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With about 180 members divided evenly between swim-only, golf-only and full memberships, the Ann Arbor Country Club welcomes everyone from active families to business members and their associates. The pool and clubhouse were both renovated in 2001 to better meet members’ needs.
Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day, the club’s competition length pool has a diving well and space for lap and recreational swimming, plus a zero-entry area that gives young non-swimmers a place to enjoy the water – safe from deep water but right next to the big pool. At the height of the summer the pool’s open from 10 a.m.-dusk, with at least two (and often several more) lifeguards on-site.
The club sponsors a very competitive swim team, the Ann Arbor Country Club Dolphins, which competes in the Washtenaw Interclub Swim Conference. The clubhouse has showers and changing rooms, and the snack bar is situated close to the pool and to the golf course’s fist tee. It’s got your basic hamburgers, hot dogs and wraps, but snack bar diners can also order from the dining room menu and enjoy their meal poolside.
Introductory memberships (2008 rates) run $1,800 for swim-only, $2,800 for golf-only and $3,800 for a full membership. After the introductory year, members buy an equity share of the club for $2,800 (which can be paid over six years) monthly dues are $205 individual/$260 family for a swim membership, $299/$393 for golf only and $325/$431 for full membership. Junior members (households with at least one adult 35 or under) get a 40 percent discount on dues. Tennis privileges are part of the swim and full memberships. There’s also a business membership, which lets an equity member add up to four business associates at $100 each, plus monthly dues.
The club started offering neighborhood dining memberships in 2008 and quickly accumulated more than 200 dining members who, for a $20 annual fee, can eat in the dining room or snack bar and pay by cash or Visa. The clubhouse can handle groups of anywhere from 20-170 and sees everything from birthday parties and wedding receptions tobusiness retreats and fundraisers. The pool’s also available for private parties. You don’t have to be a member to rent the facilities, but rentals do have to be approved by the board, so it helps to have a sponsor.
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