Resident Members shall be elected from persons who are at least forty-one years of age and live within a radius of ninety miles from the Club (hereinafter called the "residential area") or are employed or have a place of business within said area.
Resident Household Membership provides use of all Club facilities for the Member, a spouse and their unmarried children under 23.
Resident Single Membership provides use of all Club facilities for the Member and use of the Clubhouse and athletic facilities, excluding golf, for a spouse and unmarried children under 23.Request Information
Associate Membership provides use of the Club facilities for the Member, a spouse and their unmarried children under 23. Associate Members shall be elected from persons eligible to Resident Membership who is under forty-one years of age. On the first day of the month following the date when an Associate Member shall reach forty-one years of age, an Associate Member must elect to be transferred to a class of Membership to which eligible or resign from the Club.Request Information
Restaurant Minimum and Service Charge:
Based on our fiscal year of September 1st through August 31st, there is an annual restaurant minimum purchase requirement of $750. The Club automatically adds a 20% service charge to each bill. The restaurant minimum will be prorated from the time that Membership commences up to April 1st (e.g., assuming an April 1st membership, the restaurant minimum would be $312.50). Unused restaurant minimums will be billed to the Membership account.
Significant Other Policy:
Privileges to use the golf and house facilities are extended to an individual nominated by a Member to be a “significant other” of the Member, conditioned upon the qualification set forth below and the payment of the annual fee as hereafter provided. In order to qualify, the Member and “significant other” must both be unmarried. The Member may only designate one “significant other” per fiscal year. All purchases made and charges incurred by the “significant other” shall be the sole responsibility of the Member. Unless the children of the “significant other” cohabit with the Member, neither they nor relatives of the “significant other” shall have independent rights to use the golf or house facilities, but may be treated as “guests” of the Member subject to limitations specified in the By-Laws and House Rules.
Resigned Members within the previous 12 months can apply for reinstatement and upon approval may be reinstated at the level of Membership they held upon resignation. Consistent with our policy, they will, however, be obligated to pay back dues for the months they were resigned.
Please provide two references to be reviewed by the Membership Committee and Board of Governors. The references are to be listed on your Membership Nomination Profile (member application form).
Credit Card for Past Due Accounts:
All new members must maintain a current credit card account on file at Yahnundasis.plastiq.com. Should your account become delinquent, the Club shall have the right to bill such past-due amount to the credit card. Autopay Enrollment is available for easy settlement of account on the 10th of each month.
For questions regarding the above described Membership Classifications, please feel free to contact the Club at (315) 732-6123.