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Tours are paused for the season and will resume April 2022. Please note, most of the Club remains winterized until mid-May.
Do I have to live in the Georgetown neighborhood to be a member?
No, we have members from all over Washtenaw County and beyond.
When does annual membership start and stop? Is this based on when I join?
Annual memberships start April 1 and conclude March 31 every year, regardless of when you join the Club. First-time members may join anytime during the season if space allows. Memberships are accepted on a rolling admission basis as spots are available. Memberships must be renewed before March 31 or they expire.
What do you mean by “trial” membership status?
Trial membership status allows prospective members to “test” the Georgetown Country Club experience while deferring the $1,500 member initiation fee for one year. Trial memberships are available in all membership categories outlined above.
Trial memberships are a one-time-only perk per household per lifetime and are not available to previous members. Trial memberships expire at the same time as all other memberships on March 31. After use of the trial membership, prospective members must convert to equity status to continue Club privileges.
What does “equity” membership status mean?
As a member-owned club, equity membership status means that you’re a partial owner. A one-time member initiation fee of $1,500 is required to convert to equity status. This initiation fee is payable in one lump sum or annual installments over 2-3 years, in conjunction with your annual membership dues.
Once the initiation fee is paid in full, it is not charged again unless you fail to pay annual dues and allow your membership to lapse. If you have extended travel plans or other obligations, our absentee membership will hold your status as an equity member for one year, preserving your initiation fee.
In addition to access to the Club’s facilities, programs, and events, equity status grants voting rights, board privileges, and the opportunity to participate in various committees to help drive the vision, mission, and general programming of our Club.
When are membership renewals due?
Our annual membership renewal deadline is March 31. A $75 late fee is applied to accounts that renew after the March 31 deadline during the 2 week grace period. However, during this grace period your membership space could be given to a waitlist member.
What happens if my membership expires?
The annual renewal deadline is March 31. There is a 2-week grace period, but a $75 late fee is applied to accounts that renew after the March 31 deadline. During the grace period your membership space may be given to a waitlist member.
After the grace period a membership expires. In the event a membership expires, all applicable fees will be assessed to renew the membership which includes repayment of the $1,500 member initiation fee and any outstanding payments on the account. You may also be required to join the waitlist if we hit our maximum membership.
As a member, can I bring guests?
Yes, members are highly encouraged to bring guests during applicable hours and dates (some restrictions apply). Guest passes are available for purchase online or at the Club for $7.00 each. Each guest is limited to 5 visits per season.
Guest passes are for use when adult members are present or with members that are over the age of 11 based on the Club’s pool age requirements. For liability purposes, guest passes are not substitutes for care giver passes.
Are there tee times for the golf course?
Yes, tee times are highly encouraged and can be made online or by calling our Pro Shop at 734-971-5500. The course is semi-private and closes for leagues and events periodically so planning ahead is recommended.
Can my caregiver or babysitter bring my children to the facilities?
Yes, a seasonal caregiver pass may be purchased by parents or guardians who would like their children to utilize the Club when in the care of a babysitter or other caregiver.
The caregiver pass holder may not visit the facility when the parent/guardian is present or when not caring for the children. This pass can be purchased online or at the Club for $50/season.
Is there a food minimum in addition to membership fees?
No, we do not have an on-site restaurant and therefore do not have food minimum fees in addition to the already mentioned membership fees. Members can bring their own food and beverages to the Club but must adhere to designated eating areas. The Club also provides several gas and charcoal grills for member use during the summer season.
Can I bring my own food to the Club?
Members can bring their own food and beverages to the Club but must adhere to designated eating areas. The Club also provides several gas and charcoal grills for member use during the summer season.
Please note: due to COVID restrictions, the grills may be stowed for the season and picnic areas may be closed for dining.
What does the Snack Shack offer?
During a typical non-COVID season, our Snack Shack (located in the pool complex), typically offers pizza, ice cream, a variety of beverages, and miscellaneous sundries.
What payment types does the Club accept?
The club accepts credit cards, checks, and cash payments.
What is the “refer a member” program?
Referrals are the most effective way to expand our membership community, which in turn strengthens friendships and maintains revenue for general operations and improvements.
Members who refer a new member that completes the equity membership process (full equity payment required) receive $100 in Club credit!