Membership FAQs

Q: Do I have to live at Brier Creek Country Club to be a Member of the Club?
A: No. Brier Creek Country Club offers many Non-Resident classifications of membership, including Annual Tennis, Sports and Permanent Non-Resident Golf.

Q: Does one Membership grant access to my entire family?
A: Membership includes 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.

Q: Is the initiation fee due up front, or can I defer my payments?
A: Brier Creek Country Club offers deferred payment options for Resident and Non-Resident Golf memberships. No additional fees or finance charges are assessed to members wishing to defer their payment over multiple years.

Q: How many golf members will there be at the Club?

A: A cap of 545 has been placed on the Golf Membership at Brier Creek Country Club.

Q: Do I have to be a Club Member if I live in the community?
A: Yes. All residents of Brier Creek Country Club are required to hold at least a Social Membership. Social Membership gives members access to the swimming and dining facilities and invitations to social functions held at Brier Creek Country Club.

Q: Is Brier Creek an equity Club?
A: No, the Club is owned and operated by Toll Golf, a division of Toll Brothers Inc. Brier Creek Members do not obtain any equity or ownership interest in the Club and are not subject to any assessments for capital improvements or operating deficits.

Q: I am renting my home, will my tenants have Membership privileges?
A: Yes. Contact the membership office at (919) 206-4646 for details.

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