Our favorite budget golf courses across the United States
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Our favorite budget golf courses across the United States

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Our favorite budget golf courses across the United States

Golf is an increasingly expensive sport, especially when it comes to green fees. 

There are some courses that have gotten out of control, charging consumers astronomical rates. In a lot of cases, the experience of playing on these layouts doesn’t merit the exorbitant cost. 

Fortunately, there are still great courses available for play at a reasonable price point. Not all of them have the hype or history to match their more expensive competitors but they can be every bit as worthy—in some cases, we even prefer playing the “cheaper” layouts. 

Here are 15 of our favorite “don’t break the bank” golf courses across the United States. Some of these courses are on the higher end of the “low-budget” definition; some are just fun, affordable tracks you have probably never heard of unless you are a local. 

The rates below are based on guest adults playing 18 holes but all of the courses have various discounts for local residents, juniors, seniors or others. Rates may not include a cart. Click on each link for further information. 

We have no affiliation with any of the courses—these are just some favorites we have enjoyed. 

Have any great budget courses in your area? Share your hidden gems in the comments below. 

George Wright (Hyde Park, Massachusetts)

Rates: $50-$57 (MORE)

Credit: George Wright Golf Course

One of the standout municipal courses in the country, George Wright is named after the Hall of Fame baseball player who championed the growth of golf in the Boston area. The well-maintained Donald Ross layout is hilly and difficult but never feels unfair or contrived. It’s usually crowded, and there is no driving range, but few courses can boast this level of golf for less than $60. 

Rustic Canyon (Moorpark, California)

Rates: $34-$104 (MORE)

Credit: Rustic Canyon Golf Course

Just north of Malibu, Rustic Canyon is a dreamland for architecture nerds on a budget. Gil Hanse, Jim Wagner and Geoff Shackelford combined to design a course that is minimalistic, ultra-playable and interesting from a strategy perspective. The native barrancas and sagebrush form a gorgeous backdrop. 

Wild Horse (Gothenburg, Nebraska)

Rates: $61-$75 (MORE)

Wild Horse
Credit: Wild Horse Golf Club

Wild Horse may not be on the level of its more famous and exclusive neighbors but it does offer a believable impression of them. The layout is rugged, firm and fast with expansive fairways framed by fescue. Wind is expected and adds to the whole experience. Military can get on for about half the price of the normal rate. 

Royal St. Cloud (Kissimmee, Florida)

Rates: $30-$63 (MORE)

Credit: Royal St. Cloud Links

Florida deserves some criticism for unaffordable and/or poor public golf,but Royal St. Cloud in the Orlando area goes against that trend. Even at the height of snowbird season, you can play 18 holes with a cart for $63. It is a links style—as much as a course in central Florida can be considered a links—with fast greens, sand dunes and a solid routing. You can do worse for a lot more money. 

Warren Course at Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Indiana)

Rates: $42-$115 (MORE)

Credit: Notre Dame Athletics

There are many university courses that could make this list so we’ve selected two of the best. The first is Notre Dame’s Warren Course, site of the 2019 U.S. Senior Open. It’s a beautifully simple Midwest classic with tricky greens and a captivating mix of holes—some are wide open and others require accuracy as you navigate tree-lined fairways. Maintenance is superb and you can find some terrific deals at twilight and/or in shoulder seasons. 

Rawls Course at Texas Tech (Lubbock, Texas)

Rates: Dynamic Pricing ~ $39-$91 (MORE)

Credit: Rawls Course at Texas Tech

Sticking with the college theme, the Rawls Course at Texas Tech is an unexpected delight. Despite being nowhere close to an ocean, the wind-whipped Tom Doak course plays like a legitimate links. It is welcoming off the tee and has massive greens—but the Rawls is far from a pushover. The facility is one of the few that uses true dynamic pricing, regularly allowing cheaper rates for one of the nicest college courses in the country. 

Crystal Lake Golf Course (Lakeville, Minnesota)

Rates: $48-$78 (MORE)

Credit: Crystal Lake Golf Club

About 20 miles due south of Minneapolis, Crystal Lake is relatively short off the tee while offering an intriguing blend of holes. It won’t overwhelm golfers with difficulty—and the green complexes are forgiving with room to miss—but the consistent conditioning and playable nature of the layout makes it a favorite for locals. The back patio is a nice place to be on a summer evening. 

Bethpage Red (Farmingdale, New York)

Rates: $55-$100 (MORE)

Credit: Bethpage State Park

Bethpage Black gets all the headlines—and it has one of golf’s most famous signs—but Bethpage Red can hold its own. The Red is also an A.W. Tillinghast design but is friendlier than its more brutish sibling. Despite that, it is a layout with tons of sharp doglegs and sudden elevation change. It’s a little more affordable than the Black (which is a tremendous value itself) and you won’t get your teeth kicked in quite as hard. 

Buffalo Dunes (Garden City, Kansas)

Rates: $25-$30 (MORE)

Credit: Buffalo Dunes Golf Club

It’s difficult to get any cheaper than Buffalo Dunes, a windswept layout known for being one of the best munis in the heartland. The course has been going through an extensive renovation the past few years with trees removed, greens and bunkers rebuilt and regrassing of certain areas. The overhaul has actually saved money because of a reduction in water bills. Buffalo Dunes is in stunningly good shape given how little it costs to play. 

The Creek at Qualchan (Spokane, Washington)

Rates: $52-$56 (MORE)

Credit: The Creek at Qualchan

One of our favorite parts about The Creek at Qualchan is its $2,500 unlimited pass. Even in a short season, that is a great deal for avid golfers in eastern Washington. Framed by tall trees, the course has gentle rolling terrain, some quirky holes and surprisingly fast greens. The par-4 13th is one of the more bizarre holes you will find—it’s a steep downhill tee shot leading to a small green perched on a hill—but otherwise it is playable and fun. 

Corica Park South (Alameda, California)

Rates: $50-$99 (MORE)

Credit: Corica Park

The South Course at city-owned Corica Park is one of the cooler stories in municipal golf over the past 10 years. Inspired by the Australian Sandbelt region, the course was completely rebuilt in 2018 using 120,000 truckloads of dirt to raise the property—that is why you will find unusually firm conditions that complement welcoming fairways and large green complexes (8,500 square feet on average). The greens run at about 11.5 on the Stimpmeter, fast for a muni. Corica Park is a great model for interesting, sustainable municipal golf. 

Diamond Springs (Hamilton, Michigan)

Rates: $30-$70 (MORE)

Credit: Diamond Springs/Andy Johnson

Michigan is a top-tier golf state—we could probably pick any number of reasonably priced gems. We’ll go with Diamond Springs, a true hidden wonder just south of Grand Rapids. The course has generous fairways that are regularly mowed slightly higher than normal to make them more plush. Diamond Springs is tucked away into the trees but doesn’t come off as claustrophobic, giving the feeling of being out in the middle of nowhere. One of the great value plays in Michigan. 

Breakfast Hill (Greenland, New Hampshire)

Rates: $37-$61 (MORE)

Credit: Breakfast Hill Golf Club

Breakfast Hill is located near the Atlantic coast just south of the New Hampshire-Maine line. It recently hosted the New Hampshire Open and is a favorite of locals. The course is known for being in good shape, boasting firm greens and having a welcoming layout that isn’t overly challenging. One compliment you will hear a lot about Breakfast Hill: the customer service is as friendly as you will find anywhere. 

Tanglewood (Clemmons, North Carolina)

Rates: $37-$64 (MORE)

Credit: Tanglewood Park

Just outside Winston-Salem, N.C., Tanglewood is a Robert Trent Jones II design that underwent a major renovation in 2018. The previous iteration of the course hosted the 1974 PGA Championship. Tanglewood has a similar feel to Southern Pines Golf Club across the state—the greens are fast and you can’t get any better, given the price. Golfers in the Charlotte area should be willing to make the drive to play here. 

Veterans Memorial (Springfield, Massachusetts) 

Rates: $28-$45 (MORE)

Credit: Veterans Memorial Golf Course

It is hard to get a better value than Veterans Memorial in western Massachusetts just north of Hartford, Conn. The conditioning is remarkable for a course you can walk for $28. If you want a straightforward, well-kept golf course at a cheap price, this is a phenomenal option. 

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      Jim Zuccarelli

      2 months ago

      One of my favorite budget courses near Chicago is the Kankakee Elks Club in St. Anne. It was designed by Langford and Moreau, the same architects of the Links at Lawsonia, and the elevated greens are true works of art. There are only a handful of sand traps and one water hazard, but it makes no difference, this is a fabulous course and the weekend rate with cart is $50, well worth the drive down I-57 about 45 miles south of the city.

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      Mack

      3 months ago

      For anyone in the Twin Cities metro do not waste your time with Crystal Lake. I live a mile from that course and never play it voluntarily. Rarely even practice there because range is overused and if rain is in the forecast they move to mats only. Do yourself a favor and drive 15 mins farther south to Willinger’s in Northfield. Excellent track that has a good mix of holes and is a challenging, but fair and typically a much better pace of play. I think it is $5 more to play 18 on a weekend (but with range incl.) and has better twilight and senior/military on weekends.

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      Anderson Dave

      3 months ago

      Notice no AZ courses? There is a good reason, unless you are willing to play in 110 degrees, we have no good budget courses. Golf in AZ has become really expensive. 😕

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      Andre

      3 months ago

      I think the best deal in AZ is Francisco Grande. Especially when you consider the length of the course.

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      Ron

      3 months ago

      I would add Pacific Grove Municipal Golf Links to this list. It is known as the ‘Poor Man’s Pebble Beach’. The back 9 was designed by Neville who designed Pebble Beach Golf Links.

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      Nathan

      3 months ago

      Royal St Cloud was the choice for the State of Florida. (not in Kissimmee, it is in St Cloud)
      I have played this course about 30 times, and have also played many other courses in Central Florida. You picked the best of the best as far as value goes, but I want to make sure people understand something else. Most days it is better than $150 courses not because it is cheaper, but because it is simply better. 27 holes that are all fun and can test anyone, the third nine (Red) is very challenging when the wind blows because unlike almost every course in the area, the fairways are now super wide. Play all 27 if you can! All three nines have their own character. Right down the road a few miles is another absolute gem of a layout and MUCH tougher from the 4th or 5th set of tees is a course called Harmony Preserve. Add it to your trip when you go, especially if you like it rough lol. This place has some amazing risk/reward holes and is 7450 from the tips with a huge slope rating.

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      JL

      3 months ago

      Thanks for the recommendations! I am currently out in Southern California on a family holiday from Canada and I booked Rustic Canyon. Looks amazing for the money!

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      Steven Roche

      3 months ago

      I have to put in Triggs Memorial in Pawtucket Rhode Island.
      Classic Donald Ross design that both challenges and rewards. $65 with a cart is tough to beat considering the heritage.

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      Doug Hill

      3 months ago

      Michigan is blessed with many great courses but Diamond Springs is a nice choice. Played it many times. Always in nice shape and a challenge. Hard to beat a Mike DeVries designed course.

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      scott

      3 months ago

      Start north of Detroit drive north on I75 and play two different course a day for two weeks paying $80 a day or less and play great course. Or go to Florida, California on a weekend and it’ll cost you more for 48 holes on average golf course.

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      Mike

      3 months ago

      Missed The River Course at Virginia Tech

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      Peter Barber

      3 months ago

      If anyone is visiting Glacier National Park in Northwest Montana, check out Northern Pines Golf Course in Kalispell and (a bit of a drive, but well worth it) The Wilderness Club in Eureka, designed by Andy North and Nick Faldo, respectively. Both are really, really fun and always in excellent shape, and both fit into this price range (Wilderness at the higher end for sure).

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      Chuck Malesky

      3 months ago

      Pine Dunes in Frankston, TX take a look.

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      Jordan

      3 months ago

      Not a lot of love for PA but I’ll give a shoutout to Pilgrims Oak in Peach Bottom, PA and Moccasin Run in Atglen. Both are well under $100 for cart golf on the weekends during high season, both are walkable and have reduced rates as such.

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      Bob

      3 months ago

      Hickory Stick in the Indianapols area may be the best public course in Indiana. It is my favorite at $38 for seniors. An “Irish Links” style course that was and is everything I hoped for and more than I expected.

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      Kelly R

      3 months ago

      Wild Horse in Nebraska is an excellent call. Played there 2 years ago and was astounded at the quality of the course in the middle of nowhere. The middle of nowhere part is the drawback. But if you are going there during the summer/early fall, it’s an absolute must. Wildhorse Resort near Pendleton, Oregon (again, middle of where?) is also a gem and distinctly affordable, nearly always in fabulous shape, under $75 weekends with cart and less during the week. Pleased to read about the many other gems mentioned in the other posts.

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      Jerry

      3 months ago

      I played Wildhorse this past summer. It is a beautiful course. It was in excellent shape and is a great value.

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      Jay R.

      3 months ago

      George Young
      Iron Mountain, Michigan

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      D.B. Fairclough

      3 months ago

      Plantation Lakes, Millsboro, DE is under $100, and is PHENOMENAL.

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      Alex

      3 months ago

      Gold Mountain -Olympic (Bremerton, WA). Hosted a US junior amateur (some kid named speith won it), NCAA regionals, and US open local qualifers

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      Ryan

      3 months ago

      I was born not far from there. And youre right to point that gem out.

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      Joe G

      3 months ago

      Excellent course and very cheap!

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      Mike

      3 months ago

      I visit Chicago quite regularly (traveling in from Sweden) and last time I was there I played “Ravines” at Cog Hill. Just under 80 bucks in August if I remember it correctly. Very fun course, especially for me that isn’t a big hitter. We also played the more famous “Dubsdread” course at Cog Hill for twice the price, and I had more fun on Ravines.

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      Josh

      3 months ago

      No Wasatch mountain state park or soldier hollow both in midway Utah? This list is incomplete.

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      Nick

      3 months ago

      Both great facilities, but it’s a problem that Soldier Hollow Gold is not walkable and the Silver is not all that interesting. At Wasatch Mountain people tend to play the wrong one! The Lake is the much better golf course. The Mountain is visually stunning but as a golf course it’s forced and awkward in places – feels like exactly what it is: a 9 hole course with 9 more added that don’t really fit there, and you can’t walk that one either. A few other fantastic and affordable courses in that area: Mountain Dell – Lake (LONG walk and conditions are very muni, but it’s a great track); Park City Muni (same architect as Wasatch Mountain and a wonderfully playable and walkable layout – disclaimer: I’m biased, I play there several times every week!); Bonneville (former country club, great value). Plenty of others that are very affordable in SLC too, and a shout to one we lost that’s as big a loss as any: Wingpointe (fantastic, affordable track – you’ll see the remnants of it if you visit SLC just to the south of the airport).

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      chris

      3 months ago

      LOL, we walk them all the time, not even a big deal

      Riley

      3 months ago

      Both great courses. The park city municipal, as well. More fun than some of the privates around.

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      Sean Bravakis

      3 months ago

      I think the pic for Veteran’s is actually a photo of #2 fairway and #3 fairway/green at Franconia. Franconia is another muni owned by the city of Springfield – I prefer it over Veteran’s.

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      Steven

      3 months ago

      Veterans? I played this course a bunch as a kid and this was the home course for our college golf team. I’ve played this course maybe a hundred times in my life. I have to say I have no clue how it made it on this list.

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      Scott

      3 months ago

      Are you a Golden Bear too?

      I loved cutting that little entry form out every summer as a kid to play in the Daily Republican tournament there and Franconia, but only then and in college did I ever play there. It was ok I guess for if you are in Springfield and don’t want to leave city limits, but unless there has been major changes in the last 15 years the place is a track. Support the local muni though

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      Max Johnson

      3 months ago

      Some of these are within a days drive from me and I hope to check them out. I know it’d be really tough to get courses from every state on here, so lets crowd source a bit:

      For anyone coming to Northeast Ohio here are 3 worth your time:

      Fowlers Mill (Pete Dye) – Dye was conscripted by TRW to built a corporate course in the 60’s and now this is a public daily fee track. Weekend rates are getting up there, but you can play a weekend afternoon for $50 (or a weekday). Several great risk/reward holes (https://www.fowlersmillgc.com/)

      Manakiki Golf Course (Donald Ross) – This course has been owned by the local MetroPark system since the late 60s or early 70s – prior to this it was a private track. Ross was hired to build it in the late 20’s if I recall correctly. Weekend rates were $65 last season, iirc (https://www.clevelandmetroparks.com/golf/courses/manakiki-golf-course)

      Sleepy Hollow Golf – (https://www.clevelandmetroparks.com/golf/courses/sleepy-hollow-golf-course) – A Stanley Thompson design, and also owned by the MetroParks with the same pricing as Manakiki. Cut into the Cuyahoga River Valley, there are some spectacular views and the course itself is excellent

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      Steve.2

      3 months ago

      Played them when I lived there I hugely recommend them!!

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      Brad Haynes

      3 months ago

      Max, 3 great courses. And just a bit further south: Zoar Golf Club. http://Www.zoargolf.com

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      Haggerty

      3 months ago

      Not a Sleepy Hollow fan and I live right down the street from the course. Manakiki, Ellsworth meadows, Little Mountain, Pine Hills and Valley of Eagles are some of my favorites. MetroParks also just acquired Ironwood this fall so I will be keeping an eye on the that course as its a fun design but had drainage issues in the past.

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      MarkM

      3 months ago

      I’ll leave a shout out to RIVERDALE DUNES in Brighton, CO.

      It’s a Pete Dye design which held a Nike Tour (pre web.com & KFT) tournament a couple of years in the 90s.
      $54 on weekends with immaculate course conditions.

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      Bruno

      3 months ago

      See you there :-)

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      Josh

      3 months ago

      It’s a great course.

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      Nick

      3 months ago

      Fantastic course. One of my favorites in the Denver area, which is hugely underrated as a golf destination in general. Murphy Creek (hosted the Pub Links in 08 and an absolute beast set up for that!), Fossil Trace (as fun and visually interesting as they come), Green Valley Ranch (another Dye design, though not Pete, still hosts the Colorado Open) to name just a few that you can play for well under $100 with a cart.

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      Chris

      3 months ago

      Murphy Creek has to be my favorite course in the Denver area. Conditions are just as good as Arrowhead for half the price.

      Art Brien

      3 months ago

      I played murphy creek and fossil trace. Great courses. I like wellshire which is much cheaper and has some very challenging greens

      Mark

      3 months ago

      Hominy hill in colts neck nj. Robert Trent Jones design. Best muni in nj

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      Jerry Jerryman

      3 months ago

      Corica is well built and sand capped but the design is average at best. Easy to get a tee time because everyone is playing metro and monarch for half the price.

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      Andy Tynes

      3 months ago

      Good call on Tanglewood. The Championship course is a terrific course at a great value. And the Reynolds Course, which is also a nice track, is even cheaper. Both are in a beautiful setting. When I was a student at nearby Wake Forest, I could play the Reynolds course for $8, including cart, on any summer morning. Granted this was 1979, but still… a great deal. ;)

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      RC

      3 months ago

      How about a course with a history of PGA and LPGA tournament play for $24 (senior rate)? Rancho Park in Los Angeles is a great track. Difficult to get a morning time, but you’ll have as much fun as Arnie did when he took a 12 on one of the par 5’s (shamefully commemorated with a plaque).

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      Chuck

      3 months ago

      Pecan Valley and Breckenridge in San Antonio fit that bill.

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      Mike

      3 months ago

      Pecan Valley doesn’t exist anymore. Closed in 2012

      Bill Y

      3 months ago

      Nice list – spreading the love around the country- I’m sure there could be 100s of courses on this list. From a SoCal perspective I’d swap Soule Park for Rustic Canyon – same course designer (Gil Hanse), cheaper, better practice facility, fantastic views (the Topa Topas) and a terrific 19th hole – nothing wrong with Rustic which is a great track and certainly challenging but Soule is a true gem.

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      Morse

      3 months ago

      As a big fan of Rustic, I would love to try Soule Park. Thanks for the mention. Also in SoCal, if you don’t mind walking an executive nine is Roosevelt. Best views in Los Angeles of The Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles and the ocean on clear days. And a fun course! I think you can get on for $20 at twilight. During the spring and summer months, enjoy listening to the sound checks at The Greek Theater while you play.

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      Paul G

      3 months ago

      I’ve played the Warren course several times and it’s a top notch track. It’s a fun layout and always well maintained. If you happen to be in that part of the world check out the two courses at Purdue in West Lafayette. Pete Dye courses and also affordable.

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      Kip Howard

      3 months ago

      Breakfast Hill is located in Greenland NH. I’m not sure where Greeland is.

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      Tim S Hunt

      3 months ago

      North of Hampton NH, close Pease Air Force Airport and Golf course.

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      ROB PERSON

      3 months ago

      Nothing noted for Alabama I see. Here are a few in the SE section of AL. Most offer a Military/First responder discount as well. RTJ at highland oaks- 54 with cart (trail card or Mil/FR price) 3 championship 9 hole courses, +par 3 course (similar rates on MOST of the RTJ golf trail courses Alabama)
      HEADLAND CC, in headland Alabama. $25 with cart, honor system pay, cash or check, about 15 carts. A 9 hole farmland course, now.managed by one of the top greenskeepers in the state. It’s no pga course, but the greens are very well-maintained!!!
      The Bridges at Tartan Pines. 40-60 per 18 with Cart, or, pay 70 to play all day, includes a lunch ticket.

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      Bob

      3 months ago

      I have played Corica and it is nothing special. Better than it was before? Sure. Not a course I am actively looking to play again.

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      CryptoDog

      3 months ago

      Anything over $50 for a weekend rate is NOT budget

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      JL

      3 months ago

      Not everywhere is the middle of nowhere and the year is no longer 2001…..

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      CryptoDog

      3 months ago

      Walking rates, dude. Many Muni courses around the country within major metro areas are still $50 for walking. Not with cart. Any place that forces you to take a cart because it’s their policy is BS. And if it’s not “walkable” in reasonable, 4.5 hour round, is NOT a golf course, that’s cart-ball

      curtis

      3 months ago

      9 Holes?

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      Robert

      3 months ago

      No Lawsonia?

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      Phil

      3 months ago

      I couldn’t agree more!
      The best value in the Midwest.

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      Keith waier

      2 months ago

      I agree
      Go Bucky

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      Morse

      3 months ago

      Pacific Grove Golf Links, California.

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      Mike

      3 months ago

      Fyre Lake Golf Course in Sherrard IL
      About 1/2 hour east of Davenport IA.

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      Irv

      2 months ago

      Hey Mike don’t give our secret away!Its a great Jack Nicklaus design.

      Matt Miller

      3 months ago

      I love articles like these. I agree golf is getting to expensive so I love finding hidden gems like these. Thanks!

      Reply

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