Squire Creek Membership
The Club currently offers Resident Golf, Non-Resident Golf, Corporate Golf, Social Sports, and Social Dining Memberships.
Description of Membership and Privileges
Each person who acquires a membership will be entitled to use the Club Facilities in accordance with his or her category of membership. The Membership privileges currently associated with each category of membership are as follows:
Resident Golf Members will be entitled to use all of the golf, social and sports facilities of the Club. Resident Golf Members will not be required to pay green’s fees for use of the golf facilities but will be required to pay golf cart fees.
Junior Golf Members will be entitled to use all of the golf, social and sports facilities of the Club. Junior Golf Members will not be required to pay greens fees for use of the golf facilities but will be required to pay golf cart fees. The Junior Membership must be converted to a Resident Golf Membership upon the Junior Member’s 35th birthday. The Junior Member must pay the difference in the initiation deposit for the Junior Membership previously paid and the Resident Golf Membership initiation deposit at the time of joining to convert the Junior Membership to a Resident Golf Membership.
Social Sports Members will be entitled to use all of the tennis, swimming, and health and fitness facilities of the Club, as well as the social facilities of the Clubhouse. Social Sports Members will not be entitled to use the golf facilities of the Club, except as the guest of a Golf Member.
Social Dining Members will be entitled to use social and dining facilities of the Clubhouse only. Dining Members are not entitled to use the golf, sports, swimming, or health and fitness facilities of the Club, except as the guest of a Golf or Social Sports Member, and they must pay all appropriate fees.
Non-Resident Golf Members will have the same privileges as Resident Golf Members. Non-Resident Golf Members will pay a discounted initiation deposit and a discounted rate of monthly dues. Non-Resident Golf Members must have a principal residence and principal place of business located outside a 40-mile radius from the Club. There are currently three levels of Non-Resident Memberships.
Corporate Memberships shall be classified as Resident Golf and Non-Resident Golf and shall be issued in the name of a corporation, partnership or other form of legally recognized entity. Each Corporate Membership will permit the entity to designate a minimum of three individuals as “Designated Members” who each shall be entitled to the rights and privileges of a Resident Golf Member or Non-Resident Golf Member depending on the type of corporate membership. Each designee must be an officer, director, member, or employee of the entity and be approved for membership. The entity may change designee at any time upon the payment of a re-designation fee in an amount to be determined by the Club. An initiation deposit will be required for each designee. Designees of a Resident Corporate Membership will not count against the maximum number of Resident Golf Memberships permitted by this Membership Plan. The corporate entity shall be liable for all charges incurred by its designees.