We are pleased to offer reciprocity to Florida Council of Yacht Club Members. We offer dining, fitness, pool and dockage privileges. We always looks forward to meeting fellow FCYC members!
Our Club Member’s families are always welcome, and enjoy the same membership privileges as the Member. Some restrictions do apply, so please contact the Club to find out the finer details.
Royal Palm offers a variety of great dining experiences and options.
Golf ClubhouseDue to the Golf Club undergoing renovation, there is only beverage service available in this building.
Dress Code Rules & Regulations
|Harbor Grille||RP Casual|
|Commodore Room||RP Casual|
|1959 ||RP Refined|
|Fahrenheit||As defined by Club event promotion|
|The Chart Room||As defined by Club event promotion|
|19th Hole (closed)||RP Casual|
|Palm Room||RP Casual|
|Snead Room (closed) ||RP Casual|
|The Office||RP Casual|
Members are expected to exercise good judgment with regards to appropriate attire. Members are responsible for their guest’s adherence to the Dress Code. The Club’s Dress Code is mandatory and Members and guests will be denied access and/or service if improperly attired. If a Member is in doubt concerning proper attire policies, check with the Club Manager on duty. Dress standards may be waived from time to time to accommodate a special activity or function and will be published along with the event notice to Members.
Royal Palm Casual
Men: Collared shirts or appropriate sweater, slacks, golf shorts or croquet attire (please see Rules 2.4 and 2.6), denim (without tears, tatters or frays). Tee shirts, sandals (including flip flops), and hats for men are restricted to the outside dining areas.
Women: Appropriate blouse or sweater, dresses, skirts, slacks, proper golf or croquet attire, denim (without tears, tatters or frays).
Royal Palm Refined
Jackets, collared shirts and slacks for the gentlemen. Denim (without tears, tatters or frays) is permissible. Shorts are not acceptable. Appropriate comparable dress attire for ladies.
The Dress Code applies to children 13 years of age and older. Parents are responsible for the proper attire of children under the age of 13.
The following attire is never acceptable in the Country Club, Yacht Club or Golf Course (with the exception of the locker rooms to change).
Unacceptable Attire in Buildings: Cut-off or frayed denim, revealing shorts, crop tops, tank tops for men. Men should remove hats when entering indoor facilities of the Club.
Unacceptable Attire for Indoor Dining Areas: Includes the above, as well as: sweatpants, basketball (knee length nylon) shorts, t-shirts, workout shorts and baggy cargo shorts with protruding outside pockets (not flat stitched to the material).
Croquet Dress Code
Players must wear proper croquet attire during tournament play, which is defined as flat rubber sole shoes and croquet whites. During non-tournament or casual play events, colored shirts with collar are permissible.
Fitness Dress Code
Members and guests must wear appropriate fitness or exercise apparel and footwear. Cut-off shirts and shorts are not permitted. Exposed and/or wet swimsuits, sandals, street shoes and denim are not permitted in the exercise room. When entering the Fitness Center from the pool, bathing suit cover-ups and shoes must be worn.
Golf Dress Code
Men: Shirts with collars and sleeves (mock necks are acceptable), slacks, golf shorts (no cargo pants or cargo shorts). Shirts must be tucked in and hats, if worn, must be facing forward.
Women: Dresses, skorts, skirts, slacks, golf shorts and blouses. Golf shirts may be sleeved or sleeveless with a collar or sleeved without a collar.
Unacceptable Attire: Athletic shorts, crop tops, tee shirts, sweat pants, denim, tank tops, cargo pants and cargo shorts.
Shoes: Appropriate golf shoes with non-metallic spikes (soft spikes) or appropriate soft-sole shoes are required on the golf course and practice areas.
This Dress Code is mandatory for all players and applies to both the golf course and practice facilities. Improperly dressed golfers will be asked to change before playing. If you are in doubt concerning your attire, please check with the Golf Shop before starting play. Any misuse or disregard of these rules may result in the suspension of golf privileges.
Tennis Dress Code
Acceptable attire is limited to customary tennis shorts, warm-up suits, sweaters and tennis shoes. Any Royal Palm logo shirt or competitive brand tennis shirts is acceptable. Collared shirts are preferred. Swimwear, non-tennis tee shirts, running, fitness, or other athletic apparel or footwear is not permitted. Tennis attire and shoes are required at all times for Members and guests.
Unacceptable Attire:Swimwear, non-tennis tee shirts, running, fitness, biking clothing and any footwear other than tennis shoes are prohibited.
Marina Dress Code
Members, crew and service personnel must be appropriately attired at all times.
Swimming Pool Dress Code
Appropriate swim attire. No thongs or revealing suits. When entering any Club building or outside dining area, bathing suit cover-ups and shoes must be worn.
Privilege limitations apply to Guests regardless of the hosting Member. The hosting Member must provide the full name of each Guest for use of golf, tennis, fitness, card rooms and croquet. There are no dining privilege limitations for accompanied guests.
Members are responsible for their guests’ behavior and adherence to Club rules, regulations and policies, including dress code and cell phone policies.
The term “Membership” includes the Member, Spouse (Designated User) and children under the age of 24 residing with the Member. All other individuals are “Guests” as defined in 3.1
Out of Town Family Guests visiting for a temporary/limited period of time will be issued Guest Cards.
Local Family Guest
Parents, grandparents, children (other than those included in “Membership” as defined), grandchildren, siblings and in-laws (parents/siblings) who reside within Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade or Martin Counties.
Those individuals residing in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade or Martin Counties.
Out of Town Family Guest
Parents, grandparents, children (other than those included in “Membership” as defined), grandchildren, siblings and in-laws (parents/siblings) who reside outside of Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade or Martin Counties and are visiting on a temporary basis.
Out of Town Guest
Those individuals who reside outside of Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade or Martin Counties and is visiting on a temporary basis.
The hosting Member must accompany Local Family Guests, Local Guests, and Out of Town Guests at all times. Members are responsible for the conduct of their guests and for guest fees as well as all related charges. Guests are expected to conduct themselves in a similar manner as Members as well as adhering to all Club Rules, Regulations and Policies.
Out of Town Family Guests may be unaccompanied, but must have in their possession a Guest Card acquired by the hosting Member. Guest Cards may be obtained at Reception, the Membership Office or the Fitness Center and are the responsibility of the hosting Member.
A single Member with no Designated User may bring an unrelated guest without paying fees, limited to one visit per month.
Local Family Guest
An accompanied Local Family Guest may use golf, tennis, fitness and croquet no more than twice a month from November 1 - May 31, not to exceed 14 times aggregate in a calendar year.
Out of Town Family Guest
For out of town family guest, a “Guest Card” may be issued for the duration of a stay up to 14 days. The Guest Card may be renewed upon request. Guest Card privileges shall not exceed 30 days aggregate in a calendar year. Out of town family guests May be unaccompanied.
An accompanied Local Guest may use golf, tennis, fitness and croquet no more than once a month from November 1 – May 31. In any event local guest privileges are not to exceed 12 times aggregate in a calendar year.
Out of Town Guest
An accompanied Out of Town Guest may use golf, tennis, fitness and croquet no more than 14 times from November 1 – May 31. In any event out of town guest privileges are not to exceed 20 times aggregate in a calendar year.