Each member owes a duty to his/her fellow Members to maintain standards befitting Royal Hobart Golf Club.
It is the responsibility of all Members to ensure that their guests conform to the regulations of the Club. Whilst we have adjusted our dress code in line with modern trends, we ask that members and guests dress in good taste at all times.
Any variance to the regulations stated below, are at the discretion of the General Manager or his delegate.
The Dress Code in all areas of the Clubhouse is smart casual attire.
- Denim – not torn/ripped.
- Leather Boat shoes and dress sandals with a heel strap may be worn in the Clubhouse without socks.
- Tracksuits, logoed Tee shirts, singlets and cargo trousers.
Club Policy requires all players to be neatly dressed.
- Neat trousers or shorts/skirts.
- Shirts with a collar or turtle neck.
- Short sport and ankle socks which are predominantly plain.
- Neat, clean trainers may be worn in place of golf shoes.
- Metal spiked golf shoes.
- Blue denim, singlets and track suits are not accepted.
Children’s attire should at all times be neat and appropriate to their usage of the Club’s facilities.
It is permissible for children to wear neat, clean jeans on the course.
Dining at Royal Hobart
Royal Hobart are able to provide a wide range of food options ranging from delicious canapés through to full multi course dinners. A variety of dietary requirements can be catered for.
Royal Hobart has played host to significant competitions including the Qantas Australian Open in 1971 won by Jack Nicklaus. Significant Australian golfers have been members here including Elvie Whiteside, Betty Dalgleish and Peter Toogood and Lindy & Mathew Goggin.
Functions at Royal Hobart
Royal Hobart is the ideal multi use venue for all your special functions and conference requirements. With a variety of room configurations available that can cater for groups up to 120 people.