Is Dallas Country Club barring prospective Jewish members?

Is Dallas Country Club barring prospective Jewish members?

At Dallas Country Club, calls for change are coming from within. Frustrated members, including developer Trammell Crow, blame a tiny minority of members for barring prospective Jewish members.

What happened to the Jewish Country Club?

By the 1990s, and in the wake of the 1990 PGA Championship, even more clubs opened up their membership to Jews, African Americans, and others. With more options for wealthy Jews, many Jewish country clubs saw declining membership and failed; others lost their Jewish character and developed a more diverse membership base.

Are there any golf clubs that have no Jews or Negroes?

Other clubs which reported, usually reluctantly, that they had neither Jewish nor Negro members, included the Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, N. Y.

Are there any Jewish country clubs left in Baltimore?

Three of the six Jewish country clubs in Baltimore closed between 1985 and 2010, for example. Many clubs remain vibrant, however, particularly in areas with large Jewish populations or where other Jewish clubs have folded or no longer have predominantly Jewish membership.