Benefits of Joining a Country Club

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Country clubs aren’t just about sport

Country clubs aren’t just about sport

Unlike sports clubs in Great Britain that are focused on sport (if you join a tennis club, it’s because you want to play tennis), here in America, the focus is on the social – on creating a positive family environment in which everyone can have fun, relax and form the sorts of friendships that last a lifetime. We asked some of the best Country Clubs why people still aspire to join. Here’s what they said:

  1. You will have opportunities to develop lasting friendships in a friendly community where everyone knows your name – The Preserve at Ironhorse, Florida
  2. Are you a budding socialite looking to engage with other like-minded people? Maybe you want to network a bit and make a few business connections. Perhaps you just like to party. Regardless, joining a country club is a great way to address these questions – Northampton Valley Country Club, Philadelphia
  3. Whether it’s the bartender who remembers just how to mix your martini or the valet who calls you by name, the staff at a country club works hard to keep their members happy – Boulder Ridge Country Club, Illinois
  4. You have a voice. Bothered by the limbs of a tree that obstruct a shot from the fairway to the 15th green? You can complain at a public course but it might not do you any good. But at a private club there is a greens committee of members that will pay attention to your complaint, even if they wind up disagreeing with you – Seattle Times
  5. Throughout the year, members can stay busy at the country club. You may find activities for men, women, couples, kids or the whole family. The events may feature entertainment, food and drinks, friendly competitions, and opportunities to get to know other members. Those who enjoy planning events may be able to put their talents to good use by joining the club’s social committee, which takes responsibility for organizing events – St George’s Golf and Country Club, Long Island
  6. Country clubs typically draw people from the nearby community for maximum convenience, helping you connect with your neighbors and form new friendships. With clubs and groups for a wide variety of interests, you’ll be able to find an activity that matches your personality, striking up new friendships with ease – Blackstone Country Club at Vistancia, Arizona
  7. Most private country clubs keep their [golf] course in pristine condition. Playing a course that is in good condition improves your golfing skills, too, as you are playing the way golf was meant to be played, on lush fairways and greens – Sierra View Country Club, California
  8. Members’ children have a wide array of activities available to them throughout the year. Junior Golf, Junior Tennis and ‘Crocs Swim Team’ are only a few of the many activities tailored to our junior members – Hawthorn Woods Country Club, Illinois


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