Guest Information

Oahu Country Club allows access to Reciprocal Clubs and guests of our Members.  For further information please call the Front Desk at (808) 595-6331.

-Oahu Country Club is an extremely hilly course that has a great deal of elevation change.  For safety concerns you must always keep golf carts on the path on holes #7, 8, 9, 10, and 11.

-OCC has some of the best putting surfaces in the state of Hawaii.  The greens are a bermuda tiff dwarf variety.  The prevailing grain of the greens goes towards downtown Honolulu.

-In an effort to keep OCC beautiful and in great shape, we ask that you repair all of your ball marks, fill your divots with the sand provided in your golf cart and rake bunkers when you leave them.

-In your cart on the path to the driving range, please use caution crossing the 15th fairway.

-OCC has many traditions that are of value to their membership.  With that said, we ask that you remove your hat when entering the club house.

-It is the intent of the Club to create a generally relaxed, family atmosphere while maintaining a sense of style and dignity in keeping with the tradition and prestige of our Club.

To that end, members, guests and visitors will be expected to be suitably attired at all times.  While tastes and styles may vary greatly, members and guests are expected to use common sense in not wearing attire that is likely to be offensive to some members.  "Appropriate attire" is the best description, and the Club will diligently enforce a Dress Code based on "appropriate attire".

In an attempt to be flexible and sensitive to styles, the Club reserves the right to retain a degree of subjectivity in interpreting the Dress Code.  While men's T-shirts are prohibited, for example, a collarless, "designer" T-style shirt may be "appropriate" and therefore acceptable.

Members are expected to be knowledgeable about the Dress Code and are responsible for informing their guests of the appropriate attire.  Members who repeatedly violate the Dress Code, or whose family or guests repeatedly violate the Dress Code, may be sanctioned by the Club.

The following are some specific guidelines as to appropriate attire:

DRESS CODE MEN

Golf Course and Lower Clubhouse


Allowed: shorts of proper length and what is currently acceptable by the PGA for players during competition; golf shirts, aloha shirts, dress shirts, or sport shirts; slacks, including jeans (no rips, tears or holes); shoes, casual footwear to include but not limited to slippers (flip flops) and go aheads.

Not allowed:  short shorts and cut offs; tank tops and t-shirts; bathing suits; gym attire.

Caps and hats should be removed upon entering the Clubhouse.

Upper Clubhouse

Allowed: slacks, including jeans (no rips, tears or holes); shorts of proper length (5” inseam or appropriately above the knee); golf shirts, aloha shirts, dress shirts, or sport shirts; shoes, and shoe-like sandals.

Not allowed: short shorts, cut offs, tank tops, t-shirts, bathing suits, gym attire, slippers (flip flops) and go aheads .

 DRESS CODE WOMEN

Golf Course and Lower Clubhouse 

- Allowed: "suitable" dress, muumuu, skirt and blouse; shorts of proper length and what is currently acceptable by the PGA for players during competition; slacks, including jeans (no rips, tears or holes); shoes, casual footwear to include but not limited to slippers (flip flops) and go aheads.

Not allowed:  short shorts, skin-tight shorts, or cut offs; tank tops, hoodies, t-shirts; bathing suits; gym attire; and leggings.

Caps, hats and visors should be removed upon entering the Clubhouse.

Upper Clubhouse 

– Allowed: "suitable" dress, muumuu, skirt and blouse; shorts of proper length and what is currently acceptable by the PGA for players during competition; slacks, including jeans (no rips, tears or holes); shoes and shoe-like sandals.

Not allowed: short shorts, skin-tight shorts, or cut offs; tank tops, hoodies, t-shirts; bathing suits;gym attire; leggings; slippers (flip flops) and go aheads.

Caps, hats and visors should be removed upon entering the Clubhouse.

Children 12 and under are to parental discretion.

Lanai: Considered to be part of the "lower clubhouse".

Pool: Appropriate cover-up should be worn to and from the pool. 

Both men and women should avoid walking through the Clubhouse to and from the pool. 

Wellness Center: T-shirts, shorts and gym shoes are considered appropriate attire for the wellness center. 

Men and women should transit to the gym via the locker room entrances and not through the main Clubhouse entrance.

Members are expected to support compliance of the Dress Code, and to cooperate with Club Management’s efforts of enforcement.

NOTE:  Attire for private parties in the private dining rooms may be determined by the host with prior approval of the Club’s General Manager.

 

 

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