|Becoming a Member|
Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest golf club in the world, dating from 1786. It is proud of its 225 year history and is conscious of its special place in the world of golf. The Society is thriving today and the original 11 founders have developed into an active membership, including men, ladies and juniors, both local and overseas.
Becoming a member is simple. All that is required is that you complete the application form (click here to download), have it signed by a proposer and a seconder (both of whom must be current members of two years standing) and send it to the Membership Secretary.
Adult membership at Crail includes the following benefits:
The adult annual subscription is a modest £336 (in 2012), plus a £50 levy towards the Clubhouse refurbishment fund and the SGU/SLGA fees (currently £11.85/£14). There is also a one-off entry fee of £500, which may be spread over three years, if desired.
Overseas membership can be on an annual basis. Alternatively there is the option of Overseas Life membership; for more information on this click here or contact the Membership Secretary .
Adult overseas membership is available for £112 per annum, plus the £50 levy towards the Clubhouse refurbishment fund and the SGU/SLGA fees. The entry fee is £167.
In this case, the benefits of becoming a member of the 7th oldest golf club in the world are:
Overseas members may also become Full Adult members as above.
Junior membership (up to age 18) is available at £84 per annum and Juvenile (up to age 15) for £48.
Social Membership is £41 per annum. Full Adult and Overseas members may apply for Social Membership on behalf of family members and friends.
Union fees - Ladies (£14.00) / Gentlemen (£11.85)
The levy of £50 is currently being applied to pay for the recent refurbishment of the clubhouse.
*Depending on age