Bentwater | Club Associations

Bentwater Club Associations

At Bentwater, it’s easy to make a lasting connection with your neighbors.

Whether you enjoy sports such as tennis or golf, service-oriented projects to help others, or just an outlet to socialize, there is something for everyone here.

​Club Associations

  • Bentwater Ladies Organization (BLO)
    • Bentwater Ladies Organization (BLO) is a social/service organization made up entirely of Bentwater property owners. The purpose of the BLO is to promote friendship and fellowship among residents in the community.
  • Bentwater Tennis Association (BTA)
    • Bentwater Tennis Association (BTA) is a social organization of tennis-playing Bentwater residents. Open to all ages and skill levels, the BTA is a great way to meet fellow tennis players and participate in numerous tennis and social activities at the club.
  • The Bentwater Ladies Golf Association (BLGA)
    • The Bentwater Ladies Golf Association (BLGA) is a non-profit organization that organizes and promotes regular golf play for women of all skill levels and fosters the development of social relationships. BLGA provides Members many opportunities to learn and improve their golf game whether they are a beginner, casual player, or a seasoned golfer.
  • The Bentwater Men’s Golf Association (MGA)
    • The Bentwater Men’s Golf Association (MGA) is dedicated to maximizing the enjoyment of the Bentwater Country Club facilities through the planning and hosting of golf tournaments, play days, and other social activities for its Members. The MGA’s goal is to involve men of all skill levels in their activities and promote social interaction among their Members.
  • Men of Bentwater (MOB)
    • Men of Bentwater (MOB) is a social organization comprised of male Bentwater property owners. MOB is a great way for Members to meet and socialize with their brother-neighbors.

United Way

Many dedicated residents of Bentwater spend time helping others including those who regularly volunteer for the Montgomery County United Way (MCUW) Days of Caring project. In the past, Group members have built bookshelves for the Montgomery County United Way Funded Partner “Literacy Volunteers of America” and regularly volunteer to read for a local Head Start program each week.

In addition to volunteering, Bentwater Cares has raised over $750,000 since the campaign began in 2003 to support MCUW funded programs. This Community Cares program is a shining example of how residents of our community have come together to impact the lives of their neighbors in Montgomery County.