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Pebble Creek GC in Tampa........retired membership is $107/month plus $158 for unlimited cart. Since I volunteer 2 mornings a week, the cart fee is waived, leaving only $107.   They (Ace Golf) own

My golf membership costs 575Euro per year. This does not include carts or range balls but you have access to play the course 7 days per week. The course it self is consistently ranked in the top 20 go

$3,500 per year, $32.50 per round cart fee ($15 trail fee).  No initiation, no minimums.  Plus, access to Stadium course at significantly discounted rates and, of course, unlimited use of the fabulous TPC practice facilities, though range balls only included for the round.

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$3,500 per year, $32.50 per round cart fee ($15 trail fee).  No initiation, no minimums.  Plus, access to Stadium course at significantly discounted rates and, of course, unlimited use of the fabulous TPC practice facilities, though range balls only included for the round.

For what you guys get, that is a heck of a deal. I got to play Dye's Valley last Spring at my management team meeting. We had a blast. It's fun to walk around that clubhouse as well.

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I don't have a membership. I like playing the field. However, I know a club that has a membership fee of $300. That's pretty good deal. However, they want $900 for annual cart fee.

 

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Up here in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, a generous golf season stretches from late-April until early-November. It isn't unusual to see a month lopped off either end of that range. In 2014 (if I recall correctly), we were still getting feet of snow the last week of May, and the course didn't open until mid-June.

 

And the end of the season isn't "Oh, it's too cold to play golf." It's "There are multiple feet of snow on the ground and the course is closed." I've learned that, if I'm going to be a golfer here, I had better be OK with the early and late season rounds being cold.

 

All that to say, it is a short golf season here.

 

Even so, our local course is a great deal. I have a clergy discount (which always feels weird to me, but not so weird that I'm unwilling to take it). My season pass is $180/year. There is no range here, so that (obviously) isn't included, and they charge about $15/round for cart on days when I choose not to walk.

 

In addition, they allow kids to play free until they're 12. My son has been coming with me and playing rounds of golf since he was two, so we're going to be getting way more out of that than most folks. And the man who manages the course loves having my boy there, so that's a plus.

 

All told, I couldn't ask for a better deal.

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Up here in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, a generous golf season stretches from late-April until early-November. It isn't unusual to see a month lopped off either end of that range. In 2014 (if I recall correctly), we were still getting feet of snow the last week of May, and the course didn't open until mid-June.

 

And the end of the season isn't "Oh, it's too cold to play golf." It's "There are multiple feet of snow on the ground and the course is closed." I've learned that, if I'm going to be a golfer here, I had better be OK with the early and late season rounds being cold.

 

All that to say, it is a short golf season here.

 

Even so, our local course is a great deal. I have a clergy discount (which always feels weird to me, but not so weird that I'm unwilling to take it). My season pass is $180/year. There is no range here, so that (obviously) isn't included, and they charge about $15/round for cart on days when I choose not to walk.

 

In addition, they allow kids to play free until they're 12. My son has been coming with me and playing rounds of golf since he was two, so we're going to be getting way more out of that than most folks. And the man who manages the course loves having my boy there, so that's a plus.

 

All told, I couldn't ask for a better deal.

Well said. Sounds like you have a great place to play. What course do you call home? I regularly play the NMU course. Looking to explore the UP courses a bit this year.

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My monthly fee is $ 208.00 dollars and that includes unlimited range balls and cart fees... Pretty awesome golf course to boot so I'm thinking we got a pretty good deal going on.  I have considered a Country Club (Jennings Mill ) in Athens however it would run $249.00 per month excluding carts. That means we would have to walk...   :blink:   My wife and I both play and I have a really bad right knee, hip, etc 

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Well said. Sounds like you have a great place to play. What course do you call home? I regularly play the NMU course. Looking to explore the UP courses a bit this year.

 

Gogebic Country Club: https://gogebiccountryclub.com/

 

By modern standards, it's quite short (just over 6,000 yards at its longest). The greens, in general, are pretty small, and their speed varies considerably with the weather.

 

I'd like to get around to some of the other courses here in the UP. Played George Young for the first time right at the end of this past season, and enjoyed that immensely.

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Not a member of the a private club but my county I pay $35 annually for a county card which gives me access to four courses. Most expensive daily rate of those courses is $29 to walk on a weekend morning and it gets cheaper later in the day and on weekdays.

 

For out of county to play the courses it is $60

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Gogebic Country Club: https://gogebiccountryclub.com/

 

By modern standards, it's quite short (just over 6,000 yards at its longest). The greens, in general, are pretty small, and their speed varies considerably with the weather.

 

I'd like to get around to some of the other courses here in the UP. Played George Young for the first time right at the end of this past season, and enjoyed that immensely.

Played SweetGrass last summer, I think that one and Greywalls are on my must play list. And the ones in iron mountain.

 

My home course growing up was around the same yardage. I enjoy the old tracks.

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My monthly fee is $ 208.00 dollars and that includes unlimited range balls and cart fees... Pretty awesome golf course to boot so I'm thinking we got a pretty good deal going on. I have considered a Country Club (Jennings Mill ) in Athens however it would run $249.00 per month excluding carts. That means we would have to walk... :blink: My wife and I both play and I have a really bad right knee, hip, etc

Unlimited golf for 208???

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Unlimited golf for 208???

 

 

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I guess I'm just a little commoner because I don't have a membership anywhere. I just pay as I go along.

 

One special run by the main course I play is very good. They offer punch cards for $900 that gives you 50 rounds during the calendar year. For you math wizards, that's $18 per round (normally $32). The best part is they let you do a half punch if you're only playing nine that day.

 

It's a great deal but I'd never be able to play that much around work and kids. Plus SWMBO might have something to say about that as well.

 

 

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$3,500 per year, $32.50 per round cart fee ($15 trail fee). No initiation, no minimums. Plus, access to Stadium course at significantly discounted rates and, of course, unlimited use of the fabulous TPC practice facilities, though range balls only included for the round.

I think this is the best deal going! It's enough to make me consider retirement on the Northeast Coast of Florida - seriously!

 

 

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Your 350 a year sounds very reasonable. I'm near a very nice, well kept nine hole course here in Kansas and that's about what they charge for a year too. Everywhere else up in Wichita are more expensive

 

 

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$1400/year with range balls. Our season goes from end February to mid November. I average 120 rounds per year, so for me it's a good deal. I walk all the time so no cart fees. It's a fun course to play and I play with three different groups each week and one day with whoever they put me with.

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Our club is actually a 501c(3) not for profit.  $530/month, (plus a $60/month assessment for the next 16 years to pay off new clubhouse) - grants access to two 27-hole facilities (carts 22/ round - I generally walk), each facility has swimming, tennis, exercise rooms- No food minimums but very good dining in both facilities.  Internal Tournaments are usually $100/pp with money collected returned as payouts (not revenue generating).   The Club was established to provide reasonably priced club facilities near the Capital for commissioned officers in the Uniformed Services, US Public Health Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and select civilians.  If there are any commissioned officers interested, please PM me- always looking for additional members!  Great deal for absentee members, too.  Initiation fee based on rank, waived for newly commissioned officers.

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