Guests



Biltmore Forest Country Club is proud of its history and traditions and therefore we place a great deal of importance on maintaining appropriate attire and proper etiquette at all times. The club is a place where ladies and gentlemen gather and therefore dress codes have been established for various activities and areas of the Club and are listed below. Members are responsible for insuring that their guests follow dress code policies.

We hope you have a wonderful experience while visiting our club. For additional questions, please call the Front Desk at 828-274-1261.

  • Cell Phone Policy
    • Biltmore Forest Country Club allows a limited use of cell phones. Cell phones may be used to make or receive calls in the bedrooms, in your car, and in the Men's and Women's Locker rooms. Non-verbal use of cell phones and tablets is allowed in all other areas of the club.
  • Smoking Policy
    • Smoking of cigarettes/cigars and vaping is permitted only by the scoreboard at No. 11 and while playing golf on the golf course. Smoking and vaping is prohibited in all buildings. 
  • Dress Code
    • In the Main Dining Room and the Club Room, shorts, blue jean pants, blue jean jackets, and flip-flops are not permitted. Men are expected to wear jackets and collared shirts that are tucked in after 6:00 p.m. (Exceptions are noted below.) Certain club events may also require the wearing of ties, i.e. Introductory Parties for new Member candidates. The Club maintains a supply of jackets and ties for use by guests. Please see the front desk if needed.

      In the Terrace Room, and on the Terrace, casual attire (but not metal spikes, tennis wear, swim wear, blue jean pants, blue jean jackets, or flip-flops) is acceptable until 6:00 p.m., after which men are expected to wear jackets and collared shirts except for Sunday Casual nights. (Other exceptions are noted below).

      In the Grill Room and Jake’s Bar, except when private or Club parties are in progress, casual attire (including soft spikes) is permitted at all times, with the exception of collarless shirts, blue jean pants, blue jean jackets, swim wear and flip-flops. Gentlemen must have their shirts tucked in.

      On the golf course, Members and their guests are expected not to wear short shorts, cut-offs, tennis wear, gym wear, swim wear, mesh shirts, halter tops, tube tops, men’s tee shirts without collars, untucked shirts, blue jean pants, blue jean jackets, or any type of shoes which can damage the greens, such as ripple soles, gym shoes, or street shoes. If shorts are worn, they should be no shorter than Bermuda length for men and Jamaica length for women. Clothing and shoe changes should be made at home or in the locker room - not from the trunk of an automobile or in a golf cart.

      On the tennis courts, tennis type attire and flat soled shoes are expected. Hats and visors are permitted and must be worn with the bill forward.

      Swim wear is acceptable only at the swimming pool or when the swimmer is en route to or from the car park area or to or from the locker rooms. Adult swimmers should wear beach jackets when returning to the main clubhouse locker rooms or car park area. No blue jean pants or blue jean jackets are allowed at the pool. When sitting on the patio facing the golf course, adults and children ages four and above are required to wear a shirt and shorts or a cover-up that extends to the knee.

      Men should not wear hats anywhere under the Club roof. Gentlemen must have their shirts tucked in.

      Golf dress, including soft spikes, is acceptable in the locker rooms, the grill room, the golf pro shop and the men’s card room.

      Children under sixteen are permitted reasonable deviation from some of the dress standards. Those sixteen and above are expected to dress as adults. They are not permitted to wear blue jean pants or blue jean jackets.

      Occasionally, Club-sponsored tournaments may require that the participants congregate on the Terrace or in the Main Club Room while still in golf or tennis wear. However, spikes should not be worn in the Club Room or the Terrace Room at any time.

  • Unmanned Aerial System (Drone) Policy
    • Unmanned Aerial System (Drone) Policy

      Due to safety and privacy concerns, BFCC prohibits the operation of unmanned aerial systems, or drones, on or above BFCC grounds at any time. This includes model aircraft by recreational users and hobbyists — without the prior written authorization from the General Manager.

      This prohibition includes drones used for filming or videotaping, as well as any drone used by media or journalists operating above or within BFCC area boundaries. This prohibition extends to any devices launched or operated from BFCC, as well as any launched from private property outside of BFCC.

      Any authorized operation of drones on or above BFCC will be governed by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations, local law enforcement and/or U.S. Forest Service rules. BFCC retains rights to any images and videos obtained by drones operating from BFCC and may implement additional policies governing their use.

      Any violation of this policy may result in any/all of the following: suspension of access privileges to BFCC and confiscation of any prohibited equipment. Violators may also be subject to primary liability for damages; including, but not limited to, damages for trespass, violations of privacy and physical injuries to people and/or property, as well as legal defense costs.

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