How much are dues?
For 2021, Swim and Tennis membership dues are $900 or $75 per month. Tennis only dues are $600 or $50 per month.
How much is the common membership unit?
The common membership unit is one-time $1000 fee. This is not an initiation fee, but a unit share of the club that can be sold with your home if you were to move or, when the club reaches certain milestones, may have the ability to be sold to another member on our waiting list. This also allows you to have voting rights in all major club decisions.
Do you have a payment plan?
Yes! Your membership dues may be set up to be automatically drafted from your bank account at no additional charge. Your charges may be drafted in equal monthly installments over the remainder of the calendar year. All dues must be paid in full by the December 31 since we are a calendar year membership. The $1000 common unit fee is due at sign-up and cannot be charged monthly.
Is the common unit fee an annual cost to be a member?
No. The membership unit fee is a one-time cost to the member to support capital improvements of the club.
Is the common unit fee refundable?
Not currently, but it may be under certain conditions in the future. It will be able to be sold when the club meets certain thresholds per our operating agreement
Is the common unit transferable?
Yes, but at this time only under one condition. If the member sells their primary residence, the common unit is transferable to the buyer of your home.
Do I have to own a common unit to be a member?
Yes. All members in good standing must own a common unit to pay dues and use the club.
What are your guest fees?
Our guest fees are $5 per person, per day, for Swim and Tennis when accompanied by a member. Nanny passes can be purchased for $75, and allow the nanny unlimited calendar year facility visits when accompanied by the member child only. If an adult member is present with a nanny normal guest fees apply.
Total guest visits per year are limited to 6 per person for swim and 12 for tennis, regardless of if the guest accompanies multiple members.
Do you have social events?
Yes! We have a fun, family-oriented social calendar throughout the year.
Can I bring a cooler to the pool?
Yes. Although we encourage members to purchase concessions from grill, members are allowed to bring their own food and beverages. No glass or breakable ceramic containers are allowed on the pool deck or tennis facility.
Is alcohol allowed or sold at the facility?
The club offers a brown-bag policy for alcoholic beverages (bring your own) and we ask members enjoy beverages responsibly. Please use koozies or cups/containers to discretely cover your beverages. Do not bring glass onto the facility or the pool deck.
Do you have a swim team?
Yes. All member children who can swim 1 lap of the pool are encouraged to participate on our swim team. We swim 5 dual meets each summer and participate in the Greensboro CSA city championship in the Greensboro Aquatic Center. There is also preseason swim offered at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
If your child can’t swim a full lap, we offer the Chirps Developmental Swim Team or private swim lessons via the swim team coaches.
Do you have tennis leagues?
Yes. The club sponsors women’s teams in different divisions of the Gate City tennis league, USTA, and is growing our men’s program
Do you have a tennis pro?
Yes. Tennis 360 manages our member tennis program and is led by Derek Gamble. They offer tennis instruction and programs year-round and numerous clinic opportunities for members of all ages and abilities.
Do you have a youth tennis program?
Yes. Our youth tennis instructors offer clinics and lessons year-round. Our club participates in the Greensboro youth inter-club league.
Do I have to be a golf club member to use the club?
No. Membership in our club is not affiliated with The Cardinal by Pete Dye (McConnell Golf). The club was purchased by the members in the fall of 2017.