Tag Archives: COVID19

Is Now the Time for Clubs to Restructure?

The full or partial shutdown of Club facilities and services may be an opportune time to consider restructuring, repositioning or enhancing the membership program before the Club reopens fully. Consideration may be given to: Mandatory membership or community membership, Membership categories, privileges and services, Membership joining fee refundability, Membership transfer options, and Family privileges, including … Continue Reading

Impact of COVID-19 Shutdown on Club Dues

Most golf and social clubs have either shut down or curtailed operations in response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis.  Some members are requesting dues abatement or reductions.  We have been in communication with representatives of 29 clubs regarding whether they have abated or reduced dues or offered some type of financial accommodation.  As … Continue Reading

Club Annual Meetings in Time of COVID-19

Many clubs are required to hold their annual member meetings this Spring when health experts are asking everyone to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people. In some areas, state and local governments are banning such gatherings or anything other than essential activities. Boards are faced with the dilemma of complying with bylaws requirements or … Continue Reading
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