Attire considered appropriate for a country club of the caliber of the Princess Anne is expected of all members and their guests. Gentlemen are expected to remove their hats when they enter the clubhouse and shirts should be tucked in. The Board of Directors shall have the authority to modify dress code requirements for special events.
In dining venues, casual attire is acceptable to include neat tailored jeans of any color; clean athletic attire including golf and tennis shorts, shirts, skirts/skorts and warm-ups; shirts with collars, mock turtlenecks, V-neck and crew sport shirts; men's and ladies' open-toed sandals and flip flops
The attire for any private function will be established by the host.
On the lower level of the clubouse, casual attire is acceptable to include neat, tailored jeans of any color; golf, tennis and workout attire; and open-toed sandals and flip flops. Bathing suits, shower shoes and cut-off shorts are inappropriate. Gentlemen are reminded to remove their hats.
Breakers Restaurant & Breakers Boulevard
Casual attire is acceptable to include neat tailored jeans of any color; clean athletic attire including golf and tennis shorts, shirts, skirts/skorts and warm-ups; shirts with collars, mock turtlenecks, V-neck and crew sport shirts; men's and ladies' open-toed sandals and flip flops. Dry bathing suits are acceptable. Ladies are required to wear a cover-up over entire bathing suit. Towels are not acceptable cover-ups.
General: Proper tennis-specific attire is required at all times. Proper attire does not include: tee-shirts normally worn as undergarments, surf tee-shirts, tank-tops, bathing suits, cut-off shorts, board shorts, khakis, golf apparel, Soffe shorts, non-tennis name brand, or other attire determined to be inappropriate by the Board of Directors and Tennis Team. Shoes must be tennis-specific and have non-marking soles for hard courts and smooth soles for clay courts. Cross-training, basketball, and jogging shoes are not permitted.
Ladies: Color coordinated tennis attire and warm-ups may be of any color. Exposed midriffs for any reason are inappropriate.
Gentlemen: Fifty percent white is required, unless it is a coordinated, matching, and tennis-specific outfit. Shirts with collars and sleeves are required unless the shirt is tennis-specific.
Members are responsible for ensuring that their children & guests follow the dress code policies.
General: Proper golf-specific attire is required at all times on the course and on all the practice areas. Proper attire includes Bermuda shorts but does not include: denim blue jeans, cut-off shorts, tennis shorts, workout attire, bathing suits and non-golf sweatshirts with or without a hood. Shoes must be of the approved spike-less variety and are only permitted in the clubhouse lower level. All hat/caps must be worn facing forward.
Ladies: Bare midriffs, bare backs, halter tops, low-slung pants, short shorts and tank tops are inappropriate. Collarless and sleeveless shirts designed to be worn outside the pants are appropriate. Bermuda short and shorts/skorts that are less than five inches above the middle of the knee are appropriate. Golf specific leggings, Bermuda shorts, shorts, skorts and dresses should be of an appropriate length.
Gentlemen: Tucked in shirts with sleeves and collars, including mock turtlenecks, are appropriate.
Workout attire appropriate for a country club, including shirts and shoes, is required.
The Princess Anne Country Club is a smoke-free facility. Smoking areas have been designated on the southern porch of the upper level and patios outside of the men's and ladies' lounges on the lower level.
In order to preserve the tranquility of The Princess Anne clubhouse and sporting venues, discreet, non-voice cell phone use is permitted throughout the property. Voice calls may be taken in the men’s and ladies’ locker rooms and Club outdoor areas.