Guest InformationWelcome to Ann Arbor Golf and Outing Club
It is our pleasure to extend a warm welcome you as a guest of our club. Whether dining or socializing, golfing or playing tennis and pickleball, we strive to give every guest an enjoyable and memorable visit.
We ask that you kindly observe the club policies followed by the members of AAGOC.
Dress code policy is created to provide members and guests with a guide for appropriate dress when enjoying the facilities at AAGOC. The dress code applies to all members, guests and children 5 years and older. Club staff will advise members and their guests if their attire is not considered in compliance with the dress code policy. Members are responsible for ensuring their guest’s attire follows the dress code.Clubhouse
Casual Dress is permitted in all clubhouse dining facilities. This includes crisp, clean denim of any color, traditional golf attire and business casual. Traditional golf and casual dress does not include ripped, soiled, cut-off or see-through clothing, concert, novelty, slogan and/or offensive T-shirts, athletic shorts, short-shorts, work-out clothing including sweat pants and sweat shirts. Men and boys are asked not to wear hats while dining.Golf Course
- For men and boys, proper golf attire includes walking shorts and slacks, traditional sleeved golf shirts with a collar, including mock, blade and turtleneck shirts. Muscle-type or underwear type shirts, denim jeans, cut-offs and cargo shorts and pants are not acceptable.|
- For women and girls, proper golf attire includes slacks, golf dresses, shorts, skorts and skirts. Leggings must have a skirt or shorts over them. Collarless shirts with sleeves or sleeveless shirts with collars are acceptable. Denim jeans, cut-offs, short shorts, and bare midriff styles are not acceptable.
- Tennis apparel is not acceptable for either men or women on the golf course.