Indian Harbor Yacht Club
In 2017 Saint Andrew’s welcomes the historic Indian Harbor Yacht Club to its family of outstanding reciprocal clubs. Founded in 1889, Indian Harbor Yacht Club has played a leading role in American yachting throughout its illustrious history. Nestled on the Long Island Sound just a few short blocks south of the Greenwich central business district, this new reciprocal relationship offers a broad array of social amenities as well as access to the Club’s highly regarded junior sailing programs, adult sailing instruction and guest moorings. The magnificent clubhouse, widely recognized as one of the most scenic vistas on the Sound, was dedicated in 1897… the same year Saint Andrew's dedicated its new (our current) clubhouse at Mt. Hope.
Shenorock Shore Club
Set on the picturesque Long Island Sound in Rye, New York, the Shenorock Shore Club is a private shore club featuring pristine beach facilities, an olympic-size swimming pool and a scenic private picnic area. The Club’s beautiful and immaculately maintained beach front facility offers outstanding dining in a breathtaking seaside setting.
The Penn Club of New York
Conveniently located only a few minutes walk from Grand Central Station, this magnificent facility was designated a New York City Landmark in 2010. The beautifully appointed Benjamin Franklin Library provides the perfect setting for a respite between appointments or a rendezvous with friends prior to a night at the theater. Enjoy a meal in one of the two outstanding dining facilities or, if staying in the City, take advantage of one of the beautiful and recently redecorated guest rooms. Other amenities include a large and well equipped fitness center, massage suite, business center and meeting and banquet rooms.
The James Braid Association
Created in honor of James Braid, Scotland’s most famous and prolific golf course designer, the James Braid Association offers its members access to over 200 James Braid designed golf courses located throughout the U.K. and Ireland at reduced rates. As a result of course modifications implemented at James Braid’s recommendation in 1929, Saint Andrew’s is the only American member of the Association.
The James Braid Association roster includes some of the most famous golf courses and eminent clubs in all of golf, including Gleneagles (King’s and Queen’s courses), PGA Centenary, Royal Blackheath and the Henley Golf Club, home to the Association.
Supplementing U.S. reciprocal club privileges, members are encouraged to play in the Club’s historic international matches. Saint Andrew’s has a long and proud history of inter-club competition with some of Europe’s best known and most distinguished golf clubs. If you are interested in participating in international or domestic inter-club matches please contact Saint Andrew’s Golf Captain Gregg Pritchard.