We look forward to welcoming you when you arrive at Nashua Country Club. We ask that you please take a moment to read the following information prior to your arrival at the club.

Clubhouse Dress Code

Collared shirts must be tucked in with slacks or appropriate denim is acceptable attire for men. Women may wear dresses, slacks, capris, Bermuda shorts, skirts or appropriate denim with a blouse, golf top or sweater.  Sweat suits, hooded sweatshirts, sweat shorts & sports team jerseys & tee shirts are not acceptable attire. Appropriate denim is permitted in the Clubhouse and Grille Room when appropriate. Torn, ragged denim, or cut-offs, are not acceptable anywhere on Club premises. Men may not wear hats on the first floor of the Clubhouse.

Bathing suits, cover ups, t-shirts, flip flops and shower sandals are only permitted at the Pool only.

Golf Attire & Information

Nashua Country Club is a family-style country club, which values its approach to golf. As a result, we ask that all members and their guests adhere to our expectations for behavior and dress. Pace of play is very important at Nashua; and as such, a round of golf should always be completed in 4 hours or less.

Men: Collared shirts and golf specific shorts of Bermuda length or slacks are required. Hats must be worn with visor forward. Denim of any kind or cargo shorts are prohibited.

Women: Golf appropriate shirts with sleeves or a collar and pants/slacks or Bermuda style shorts and skorts.

Denim of any kind or cargo shorts are prohibited.

Tennis Attire

Players are required to wear tennis sneakers. Proper attire for men include collared shirts or short sleeves. No cut offs, short shorts, tank tops or bathing suits are permitted.

Cell Phone and Electronics Protocol

We ask that you kindly turn all phone ringers off when on Club property. The use of cell phones is permitted only in the privacy of one’s car, in the Club parking areas, Clubhouse lobby, locker rooms or any unocuppied area. Please use discretion while using smart phones or texting as not to disturb other Members and their guests.