The short answer is "No." The Golf Fellowship does not advertise or promote itself as a Christian group, nor do we have any organized prayer or bible study gatherings. We are not exclusive in any way...BUT...
...I, Kerry Niester (Owner & Co-Founder & "The Commish"), am a Christian, and very involved in my church. Christian values such as "Loving your neighbor...being all things to all people...encouraging one another...building one another up" are all important aspects of how I run the group.
If you don't enjoy yourself, or if you feel that you were not welcomed into our groups, then I have failed in achieving my goals for the group. I will do whatever I can to help you experience those thing at The Golf Fellowship.
The one thing I expect from TGF Members is that they will respect everybody else that is part of this group...in other words, be a good dude.
Guests and/or Non-Members are welcome at ALL TGF Events except for PostSeason Events as follows: TGF Championship, Hill Country Cup & Lone Star Cup.
Guests will typically pay $7.50 more for 9 hole events and $10-15 more for 18 hole events. Guests also are only able to play in ALL PLAY GAMES at events. The exception is Two Man Challenge Events, where Guests may enter into Team GROSS &/or Team NET, but are required to submit an active GHIN Handicap for eligibility for the latter.
As a standard, TGF Members have the option of selecting ONE Preferred Playing Partner. From there, TGF reserves the right to fill the rest of the foursome, as it sees fit, in order to promote fairness, diversity of groups and networking.
Exceptions to Preferred Playing Partner Requests:
TGF understands that sometimes you might like to have that foursome of buddies. A couple of times a year, TGF will honor those requests.