Guest Information

We look forward to welcoming you to our club.

The atmosphere at Renaissance is designed to be warm and welcoming—casual yet elegant.  We’re not a club with a lot of rigid rules, but there are a few things worth knowing before you visit.

Renaissance
377 Kenoza Street
Haverhill, MA 01830
(978) 556-0900 (Golf Shop Ext. 1)
info@renaissancema.com

ATTIRE

On-Course Attire
It’s pretty simple really. If it was designed to be worn on the golf course, you can wear it. Collared shirts, golf mocks, slacks, skorts, skirts, golf shorts and other golf-specific apparel such as golf pullovers and sweaters are considered appropriate attire. We ask that all shirts are tucked in unless specifically designed to be worn otherwise. Hats and visors must be worn in a forward position.

We ask that you kindly leave your cargo shorts, cargo pants, tank tops, halter tops, tee shirts, fishnet tops, cut-offs, jams, sweat pants, jeans, bathing suits, tennis shorts/dresses and other athletic shorts at home.

Footwear
Golf shoes are required on the golf course and practice areas. Soft spikes or spikeless only – no metal spikes allowed. The Golf Shop must approve use of shoes that are not golf specific.

Clubhouse Dining Attire
Dress for dinner is smart casual, and sport coats are suggested for Saturday evening. Long pants are suggested after 7:00 P.M., with the exception of informal events such as clambakes, barbecues, etc. Appropriate clothing includes collared shirts, shorts and “dress” jeans, while items such as tee shirts, bathing suits and exercise clothing are not acceptable. Hats/visors (for both men and women) are not allowed in any indoor dining areas. For breakfast or luncheon, appropriate informal casual sports attire may be worn.

MOBILE PHONES

For the enjoyment of our members and their guests, we ask that all mobile phones and similar devices be switched to “silent mode” at all times at the Club. Use of mobile phones in the Clubhouse is prohibited in all food and beverage outlets. Designated areas to receive or make calls are outside of buildings and in the men’s and women’s locker rooms and lobby areas.

On the golf course, the use of mobile phones and similar equipment is discouraged but permissible, provided all equipment is on “silent mode”. Phone usage should generally be kept to a minimum in all Club areas and users should keep conversations at an appropriate level, so as not to interfere with the enjoyment of other members.