Q: Do I have to live in Hampton Hall to become a golf member of the Club?
A: No, Hampton Hall Club offers Non-Resident classifications of golf memberships for non-property owners.
Q: What is included in the non-resident golf membership?
A: As a non-resident Equity Member you will receive full golf privileges, including 14 day advanced tee time reservations, unlimited use of the practice facilities, voting privileges, full access to all golf clinics, participation in all club tournaments, access to our men’s and ladies' locker facilities, dining privileges at Pete’s Grill and the Community Cluhouse, use of private function rooms, and participation in the men’s and ladies golf societies.
Q: Does Hampton Hall Club offer Reciprocal programs?
A: Hampton Hall offers a summer reciprocal program. As a golf member you will have access to over 16 area private clubs at special reciprocal rates during the summer months.
Q: Do I have to be a Club Member if I live in the community?
A: Yes. All residents of Hampton Hall are required to hold at least a Social Membership, which includes: 14,000 square foot Health and Fitness Club, indoor lap pool, aerobics room, massage and steam rooms, men’s and ladies' lockers, lakeside free form swimming pool with wet deck, 2 lighted tennis courts and 4 Har-Tru Clay tennis courts, as well as a basketball court, children’s playground, and snack bar. Access to the Community Clubhouse with dining facilities that include the Brasserie Restaurant, Tavern Dining, private dining area, library study and billiards room is available to social members. Lunch and Sunday brunch is provided at Pete's Grill in the Golf Clubhouse. There are no dining minimums required.
Q: Do you offer single memberships and family memberships?
A: All of our Memberships are family, including the member, member’s spouse, and their dependent children under the age of 23, either living at home or attending school on a full-time basis. Single memberships are not available.