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Dress Code

We pride ourselves on providing a premiere experience for our Members and their guests. Please review our dress code policies below.
 

Dining Attire

The MCC Membership appreciates and takes pride in maintaining an appropriate balance between Country Club casual and formal attire. Members are also responsible for ensuring that their guests adhere to the following guidelines.
 
Appropriate Dress for Gentlemen
Members Grille, Mountain View Lounge, Clubhouse

  • Club approved Golf and Tennis attire is permitted.
  • Bermuda-style shorts are preferred. Short shorts and cargo shorts are not permitted.
  • T-shirts and gym clothes are not permitted.
  • Neat condition jeans are permitted.
    • No worn/stringy hems or ripped or torn parts are allowed.
  • Collared shirts or banded collar dress shirts are required for gentlemen.
  • All shirts must be tucked into slacks/shorts except fitted dress shirts designed to be worn untucked.
  • Caps, hats, and visors are to be removed when inside the Clubhouse except:
    • Inside the Men's Grille and Locker Room.
  • Men may wear leather or cloth open-toe sandals. However, rubber flip-flops designed for the "beach or pool" are not permitted in the Clubhouse.
 
Appropriate Dress for Ladies
Members Grille, Mountain View Lounge, Clubhouse
  • Club approved Golf and Tennis attire are permitted.
  • Bermuda-style shorts are permitted. Short shorts and cargo shorts are not permitted.
  • T-shirts and gym clothes are not permitted.
  • Mid-sections must be covered.
  • Neat condition jeans are permitted.
    • No worn/stringy hems or ripped or torn parts on pants, shorts, or skirts are allowed.
  • Appropriate tops/blouses are required for ladies.
  • Women are permitted to wear caps, hats, and visors inside the Clubhouse. Hats must be worn with the bill facing forward.
  • Ladies may wear leather or cloth open-toe sandals. However, rubber flip-flops designed for the "beach or pool" are not permitted in the Clubhouse.

 
 
 
Appropriate Dress for Adolescents and Children
While the guidelines set forth for adults apply to children and adolescents in both dining areas, the Club will allow children under age 12 to dress casually, but in good taste, when dining or attending a formal Club function. Children aged 12 and older must comply with the adult dress codes. In all areas, for all ages and for both genders, excessively tight, short, or baggy clothing is not considered appropriate attire.


Ballroom Brunches
Sunday Brunch attire is required to attend Ballroom club functions such as Sunday Brunch, holiday functions, and other special events as noted on event invitations or flyers.
Gentlemen: The appropriate attire for a gentleman is: dress slacks and collared shirts (tucked in) with coats or jackets required for more formal events, as specified. Denim, shorts, and men's hats are prohibited.
Ladies: Women are requested to dress in a fashion compatible with the dress required of men, which may include dresses, skirts, slacks, or pantsuits. Denim and shorts are prohibited.