It can be daunting to find the perfect private golf experience that fits your requirements personally, professionally, and of course financially. Choosing between equity and non-equity clubs is where the ball lies, so to speak, and we have the information you need right here to assist you in making the choice that's right for you.Let's break down the differences between equity and non-equity to help you make your decision..
The equity membership structure is typically defined as one in which the member is theoretically an "owner" of the club. Members are responsible for electing a Board of Directors to run the club. Members are also financially liable for the club and making sure it turns a profit.
The non-equity membership is when the club is privately owned and maintained, but is operated by hired professionals and supported in part by fixed membership dues. There are no surprise financial ramifications with a non-equity membership.
Blue Bell Country Club (BBCC) stands out as one of the top-rated non-equity golf clubs in the Philadelphia area. Located in beautiful Montgomery County, the club is privately owned by Hansen Properties and boasts an 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature golf course, which is one of only three layouts designed by "The King" in the area.