Dress & Course Care


At Windross Farm, we strive to create a friendly and welcoming environment where members and guests feel comfortable. 

We ask that all visitors to our Club make themselves aware of the on-course and off-course expectations so that you can relax and enjoy your day out.

First and foremost, we ask our patrons to treat golfers, staff, and the facilities with respect. We kindly request that patrons refrain from using profanity or engaging in disruptive behavior that may impact the enjoyment of others. Additionally, we encourage golfers to maintain a proper pace of play, allowing for a smooth flow on the course. It is important to take care of the course and follow all posted rules and guidelines.

The Management of Windross Farm are committed to the responsible service of alcohol. Please click here to view our Host Policy

The Management of Windross Farm are committed to providing a safe environment for children and young people. Please click here to view our Safeguarding Policy.

By practicing these behaviour expectations, we can all contribute to a positive and enjoyable social experience at Windross Farm.



A few moments of courtesy during a round will assist the club significantly in the way of ground staff time and costs, and ensure a more pleasant round for all golfers.

The condition of the greens is a matter of pride for all golfers & staff and can have an impact on a player's score, so careful attention must be given to the putting surfaces. The most important aspect is the repair of pitch marks – the longer a mark stays unrepaired, the more likely it is for our creeping bent grass to fail. Please ensure all pitch marks are repaired at the time of play. 

Sand buckets are available at the starting tees and divots must be repaired. A careless repair may provide an unfair lie for other players, and may also damage course equipment and will result in the fairway taking longer to repair. In winter, replace the divot and sand around the edges - in summer, please throw the divot off to the side and lightly sand and flatten with your foot. 

It is important to leave bunkers in good condition for following players. Please enter bunkers at the low-point, repair any foot prints and divots with the rake provided, push sand back to the centre of the bunker and leave the rake in the middle with the handle facing the direction of play. 

Staff have right of way on the golf course at all times. Players must not hit if there are staff, equipment and machinery within range. Please wait for staff to complete their task, or if they provide acknowledgement that they are ready for your approaching ball please confirm with a mutual wave.

Trundlers and golf carts are not to be taken across tee and greens surfaces.

Following this simple guidelines will promote the enjoyment for all players. 



We expect that members and guests dress both on the course and in the Clubhouse will reflect the high standards required at the Club. 


Neat, tidy sportswear and golf shoes or soft soled sports shoes. This includes, but is not limited to, tailored shorts, sports trousers or skirts and a golf or collared shirt or blouse. 


Neat, tidy casual wear. Dress demin jeans are acceptable. Clean golf shoes, soft soled sport shoes, and open-toed sandals permitted.