Guest Information

Army Navy Country Club is delighted to welcome you to the Club as an invited guest of a Member. Please take a moment to read the following important Club policies and guidelines before your visit to the Club.

Location

Army Navy Country Club has two separate campuses, each with a Clubhouse and 27 holes of golf, among other facilities. Please make sure that you are visiting the correct campus for your event.

Arlington Campus:
1700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, Virginia, 22202

Fairfax Campus:
3315 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, Virginia, 22030

Dress Code

Wearing headgear in either Clubhouse is not permitted.

Arlington Clubhouse

Dress codes for private events are at the discretion of the event’s host, but the minimum standard is “casual attire.” Casual attire is defined as any attire other than crop tops, athletic tank tops, and flip-flops. Service uniforms are permitted. Uniform of the day is considered casual attire.

Ground Floor and First Floor

Casual attire and above, including appropriate sports attire and uniforms of the day, are permitted. Denim that is free of rips, holes, or tears is permitted.

A la Carte Level (Second Floor)

Grille and 1924

Casual attire and above, including appropriate sports attire and uniforms of the day, are permitted. Denim that is free of rips, holes, or tears is permitted.

Sun Room and Eisenhower Lounge

Business casual and above. Business casual is defined as a shirt with a collar, slacks, and a coat for the men, and a blouse or sweater with slacks, skirt, or similar for the ladies. Jackets may be removed on the terrace.

Fairfax Clubhouse

Dress codes for private events are at the discretion of the event’s host, but the minimum standard is “casual attire.” Casual attire is defined as any attire other than crop tops, athletic tank tops, and flip-flops. Service uniforms are permitted. Uniform of the day is considered casual attire. Bathing suits are not permitted in any public area of the Clubhouse.

Golf

Army Navy Country Club is a “soft spikes only” facility. All golfers are expected to dress in a manner that reflects the decorum of current or traditional golf attire when using any of the Club’s golf facilities. Clothing items such as athletic or tennis attire are not appropriate golf attire. Caps should be worn face forward whenever it is appropriate to wear a hat.

For gentlemen, collared shirts should be tucked in. Knitted or banded collars must be at least 1” wide. For ladies, it is not required that shirts be tucked in, but bare mid-riffs should not be visible before, during, or after a swing. Junior golfers are expected to observe the same dress code policy as adults.

Tennis

Tennis-appropriate attire and non-marking, tennis specific shoes are required when using any of the Club’s tennis facilities.

During the Outdoor Season (approximately April through October), all persons using the Outdoor Tennis Courts will dress in white attire. White attire is defined as completely white clothing with less than 15% colored trim and logos. Non-white warm-up apparel, including sweaters and caps, may be worn at any time.

During the Indoor Season (approximately November through March), colored attire may be worn at all times on the Outdoor Courts.

Cell Phone Policy

Cell phones are permitted only in certain areas at the Club. In the Arlington Clubhouse, cell phones are only permitted in the main lobby area and in the hallways. In the Fairfax Clubhouse, cell phones are permitted in the main lobby on the lower level. Please be courteous to other Members and their guests by keeping audio levels to a minimum.

If you are attending a private event in either Clubhouse, cell phone usage in the private function space is at the discretion of the event’s host.

Smoking Policy

Smoking is not permitted in either Clubhouse.