By becoming a member of the Beaconsfield Golf Club you will be joining a premier private club on the island of Montreal. The Club is located in Pointe-Claire, Qc near the shore of Lac St-Louis in the West Island, a short drive from downtown Montreal. On its original site since its inception in 1904, the Club boasts a century old tradition of love for the game, camaraderie and an active social life. The course layout is traditional yet challenging for golfers of all abilities. It was redesigned by Stanley Thompson, the world-renowned Canadian golf architect.
For further information please contact our club manager Jim Cadieux via firstname.lastname@example.org or at 514-695-2661, ext. 105.
Election of Members:
Every Candidate for any class of membership shall be proposed and seconded by two (2) members and supported by a letter of recommendation by four (4) other members, all of whom personally know the candidate well. Every candidate shall also be made known to two Directors.
As soon as practicable after candidates have been selected by the Board, the members shall be notified by mail of the names of the candidates. The Board shall, after considering every communication made to any Director and after such time as they shall deem advisable, vote by ballot on the candidates whose names appear in such notice.
All Non-Resident, Intermediate, Junior, Associate and Board nominated memberships have limited privileges that are determined by the Board of Directors.
When quotas for specific categories of membership are full, a waiting list is set up and applicants are notified as vacancies occur.
Applications for Intermediate, and Junior members are made annually, as these categories are subject to Board approval and are elected for one year only. These members must reapply annually for re-election.
Entrance Fees and Annual Dues:
All membership categories may be subject to an entrance fee as is set from time to time by the Board of Directors. Details on this may be obtained from the Club office.
All members, excluding Honorary, are subject to annual dues as set by the Board for each membership category. The annual dues must be paid in the manner as prescribed by the Board. Currently, dues are payable 50% by February 28th, the balance no later than April 30th.
In the event that the annual dues or any installment thereof remain unpaid for a period of thirty days, the Board may cancel a membership unless, in its opinion, circumstances justify delay or other action.