1. Get rich friends
This one seems easy enough. But be careful, you’re not the first bozo to use them for their wealth. Tread lightly and pick up the tab every now and then to throw them off your scent.
2. Scale the fence
When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Barbed wire and metal fencing should be no problem for someone hungry enough to play that perfectly manicured country club. Put on your spidey suit and get to work. *The SCGA is not responsible for YOUR arrest*
3. Stalk the PGA pro
Whether it’s an “accidental” bump in the grocery store to spark conservation or a free round of drinks from across the room, it’s worth a shot. *The SCGA is not responsible for any restraining orders you receive*
4. Take a job on the greens staff
Ready to really commit to the scheme? Join the greens staff and wake up at 5 a.m. every morning for the chance to play after work. That’s dedication, homes.
5. Sell your car
Not really feeling creative? Well, you can just sell your car and buy a membership to the nicest club in the city. A bus pass is only $20 a month after all.
6. Change your name to Thomas Fredrick Bartholomew III
A person with that name should automatically be a member of a country club, no?
7. Act like you’ve been there before
Rent a Ferrari for the day, find yourself a tailored suit, a suave barber and just cruise directly to the first tee. Toss those keys like a slow pitch softball to the valet and strut into that country club like you own the place. Who’s going to stop you?
Or… you could just play in an SCGA Member Outing. These are opportunities to play in non-competitive, championship-quality settings at some of the region’s finest private and public courses, many of which are not often available to the public. Register to play today!