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Time to get an Aspen golf pass

Aspen Times staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – It might be difficult thinking about swinging the golf club when visions of face shots from this past weekend’s powder are still etched in our minds. But if you want to save a buck on the links this summer, you better change courses.

The deadline for purchasing discounted golf passes at the Aspen Golf Club is four days away. You have until Thursday, April 1, to purchase your golf pass and save big.

Before April 1, the regular, full-season pass is being offered for $1,000 – a savings of $200.



Also on sale is the new Silver Pass, which entitles golfers to unlimited golfing between April 1 and June 15, and Sept. 13 to the closing of the course. Silver Pass holders can golf before 8 a.m. and after 1 p.m. between June 16 and Sept. 14. Before April 1, the Silver Pass is $595 – $55 off the regular season price.

There’s also the “Platinum Membership,” which includes all the golf, carts, range balls, and tennis you want all season long for $1,899.




Other options include the seasonal Bronze Spring and Fall passes at $299. The Bronze Spring pass is good for unlimited golf between April 1 and June 15. The Bronze Spring pass can be shown between June 16 and Sept. 14 for rate of $52.50 after 1 p.m. The Bronze Fall pass is good between Sept. 15 and the closing of the course.

This year you can pay for your passes on a payment plan. Pay half of the pass price before April 1 and pay the remaining amount by June 1. The offer excludes the Bronze spring and fall passes.

The 20-punch pass will remain the same price throughout the season, which is $525. Punches may be used on other guests seven days a week after 1 p.m., and the pass holder must be present.

All 2010 passes include 25 percent off carts and discounts on range balls, merchandise, clinics, and lessons. Range balls will be $5 for a small bucket and $8 for a large bucket. Last year, they were $6 and $9 respectively. Also, pass holders will receive 10 percent off merchandise in the pro shop and 20 percent off on clinics and lessons.

And after 1 p.m. on any day, friends of pass holders can play 18 holes for $52.50.

When the course opens is up to Mother Nature. Aitken said the snow melts quickly on the exposed course and it can open within a few days of dry coverage. Last year the course opened April 19.

A complete list of passes and pricesand how to purchase yours can be found at http://www.aspengolf.com.

Purchase a pass online at http://www.aspenrecreation.com or by visiting us at the Red Brick Recreation Center Monday through Friday, or the Aspen Recreation Center seven days a week.

For more information on the Aspen Golf Club pass sales visit us at http://www.aspengolf.com or call the Red Brick Recreation Center at 970-920-5140, or the Aspen Recreation Center 970-544-4100.


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