FAQ's

Q: Can I get more information about becoming a member of Croasdaile Country Club?

A: For our current membership offers, email us at membership@croasdailecountryclub.com.

Q: How can I get more information about hosting an event at Croasdaile Country Club?

A: Our professional and experienced staff would be honored to help you plan your next event at Croasdaile. The Club regularly hosts golf tournaments and wedding receptions, as well as business, social, and civic meetings. For more information about sponsored events, please contact the Catering Department at catering@croasdailecountryclub.com.

Q: May members bring guests to the club?

A: Guests of members are welcome to use the Club, swimming, golf and tennis facilities. However, members are totally responsible for their guests and guest must abide by the Club's guest rules and regulations. There are guest fees for certain amenities.

Q: What counts towards the food minimum?

A: All food purchases -- be it in the Croasnest, bar, grill room, or pool restaurant -- count towards your quarterly food minimum. Drinks (including alcohol), taxes, and gratuity do not count towards the minimum.

Q: What does Croasdaile offer its members?

A: Croasdaile Country Club offers its members--young and old--a special place where family and friends can relax and have fun in a warm, casual atmosphere. The many amenities offer a wide variety of options for members and guests to spend their free time, away from the stresses of day-to-day life. From the renovated championship golf course to the hard and clay tennis courts to the Olympic-sized swimming pool. But Croasdaile it not just a sports club! Its vibrant membership of young families, executives, and community leaders share lifelong memories of friendship, fun, and leisure in our world class bar and dining rooms. Croasdaile has ongoing scheduled social events for the entire family, including dances, theme parties, bridge, wine tastings, specialty dinners, weekly family night dinners, cocktail parties, and celebrations year-round!

Q: What hotels are nearby?

A: There are several lodging properties located near Croasdaile Country Club. The Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau keeps a full listing of Durham lodging properties at www.durham-nc.com.

Q: When was Croasdaile established?

A: The club was established in 1966 by Drs. Frances & Herbert Fox on farmland inherited from the father of Frances Fox, John Sprunt Hill, a prominent Durham financier and community leader. They developed a neighborhood that offered beautiful homes, a professionally designed, championship golf course, tennis and swimming facilities. An elegant clubhouse was built as the focal point of the community where neighbors and friends could gather to enjoy a relaxed and gracious atmosphere. The Croasdaile golf course was designed in 1966 by renowned architect George W. Cobb and redesigned in 2002 by his former associate, award-winning golf course architect, John LaFoy. LaFoy is responsible for some of the most notable courses in the South and assisted in the redesign of Augusta National Golf Course.

Q: Where does the name "Croasdaile" come from?

A: Drs. Frances & Herbert Fox established Croasdaile Country Club on farmland inherited from the father of Frances Fox, John Sprunt Hill, a prominent Durham financier and community leader. The name "Croasdaile" was derived from a trip Hill took to Ireland where he met an Irish family with the name Croasdaile and later chose the name for one of his dairy farms.

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