Membership Options

Full Family Membership

  • Full Family memberships are limited to families as defined by Article 3-Section 4 of the By-laws-Full Family Memberships are limited to spouses, financially interdependent couples living in the same household, and all single dependents under the age of twenty-three (23) living in that same household.  A financially interdependent couple is a couple that can provide proof of one or more of the following:  (1) joint mortgage/lease or other evidence of a common residence for at least six (6) months; (2) a join bank/savings/checking/credit card account; (3) designation of each other as primary beneficiary in a will, life insurance policy or retirement plan.
  • Full Family memberships apply to single parent with single dependents under age 23, living in the same household.
  • Full Family members have access to all club facilities.
  • Full Family members are entitled to one vote per membership and may hold elected office.

Full Single Membership

  • Full Single memberships apply only to the individual member, and do NOT include any children.
  • Guests may attend scheduled social events, dances, and visit the lounge.
  • Single members are limited to one adult (in county) guest per social event.
  • The guest must be accompanied by the member.
  • Members must pay any fees and purchases made by the guest.
  • Full Single members are entitled to one vote per membership and may hold elected office.

Social Membership

  • Social memberships are limited to an individual or any of the following: individuals with spouses, financially interdependent couples living in the same household, and all single dependents under the age of twenty-three (23) living in that same household.  A financially interdependent couple is a couple that can provide proof of one or more of the following: (1) joint mortgage/lease or other evidence of a common residence for a at least six (6) months; (2) a joint bank/savings/checking/credit card account; (3) designation of each other as primary beneficiary in a will, life insurance policy, or retirement plan.
  • Social members are entitled to use the clubhouse, swimming pool and tennis court.
  • Social members may use the golf course a total of three times a year by paying green fees.  Participation in any club tournament does not count against the three permitted times.
  • Social members are are entitled to one (1) vote per membership and may not hold elected office.

Young Adult Membership

  • Young Adult memberships are limited to an individual or any of the following: individuals with spouses, financially interdependent couples living in the same household, and all single dependents under the age of twenty-three (23) living in that same household.  A financially interdependent couple is a couple that can provide proof of one or more of the following: (1) joint mortgage/lease or other evidence of a common residence for a at least six (6) months; (2) a joint bank/savings/checking/credit card account; (3) designation of each other as primary beneficiary in a will, life insurance policy, or retirement plan.
  • Young Adult members have access to all club facilities.
  • Young Adult members must be thirty-two (32) years of age or younger as of January 1.
  • Young Adult members are entitled to one (1) vote per membership and may not hold elected office.

Contiguous County

  • Contiguous County Memberships are limited to members residing in the following counties: Graves, Henry (TN), Marshall, Stewart (TN), Trigg, or Weakley (TN). Contiguous County Members are entitled to the use of all club facilities.
  • Contiguous memberships meet the definition of individual or couple as defined in Article 3-Section 4 of current by-laws.
  • Out-of-Area members are entitled to the use of all Club facilities.
  • Contiguous County Members are not granted voting rights and may not hold elected office.

Out-of-Area Membership

  • Applicants who live in a county OTHER THAN Calloway, Graves, Marshall, Trigg, Stewart, Henry or Weakley may join as Out-of- Area members.
  • Out-of-Area memberships meet the definition of individual or couple as defined in Article 3-Section 4 of current by-laws.
  • Out-of-Area members are entitled to the use of all Club facilities.
  • Out-of-Area members may not vote or hold elective office.

Privileged Memberships

  • Privileged memberships are those memberships which the Board of Directors may approve for individuals of families that should be granted special status, but such membership shall never exceed 15% of the total memberships.  They are not granted voting rights nor can they hold elective office.

Below are the most recent Newsletters as put out by our President:

Our current membership list:

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