, jean shorts, denim shirts and skirts, jean styles in other colors, cargo pants, cargo shorts, short shorts, cut off pants and sleeves, undershirts, logoed shirts (except A.C.C. logo), halters, bare midriffs, spandex, work-out and running attire. Swimwear is not permitted in the Clubhouse and at the sports facilities. Men and boys must remove hats, caps, and visors in the Clubhouse and on the Main and Grill terraces and at the Little House indoor and outdoor dining facilities. Men and boys are not permitted to wear open toed shoes in the Clubhouse or the Little House.
The Board of Governors has directed that the dress code policy be monitored and strictly enforced by the Clubhouse Management Staff, the Golf and Tennis Professionals and Staff, and the Pool Director.