a) REGULAR. Regular members shall be the joint owners of and control the Association and its property. The rights of a Regular member shall be subject to the Bylaws of the Association. They shall have voting rights and the right to hold elective office. 

b) COMPANY. Any partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or similar legal entity (other than a trust) may have a primary Company membership with a designated individual as the designated member upon application of such designated member and his/her acceptance by the Association. The designated primary individual shall have the right to vote and hold office. The primary member shall be a director, officer or executive of the company andmust provide written documentation of position held in the company, Up to three (3) additional designees may be made by the company with no additional entrance fee. The number of additional designees allowed is subject to change by the Board of Directors. Additional designees must be an officer, director, executive or employee of the company and must provide written documentation of the position held in the company. Additional designees do not have the right to vote or hold office. Additional designees may be Junior Executives (Under the age of 40) or if over 40 years of age full Company dues paying members. When the Junior Executive reaches the age of 40 the dues automatically increase to full Company dues. Applications for additional designees must be accepted by the Association. No primary or additional designees may downgrade on a Company membership. The company shall have the authority to designate the original appointed primary member with the authority to change the appointed primary member from time to time. Any change of the primary member by the company shall be considered for membership as herein provided and upon payment of a transfer fee. Such primary individual designated as the Company member shall be subject to dues, levies, assessments, and other obligations the same as a Regular member. The additional designees to the Company membership shall be subject to dues, levies, and assessments.

c) ASSOCIATE. As of January 1, 2007, no new members shall be admitted in the “Associate” classification. All those members holding Associate status on that date shall, so long as they remain otherwise members in good standing, retain their Associate status and shall hold all privileges of regular members, except they shall not have any right, title or interest in the property of the Association.

d) JUNIOR EXECUTIVE.
After January 1, 2007, Junior Executive Members shall be between the ages of 21 and 39 years inclusive and may upon application be accepted for Junior Executive Membership. Such members will be entitled to all privileges of a Regular member except they shall have only 1/2 vote and they shall not hold elective office nor shall they have any right, title or interest in the property of the Association. Upon reaching the age of 40 a Junior Executive member must become a Regular member. All those members holding either Relative or Intermediate membership as of January 1, 2007 shall retain all rights and privileges such members held prior to the enactment of this section (d). 

(e) SPECIAL ADMISSIONS FOR RELATIVES. The son, step son, daughter or step daughter of a Regular member upon reaching the age of 21 and before reaching the age of 40 may, upon application, become a Relative Junior Executive without payment of any entrance fee whatsoever, but shall pay the same dues as a Junior Executive member. Such members will be entitled to all privileges of a Regular member except they shall have only 1/2 vote and they shall not hold elective office nor shall they have any right, title or interest in the property of the Association. Upon reaching the age of 40 a Junior Executive member must become a Regular member.

(f) SOCIAL. Social members shall have all the privileges of the use of the clubhouse, food and beverage facilities, and swimming pool. They shall not vote or hold elective office. They shall have no rights or interest in the property of the Association. They shall not be allowed the use of the pool, tennis courts or golf course, even as a guest of other classes of members except in an established mixed club social or tournament event approved by the Board of Directors and, in such event, the Social member must pay the regular guest fee. They shall be allowed to receive lessons from the club’s golf or tennis professionals, and in such event the Social member must pay a surcharge determined by the Board. Children of Social members are not permitted to participate in the Junior Golf Program.

g) SOCIAL SPORTS. Social Sports members shall have all the privileges of the use of the clubhouse, any food and beverage facilities, tennis courts and swimming pool. They shall not vote or hold elective office. They shall have no rights or interest in the property of the Association. Social Sports members shall be allowed the privilege of using the golf courses three (3) times a calendar year, per family, without the payment of guest fees. Social Sports members may not play in club tournaments except as the Board may otherwise authorize. Social Sports members exercising this privilege may bring a guest at the regular guest fee rate. They shall be allowed to receive lessons from the club's golf or tennis professionals, and in such event the Social Sports member must pay a surcharge determined by the Board. Children of Social Sports members are not permitted to participate in the Junior Golf Program.