Private Clubs USA continued…

               

              A round of golf anyone?                                                  Grand Havana Room

 

Pine Valley Golf Club
Founded in 1913 by George Crump, this golf course is consistently ranked the No.1 course in the world.

The only way you can play here is by invitation from a member or by going along on the last Saturday in September when members have their club championship match called the “Crump Cup” and doors are open to the public. Two members were suspended here because they charged guests $10,000 per round.

 

The Setai Club New York
An oasis for the Wall Street crowd just one block away from Wall Street. Step inside and meet Serenity. There is a world class spa and SHO Shaun an excellent new restaurant. Membership is $5000 per year or $480 per month.

 

Soho House New York
Sister Club to Soho London this club covers six floors in an old warehouse building but don’t let that deceive you. Open the doors and sumptuousness greets you. Facilities include the Restaurant, Club Bar, Drawing Room, Pantry Bar, a 44 seat cinema and heated rooftop pool just incase you want to go for a crazy dip in the snow or rain!

There are 24 spacious bedrooms in case you need to crash or be pampered in the Cowshed Spa which includes private eucalyptus steam rooms. Basic membership starts at US$1800.

 

Stefan G. Sears Club
This LA based club describes themselves as a private lifestyle management service. Membership provides you entrance to a world of luxury and privilege often reserved for the privileged few. They only allow one hundred members. Once their numbers drop below one hundred they open up membership again. They offer a boutique bespoke concierge service with outstanding customer service.

Their client list includes professional athletes, celebrities, dignitaries, royalty and many equally important discerning individuals worldwide.


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