Greg Norman Affiliation Overseas

 The Norman Passport – Reciprocal Club Member Arrangements

“Reciprocals” refers to an agreement between private, members-only country clubs to allow their members to play one another’s golf courses on an arranged basis.  Not every private golf club has reciprocals with other private golf clubs, but at Settlers Run Golf and Country Club, we have implemented reciprocal agreements as a bonus for members, a value-added perk.














 Key Points of the Overseas agreement;

A Host Club within a 200km radius of a Home Club will receive the same terms & conditions as set out in the agreement with the exception of:

  • The agreement allows member’s access to the Host Club with the same playing rights, privileges and courtesy as bestowed by the Home Club member.
  • Visiting members to the Host Club will not be charged a green fee.
  • All visiting members are entitled to make use of the facilities at the Host Club valid 7 days a week, subject to availability at the time of the booking.
  • Visiting Members are allowed up to two (2) visits per calendar year at any one participating Club. Additional rounds of golf above 2 will be charged at the applicable Visitor rate.
  • Visiting Members are allowed to introduce a maximum of one (1) guest subject to the Host Club Member Guest introduction policy and the prior arrangement with the Host Club Management
  • The fees for guests of a visiting Member will be charged at the advertised rate at the time.
  • Visiting members are to settle all expenses incurred when visiting the Host Club, inclusive of Food & Beverage, Golf shop purchases. Purchases do not include any Host Club Member discount and must be settled by Cash or by credit cards accepted at the host Club.
  • A Letter of introduction from the Home Club to the Host Club needs to be provided at the time of registration. (Do not contact the Host Club directly for your booking)

 Reciprocal Clubs within a 200Km radius – Overseas Clubs  



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