Sundridge Park Golf Club

Dress Code

Members and guests are respectfully required to observe the Club's dress code.  Whilst Sundridge Park Golf Club is a long-established  member’s club, we operate a dress policy commensurate with a modern-day golf club.  These can be summarised as follows:

On the Courses and practice greens

  • Recognised golf attire is required for all players
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes only

The following are not permitted

  • Sports shirts (such as football shirts, rugby shirts, T shirts, tracksuit tops) 
  • Hoodies
  • Wearing hats back to front
  • Denim jeans, cargo pants, combat trousers or tracksuits

For Men

  • Shirts should be recognised golfing attire
  • All shirts are to be tucked-in to trousers or shorts
  • Shorts should be knee length and tailored
  • Appropriate golf socks

For Ladies

  • Sleeveless shirts are permitted but must have a collar
  • Shirts (if so designed) may be worn outside shorts etc
  • Skirts and capri pants are permitted

Driving Range

Jeans can be worn. Golf shoes must be worn; trainers are not permitted.

The Driving Range is a Members only facility however it may be enjoyed by Visitors on the day of their visit.

Clubhouse and Terrace

Smart casual attire (which includes smart denim) is permitted at all times except when there is a specific dress code for a function.

  • Shorts are not permitted in the main restaurant for Sunday Lunch
  • Men may wear closed toe boat shoes or loafers without socks (No flip flops or sliders)

The following are not permitted in the clubhouse:

  • T-Shirts
  • Cargo pants, combat trousers or tracksuits
  • Hats
  • Wet gear/waterproofs if wet or soiled
  • Golf shoes with soft spikes are permitted in the clubhouse during summer. During the winter (when winter rules apply) no golf shoes in the lounges

In all areas

No changing clothes in the car parks. Please use the changing facilities provided.


Course Etiquette

Please repair your pitch marks and replace fairway divots.
Please use the seed boxes to fill your divots where provided.
Keeping up with the game in front makes a good round for everyone. If you fall behind the pace, please allow players through.
Four-balls should aim to play 18 holes in approximately 4 hours.

Clubhouse Etiquette

Wi-Fi is freely available, however the clubhouse is designated a ‘quiet zone’, so please switch your devices to silent and be thoughtful to others.

Mobile phones

The clubhouse is designated a 'quiet zone' so please switch your devices to silent and be thoughtful to others. They can be used discretely for voice calls in all areas of the clubhouse exept the lounges, restaurant and bar areas.

When outside, phones should be switched to silent or vibrate mode at all timesand can be used discretely for voice calls.

On the courses, they cannot be used except in a medical emergency.


No smoking or vaping in the clubhouse or on the terrace.  Ashtrays are located off each end of the terrace. 

General Behaviour

People should refrain from swearing, especially when in earshot of others.

Please be considerate of others at all times.

The Rangers, Steward and all staff have the full backing of the Club Committee and Board when implementing the rules. Any abuse will be dealt with as a disciplinary matter.

Sundridge Park Golf Club

Garden Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3NE | Phone: 020 8460 0278 | Email:

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