Aspen golf passes are on sale
ASPEN – Aspen Golf Club season golf pass are now on sale. Buying before April 1 can save players $75 depending on the pass they purchase.
2013 golf passes are available as follows:
• Platinum Membership, $2,049 – All the golf, carts, range balls and tennis you want. Locker included.
• Gold (Season) Pass, $1,250 before April 1 or $1,325 on or after April 1. All the golf you can play – no date or time restrictions.
• Silver Pass, $750 before April 1 or $825 on or after April 1. Pass is valid April 1 through June 15 (any time, any day), June 16 through Sept. 14 (before 8 a.m. and after 1 p.m.) and Sept. 15 through close (any time, any day).
• Punch pass (20 nine-hole punches), $625 before May 31 or $700 after May 31.
• Bronze Spring Pass, $299. Valid for golf any time, any date between April 1 and June 15. Pass can be shown between June 16 and Sept. 14 for a discounted rate of $75.
• Bronze Fall Pass, $299. Valid for golf any time, any date between Sept. 15 and close. Pass can be shown between June 16 and Sept. 14 for a discounted rate of $75.
• Junior pass, $185. Unlimited golf for qualifying juniors 18 years and under. Cart not available.
Passes are available for purchase online at http://www.aspenrecreation.com or at the Red Brick Recreation Center and Aspen Recreation Center. Payment plans are available for all passes except the Bronze Spring/Fall Pass and the punch pass. Fees must be paid in full by June 1.
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