(Vail)-The Vail Golf Club will extend its value season rates through June 30 offering golfers some of the best rates in the mountains. Golfers can enjoy 18 holes for $64 or 9 holes for $42, including carts. Those looking to walk the course will enjoy 18 holes for $45 or 9 holes for $30. Additionally, peak season pass restrictions will now begin July 1, instead of June 24.
According Vail Golf Club Director Alice Plain, the decision to maintain the current rates through the end of the month was made as a thank you to golfers for being patient during the wet, snowy spring. "Our early season play was cut short due to cold, winter-like weather," said Plain. "With the recent warm weather, the course is in great condition and it is the perfect opportunity to usher in summer while thanking our golfers for being patient during this spring."
Beginning July 1, rates will increase to $99 for 18 holes for $57 for 9 holes, including cart for guest play. Eagle County residents will play 18 holes for $79 or 9 holes for $52, including cart. Vail residents will enjoy 18 holes for $74 or 9 holes for $47 including cart. Twilight rates, which begin after 3:30 p.m., will be $57 for outside guests, $52 for Eagle County residents and $47 for Vail residents. Peak season rates will last through Sept. 7.
The Vail Golf Club, which is operated by the Vail Recreation District
, is nestled at the base of the Gore Mountain Range and presents golfers with a unique 18-hole, par 71 experience at 8,200 feet elevation. The golf club is open to the public and offers a full service golf shop, group and corporate outings, professional instruction, launch monitor, driving range, practice area, club storage, golf swing analysis, club rentals, demo days and an on-site restaurant, Happy Valley Grill