YOUR NEW NETWORK OF CLUBS:
Some of golf’s greatest destinations in Orlando, San Diego, Phoenix, and Boca Raton have joined the Private Club Network (PCN). Over 200 private country clubs are now members. This means you’re able to play golf at any of these clubs on a space available basis for a standard PCN member fee of $25, $50, $75, $100, $125, $150, $175, $200, $225, or $250 per player.
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
When Pine Island joined the Private Club Network each member was automatically enrolled in the PCN. We encourage you to go online to privateclubnetwork.com and login as a member by clicking the MEMBER LOGIN button found on the front page. To create an account click on the member registration link and follow the prompts.
Once you are logged in you will be able to view the portfolio of participating clubs, review your new benefits and guidelines, and request a tee time.
MAKING A TEE TIME:
All Private Club Network tee times must be made through the Private Club Network website or our customer service center. Members may not contact the host club directly to request tee times. Members have the ability to bring guests at club rates. Most clubs accept tee time requests 2-7 days in advance.
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Small group golf specific exercise training classes are offered to help members improve their golf swing strength, motion and flexibility. Look below for more information on the various membership levels they offer. Please visit their website for hours and contact information or download the brochure.
Members will be responsible for monthly dues, paid directly to Mountain Island Fitness.
Personal training, nutrition consultations, fitness assessments, smoothie bar, wi-fi, locker rental, child care, saunas in locker room, massage therapy (including hot stone massage)
While all golfers like to play various courses the primary purpose of these reciprocal arrangements is to give members options when their home course is hosting an outside/non-member outing/tournament, the course is undergoing maintenance issues (aerifying greens, changing-over or rebuilding greens, etc.) or play on the home course is restricted due to a club event (member-guest for example).