Guest Policies

Welcome!  The Members and Staff of River Bend are delighted that you will be a Guest of our club.  The staff is committeed to making your visit a pleasurable one and with that in mind, we would like to share with you some guidelines to make your visit more enjoyable.

Guest Guidelines for Golf


General Clubhouse: consistent with "Smart Casual" including loafers, dress sandals, casual shirts with collars and nice denim jeans. 
Golf Dress Code:  Consists of collared shirts or mock turtlenecks and slacks or Bermuda style shorts.  Shorts are to be no more than two inches above the knee, and shirts must be tucked in.  Comparable attire for women and girls includes skirts, slacks, shorts, and golf shirts.  Hats and golf shoes are not allowed in the Clubhouse.

Tennis Dress Code:  Regulation non-marking tennis shoes must be worn on the courts.  Men and boys must wear a collared or tennis approved shirt along with appropriate pants.  Women and girls must wear appropriate attire such as tennis shirts, skirts, dresses, and shorts or sweat pants.  No tee shirts, gym shorts, beach shorts, cut-off shorts, running shoes, or midriff tops are permitted.

Fitness Center Dress Code:  Conventional exercise attire is required.  Midriff-baring shirts and undergarments worn as outer garments are not allowed. Men are not to wear tank tops or muscle shirts.   No low-rise shorts or pants are permitted.

Special Dining Events: For holiday or special dining events such as Easter, Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, the Holiday Brunch, and other special events, the attire is “Jacket Preferred.”  Events that are designated “Jacket Required” will be noted on the invitation.


Smoking is permitted only in the Ladies’ Lounge and the Men’s Grill (except for special events designated by the Club).

Cell Phones

Out of consideration of others, please refrain from taking calls or using cell phones while inside the Clubhouse, except in the Ladies’ Lounge or Men’s Grill.  Calls should be taken outside, excluding outdoor dining areas.  While in dining or other public areas, cell phones should be placed on vibrate or silent modes.