Why should I join Country Club of the North?
Country Club of the North will offer you a premier Jack Nicklaus Signature Design golf course with an unprecedented golf experience. The service and amenities will exceed what most Members expect from other country clubs. Members will find a sporting and sociable atmosphere with a challenging golf course. Our golf, social, fitness, swimming, and tennis programs are entertaining and conducted in the highest quality. There are no facility fees for use of rooms.
What else will the club offer me as a Member?
As a Member, you can expect to enjoy the same benefits you would see at many private golf facilities. Country Club of the North will offer an inviting schedule of Member events. Our PGA Professional Staff will offer golf instruction, golf game scheduling and formatting, club fitting and handicapping as part of their service. Country Club of the North, a member of the Ohio Golf Association and Miami Valley Golf Association, offers the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of golf events.
What types of Memberships does the club offer?
The club offers Gold, Corporate, Patriot, National, Senior, Junior, Junior Champions, and Social membership plans.
Do I have to be a member to play the golf course?
Yes. Country Club of the North is a private country club so you must be a Golf Member or sponsored by a Member to play the course.
Do you have to be a Member to book a party or function?
No. We welcome non-members and their guests for special events such as bridal and baby showers, birthday and retirement parties, business seminars, rehearsal dinners, wedding ceremonies, and receptions. For additional information on special events at Country Club of the North, please see our Catering and Events page or email our Director of Sales, Lisa Renshaw a firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are some of the amenities?
Our clubhouse is 44,000 square feet of well-appointed, contemporary style. Based in a prestigious setting by the Little Miami River, the club borders a natural preservation area and has beautiful scenic views.
We have a 24-hour Fitness Facility that houses exercise equipment, lockers, and cabana with food & beverage service that fronts an outdoor heated pool. We also have two tennis courts with Har-Tru clay surfaces and a large golf Practice Facility including practice range, putting green, and short game area.
Our Men's and our Ladies' Locker Rooms have individual showers and plenty of room to relax and socialize. Our Food & Beverage department includes a turnstand, men's grille, and club dining. Our Club and Holiday events are well attended and cherished. We have live entertainment and fine fare for our Member dining events.
Is there an extra charge for a golf Member to use the Practice Facility, meeting rooms, lockers, handicap service, bag drop, bag storage, or tennis court fees?
No. Unlike many clubs in the area, our club is full-service, and all of these amenities (and more!) are included in your Membership.
How do I become a member of Country Club of the North?
CCN is always interested in accepting new Members and growing our Club. We are happy to arrange a tour and provide you any information you need. Once you know more about our Club and are ready to join, we ask you to fill out an application for Membership available at our clubhouse. The Club runs background checks on prospective Members as a Member value. When you decide to join CCN, we can often process your application in one day and you can have a Member account and privileges the next day! Please contact us at (937) 374-5000 for more information or to schedule a tour.
Is there a Food Minimum?
All Members, except National and Junior Champions, are responsible for Food & Beverage Minimums. Members meet the minimums quarterly and it is a nominal amount of $63 per month ($189 per quarter). We need for all of our Members to be using and supporting the Club by patronizing the restaurant and lounge. The minimums are easily met by enjoying the Club for lunch or dinner every once in a while. All food and alcoholic beverages count toward meeting the minimum levels, as do Member-hosted events.