Country Club of Harrisburg

 

The Country Club of Harrisburg is the oldest established private club in the Central Pennsylvania area. It was founded in 1896 by a distinguished list of Harrisburg business leaders seeking the social and sports amenities of country club life for themselves and their families. The Country Club of Harrisburg is built on the foothills of the Blue Mountains, high above the Susquehanna River in scenic Fishing Creek Valley, just ten minutes from Harrisburg and convenient to both East Shore and West Shore locations.

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DRESS CODE: The Country Club of Harrisburg’s dress code will be strictly enforced. Acceptable Club attire includes collared shirts, slacks and Bermuda Length shorts, Denim of any kind, t-shirts, tank tops, cutoffs, tennis, running or athletic attire are inappropriate forms of dress for both the clubhouse and the golf course. Any person not properly attired will not be allowed to play or participate in the event. The Country Club of Harrisburg is non-metal spike golf facility.

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Clubhouse Dress Code

Casual and business attire is permitted in all areas of the Clubhouse. Sport coats and ties are optional. Casual attire includes golf and tennis attire, denim, slacks and pants with appropriate shirts and blouses (no t-shirts), dresses and skirts. Shorts may not be worn more than four inches (4") above the knee.
Denim must be properly fitted with no holes, dirt or frayed areas.
Men must remove hats, visors or caps when indoors (with the exception of the Golf Shop or locker room).

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Golf Course Dress Code

All men's golf shirts must have a collar or mock collar and be tucked in at all times. Only proper golf pants or shorts are allowed.
Ladies' golf shirts without collars must have sleeves. Tank or halter tops are not permitted. Shorts, skirts and skorts must be no shorter than four inches (4") above the knee.
Denim, t-shirts, cut-offs, tank tops, cargo pants or shorts, athletic shorts, sweat clothes and swimwear are not permitted on the golf course, driving range or putting green.
Hats must be worn facing forward.
Soft spikes are mandatory.
The changing of shoes/clothing must be done in the locker rooms.