When visiting the Clubhouse, appropriate Country Club casual attire is expected.
MEN - Acceptable attire generally means golf or business slacks and collared shirts.
Tailored button down dress shirts are not required to be tucked in, but golf/polo
shirts must be tucked in at all times. Mock turtleneck collars are acceptable.
Casual dress shoes and loafers are required.
WOMEN - Acceptable attire generally means nice pants, dress capris, skirts and dress
shorts, dresses, tailored shirts, blouses and sweaters. Women's shirts or blouses
may be worn out if the respective item of clothing was designed for outside wear.
Club appropriate denim is allowed in the Club dining areas, and is defined as high
quality jean pants that are not torn, frayed, dirty or ill fitting. Jeans that are
too tight, too loose, in disrepair or adorned with words or pictures that may be
offensive to others are not considered appropriate attire. Denim is not considered
appropriate golf attire.
Men are required to remove their hats and/or visors when inside the Clubhouse, Oak
Room Bar and Lounge. Men may wear their hats in the Men's Grill and the Locker Room
areas. Hats may be worn anywhere outdoors (bills forward) including the Patio Dining
Area and the Patio Bar.
It is inappropriate to wear the following attire anywhere on WHCC premises: clothing
that is frayed, torn or otherwise in a state of disrepair, drawstring type pants,
jogging suits, jump suits, bicycle or short shorts, sweatpants and spandex body
We want children to enjoy the club pool but, in the interest of safety, there are
specific rules for children. Children under 9 years of age are not permitted in the
pool or swimming pool area without parental or adult supervision. Children unable to
swim one length of the pool in good form must have adult supervision at all times
and are not permitted in the deep-end unless an adult is in the deep-end with them.
For children under 9 years of age, adequate adult supervision means no more than 4
children for 1 adult.
Children who are not toilet trained should wear swim diapers when they are using the
pool and should have frequent diaper changes. Children of all ages should be made to
take frequent restroom breaks. The Baby Pool is available for infants who are not
yet toilet trained. The Center for Disease Control recommends that anyone
(regardless of age) who has been experiencing "digestive difficulties," should not
use the pool at all.
Drinks and a limited selection of snacks are served at the pool snack bar. Visitors
to the pool are permitted to bring in food so long as it is confined to the pool
deck. All beverages must be purchased from WHCC. In the interest of safety, china,
glassware and other breakables are not permitted in the pool area. Food is not
permitted in or near the pool itself. Beverages in plastic cups or mugs may be taken
into the pool so long as they are not spilled.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult in order to use either
the Men's or Women's Locker Room facilities. Children have access to the children's
bathroom and changing room without need for an adult.
In accordance with Ohio Law, smoking IS NOT permitted in any of the Club's indoor
spaces including dining areas, locker rooms, bar/lounges, offices, storage
rooms/buildings, maintenance buildings, bag storage, golf shop, cart barn, pool
buildings, etc. Outdoors, smoking IS NOT permitted in the Patio Dining Area, the
Patio Bar, or in the staging areas for golf carts outside the entrance to the Oak
Room Bar. Smoking IS permitted on the Golf Course and on the outdoor Smoker's Patio.
There shall be no ashtrays or accommodations made for smoking in prohibited areas.
The use of e-cigarettes and vaping inhalers is prohibited in all of the Club's indoor
spaces with the exception of the Men's and Ladies Locker Rooms. It is also permitted
in the Men's Grill, except when that space is being used for a special event or as
the Family Game Room. E-cigarettes and vaping inhalers are permitted to be used
anywhere outdoors, except the Patio Dining Area.