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Membership Offerings

Becoming a Member of the Urbana Country Club is an exciting milestone and its my great pleasure to help every step of the way. Getting know our Members and there families is not only part of my job but also a very rewarding experience. The reltaionships and memories made here will last a life time.

Kellie Owen, Membership Director

FIRST SEASON

Join at $250 per month with Full benefits.

Ages 36 & under may join at $185 per month. First Season rate begins on 37th birth year.

Initiation Fee $500

SECONDĀ SEASON

Member dues increase to $295 per month.

THIRDĀ SEASON

Member dues increase to $335 per month.

FOURTH SEASON +

FULL FAMILY $380 per month

  • Unlimited Family Golf
  • Complimentary Practice Facility
  • 20% Golf Shop Discount
  • Private Dining, Social Events & Pool
  • F&B minimum April to November

FULL SINGLE $355 per month

  • Unlimited Golf
  • Complimentary Practice Facility
  • 20% Golf Shop Discount
  • Private Dining, Social Events & Pool
  • F&B minimum April to November

ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIPS

SOCIAL $80 per month

  • Private Dining, Social Events & Pool
  • F&B minimum April to November

OUT OF TOWN

Family $115 / Single $95 per month

  • Private Dining, Social Events & Pool
  • Golf at guest rates

STUDENT GOLF $425 annually

Must maintain high school or college golf team status

  • Walking only
  • Guests not permitted

All Dues are subject to State of Ohio Sales Tax and may change at the discretion of the Club Board of Trustees

Urbana Country Club History & Facts

The original Nine was built on 64 acres of mostly wooded land.

UCC had the first bent Grass greens in the United States of America. Grass was grown by The Scotts Company located just 25 minutes from the club.

Twice the clubhouse has burned down, but both times it was rebuilt thanks to T.E. Dye Insurance.

The club founders first meeting was held at the Rock Shop in downtown Urbana, today know as Guild Galleries.

The Club was first established in 1922 as a six hole course built by Paul F. Dye (Pink), father to famous golf course architect Pete Dye.

Pete Dye's son P.B. Dye built second nine holes in 1992.

In 1950 Warren Grimes built the old bar & grille onto the front of the clubhouse. Today called the grille room.