Please consider common sense, respect for club tradition, modesty, and the comfort level of others when wearing casual attire including denim blue jeans. The Dress Code applies to the entire Club property from the time of your arrival. WVCC members are responsible for ensuring that their families and guests are dressed appropriately. Clothing should be neat, clean, in good repair and of the appropriate size.
Business casual or appropriate golf attire are acceptable in the WVCC Clubhouse, Thomas Grille and Event areas for both men and women members, family, and guests.
Neatly tailored dark blue jeans may be worn in all area of the club with the exception of the golf course. Jeans that are not frayed (either by design or over time), have holes, are torn, or bleached are not permitted anywhere on the property at any time. Members and guests are encouraged to use the utmost discretion when choosing to wear denim blue jeans at the club.
Men and junior boys: button down or polo-type shirts with sleeves and collar, turtleneck or mock turtleneck, and all shirts should be worn tucked in. Sleeves may be long or short. Pants must be either tailored trousers, Bermuda shorts, or neatly tailored dark blue jeans (as stated above). Length of the shorts must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee. Pants or shorts should be worn with a belt when appropriate. Wearing golf caps, hats, and visors of any type is considered unsuitable in the Clubhouse.
Women and junior girls: tailored slacks, neatly tailored dark blue jeans (as stated above), Capri pants, dresses, skirts, skorts, or shorts no shorter than 4 inches above the knee. Shirts, tops, or sweaters must be long enough to be tucked in (no exposed midriff). Wearing golf caps, hats, and visors of any type is considered unsuitable in the Clubhouse.
Examples of inappropriate attire include: swim wear, worn or tattered denim or jeans, cutoff shorts, cargo pants, un-tucked shirts, collarless or sleeveless shirts on men, worn or dirty clothing, as well as hats or caps worn facing backwards.
No one shall be permitted on the golf course or practice areas in any attire considered unsuitable by the Golf Committee, as enforced by the Golf Staff. All caps are to be worn with the bill facing forward.
Men and junior boys: polo-type shirts with sleeves and collar, turtleneck or mock turtleneck, and must be worn tucked in to trousers or shorts. Sleeves may be long or short. Pants must be either tailored trousers or Bermuda length shorts no shorter than 4 inches above the knee. Pants or shorts should be worn with a belt.
Women and junior girls: shirts should have a collar and must be long enough to be tucked in (no exposed midriff). Sleeveless shirts with a collar are permitted, as are turtlenecks or mock necks. Tailored slacks, shorts, skirts, skorts or Capri pants are also acceptable. Length of shorts, skirts or skorts must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee.
Examples of inappropriate attire include: swim wear, running shorts or shirts, sweat pants, denim, cutoff shorts, un-tucked shirts, caps or visors worn other than with the bill facing forward, barefoot, or worn or dirty clothing.
Pool and Cabana
Appropriate swim attire for men includes trunks or swim shorts, and for women, a one-piece bathing suit or a tankini is recommended. Swim attire is not acceptable in any area of the club other than the pool area for men, women, or children. Cover-ups for ladies and t-shirts for men are required at the Cabana Bar. No cut off shorts. *Please note that only appropriate golf attire is acceptable when using the halfway house restrooms.
As a courtesy to others, members & guests are requested to set phones to "vibrate" mode whenever they are on Club property, and to excuse themselves from the dining and bar areas when receiving or placing cellular calls.
Smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas of the Club. When outside please maintain a distance of 15 feet from all entrances. Please extinguish and dispose of cigarette and cigar butts appropriately.
Members and guests have the responsibility of taking care of the course during play.
- Take the time to repair ball marks on the greens.
- Replace all divots in fairways.
- Properly rake bunkers.
- When driving a golf cart, please follow all directional signs and use cart paths when designated. Responsible operation of golf carts will help preserve the condition of our playing surfaces.
- Please dispose of smoking materials and other litter responsibly.
Pace of Play
WVCC’s pace of play standard is 4 hours and 5 minutes. On weekends, groups that tee off prior to 8:00 a.m. are expected to play in 3 hours and 45 minutes or less. Also, it is expected that you finish your round within 20 minutes of the group in front of you. For example, if a group plays in 3 hours and 30 minutes and you are the group behind them and you play in 4 hours, even though you are technically within the 4 hours and 5 minute window, you are off pace because you finished more than 20 minutes behind the group in front of you.
Caddies should be treated with the same dignity and respect afforded to our members, guests and club employees.