Junior Playing Privilege-Legacy (JPP-Legacy)

1. Junior Playing Privilege-Legacy (JPP-Legacy) privileges may be conferred by the Board of Directors on persons who have attained the age of twenty-one (21) years but who are not older than twenty-nine (29) years of age and who are the child of a current proprietary member in good standing, or a proprietary member in good standing who has died within 90 days before submission of the application and who has, or had, been a proprietary member for at least 3 years, upon affirmative recommendation of the Membership Comittee and six (6) affirmative votes of the Board of Directors. The JPP-Legacy member must either convert to a different membership category or resign at the earliest of: age 30 or within 30 days of the termination of the proprietary parent’s membership, unless such termination was due to the death of the proprietary member parent. The JPP-Legacy monthly dues shall be 50% of regular proprietary membership dues. If the JPP-Legacy member converts to a YBP or Regular membership, the initiation paid shall be credited towards the initiation fee. There shall be a limit of 10 JPP-Legacy memberships.

2. Junior Playing Privileges are non-transferable and confer no privileges on family members.

3. Junior playing privileges shall include all of the privileges of Proprietary Membership, except as limited by the foregoing paragraphs and by Section 2 of Article 2 of the By-laws and by Club rules.