Membership Inquiry

Membership

We would like to invite you to explore the opportunities of Membership at the Highland Golf & Country Club

We are a private membership, nonprofit corporation founded in 1919 to promote and enjoy golf, tennis, swimming and the education programs associated with those sports. Highland was the first country club in the area to offer fine dining and superior hospitality.

Today, Highland continues to be a private association of members whose principal interest is the enjoyment of a superlative lifestyle in the comfort and security of their Club. The Club is a leader  in the game of golf in the state of Indiana. In 1995, Highland hosted the State Amateur Tournament. Our 18-hole course is considered to be one of the finest in the state. 

 

Membership Classifications


Golf Class A
A Golf Membership Class A entitles members to full use of all facilities including the golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool, and clubhouse.  This includes Stockholding, Voting, Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Dining. 

Golf Class B
The Golf Membership Class B entitles members to full use of all facilities including the golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool, and clubhouse. This class does not include ownership of stock or voting power.

Junior Golf Class E
The Junior Golf Membership is the same as full Golf Membership with the exception of being a non-stockholding membership. This membership category is limited to persons between the ages of 30-34 years. This includes Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Dining.

The Junior Golf Membership is the same as full Golf Membership with the exception of being a non-stockholding membership. This membership category is limited to persons between the ages of 35-39 years.  

Junior Associate Golf Class ES
The Junior Associate Golf Membership is the same as full Golf Membership with the exception of being a non-stockholding membership. This membership category is limited to persons under 30 years of age.  This includes Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Dining. 

Corporate Class CR
Corporate Membership is a non-stockholding, non-voting membership available to corporations of good financial standing.    Corporate Memberships are entitled to all privileges of the Club for one (1) designated officer or principal representative of the corporation (spouse and children included).  The maximum of four (4) CR memberships per corporation is permitted. The designation of the individual may be changed within the Corporation for a transfer fee and the new transfer must be approved by the Membership Committee.  Class CR Membership entitles you to Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Dining.

Social Class D
Social Members have access to the tennis facilities, swimming pool, and clubhouse. Social Members may play golf four times per year, green fees and certain restrictions apply. This includes Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Dining.

Executive Dining Class X
The Executive Dining Members will have access to dine with us during the year.

Nonresident Class G
Any person who is not a legal resident of the state of Indiana may be a class G Member. Class G Members are not stockholders and have no voting power. Class G Members are entitled to all of the privileges available to Class A Members (except voting). The dues for Class G Members shall be one half of the dues payable by Class A Members. The food and beverage minimum for Class G Members shall be one half of the food and beverage minimum for Class A Members. Any operating or capital assessment for Class G Members, as determined by the Board of Directors, shall be one half of the operating or capital assessment for Class A Members.

Class NM: Nation Members.
Any person who does not maintain a home or place of abode or place of business in Marion County, Indiana, or any immediately adjoining county may be a class NM Member. Class NM Members are not stockholders and have no voting power. Class NM Members are entitled to all privileges of the Club available to all Class A Members (except voting) and except Class NM Members must pay greens fees for the use of the golf course at the then prevailing rates. Class NM Members shall not be subject to any food and beverage minimum or operating or capital assessment. The Annual Dues for Class NM Members shall be determined by the Board of Directors annually and shall be payable in a lump sum on or before April 1 of each year.