Lamont had resigned from a country club, not because it practiced discrimination but because he felt it was not diverse enough.
The children went to private school, weekends were spent at the country club.
Young has attacked Byrne as “country club Republican” who has flip-flopped on his belief in the literal truth of the Bible.
Roth found unlikely inspiration from an executive she sat next to at a country club in Virginia.
He didn't work for the country club; he belonged to two of them.
I have just learned that we were blackballed from the country club.
We'll need one for running out to the country club to dinner.
She wasn't in with the country club set, and most of the young married crowd seemed to pass her up too.
She telephoned the country club that morning, and found that Palmer had not been there.
I knew a suburb where some of the men I had met at the country club lived and we went out there.
Characteristic of the wealthy: Tax cheating is a country-club crime, like insider trading
[1890s+; The date is based on the earliest potential use, that is, on the first occurrence of such primarily golfing clubs of generally exclusive membership]