Guest Information

Welcome to Suburban Golf Club.  Your visit is important to us and the information contained here is intended to make your visit is as enjoyable as possible.  Please take a minute to familiarize yourself with the information on this page regarding our dress code, cell phones policy and a few other points.

Dress Code

The dress code at Suburban is intended to maintain the standards and traditions of the club.

Golf Course Attire - Men

  • Collared shirts, which must be tucked in at all times.
  • Mock-turtle neck shirts are permitted.
  • Tailored slacks or golf shorts.
  • Hats should be work with the brim facing forward.

Golf Course Attire - Women

  • Sleeveless shirts are permitted.
  • Halter, tube or tank-tops are not permitted.
The following are not permitted at any time on the golf course: demin or any sort, work-out clothing, cargo pants or shorts.  Please note that metal golf spikes are also prohibited.

Clubhouse / Patio Attire

  • Hats are not permitted anywhere in the clubhouse, with the exception of locker rooms.

Arrival

We encourage members to inform the club in advance of guests arriving, so hopefully your arrival will be expected.  The golf staff will meet you from your car and take your clubs to your golf cart or caddie.  Please identify yourself as a guest and the staff will direct you accordingly.
Please note that all guests are assigned a locker for the day, and we request that guests do not change their shoes in the parking lot.

Cell Phone Policy

Suburban has a relaxed policy regarding cell phones.  Please keep phones on silent mode at all times.  We ask that members and their guests exercise common sense if they have to use their cell phones on the golf course: try to keep calls short and quiet, and don't hold up play.  In the clubhouse area members and guests may make calls from the locker rooms and the patio.

Golf Course

We are proud of the condition of our golf course.  Please ensure that your repair all divots and ball marks on the greens, and enter/exit sand traps from low areas to avoid damaging steep bunker faces.

We appreciate your adherence to these guidelines, thank you.

The Board of Governors.