Woodbridge Member Information Center

Downgrading Memberships

Members are allowed to downgrade their memberships at any time, but please keep in mind the following:

  • You relinquish any privileges the previous membership category afforded.
  • According to Club Bylaws, this Request to Downgrade Membership becomes active the first billing cycle after 30-day’s notice. The 30-day notice period begins on the date the request is made to the Membership Director (i.e. notifying the Golf Shop of intent to downgrade does not start the process).
  • Members can only downgrade/upgrade to a currently-open category.
  • Once a member moves out of a category that is closed, the member cannot move back into the closed category.
  • If you are transferring to a Dining or Sports membership, you relinquish Proprietary status, rights, vouchers and Troon Prive golf access.
  • Dining and Sports memberships do not have golf privileges. These memberships have no voting privileges and cannot serve on the Board of Directors.
  • As a condition of downgrading, any current amounts owed to the Club must be paid in full before my downgrade will become effective.
  • You can rescind your Request to Downgrade within 30 days of the date set forth below without having to pay an upgrade fee.

Most importantly, the Club does not allow Member Cycling between categories. You will be charged an upgrade fee (“Upgrade Fee”) should you later choose to return to a higher membership category.

Upgrade Fee is the lesser of:

  • The difference in back monthly dues between the dues paid while in the downgraded category, and the dues that would have been paid during the same time period, for the category for which you choose to return or upgrade to; or
  • The Initiation Fee of the category for which you choose to upgrade.

You are permitted one time during the life of your membership to downgrade and then subsequently return to your original category of membership or upgrade to a new category, without payment of an Upgrade Fee, provided that you remain in the downgraded category for a minimum of six (6) months.

This is a one-time benefit.

Download the Request to Downgrade Form.

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Updated on April 18, 2024