CASC stands for a Community Amateur Sports Club. Only clubs owned by the members can join CASC and over 500 have already done so.
South Kyme Golf Club fully complies with all the conditions which allow membership. The main ones are as follows:
South Kyme Golf Club has Articles of Association that ensure that –
a. It is open for membership to the whole community with membership on a non-discriminatory and fair basis.
b. Surplus income and gains cannot be distributed to its members or third parties.
c. If it is dissolved, all its assets are distributed to sporting or charitable organisations.
South Kyme Golf Club can demonstrate it has special arrangements to ensure those unable to afford the full membership fees can participate fully in the club’s activities for no more than £520 per year. These special income arrangements are clearly and openly advertised on this website.
The significant benefits of being a member of CASC are as follows:
Mandatory 80% business rate relief
20% added to any donations to a CASC from tax paying individuals.
South Kyme Golf Club CASC Membership
The aim of the Club is to bring the game of golf to the whole community. If you are on a limited budget and cannot afford to pay the standard membership fees of the Club you may apply for a discounted CASC membership. You will need to show that you are on a low to modest income that is insufficient to allow you to pay the standard subscription rates. The Club reserves the right to see appropriate documents in support of the financial position of the applicant.
Should your financial circumstances change that would enable you to pay the standard fees you should inform the Club within 30 days. The Club reserves the right to ask you to re-affirm your financial position at any time.
The number of members in any category, including CASC members, may be limited by the Club having regard to the usage capacity of the course and the viability of the Club.
As a CASC member you are entitled to the same rights as a full 7-day Member. You are not limited to any specific times or days of the week. You must follow the standard tee checking in procedure and cancellation protocols.