Dress Code

Smoking Policy

The Clubhouse is entirely smoke-free.  This includes the entire building and all rooms, including use by private parties.  Members and their guests will be allowed to smoke on the South Deck, the Ballroom Deck, and the Clubhouse Front Porch.  Members and their guests may smoke on the golf course, the Club parking lot, the Tennis Patio, and the Great Room Patio.


Dress Code
The Dress Code implemented by the Board of Directors is to provide members and their guests with a guide to appropriate dress when visiting Fredericksburg Country Club. In accordance with the policy, the Staff has been asked by the Board of Directors to advise members or their guests that if their dress is not in compliance with the Dress Code, they will be restricted from Club access or service until they comply with the Code.

The Dress Code applies to all areas of the Club grounds including the Clubhouse, Golf Course, Practice Areas, Tennis Facilities, Pool, and Parking Lots. Members are asked to use good judgment to help enforce the Clubhouse Dress Code.

Men’s Dress Policy
Slacks, golf shorts, collared shirts, and turtle-neck and mock-neck shirts are standard required dress on Club grounds. Tennis attire is acceptable in the Sports Bar and 19th Hole Grill. Sweaters and pullovers may be worn over standard underneath attire. We ask that shirts be tucked into slacks or golf shorts at all times. T-shirts, denim jeans, cargo shorts or pants are not acceptable dress, unless otherwise noted. Appropriate denim jeans (not baggy, torn, faded, etc) are permitted only in the Sports Bar and 19th Hole Grill unless otherwise noted for events.

The Aloha (Hawaiian) shirt is permitted in all areas of the Club with the exception that if worn on the golf course, it must be “tucked in”. These shirts are printed with a Hawaiian theme, have buttons down the entire length of the front of the shirt, the lower hem is straight, and the shirt must have a collar. These shirts will not be allowed at member functions that require jackets and/or ties.

Bathing suits and pool footwear are acceptable at the Pool Facility.

Golf shoes, dress and casual shoes such as loafers and leather sandals are standard footwear on Club grounds.

Ladies’ Dress Policy
Slacks, golf shorts, capris, skirts or skorts longer than fingertips, golf shirts, sleeveless blouses of proper length, and turtle-neck and mock-neck shirts are standard required dress on Club grounds. Tennis attire is acceptable in the Sports Bar and 19th Hole Grill. Sweaters and pullovers may be worn over the standard underneath attire. They must be of appropriate size, length, neckline, and fit. Tube tops, tank tops, midriff attire, denim blouses or jackets, T-shirts, short shorts, cut-offs, denim jeans, and cargo shorts or pants are not acceptable dress, unless otherwise noted. Appropriate denim jeans (not baggy, torn, faded, etc) are permitted only in the Sports Bar and 19th Hole Grill unless otherwise noted for events.

Sleeveless dresses and sun-back dresses are permitted only in the Clubhouse Facility. Bathing suits and pool footwear are acceptable at the Pool Facility.

Golf shoes, dress and casual shoes such as leather sandals and loafers are standard footwear on Club grounds.

Children’s Dress Policy
We ask that children 13 years of age or older comply with the adult Dress Code policies. For children under the age of 13, we ask the parents to encourage dress in compliance with our standard of acceptable casual dress. For example, collared shirts tucked into their slacks or shorts. Athletic footwear (sneakers) is acceptable.

Hats & Caps Policy
Gentlemen may wear hats indoors only within the confines of the Golf Shop or locker rooms. They are not permitted in the Clubhouse, but are permitted on the Patio for lunch and cocktail service. Gentlemen will be asked to remove their hats if they are seated in any of the dining areas. Hats should be worn with the bill facing forward.

Note – Dressy hats and religious or health-related head coverings will be allowed for appropriate occasions.