3rd Article – 1. Any individual person, or collective, may be a member of this club, as long as they meet the necessary requirements established in the Internal Regulation and are accepted by the Board of Directors.
2. There will be 3 member categories, the Founding members, the Honorary members and the Ordinary members.
a) Founding members are all those that signed the Constitutional Deed as well as all of those who expressed an interest in remaining a founding member before the first General Meeting.
b) The Honorary members can be lifelong or temporary: the lifelong members shall be those that have rendered important services to the Club or to Golf and deserve this distinction, once approved at the General Meeting, as proposed by the Directors. The temporary members shall be those that have rendered important services to the Club, and upon approval by the Board of Directors, who will define the duration of this distinction for each case, which may not exceed one year, and there may not exist more than 10 members with this distinction.
c) The Ordinary members are those that are admitted by means of a membership form, or in absence of this form, they may propose to the Board of Directors, who has the choice of admittance to the Club.
4th Article – The member titles are unique and non-transferable: a member is not permitted to have more than one title.
5th Article – 1. The fees will be set by the Board of Directors after having been approved at a General Meeting.
2. The Honorary Members will be exempt from the fees, but will not have the right to vote.
3. The Founding and Ordinary Members will be obligated to a punctual payment of their fees, this being a condition to exercise their rights.
6th Article – The Members’ rights are:
1. To frequent the Club’s accommodations as described in the General Internal Regulation, to be approved at a General Meeting.
2. Use the privileges presented by the Club in harmony with the statutes and the present Regulation
3. Participate at General Meetings
4. Elect the Committee Members and be elected
5. To request that a General Meeting be to be convoked within the terms of the present regulation
6. To request the resignation of a member, by providing a 30 day (thirty Day) written notice to the Board
7. Propose the admission of new members and appeal to the Board of Directors the right of deliberations should they reject these admissions or annul them.
7th Article – 1. The status of member can be lost, pending the Board of Director deliberation, for the following reasons:
a) For reason of the repeated lack of payment of the fees
b) For reason of the lack of payment of any costs occurred or caused by frequenting the accommodations or Club events, as well for the lack of payment of compulsory contributions within the set dates.
c) For the practice of offensive or dishonourable acts, that may damage the reputation or the sportive interests of the Club or its members.
2. The Board of Directors deliberation, as described in the previous number, becomes in effect as soon as it becomes affixed in the Club’s headquarters, and shall be communicated to the member in writing, by registered mail with a delivery notification.
3. The m embers that are expelled by the Board of Directors, with just cause, as described in point number 1 of this article, will not be permitted to frequent the Club’s accommodations.
4. For the application of the demission penalty, with just cause as described in clause c, point number 1, of this article, the appeal is to be made at a General Meeting, with motives to suspend effects; the appeal petition should be made in writing and signed by the interested person and 4 other members and should be presented within 15 days after the deliberation. In this case, the President of the General Meeting will
convoke an Extraordinary General Meeting within 20 days after the receipt of the petition.