Club Without Real Estate
A group of at least 10 individual players operating in a limited geographic area,
running a named club guided by written by-laws and committees to supervise golf
activities, where the players have a reasonable and regular opportunity to play
golf with each other and scores are posted personally.
Applications must include a copy of your club's by-laws and a name / address roster
of your players.
Click here to view Sample By-Laws.
New members must agree to provisions of USGA By-Laws before application process
Click here to view By-Laws.
To Join: Please Call Customer Service at (800) 246-7967
A Word About Handicapping
If a golf club plans on offering its members a USGA Handicap Index™, there are specific
requirements established by the USGA. The club must establish a handicap committee
and elect a handicap chairman who is able to meet an educational requirement. The
club itself must also undergo a license procedure.
It is recommended that the handicap chairman complete the educational seminar and
test before the club applies for a license.