They remain at home in Broken Sound, the expensive, gated Boca Raton country-club community where they live.
These tended to be Republicans of the old school: the country-club types, to use a perhaps outdated typology.
Some conservatives, who have long viewed the Ohio congressman as a country-club Republican too eager to make deals, are steamed.
Of course he had had love affairs, mostly with the country-club set.
These, and the presence everywhere of savages, rather take away from the first country-club effect.
A house anywhere else was taboo, unless one went right out into the country, on the country-club side of the town.
The country-club set took themselves very seriously—at least as seriously as they took anything.
Yeh see, Si Tompkins has sort of a country-club meetin at his store every week on this night, an I haint never missed one!
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]