Question: What is the difference between a mandatory equity country club and non-mandatory country club?
Answer: If you live in a mandatory Boca Raton country club, you must become a member of that club and pay the annual dues and be subject to assessments and other miscellaneous charges. The Club at Boca Pointe is one of the few successful clubs that is non-mandatory as well as have non-equity memberships. The Club at Boca Pointe offers a Premier Membership for a minimum of three months and you can add golf or tennis to the basic club membership.
Question: What if I don’t play golf or tennis and I move into a mandatory club?
Answer: In many mandatory Boca Raton golf clubs, you automatically pay dues for tennis and golf whether or not you play that sport. The Club at Boca Pointe is unique in the sense that it allows its members to define their own lifestyle by choosing a Premier membership level that suites their lifestyle. Club or social is the basic with golf and tennis available but not mandatory.
Question: I am renting in South Florida for the winter months and I enjoy playing golf on a private golf course. Where can I do that?
Answer: By definition, you must live on property to participate in activities at a mandatory country club. The Club at Boca Pointe has a program where you do not have to leave at Boca Pointe to play there. You can live anywhere and buy a Premier membership at Boca Pointe for the number of months you are in South Florida with a three-month minimum. You can also buy an annual golf membership as long as you do not live at Boca Pointe.
Question: I am single and cannot afford country club living. Where can I go?
Answer: The Club at Boca Pointe is home to several hundred single people who have forged new lives and friendships. The Club at Boca Pointe has many programs that singles can participate in ranging from special mingles where singles can meet other singles to an active social calendar led by the club’s social director.