NAME: The name of this Association shall be the Mountain View Men’s Golf Association.
The purpose of this Association shall be: To furnish an organized and a managed means for golf and social activities; to expand our combined effort to furnish all types of golf participation for the enjoyment of all our members; to be an organization for the advancement of the condition of the Mountain View Golf Course; to lend every assistance to the betterment of golf etiquette; to increase the member’s knowledge of the rules of golf.
A. The officers of this Association shall be a President and six other members in good standing. All officers, together with immediate past President’s and the Pro Manager shall constitute the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of this Association, having general administrative powers. THE OFFICERS SHALL BE SELECTED AS PROVIDED IN THE BYLAWS OF THIS ASSOCIATION.
A. The members attending general meetings shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all business of this Association.
B. At least five ( 5 ) members of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum for deciding administrative questions.
Membership in this Association shall be as provided in the ByLaws.
The President shall be responsible to respond to any and all activities involving the Utah Golf Association. The President may act as the representative to the Utah Golf Association or appoint one ( 1 ) member to act as the representative.
INITIATION FEES AND DUES:
Every member of this Association shall pay fees and dues as prescribed in the ByLaws of this Association. A member is considered in good standing when all dues and other monetary obligations are paid in full and when he is acting in conformity with the Constitution and Bylaws of this Association.
The Executive Committee shall be entrusted with the management of the Association. They shall interpret the Constitution and the Bylaws and shall give directions in cases not providing for therein. All orders and regulations made by them shall be binding, until and unless set aside by a majority vote of the members at a general meeting. The Executive Committee shall have the right to review, upon appeal, any action by any officer or committee of the Association, and to prescribe rules and regulations covering such appeals and the procedure thereof.
Changes or amendments to this Constitution must be submitted in writing to the Executive Committee for approval. The Executive Committee shall convene a seven ( 7 ) member committee from the membership, together with the President, Pro Manager and Secretary / Treasurer, to review the proposed changes for State Laws, County Ordinances and the proper management of the Golf Course Approval by the Executive Committee shall be an affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3 of the entire Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall present any approved change in writing to the membership at least (30) days in advance of a request for ratification of the change. Ratification shall be an affirmative vote of 2/3 of the members assembled at a regular meeting.