The Dress Code applies to all areas of the Club including the Clubhouse, Members’ Grille, the Golf Course, the Practice Facility, the Pool and Parking Lots. Members are asked to adhere to the Contra Costa Country Club dress code, and it is the Member’s responsibility to inform their guests of the dress code and ensure that proper attire is worn by their guests. Management will at all times determine what is inappropriate and enforce the dress code accordingly. We thank you for observing the Dress Code policy of Contra Costa Country Club. We look forward to seeing you, your family and guests around the Club.

  • Country Club Casual
    • Collared shirts for men and appropriate dress for women is required. Nice jeans are acceptable (not ripped, torn, tattered, frayed or dirty). Proper Golf attire is acceptable. Hats should be worn with the bill facing forward (not backwards) on the Golf Course, Members’ Grille and on the Patios. Hats are not acceptable inside the Clubhouse for gentlemen. Dressy Hats, religious or health related head coverings will be allowed for appropriate occasions. Shoes - Golf shoes, dress and casual shoes such as loafers and sandals are suggested footwear on Club grounds.

  • Golf
    • Golf Course, Practice Facility, and Putting Green

      All Members and their guests shall at all times dress in accordance with good taste and judgment. Metal spikes are not permitted. Soft spiked golf shoes and soft-soled athletic shoes are permitted.  Male golfers are required to wear their golf shirts with tails tucked in.  This applies in all golfing areas and in the Clubhouse (i.e., golf course, golf practice area, and Golf Shop). Hats and visors are not allowed inside the Clubhouse, Members’ Grille and Dining Room. In permitted areas, hats should be worn with the bill facing forward at all times.

  • Children's Dress Policy
    • For children under 12, we ask parents to encourage appropriate dress while at the Club. Once children turn 12 years old, they are expected to comply with the adult dress code policies.

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