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The Los Angeles Country Club Customs and Traditions

We are pleased to welcome you to The Los Angeles Country Club. Since 1897, we have established a series of customs and traditions in order to enhance your experience at our Club. We take pride in making every one of our guests feel like a member during your visit with us.

In order to best enjoy your experience, we ask that you please observe the following Club policies:

  • Men's Attire
      • Men’s shirts must have sleeves and collars and must be worn inside one’s trousers.

      • Men’s slacks must be of a tailored nature.

      • Golf attire is acceptable at all times in the Locker Room, Grill Room, Bar and their adjacent patios.

      • After 6:00 p.m., gentlemen are required to wear a jacket in all other areas of the Clubhouse unless otherwise specified for an event.

      • Outside of the Clubhouse and adjacent patios, caps are allowed and may only be worn with the bill facing forward.

  • Women's Attire
      • Women’s shirts and blouses must be worn inside slacks or skirts, unless designed to be worn outside. 

      • Women’s slacks must be of a tailored nature and must be ankle length or longer.

      • Skirts must be no shorter than 4” above the knee.

      • Golf attire is acceptable at all times in the Locker Room, Grill Room, Bar and their adjacent patios.

      • After 6:00 p.m., dress, dressy skirt and blouse, suit, tailored pants suit, pants and blazer or evening pants outfit is acceptable following the length guidelines above in all other areas of the Clubhouse unless otherwise specified for an event.

      • Women may wear brimmed hats, not golf caps, coordinating with their outfits in the Clubhouse.

      • Outside of the Clubhouse and adjacent patios, caps are allowed and may only be worn with the bill facing forward.

  • Children's Attire
      • Attire for boys and girls 7 and above is the same as noted above for men and women.

      • Children under the age of 7 must maintain a conservative and modest attire in keeping with the Club’s tradition.

  • Tennis Attire

      • Shirt must have sleeves and must have a collar or crew neck.
      • Shirts may not have slogans.
      • Shorts must be tennis shorts.
      • No black soled running shoes are allowed, only non-marking soled tennis shoes.
      • Men’s Tennis clothing does not have to be all white.



      • Tennis shirts or tennis dresses with straps may be sleeveless or collarless.
      • Skirts must be tennis skirts.
      • Women’s tennis warm-ups are permitted with the tennis warm-up pants are worn under the skirt.
      • Women’s tennis clothing does not have to be all white.
  • Unacceptable Attire
    • The following items of attire and actions are unacceptable on the grounds of The Los Angeles Country Club (with the exceptions noted):

      • Denim fabric of any color and/or kind, including pants, shirts and jackets
      • Shorts of any kind, including skorts and culottes
      • Clogs, flip flops or other types of beach shoes
      • Caps, hats (except as noted above for ladies’ brimmed hats) or visors in all areas of the Clubhouse
      • Cargo pants, warm-up suits, leggings, jogging and gym attire
      • Athletic type t-shirts, including jerseys
      • Apparel containing slogans
      • Changing shoes in the parking lot



      Shorts (exercise or Bermuda), athletic type t-shirts and denim pants of any color may be worn from the Parking Lot to the Locker Rooms or from the Locker Rooms to the Parking Lot. These exceptions are made solely to accommodate changing clothes. Loitering in the Locker Room (including card play, TV watching, drinking) while in shorts,, t-shirts or denim pants of any color is not permitted.

  • Technology Guidelines
    • To preserve the social and recreational aspects of the Club, the following are the Technology Guidelines: 


      ·        The discrete use of electronic devices to send, receive, and read text messages in silent mode only, as well as taking photos, is permitted on both the North and South Courses and Course Cafes, excluding areas immediately surrounding the Clubhouse such as the putting green and 1st & 18th tees and greens.

      ·        Use of electronic devices must be discrete and cannot impact pace of play.

      ·        No audible messages or calls whatsoever are allowed other than to report a true medical emergency.

      ·        Electronic devices may be used on the practice range only as an instructional tool for viewing/recording golf swings.

      ·        Electronic devices may not be used in or around the cart barn, golf shop, starter’s gazebo, putting green or lawn.


      ·       The use of cell phones and other electronic devices to send, receive or listen to calls or audible messages is not permitted on Club premises, except inside closed vehicles (windows up) in the parking lots, in the Professional Center designated by the Board of Directors, and in a phone booth located in the Men’s Locker Room.

      ·       Sending or receiving graphic and/or written messages from electronic devices in silent mode is permitted only in the Locker Rooms, in a closed-door meeting at the Club for the business of the Club or a committee of the Club, in the Professional Center, and in the parking lots, provided that in all such instances such devices are used in silent mode and no sound is emitted from any such device.
      •     Photographs may be taken on cameras (not cell phones or tablets) in the Clubhouse and on the Club grounds if it is not disturbing to other members and guests. Staff may, at any time, decide cameras may not be permitted if it is perceived as a disruption to the member experience.

      ·       Photographs taken on cell phones or electronic devices will be permitted during private parties held in designated reserved areas of the Clubhouse or grounds.

      ·       Photographs taken on cell phones or electronic devices will be permitted for specific and limited Club events, and those permitted exceptions will be published on Club-issued announcements of such activities (e.g., Mother’s Day Brunch, Easter Sunday and various Christmas events).

      ·       Audio-visual equipment may be used at approved functions.

      ·       The use of electronic devices other than provided for above is not allowed on Club premises.


      ·        Dissemination through social media of personal photographs or videos identifying The Los Angeles Country Club is not permitted.  The publication for commercial purposes of any pictures taken anywhere on the Club’s property identifying The Los Angeles Country Club is not permitted.  

      ·       Any written references to The Los Angeles Country Club, its members, activities, and practices that are or might become accessible by the public is not permitted (e.g., hash tags, comments, posts, location check-ins, etc.).

      ·       Members and guests of the Club may not discuss the Club’s membership, events, policies, rules, by-laws or activities using social or professional media platforms.

      Please note: if the use of technology is not specifically addressed in this policy, then it is not permitted at the Club. Compliance with this policy is essential to the enjoyment and privacy of the membership. Staff will enforce our technology policy. As a reminder, members will be held responsible for the actions of their guests with regard to all policies of The Los Angeles Country Club.

  • Payment
      • Please note, while at The Los Angeles Country Club all charges must be billed to the member's account who is hosting the guest. We do not allow guests to charge back to their home club and cash is not accepted, except to pay our caddies.

      • The Los Angeles Country Club does not allow tipping.

The Los Angeles Country Club
10101 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 276-6104
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