Applicant will be notified of acceptance and date of membership initiation.
The following information represents the young executive member initiation fee, dues, for both single and family memberships, and other rules and regulations that pertain to membership at NAGA.
Initiation Fee: $10,5000
Payment Options: 2 annual payments of $5,000 each; or 4 quarterly payments of $2,500 each
The initiation fee, in either in full or an initial payment, is due once the letter of acceptance is signed and returned.
Payment Option: If the initiation fee is not paid in full, a new member may pay the initiation fee in two or four installments. Two payments of $5,000 may be made over two years. The first installment is due when accepted as a member and the second payment is due on the same date the following year. The other option is to make four consecutive, quarterly payments of $2,500, with the initial payment submitted with the membership acceptence. Payments must be paid within thirty days of receiving the statement. Failure to pay within thirty days may result in suspension or termination of membership privileges. Initiation fees, in whole or partial, are non-refundable and the member does not gain equity in the association.
Conditions: Young executive membership is only available to individuals between the ages of 22 to 35. Upon the member’s 36th birthday, young executive members move to the civilian membership category and monthly dues increase to the current civilian rate. If they have any outstanding initiation payments, they must pay the remaining balance at that time.
Dependent Eligibility: Children of members may be carried on their parent’s membership until they reach the age of twenty-five so long as the parent member pays the family membership fee. When the child reaches the age of twenty-five they may no longer be carried on their parent’s membership.
Guest Privileges: Members are permitted to introduce up to three guests per visit. However, the following restrictions apply:
- Members must accompany their guests.
- A guest may only be introduced to the club once in a calendar month. It is the responsibility of the member to make sure their guest has not played at the course during that month.