To join the Idaho Falls Country Club, one must complete the membership application furnished to the prospective member. The prospective member shall present the completed application accompanied by the prospective initiation fee and first month’s dues to the membership director. An Acceptance Notification will be issued after the application is approved. The applicant will be granted temporary membership until the IFCC Board of Directors reviews the application.
Equity Membership: This class of membership is entitled to all clubhouse, golf course, and ground privileges. These members shall have a proprietary interest in the club. These members shall have the right to vote at all membership meetings, to hold office (either spouse, if married), and if on termination of the affairs and liquidation of the properties and assets of the club to participate equally with all other members of this class in good standing in the distribution of the properties and assets. If the non-equity member accepts the privileges granted by the board, it shall be on condition of the member’s payment of fees, dues, charges, and assessments as the board establishes. The equity classes of membership are as follows:
Family: An equity membership shall exist for families. A family membership shall include both spouses, as well as all dependent children. Dependents are defined as natural or adopted children, not married, under the age of 21. In addition, dependents shall include any child that is a full-time student, under the age of 25 who is listed as a dependent on the member parent’s tax return.
Single: An equity membership shall exist for single persons. This member must be single, as provided by Idaho law. A married person shall not be allowed a single membership.
Junior: An equity membership shall exist for junior families and singles. Junior membership is the same as a family or single membership, except neither spouse may have reached their 36th birthday. When either spouse reaches the age of thirty-six (36), the junior membership shall convert, automatically, to a family or single equity membership, and subsequent monthly dues will be charged accordingly. There shall be no additional initiation fee due for this conversion to family or single membership.
Corporate: An equity membership shall exist for corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, or other legal entities (herein company). A company may own more than one corporate membership. The company will have the right to designate an individual(s) who may use the membership. The company shall own the corporate membership, not the designated individual or family. The designated individual or family may be changed from time to time, at the company’s discretion, subject to board approval. There shall be no transfer fee for such change in designation. Since a corporate membership is an existing membership, such transfers are not subject to any waiting list. All voting rights and payment duties shall belong to the person designated to use the corporate membership. Corporate designated members (whether new or transferred) are subject to the same approval criteria as are other equity members. Granting of corporate membership and approval of any designated users are subject to the approval of the board. If the corporate designee’s employment is terminated, that designee may apply for an equity membership. Such application must occur no later than sixty (60) days after the last day of employment by the company. The terminated designee shall be required to pay the then current initiation fee. Alternatively, and with the written consent of the company, the designee may convert and transfer the corporate membership to a family or single equity member without a transfer fee.
Non-equity Membership: This class of membership is entitled to all clubhouse, golf course, tennis court, and ground privileges. These members shall not have a proprietary interest in the club. These members shall not have a right to vote at the club meetings. If the non-equity member accepts the privileges granted by the board, it shall be on condition of the member’s payment of fees, dues, charges, and assessments as the board establishes. The non-equity classes of membership are as follows:
Social Membership: A non-equity social membership shall exist. This class of membership is entitled only to the privileges extended to the use of the clubhouse, its facilities, and the golf course three times a year. A social member may serve at the pleasure of the president or committee chairman on any committee pertinent to rights and privileges of such class.
Honorary Membership: A non-equity honorary membership shall exist. The board may elect for life, or lesser-designated period, honorary club members. An honorary member may or may not be an existing or former club member. The board shall elect such person(s) when the board shall determine that such person rendered extraordinary service to the club or is otherwise a distinguished citizen. The board may extend the privileges of the club for three (3) months, on such terms as the board determines. The board may extend, in its discretion, the privileges granted. Other than as an equity member, an honorary member shall not vote, hold office, or acquire any right, title, or interest in and to the property of the club.
Becoming a member of the Idaho Falls Country Club is an investment in yourself, your family, and your future. The benefits are countless and the experiences will stay with you for a lifetime. At the Idaho Falls Country Club, you are more than a member; you are part of our family.
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