About Us

North Ranch Country Club was originally developed in 1977, and was purchased in 1990 from Prudential to become a member-owned Club. We are a 27-hole facility with three separate nines: the Valley, Oaks and Lakes courses. Our 12 lighted tennis courts provide year round camaraderie and fitness, and we have an unbelievable social calendar than takes in all types of lifestyles throughout the year.


Dress Code

The following dress code has been adopted by the Board of Directors. The standards are extremely important to the Club and have been established to complement the overall experience at the Club by members. Club management and staff reserve the right to determine when attire meets the dress code and have the right to refuse any member or guest the right to use the Club due to inappropriate attire or violation of the dress code.
Members are responsible for informing their guests of the dress code and ensuring that their guests are in compliance with the Club Policies


  • General
    • Denim can be worn in all common areas of the Club, except for the tennis courts, golf course and practice areas (as of July 2011). North Ranch Country Club dress denim is defined as denim worn as slacks (includes capri pants). Dress denim must be in good condition without holes, rips or frays. Baggy and “low-riding” pant styles are not permitted. Acid-washed denim, handwritten messages, pictures, inappropriate messages, and visible undergarments or midriffs are not allowed.

      • Proper shoes must be worn at all times. Flat rubber thongs and beach type shoes are not permitted.
      • No one may change clothes or shoes other than in the locker rooms.
      • Men and boys are to remove their hats when entering all dining areas, but specifically while dining. (Exception: Men’s Lounge)
      • Men’s collared shirts are required.
      • Men and boys shall wear golf shirts tucked in with collars and sleeves. Shorts should be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee.
      • Casual full button down shirts with finished hems are permitted to be worn out. Full button dress shirts, designed to worn out can be worn out.
      • Men’s and boys mock turtleneck shirts are permitted.
      • Tennis attire is permitted in the Oak Leaf Lounge until 4 p.m. with the exception of men’s or boy’s non-collared tennis T-shirts.
      • Tennis attire is permitted in the outside terrace dining area.
      • Golf or tennis equipment is not allowed in any dining areas.
      • Tank or halter-type tops, tops with spaghetti straps (except for formal wear) and bare midriffs are not permitted.
      • Collared shirts are not required for women and girls.
      • Cargo pants or shorts are not allowed.
      • Sweats or sweat outfits are not allowed at night for dining.
  • Oak Leaf Lounge and Oak Dining Room
      • Denim is permitted and exercise apparel is not permitted. Casual attire is permitted (no jacket or tie required). Men, women, and children are permitted to wear shorts. Shoes must be worn at all times. Flat rubber thongs and beach-type shoes are not permitted.
      • Men and boys: Casual full button-down shirts with finished hems are permitted to be worn out. Full button dress shirts, designed to worn out can be worn out.
      • Shorts should be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee.
      • Women and girls shall wear slacks, or shorts or skirts no shorter than 4 inches above the knee. Tank or halter-type tops, tops with spaghetti straps (except for formal wear) and bare midriffs are not permitted. Collared shirts are not required for women and girls.
      • Men and boys are to remove their hats when entering all dining areas, but specifically while dining.
      • Men’s collared shirts are required.
  • Golf Areas
      • Men and boys must wear shirts tucked in with collars and sleeves. Golf shorts should not be shorter than 4 inches above the knee. Denim is not permitted in all golf areas.
      • Women and girls shall wear appropriate country club golf attire.  Shorts, skirts, skorts and dresses must be “golf styled or golf specific.” Tops can be collarless or sleeveless, but not both. Tank or halter type tops, tops with spaghetti straps or bare midriffs are not permitted.  Denim, tennis attire or workout clothes are also not permitted.
      • Shoes with metal spikes are not permitted on the golf course or in the clubhouse. Other golf footwear is subject to the approval of the golf professional.
      • Spectators following a match or tournament must wear shoes that will not cause damage to the course.
  • Tennis Courts
      • Non-marking tennis shoes must be worn at all times.
      • Denim is allowed except on the tennis courts. No exercise apparel including leggings, bicycle shorts, sports bras or other tops which expose the midriff. Appropriate tennis undergarments must be worn.
      • Men and boys’ tennis shirts with collars or tennis motif tee shirts are acceptable. Non-tennis motif tee shirts are not allowed, and tank tops for men and boys are not permitted.


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North Ranch Country Club      4761 Valley Spring Dr.      Westlake Village, CA 91362      805-496-1995
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