I am a member of a veteran's club residing next door to a yacht club. The yacht club has a flagpole with it's burgee at the highest point of the main pole on it's own halyard. The US flag is on it's own halyard which is afixed to the end of a yardarm at an elevation much less than that of the burgee. I've read descriptions calling for the US flag to be at the highest point of a group but these descriptions only seem to mention cases where they're suspended from the same halyard or adjacent staffs, not separate halyards on the same pole. As far as I'm concerned, the intent is clear: the US flag is to be at a higher point than all other non-national flags. However, the yacht club is focused on playing games with semantics. They have declined to oblige us. Do we have any recourse on this matter?