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  • What is the dress code?
    Clubhouse: Grill Room, Golf and tennis attire for both men and women. T-shirts, sweatpants, tank tops, and cutoffs are not allowed. A collared shirt is required for gentlemen. Shower clogs are not allowed in any area of the clubhouse and swimsuits may not be worn inside the clubhouse. Veranda, Azalea, Palm and Egret Rooms: Men – Collared shirts with dress shorts or slacks – sports coats are optional Women – Capris, skirts, dresses, dress slacks, blouses, and sweaters Jeans are not acceptable Golf: Women – Shorts that are mid-thigh. Slacks and shirts with or without collars are acceptable. No jeans, cutoffs, tennis attire or tank tops. Gentlemen – Shorts that are mid-thigh or slacks. Collared and mock turtle neck shirts are suitable, provided they have sleeves. No jeans, sweat suits, tank tops, tennis short or other athletic shorts. Gentleman may not wear hats or caps inside the clubhouse. All guests must adhere to the dress code. It is the responsibility of the club member to inform their guest(s) of the dress code.
  • What are your course rules?
    Carts must remain OFF Grass and on paths on each hole until going BETWEEN the Entry Gates with 1 stripe Carts must LEAVE Grass and go to the path BETWEEN the Exit Gates with 2 stripes (Handicap flags issued by Professional Staff only with a doctor’s note) Cart Path only on all Par 3’s PACE OF PLAY regardless of group size will be 3 hours and 30 minutes to 3 hours and 55 minutes. All golfers will tee off the hole designated at their starting times for that day unless directed otherwise by Professional Staff. Proper GOLF ATTIRE is required on the course and practice areas. Men’s shirts must be TUCKED IN, ball caps must be worn forward. Divots in fairways and rough must be filled with divot sand Ball marks on the green must be repaired ***The golf professional staff has full authority to remove players from the property who refuse to follow the club policies.
  • How do I become a member?
    An application must be signed and submitted to our sales director and approved by our general manager and membership committee. Contact us to get started!
  • Whom should I contact with other membership questions or for a tour of the Club?
    Please contact General Manager, Dave Taylor, at or call 941-792-1600.
  • Who owns and operates Bradenton Country Club?
    BCC is member owned and operated by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is elected by the membership and appoints a General Manager to run the day to day operations of the club.
  • Is the membership an equity membership?
  • Is Bradenton Country Club completely private?
    Yes, BCC is a member owned, private club.
  • Does one membership grant access to my entire family?
    Full and family memberships include your spouse and children under the age of 25 living at home.
  • How many Members does Bradenton Country Club have?
    We have approximately 500 Members, 250 which include golf. Our total capacity of Full Golf Memberships is 300.
  • When do I start paying dues?
    Dues are billed monthly and coincide with the start of your membership.
  • Can I bring guests to the Club?
    Dining: You are always encouraged to bring guests to dine with you or bring them to any of our scheduled, special or annual events. Tennis: You may bring a guest six times annually for a nominal fee. Golf: You may bring a guest six times annually and green fees do apply.
  • Can I upgrade my membership from Social to Full Membership?
    Yes, you can upgrade your membership at any time, by paying the difference in the initiation fee.
  • Do we have a reciprocal list of other country clubs where we have privileges?
    Yes. These vary year to year – please contact our Golf Pro Shop for a current list.
  • What is Bradenton Country Club’s open play policy?
    BCC’s open play policy is a flexible concept intended to allow the maximum use of the golf course for all adults with golf playing privileges.
  • Are reservations required for dinner and special events?
    We always recommend reservations for special events and dining.
  • Do I need to be a member of Bradenton Country Club or be sponsored by a member to have an event?
    No, although Bradenton Country Club is a private club, the dining and banquet rooms are available for non-member events. You do not need member sponsorship to host an event here, and we welcome the opportunity to serve you as a member for the day.
  • Can my company have meetings at Bradenton Country Club?
    Yes, we can accommodate 10 to 250 guests for corporate meetings and/or special events.
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