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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

The Case for Mandatory Club Fees

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        The May issue of our free monthly newsletter, Home On The Course, will be emailed in the next few days. Some of the best golf communities in the Southeast require that when you buy a property inside the gates, you join the club. It's an obligation that, when times are good, can go down as easy as a mai tai on the back deck. But at other times, such as the housing recession that lasted from 2008 to 2012, such fees caused a lot of heartache -- and some surprising bargains for those willing to take on the obligation today. (You will read about $1 lots for sale in top Low Country golf communities.)
        In the May issue, we also offer a selection of North Carolina semi-private golf clubs inside the gates of nice golf communities. Some do not even charge an initiation fee. We offer a selection on the coast and inland in the Tarheel State.
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Larry Gavrich

This blog was conceived and is published by me, Larry Gavrich, a former corporate communications executive who founded HomeOnTheCourse, LLC, in 2005.  Our firm advises baby boomers and others seeking a lifestyle in which golf is a major component.  My wife Connie and I own a home in Connecticut (not on a golf course) and a condo at Pawleys Plantation in Pawleys Island, SC, on a Jack Nicklaus layout.  We began our search for our home on the course more than 15 years ago, and the challenges of the search inspired me to research golf communities and write objective reviews of them.