Golf Season Pass Options

A golf course with trees and mountains in the background.2023 GOLF SEASON PASS

Click Here to Purchase a 2023 Season Pass

The best golf value in Grand County!

Season Pass options that include unlimited golf all season, pass-holder benefits such as reduced cart fees, reduced guest fees, merchandise discounts and more! Great pass options to choose from include; 7-day unlimited, 5-day unlimited or 7-day afternoon pass.

SeasonPass options start as low as $475 per pass!


Grand Lake Golf Course Season Pass

2023 Season Pass Information         Early Bird SALE Ends 5/31                                               After 5/31

  •  7 Day afternoon                                $475.00                                                               $575.00
  • New Budget Friendly Pass!

    Sunday afternoon & Monday- Thursday All Day   $575.00  $675:00 

  •  5 Day Monday-Friday                       $700.00                                                             $800.00
  • 7 Day all day                                      $875.00                                                               $975.00
  • Season cart Pass                               $300.00                                                             $380.00

The 2023 Season Pass Holder Benefits Program:

  • 15% Golf Shop Merchandise Discount (All Season)
  • Reciprocal Rate @ Grand County Golf Courses
  • Reduced Cart Rental Rates For Pass Holders
  • Practice Range Balls included!(not valid for guests)
  • Pass holder guest rates

GRAND PLAYER’S CARD FOR RESIDENTS (above benefits do not apply to the Discount Card)
An alternative “Discount Locals Card” for the second home owners or a local golfers who don’t play enough to commit to a full season pass. Purchase the Grand Player’s Card for $50 and receive the special discounted rates on green fees all season! Join us for’ Twilight, 9 holes or the full 18! More about the Grand Player’s Discount Card>> 

It is also always a thrill to see the abundant wildlife that occasionally cross the fairways . . . This is what mountain golf should be like. – William A.