To ensure an enjoyable visit, we ask that you read and review the Club's rules and guidelines prior to your arrival.
Silent texting is permissible; however, we ask that you remain mindful of other members and their guests.
Jeans and other denim clothing, bathing suits, tank tops, cut-offs, sweat pants and short shorts are not acceptable attire while on Club property.
Golf course attire must follow the conservative traditions of the Club. The best example of acceptable dress for playing golf at the Virginia Country Club is the type of attire worn by male and female touring golf professionals.
Shorts are permitted so long as they
are Bermuda or walking style shorts no higher than four inches above the
middle of the knee.
Shirts must have collars. However, turtlenecks and mock-turtleneck golf shirts may be worn on the Golf Course and in the Clubhouse. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
Hawaiian Style shirts may be worn
un-tucked and are allowed while dining in the Clubhouse, except on Sunday
nights in the Main Dining Room. Hawaiian shirts are not allowed on the
Hats must face bill-forward when worn. Hats must be removed while in the Clubhouse.
The Members Grill is for Members and their guests ONLY. Guests must be accompanied by a member while dining in the Members Grill.
During Sunday dinner hours in the Main Dining Room, men must wear a suit/sport jacket, shirt and slacks. A tie is optional. Women are encouraged to dress conservatively with suits, dresses or tailored slacks and tops. Shorts are not permitted during formal dining hours in the Main Dining Room.
We ask our golfing guests to avoid changing shoes or clothes in the parking lot. Our locker room staff will be happy to assign you a complimentary locker for your use throughout the day.
Virginia Country Club is a softspike facility. If you have metal spikes, our locker room attendants will be happy to replace them with softspikes.
Carts must remain on the cart path on hole no. 1 and on all par 3's.
A brisk pace of play is an important
tradition at our Club. Please be prepared to play "ready golf."
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