8 Ways To Save Money on Golf

We’ve rounded up eight of our “Insider Tips” on ways to save money playing golf.

Walk the course. This is a great way to save a little money on your round and to get some exercise in. Don’t want to carry your clubs? Consider a pull cart.

Book online up to 30 days in advance, the farther you book in advance, the more money you will usually save.

We often offer special pricing during certain times of the year. Have you joined our newsletter? It’s a great way to be the first to know about any deals we have. Click HERE to get your name on the list!

Play in the afternoon. Afternoons are always less expensive than mornings. Our lowest rates can oftentimes be found after 12 pm.

Look for our “Daily Deal” online. We offer one after Noon each day, which can be booked up to 30 days in advance.

Purchase a City Play Card, and save 20% as a Senior or 10% as an Adult golfer

Consider Playing 9-hole Rounds. While most of us want to get in 18, a round of 9 can be equally as enjoyable. Arcade Creek can be quite the challenging course as well as our sister courses at William Land GC and the Express 9 at Bing.

In need of clubs?

Buy Used! The Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop carries a wide selection of used clubs. You can get top-notch equipment for less, and if you happen to have used clubs we do offer trade-ins all year round. We’re a member of the PGA Trade-In Trade-Up Program and use the PGA Value Guide as our bluebook for the trade-in values.

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