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PROMOTION "Longview is an incredibly special place to me." — Mel Graham is exceptional, but what truly sets Longview apart is the intimacy of the club. Our culture is to know every family by name, not by their member number. The clubhouse is elegant and well-appointed, but the membership is casual and fun-loving. This is the kind of club where it's easy to make new friends." The south Charlotte market is on fire right now. Commercial and residential developments seem to pop up virtually overnight. Somehow, while perfectly situated in the heart of it all, Longview is a haven from the frenetic pace of life. "It's peaceful and quiet out here, just like God made it," says Graham. A historic farm silo, more than 100 years old, still stands proudly on the second golf hole as a reminder of the property's history. "You don't have to own a home in Longview to enjoy this lifestyle," says Sutton. "Our membership is quite diverse, with nearly 30 percent of our members residing elsewhere. If you are the type of person who appreciates quality, world- class amenities and the exclusivity of a small club, come by and take a tour." Membership at The Club at Longview is by invitation only. In addition to the traditional golf and social categories, the club introduced a Signature Membership category in 2017, where a one-time annual fee covers golf and social privileges for 12 consecutive months, with no initiation fee and no monthly dues. "The Signature Membership option is perfect for executives who are new to Charlotte, or who are concerned about future relocation, as well as for avid golfers looking for a second club option," says Sutton. To schedule a tour, contact Debi Blair, director of membership, at 704-443-2554 or BALLANTYNE SPRING 2018 71 Pro Perspective

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