The Lakeland Yacht & Country Club can either arrange or has ongoing reciprocal arrangements with many outstanding private clubs in other cities so you have a home away from home for relaxation and business entertainment.
Any member in good standing of the Club is entitled to use of these facilities, subject to rules and regulations. If members of the club know in advance that they are going to use the facilities of one of these clubs, the request of a letter of introduction from the General Manager is appreciated. However, most of the clubs will honor a current membership card. A member may also call for confirmation of standing if the host club so requests.
Charges incurred by an LYCC member in an above reciprocal club will typically be forwarded to the Lakeland Yacht & Country Club’s accounting department for the inclusion in the member’s regular statement. The club, in turn, will reimburse the host club directly. Guest fees for swimming, golf, or tennis are charged to guests from clubs with which the club has reciprocity agreements. In some cases, a reciprocal club might accept commercial credit cards and may require that method of payment.
Reciprocity agreements are to be used by members who are visiting for a short time only in cities where such reciprocity agreements have been established. Conversely, members of the clubs with which the club has formally established reciprocity may use the club’s facilities while visiting for short periods of time.
Reciprocal club agreements are not acceptable to non-resident members living in the same city as the reciprocal club. Likewise, to use facilities, members of reciprocal clubs who live in the area must meet the same criteria as non-resident members.
All questions concerning reciprocity privileges should be referred to the Club’s General Manager.