Why join Stafford Country Club?

As a member of Stafford Country Club, you will be placed among a select group of golfers who know that the right club makes a difference.

Become a part of the long tradition and history of golf at our exceptional club, featuring a Walter J. Travis-designed course, country-side views, and countless amenities.

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Membership Categories

  • Regular Family Member - A Regular Family Member receives all privileges of the club including election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or to the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Regular Individual Member - A Regular Individual Member receives all privileges of the club including election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. These privileges are limited to the named Member exclusively. Clubhouse privileges only are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or to the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Intermediate Member - An Intermediate Member is an associate member who is between 30 through 39 years of age, receives all privileges of the club except election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or to the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required. Upon reaching age 40, an Intermediate Member may become a Regular Member with no additional initiation fee.
  • Junior Member - A Junior Member is an associate member who is 29 years of age or younger, receives all privileges of the club except election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. Participation in some Club activities may be restricted by age as cited elsewhere in this handbook or in NYS law. Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children. Upon reaching age 30, a Junior Member may become an Intermediate Member with no additional initiation fee. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Social Member - A Social Member is an associate member who receives privileges of the clubhouse, swimming pool and tennis courts. Practice facilities are available for an additional fee. The same Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Golf privileges at SCC are limited to rounds of golf on three occasions * with payment of green fees. A Social Member is a Member of SCC, and therefore cannot play golf at SCC as the guest of another member. A Social Member is not permitted to play golf at reciprocal clubs on a reciprocal basis, but may play there as a guest. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required. A Social Member may not be elected to office, vote or hold equity rights in club property.
  • Social With Golf Member - A Social With Golf Member is an associate member who receives privileges of the clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts and practice facilities. The same Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Golf privileges at SCC are limited to rounds of golf on ten (10) occasions, and includes the handicapping system. A Social With Golf Member may not be elected to office, vote or hold equity rights in club property. A Social With Golf Member is a Member of SCC, and therefore cannot play golf at SCC as the guest of another member. A Social With Golf Member is not permitted to play golf at reciprocal clubs on a reciprocal basis, but may play there as a guest. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are requited.
  • Tennis Member - A Tennis Member is an associate member who receives privileges of the tennis courts and clubhouse. The same limited Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or to the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the member. A Tennis Member may not be elected to office, vote or hold equity rights in club property. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Distinguished Senior Membership - A Distinguished Senior Membership is bestowed solely at the discretion and initiative of the Board of Governors in recognition of an individual’s distinguishing contributions to Stafford Country Club, longevity of membership and continued interest in the Club. A distinguished Senior Member receives all privileges of the club except election to office, voting rights and holding equity rights in club property. Golf privileges at SCC are limited to rounds of golf on thirty (30) occasions* with payment of green fees, and includes use of the practice facilities. A Distinguished Senior Member is an associate Member of SCC, therefore cannot play golf as the guest of another member. A Distinguished Senior Member is not permitted to play golf at reciprocal clubs on a reciprocal basis, but may play there as a guest.
  • Special Senior Member - A Special Senior Member is a regular member who is 70 years of age or older, and who has 30 continuous years as a golfing member, receives all privileges of the club including election to office, voting rights and holding equity rights in club property. The same Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or to the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Senior Member - A Senior Member is a Regular member who is 70 years of age or older with 10 continuous years as a golfing member, receives all privileges of the club including election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. A Senior Member who does not have ten continuous years as a member will be an Associate Member, receiving all privileges of the club except election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. The same Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse and the Member’s children through age 24, or to the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Non-Resident Member - A Non-Resident Member is an associate member who receives all the privileges of the club, except election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. This is a member who has been a Regular member in good standing for 10 continuous years immediately preceding application for Non-Resident Membership, and who occupies a permanent residence outside of New York State at least 8 months each year. Club use privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse or the Member’s non-related domestic partner who permanently resides with the Member. Golf privileges at SCC are limited to rounds of golf on fifty (50) occasions* with payment of green fees, and includes use of the practice facilities. A Non-Resident Member is a Member of SCC, and therefore cannot play golf as the guest of another member. A Non-Resident Member is not permitted to play golf at reciprocal clubs on a reciprocal basis, but may play there as a guest. No minimum spending is required, dues and certain fees are required.
  • Special Member - A Special Member is an associate member who is the surviving spouse of a deceased Member of good standing for 10 continuous years. The Special Member receives all privileges of the club except election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. These privileges are limited to the named Member exclusively. Dues, minimum spending and certain fees are required.
  • Honorary Membership - An Honorary Membership is bestowed solely at the discretion and initiative of the Board of Governors in recognition of an individual’s outstanding and unique contributions, or achievements, related to Stafford Country Club or the game of golf. The Honorary Member is an associate member who receives all privileges of a Regular Member except election to office, voting rights, and holding equity rights in club property. No dues or minimum spending are required. The special nature of this honorarium requires 2/3 plus (1) one vote of the Board of Governors.

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