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Published by Robert Trent Jones Golf Club, 2019-11-27 09:36:37

2020 Membership Brochure

2020 Membership Brochure

Robert Trent Jones Golf Club

to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club

Our Mission and Vision

The nature and purpose of Robert Trent Jones Golf Club is a private golf club for the pleasure

of its members and their guests, and to enhance and promote the game of golf. The Golf Club is intended
to be a sanctuary where members and their guests can pursue one of the finest possible golfing experiences
available in the world. RTJGC is committed to providing a beautiful, challenging, world-class golf course
and facilities, as well as an outstanding professional staff.

Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Legendary designer Robert Trent Jones, Sr. built hundreds
of courses around the world. He called one course “my
masterpiece” and honored it with his name.

Thank You
for Your Interest in Membership

The Golf Course

Gold (Championship) White
Green 7500 | 76.9 | 148 Silver 6160 | 77.2 | 142
Blue Red
White 7030 | 74.8 | 144 5850 | 75.4 | 139
6620 | 73.0 | 140 5550 | 73.7 | 135

6160 | 71.0 | 135

5850 | 69.7 | 133


Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., Robert Trent Jones

Golf Club is not just an exclusive, private club located conveniently outside
of Washington, DC on the banks of Lake Manassas, it is an experience. The
moment you drive through the gate, get ready to have all the stress of city
living melt away. RTJGC offers members and their guests a sanctuary in
which they can pursue one of the finest possible golfing experiences in the

The course, which Mr. Jones called “his masterpiece” opened for play in
1991 and has served as the host for the 1994, 1996, 2000 and 2005 Presidents
Cup Tournaments, as well as the 2015 Quicken Loans National, hosted by the
Tiger Woods Foundation. The manicured tees, sculpted fairways and large
greens are of bent grass. The greens are famous for their speed, trueness
and contours -- the combination of which reward well-played shots to the
green and make recovering from not-so-well-done shots “interesting”. The
back nine holes offer beautiful vistas of Lake Manassas.

The beautiful, Georgian-style Clubhouse provides the appropriate
accommodations to complete the golf experience. The main level features
a variety of dining and meeting rooms to meet a wide range of needs, along
with the men’s locker room. In addition to the common area overlooking
the presentation lawn and the lake, the upper floor has 12 suites to be used
by Members and their guests for overnight accommodations. A beautiful
golf shop which is very well stocked with the highest quality merchandise is
on the lower floor, along with the ladies locker room and the administrative
offices. The view of the Clubhouse looking up from the 18th fairway and
green is especially spectacular.

Along with the Clubhouse suites, several cottages located near the
Clubhouse can be rented to provide accommodations for Members and
their guests. These are the perfect facilities for groups ranging from 4 to 8
guests. Cottages on the Club grounds are owned by Members. Sites are
available for additional cottages to be built by Members who desire their
own accommodations for their visits to the Club. Members may decide
whether or not to include their cottage in the rental pool.

The Teaching Facility is one of the finest in the country and was ranked in
the top 50 Private Ranges for 2016 and 2017 by the Golf Range Association
of America. It includes four practice bays and one private video bay for
lessons. Each bay is equipped with a heater that will allow for year round
practice, as well as state-of-the-art digital video/computer equipment that
will analyze your swing and putting stroke.

Frequently Asked Questions

General Membership

Do I need to belong to another Club to join RTJGC? No, members are not required to maintain a second club membership
to join.
Does the membership include my spouse or family? No. RTJGC memberships are for the individual, and they do not include
family members. Family members must be accompanied by the member when using all of the Club facilties, except the
clubhouse. Family members may dine in the clubhouse without the member present, however, all charges are placed on the
member’s account.
How big of a group will the Club accommodate? Throughout the season, the clubhouse will accommodate groups of up to 50
members and their guests. During the off-season, the clubhouse will accommodate groups of up to 100. Such arrangements
must be made in advance, must be consistent with the policies of the club, and are subject to availability.
Are there any minimums or additional charges? The Club does not have any food & beverage minimums. There are minimal
annual fees for the following: Locker Storage, Handicap Tracking, and Bag Storage.


How much does it cost for my spouse or children to play? Spouses and children under 25 can play for free when accompanied
by a Member. Children over 25 are $25/round for the first 10 rounds before being considered a regular guest.
Does the Club have a caddie program and am I required to use it? The Club has an exceptional caddie program. Groups
of three or more players, or any group containing guests, are required to take a caddie.
Will I be able to get a tee time? Yes. To ensure your preferred tee time, it is recommended that members make a tee time
How many guests may I bring? Can I send guests without me? Members are permitted to host up to 15 guests on Mondays,
7 guests Tuesday-Friday and after noon on weekends, and 3 guests before noon on the weekends. The Club will permit
unaccompanied groups Monday-Thursday (2 foursomes total per day) with prior approval from the Professional Shop.
How many times may I bring a guest? Any one person, with the exception of Heads of State, Members of Congress, Cabinet
Secretaries, and foreign dignitaries, may be a guest no more than five times during one golf season.

Membership Categories

Individual Membership Corporate Membership

• Voting Rights • Contribution Fee includes 2 designated users
• Non-Transferable • May add up to 3 designated users for $25,000/person
• Full dues at the rate established for their residency
(Resident) or $12,500/person (National)
category (Resident or National) • Voting Rights
• Subject to any assessments or other financial • Transferable - may transfer to someone within the

obligations established by the Board of Trustees during bona-fide business organization (transfer fee applies)
their membership • Full dues at the rate established for their residency
• Have the right to convert to Corporate membership
by paying the difference between the contribution category
fee they paid and the contribution fee at the time of • Subject to any assessments or other financial
the conversion
obligations established by the Board of Trustees during
their membership

Junior Membership Legacy Membership

• Must be under 40 years old • Relatives of current members may apply for legacy
• Pay an initial membership contribution fee, as membership. Relatives and children include
biological, adopted and step, but do not include in-
established by the Board of Trustees, with the balance laws.
of the applicable contribution fee payable in five
equal annual payments beginning on or before the • Members currently on contribution fee installment
36th birthday and ending on the 40th birthday. plans are not eligible to sponsor a Legacy member
• Pay one-half the dues of their membership category. until their contribution fee has been paid in full.
• No Voting rights or transfer rights (for corporate) until
they become full members. • New members must wait a period of 2 years before
• Total number of Junior members shall not exceed 25. sponsoring a Legacy member.
• Junior members who become full Resident/National
members are subject to any assessments or other • Legacy members under the age of 40 are considered
financial obligations established by the Board of Junior Legacy members and will pay half dues of their
Trustees during their membership in the Club. The full membership type until they reach 40 yrs.
amount is payable at the time of conversion to full
Resident/National membership. International Membership
• Effective with final payment of the contribution
fee and any assessments established by the Board • May not own or lease residential property in the
of trustees or other obligations during their Junior continent of North America
membership, the members shall become a full voting
member of the same membership category. • No voting or transfer rights
• Pay full dues at the rate establishedby the Board of

• Not subject to assessments
• No locker or bag storage

Robert Trent Jones Golf Club takes pride in a
very distinguished & diverse membership.

Our location in the Washington, DC area, near
the Dulles International Airport, is a convenient location for
our members locally, across the United States, and around the world.

Robert Trent Jones Golf Club

1 Turtle Point Drive
Gainesville, Virginia 20155
For information on membership by invitation, please contact

the Membership Department at 703.754.8107

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