The Killington Golf Course is scheduled to open daily Memorial Day Weekend
KILLINGTON, Vt. (April 24, 2013) – Vermont’s Killington Golf Course, a 6,186-yard, par-72 course designed by Geoffrey Cornish, announces 2013 season pass pricing and opening day of the 2013 season. Golfers can take advantage of an ace of a deal with an Unlimited Adult and Student Killington Golf season pass. Limited amount of passes are available.
For the 2013 season, Killington will offer an Unlimited Adult Pass (ages 19-64) for only $249 and Unlimited Student Pass (18 and under/full time college student) for $99. Unlimited passes are valid every day from May 24 to closing on October 14. Additionally, Unlimited Golf Cart Pass (all ages) is available for $149 and offers unlimited golf cart use seven days a week. Plus, golf season pass holders receive discounts on golf lessons, in the pro-shop, and at the Clubhouse Grill.
“Our goal this summer is to once again offer an affordable, consistent and comfortable place to play golf for season pass holders, our most loyal and valued guests,” stated Dave Beckwith, director of golf for Killington Resort. “This season, we are offering the best value on our passes that include great benefits, League Night and a variety of tournaments.”
The 18-hole championship course is situated at a 2,000 foot elevation, offering gentle mountain breezes and enjoyable temperatures even on the warmest of days. The Killington Golf Course is a full-service golf club, offering amenities such as rental equipment, cart rental, driving range, private lessons, playing lessons and golf school. Cart fees are not included in pass rates and may be rented per player for $12 (9 holes) or $20 (18 holes.)
The Killington Golf Course is scheduled to open for the season on May 24. All season pass sales are non-refundable and subject to 7% applicable state and local taxes. If passes do not sell out by June 13, 2013, prices will increase for adults and students.
About the Killington Golf Course
Killington Resort’s 18-hole course is designed to test players of all abilities. The 6,186-yard, par-72 course features mountainous terrain and challenges the most polished of players, while allowing novices to enjoy their game. The golf training facility includes a 12,000-square-foot practice putting green and 14-station driving range. In addition, there are pitching and chipping areas, practice sand bunkers and a video review center. For tee times, visit www.Killington.com or call 802-422-6700. Lodging reservations and information are available by calling 800-621-MTNS or online at www.Killington.com