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  • Home - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    Guest Information Dress Code Directions Employment Contact Us Manufacturers Golf Country Club Username Clear Password Forgot your password Login Instructions Welcome Club Information History Club Contacts Membership Classification Membership Process Membership Inquiry Form Catering Request a Quote Wedding Banquets Brunch Package Luncheon Package Dinner Package Cocktail Package Business Meeting Meeting Package Golf Outings Golf Outing Package Dress Code Testimonials Guest Information Dress Code Directions Employment Contact Us Manufacturers Golf Country

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  • Member Login - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    Package Dress Code Testimonials Guest Information Dress Code Directions Employment Contact Us Member Login Member Sign In Username Clear Password Forgot your password For first time login we have created a generic username and password for all members using this format Primary Member Username Member Number with a leading letter of your last name Example A1234 B1234 C123 D12 E123 etc For Spouse add the letter A Example 1234A Password

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  • Club Information - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    Information Hospitality Fellowship Charm Just outside the bustling city of Philadelphia sprawls Manufacturers Golf Country Club Tucked into a hillside of the historical suburb of Fort Washington the club stretches out over 250 acres of rolling hills blanketed by an array of superb hardwoods Sweeping green fairways merge into a stone colonial mansion supplying the backdrop for one of the most celebrated golf courses in the greater Philadelphia area Manufacturers

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  • History - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    displayed in today s Clubhouse located in Fort Washington Desiring a country club and golf course the membership would relocate to a beautiful location in the nearby suburbs The Board of Directors led by then President John Fisler appointed a committee on February 12 1923 to secure an option to purchase Ridgewood Farm located in Upper Dublin Township Few areas in this country have a deeper historical heritage than the Club site and surrounding territory It is in this exact area that in November of 1777 George Washington established the Whitemarsh Encampment The Continental Army spent six weeks here protecting supply cities to the west as well as monitoring the British who were occupying Philadelphia In early December the British attempted a surprise attack on the colonists position but Washington s spies tipping off the General thwarted that plan The Americans were well prepared if under equipped for the next three days of fighting With no clear victor the British returned to Philadelphia and the Americans moved off what are now the Club s grounds toward Valley Forge for the winter Today overlooking Sandy Run Creek which feeds the lake in the valley below the clubhouse stands what was once the imposing home of sugar magnate William Frazier Harrison The 250 acre estate was purchased on August 3 1923 for 175 000 Built of limestone quarried on the property the manor house is strikingly set far up a grand hillside seeming to be a part of the elevation itself as it rises harmoniously from the ancient hardwoods that crown this illustrious home Extensive sleeping quarters on the third and fourth floors would prove invaluable when in the Thirties and Forties the club accommodated the football teams from West Point Annapolis and Notre Dame whose schedules frequently brought them to Philadelphia

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  • Club Contacts - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    Clear Password Forgot your password Login Instructions Welcome Club Information History Club Contacts Membership Classification Membership Process Membership Inquiry Form Catering Request a Quote Wedding Banquets Brunch Package Luncheon Package Dinner Package Cocktail Package Business Meeting Meeting Package Golf Outings Golf Outing Package Dress Code Testimonials Guest Information Dress Code Directions Employment Contact Us History Club Contacts Club Contacts Mary Dwyer General Manager Extension 112 mdwyer mg cc org Bob Fritz Head Golf Professional 215 886 3033 bfritz mg cc org Andy Lazovitz Controller Extension 113 alazovitz mg cc org Greg Lenhart Executive Chef Extension 118 glenhart mg cc org Linda Hower Catering Sales Director Extension 119 lhower mg cc org Kelly Beck Food and Beverage Director Extension 114 kbeck mg cc org Steve Pomrink Bar Locker Room Manager Extension 132 bar mg cc org Christina Shannon Director of Internal Marketing Extension 117 cshannon mg cc org Sue Shattuck Food and Beverage Manager Extension 114 DiningManager mg cc org Christine Giampa Accounts Receivable Extension 122 cgiampa mg cc org Pat McGonagle Accounts Payable Extension 120 pmcgonagle mg cc org Christopher Frey Pool Manager Extension 141 freycc npenn org Selma Robinson Head Swim Coach 215 361 2926 selmairobinson gmail com Juan

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  • Membership - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    Golf Outings Golf Outing Package Dress Code Testimonials Guest Information Dress Code Directions Employment Contact Us Classification Membership Process Membership Inquiry Form Membership The True Measure of Any Club Is the Membership Itself As one of the premier Clubs in the Philadelphia area the dedication and enthusiasm our members and their families have for our highly rated golf course premier tennis facilities expansive pool immaculate Clubhouse and exciting events make our Club the best place to be A strong and vital Club is a direct result of a dedicated participating membership We are proud at MGCC to incorporate ideals of hospitality fellowship and charm into every aspect of our Club with the goal of providing all current and future members and their families a diverse offering of activities For prospective members seeking to combine sophistication enjoyment and sense of community into their social and athletic experiences Manufacturers strives to fulfill every expectation Recognizing that our members preferences can be as varied as our magnificent landscape Manufacturers Golf and Country Club offers a range of membership opportunities tailored to match your needs We invite you to learn more about our premiere Club and the exciting benefits afforded through the exclusive privilege

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  • Classification - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    Privileges are the same as FAMILY GOLF A SENIOR GOLF B memberships are available to golf members age 70 and older who have been members in good standing for 20 years or more Privileges are the same as SENIOR GOLF A NON VOTING GOLF B memberships are available to spouses of deceased voting members 70 and older who have been members in good standing for 20 years or more Privileges are the same as NON VOTING GOLF A JUNIOR FAMILY GOLF memberships are available to members age 21 to 34 desiring golf and all other Club privileges for the member and the member s spouse JUNIOR GOLF memberships are available to members age 21 to 34 desiring full golf and all other Club privileges If married the member s spouse has all Club privileges except golf which is available five times per year upon payment of the greens fee HOUSE memberships are available to individuals single or married age 21 and older who desire all Club privileges House members may play an unlimited number of rounds after the season ends November 1st through March 31st upon payment of the off season greens fee Children s golf privileges are available in accordance with the current Junior Golf Handbook and the current Golfing Calendar upon payment of the appropriate golf privilege fee No children of House members are permitted to play golf at any time except those participating in the Junior Golf Program Children age 18 and older of House members have no golf privileges HOUSE B memberships are available to members age 70 and older who have been members in good standing for 20 years or more Privileges are the same as HOUSE SOCIAL memberships are available to individuals single or married age 21 and older desiring Clubhouse privileges only Social members and their spouses may play a total of three rounds of golf between them at times available to a Golf member any time other than weekends and holidays when no play is permitted only as a guest in the company of a member with golf privileges upon payment of the daily greens fee Pool and tennis are not available to Social members SOCIAL B memberships are available to members age 70 and older who have been members in good standing for 20 years or more Privileges are the same as SOCIAL SOCIAL C memberships are available to members age 80 and older who have been members in good standing for 35 years or more Social C members are exempt from paying all dues and assessments and the privileges are the same as SOCIAL NON RESIDENT GOLF memberships are available to individuals whose principal residence is located more than 100 miles from the Club Principal residence is defined as the member s place of actual residence for more than six months of the year including at least three months from April to September it being intended that one who is able to use the facilities for the bulk of the

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  • Membership Process - Manufacturers' Golf & Country Club
    to the business office to the attention of the Membership Committee Every candidate requires one primary sponsor and two secondary sponsors The primary sponsor is required to sign the application Copies of the letters are then sent to the Membership Committee and Board of Governors who have 48 hours to review the application The candidate s name must be posted in print via our monthly publication The Fairway or in a Club mailing for at least 15 days for the membership s viewing Candidate and spouse if married must interview with the Membership Committee which meets the third Tuesday of every month Following the interview the candidate must be approved and admitted for membership by the Board of Governors which meets the last Tuesday of each month Sponsor Letter Requirements Sponsorship is an important undertaking and the letters of recommendation are crucial components of our membership application process The purpose of these letters of recommendation is to provide the Membership Committee with the most accurate and complete information possible on the candidate and his or her family The Membership Committee will use the information you provide together with its own investigation of the candidate and a personal interview to evaluate suitablility for Manufacturers membership Some points that must be included Relationship State the number of years you have known the candidate whether you know the candidate through a business relationship a social relationship or both List any common interests you might share Character Evaluate the candidate s qualities of leadership integrity business ethics social grace community and or charitable service Spouse State the name of the candidate s spouse if applicable and discuss how you have interacted with the candidate s spouse family in a personal atmosphere Any information your sponsor can provide on these subjects out of their own

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