Guest Information
Riverton’s House Policy & Dress Code

Riverton Country Club (RCC) is a family oriented club, a place to spend time with friends and family, enjoy recreation and social dining. To support this objective, the House Policies and Dress Code have been established to respect the mutual interests of our members taking into consideration active use of our facility, as well as the generational differences of our membership.
 
The policies set forth in this document provide guidelines within which we operate the clubhouse, facilities and golf course. Members are asked to assure their families and guests follow these guidelines. Those not adhering to these policies may be restricted from facility access or service until they are in compliance. Should someone inadvertently be out of compliance, they may purchase proper attire in the pro shop at a moderate cost. 

Dress Code

Clubhouse:  
Men:  collared shirts, turtle neck and mock turtle neck shirts, slacks, Bermuda length shorts, golf attire, tennis attire, dress jeans.  No hats are permitted to be worn in the clubhouse.

Women:  skirts, slacks, Bermuda length shorts, golf attire, tennis attire, dress jeans.

Not permitted:  short shorts, tank tops, tee shirts, sweat pants, sweat shirts, bathing suits without cover-up, frayed or tattered jeans, pants with patches, work boots.

Kriss Family Room:  
Clubhouse Dress Code applies

The Hemingway:  
Clubhouse Dress Code applies

Patio:  
Clubhouse Dress Code applies with the addition of the following:  
Hats, worn in the traditional style with brims to the front permitted. 
Members arriving directly from the pool are permitted to wear swimwear with appropriate covering apparel.

Golf Course attire:  
Men:  slacks, bermuda style golf shorts, collared shirts, turtle neck, and mock turtlenecks (both long and short sleeve).  Shirts must be tucked in. Not permitted:  short shorts, cargo shorts/pants, jeans, cutoffs, “T” shirts, and jogging clothes. hats must be worn with the brim in the front.  Hats must be removed in the clubhouse.

Women: slacks, capris, golf shorts/skirts, collared shirts, collarless shirts with sleeves, turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks.  Not permitted:  short shorts, cargo shorts/pants, jeans, cutoffs, “T” shirts, tube tops, midriff attire, backless shirts, and jogging clothes. Hats must be worn with the brim in the front.

Soft spikes are expected, hard spikes are not permissible.

Tennis attire:  
Tennis shoes, socks, tennis shirts/tops, skirts/shorts, and warm-ups are considered appropriate tennis attire.  Cut offs, jeans, tank tops, and bathing suits are not permitted.

Pool:  
Members and guests to the pool area are expected to use the pool locker room facilities.

Children:  
Children, 14 years of age or older, are expected to comply with the adult Dress Code policies.  For children under the age of 14, we ask the parents to encourage dress in compliance with our standard of acceptable casual dress.  For example, collared shirts tucked into slacks/shorts. Athletic footwear (sneakers) is acceptable.

Dress Code Violation:  
Management has the right to deny entrance to a dining area for members who are not properly compliant to the dress code.  Please understand that the dress code is in place to provide a respectful atmosphere for our members.  Club management has been delegated responsibility for enforcement on behalf of the Board of Trustees


Smokers should be respectful of diners and smoke away from the eating area.