R o d o s g o l f c l u b
Article One – General
1: Name and Object.
of the club is “RODOS GOLF CLUB” (the “Club”) with
business address Xanthou 40, 85103 Afandou, Rodos,
Greece. The object of the Club is to provide
recreational and social activities among its members.
2: Interpretation of Standards.
With respect to all questions of interpretation and
construction of the Standards, the decision of the Board
of Directors shall be final and conclusive. The
Standards are an integral part of the membership
application submitted to the Club, and the applicant is
expected to read and understand the Standards before
submitting his or her application.
The Standards may be amended or altered or rescinded and
new or additional sections adopted by the majority vote
at any regular meeting of the Board of Directors at
which a quorum is present.
4: Fiscal year.
The fiscal year of the Club commences on the first day
of Januar. The Club reports its operations on a fiscal
year basis ending December 31st to the Board
of Directors. All dues are payable annually in advance
by the first of October each year.
The Club shall not be liable or responsible for the loss
or damage to or destruction of the property of any
property of the Club which is damaged or removed by a
member or by any person for whom that members is
responsible, shall be paid for by that member upon
written demand by the Club.
Article Two – Membership
1: Inclusion in Memberships.
A membership can be held by only one (1) individual.
Corporate memberships must be assigned to one (1) and
only one (1) corporate officer. This individual shall
have the full rights, privileges and equity associated
2: Application of Membership.
Persons desiring to acquire membership in the Club shall
apply for same in accordance with the following
Applications for membership shall be made on forms
supplied by the Club. The membership fee shall be
established by the Board of Directors. Application for
memberships shall be accompanied by payment of the full
amount, as in effect at that time. This payment made in
connection with a membership application shall be
credited against the applicable membership fee if the
applicant is approved, or refunded if the application is
Any applicant shall be deemed, by virtue of the
submission of a membership application, to have verified
and confirmed the truth and completeness of the
information contained therein and shall promptly notify
the Club, in writing, of any changes in such information
which occur or are discovered during the pendency of the
It shall be a continuing condition to a Club membership
that the application was true and complete when made and
remained true and complete at all times prior to the
The Board of Directors may appoint a membership
committee as provided herein, but the Board of Directors
shall at all times have the power to make the final
determination as to the acceptance for membership.
The Board of Directors, or its duly appointed membership
committee, shall meet as often as it deems necessary,
but no less frequently than semi-annually, to review
membership applications. All information contained in
applications for membership, all supplemental
information submitted or obtained in connection
therewith and all deliberations as to such application
shall be held in the strictest confidence except (1) to
the extend reasonable necessary to verify same, (2) in
connection with imposition of sanctions in regard to the
falsity or incompleteness thereof, or (3) as provided in
Subsection 2.6 below.
No acceptance or rejection of application shall be
binding upon the Club unless in writing and signed by a
member of the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors may, but shall not be required
to, post the name of an applicant for membership in the
Club and solicit comments on same. Such comments shall
be made and held in the strictest confidence.
All members selected for membership will be given a one
(1) year probationary status, said period to begin upon
acceptance for membership.
3: Membership Responsibility.
Each member shall be subject to
these Standards and the rules and
regulations of the Club, as currently adopted
and as amended from time to time. Compliance with these
Standards and rules and regulations shall be considered
an integral part of membership responsibility.
The resignation of any member shall be tendered to the
Board of Directors over the signature of the resigning
member and is effective immediately.
5: Nontransferability of Memberships.
No membership shall be transferable or assignable or
pledged or encumbered in any manner, and any attempt to
do so shall be null and void automatically and shall be
subject the offending member to the sanctions provided
for in these Standards of Membership. The foregoing not
withstanding, corporations may transfer the membership
privileges from one corporate officer to another.
6: Dress Code.
The object of the Club is to be one of the premier golf
clubs in the country. All members and guests must dress
to reflect this high standard. Gentlemen (and boys) are
required to wear slacks or golf shorts (i.e., Bermuda
shorts cut just above the knee). Jeans will not be
permitted. Ladies (and girls) must also adhere to high
standard and their wearing apparel shall be suitable for
a club of this stature (i.e., no short shorts, tennis
outfits, short skirts, halter tops, tank tops, etc. in
the clubhouse or on the golf course).
7: Dissolution of Memberships.
The Board of Directors reserves the right to dissolve
any membership immediately, if a member conflicts with
these Standards and the rules and regulations of the
Article Three – Committees
The Board of Directors may, by majority vote, create
such standing and special advisory committees of the
Club as it may deem appropriate from time to time.
2: Limitations on Committees.
No committee shall make any expenditure or incur any
obligation on behalf of the Club except with the
approval of the Board of Directors. Moreover, the
committees of the Club shall serve only to advise and
assist the Board of Directors and its officers and shall
not exercise any independent powers except those
delegated to them, if any, by the Board of Directors in
accordance with Article Four of these Standards of