One Liberty Square
55 Beattie Place
Greenville, SC 29601
Tuesday – Friday: 7:00 AM Until
Breakfast: 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Lunch: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Dinner: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
The Ogletree Dining Room is Currently not open but we are serving all day in the Beattie Bar.
There is ample public parking around the Club to include an adjacent garage.
Male Club Casual
All shirts must have a collar or mock collar.
Dress pants or golf pants permitted.
Traditional dress shorts are permitted. Lounge only.
All hats, visors and caps must be removed.
Cargo pants, cargo shorts, athletic shorts, jean shorts and workout clothes are prohibited.
All shoes must be closed-toe, flip flops are prohibited.
A collared shirt neatly tucked in or appropriately tailored shirt (such as “UNTUCKit” or “Tommy Bahama” styles) may be worn not tucked in.
Female Club Casual
Traditional dress shorts, golf skirts, and skirts must be fingertip length as measured while standing.
Cargo pants, cargo shorts athletic shorts, and sweat clothes (including yoga pants) are prohibited.
Appropriate open toe shoes and sandals are welcome. Flip flops are prohibited.
Special Event Attire
Certain events, when noted, may require male Members, male guests and male children, 16 and older, to wear a jacket and tie. Member parties and functions will specify appropriate attire.
Relaxed Dress Code
The dress code may be relaxed in the case of special parties (e.g., a costume party) or events, but only when the announcement of such events specifies that the dress may vary from the customary policy. Men’s hats may not be worn. Athletic wear, hoodies, long or short cargo pants and spandex are not permitted. Members should inform their guest of proper dress code in advance.
Unless otherwise specified, properly fitted neat denim pants that are not faded, torn, tattered or have holes may be worn in only in the lounge.
Scrubs are not permitted in the Club.
Military and First Responders
We greatly appreciate our service men and women along with our first responders all are welcome in the club in their uniform.