Become a Member


Unlimited golf for household family + no tee time required + free range balls + clubhouse use + low rental fee for clubhouse + free pull cart use + men’s and women’s leagues + five electric carts with low rental fee + stocked fish pond + low green fees for lineal family + cart sheds available + Friday night and end-of-month scrambles

Membership rates & fees

Consider joining the Caney Golf Club – an affordable choice

Monthly rate — $70

Annual concessions assessment — $35

Cart sheds with electricity — $190/year; without electricity — $165/year

Trail fee if you bring your own cart — $5 per paid round or $50 per year. Trail fee waived for members renting sheds.

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View ByLaws by downloading from section below

Special first-time member discount

You are sure to love the Caney Golf Club experience. And to keep you coming back for more, we’re offering 49% off first-time memberships

During your first 12 months, you will enjoy the benefits of membership – a $975 value – for $500 if paid in advance. If you would you rather pay $50 monthly installments, you’ll still save 38%. 

We’re waiving the $100 initiation fee and $35 annual clubhouse assessment regardless of your payment choice. 

After 12 months, the general membership rate of $70 a month and $35 annual clubhouse assessment go into effect. 

Pick up an application in the clubhouse, email or download the form. Payment must accompany completed application. Submit your application with your check in the secure green mailbox pipe on the clubhouse porch – or email to PO Box 263, Caney KS 67333.

Statements are mailed the first of each month, payable by the 15th. 

You will be notified after your membership has been accepted. The discounted rate is limited to first-time members.

Summer student memberships

Juniors age 17 and under can take advantage of low prices for unlimited golf during the summer season. For a one-time $60 fee, practice on the driving range with free range balls and play as many rounds of golf as you can in May, June and July. Scrambles and tournaments are excluded.

Pick up an application in the clubhouse or download the  application file below.

Former members - we've missed you!

The greens are ready and waiting for you. If you are a former club member, now is a great time to come back.


Reinstate your membership by completing the application and include a check for the $100 reinstatement fee, plus the first month's membership fee of $70. The annual $35 clubhouse assessment will be collected with your second month's payment. 


You are eligible for the 49% discounted rate for the first 12 months of $500 if prepaid; the discount is 38% if you make monthly installments of $50. 

Either way, your initiation and clubhouse assessment fees are waived the first year.  

Contact for information, download an application below or pick up an application in the clubhouse.


Click on a file to download

membershipFlyer-2018-back (pdf)


membershipFlyer-2018-front (pdf)


Membership application (pdf)


Membership Student application (pdf)


ByLaws Updated 2-16-2016 (pdf)


ClubhouseRental-MemberForm (pdf)


ClubhouseRental-NonMemberForm (pdf)


Meet your board of directors

Harold Howard

President; term expires 4/30/2019

Tim Bryan

Secretary/Treasurer, apointed position.

Elected board term expires 4/30/2021

Adam Davidson

Term expires 4/30/2019

Criss Davis

Term expires 4/30/2021

Carrie Gustus

Term expires 4/30/2020

Brandon Montgomery

Term expires 4/30/2020

Janice Leonard

Ladies League appointee to board, communications specialist; director but not an elected position.

Course superintendent

Jarrod Miller

Jarrod Miller is the club's superintendent. Jarrod has an extensive background in ranching, construction and handling chemicals.  He has been with the club since April 2016.

Jarrod and his wife Karen have four children.

Volunteers lend a hand

Course maintenance and improvements require a lot of manpower - and member volunteers step up to help make needed repairs.

Lending equipment and time

Teaming up to clean up is one reason the little course on the prairie is improving year-by-year.