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Rates & Fees

 

Current Rates

Monday – Thursday

 

Association Rate**

Non-Association Rate

18-holes

$41

$52

18-holes *Senior

$34

$40

18-holes **Junior

$18

$18

18-holes Twilight

$32

$38

18-holes Super Twilight

$27

$30

Friday-Sunday and Holidays

18-holes

$52`

$62

18-holes *Senior

N/A

N/A

18-holes **Junior

$23

$23

18-holes Twilight

$38

$43

18-holes Super Twilight

$32

$35

 

Active Military Rate: 10% less than member rate with valid military ID. 

*Seniors (55 and over)
**Junior Rates (17 and under): Only available after twilight on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.

PLEASE NOTE: Prices DO NOT Include “Sales Tax & DuPont City Admission Tax”

Twilight starts at  11:30am in December and January, Noon in Febuary and November, 12:30 in March and October, 1:00pm in April, 2:00pm in May and August, 2:30pm in June and July, and 1:30pm in September. Super Twilight is 2 hours after twilight starts. Junior rates are not available until twilight starts on Saturday and Sunday.

Cart Fees:
18-holes – $16 (per seat)
9-holes – $9 (per seat)

Pull Cart:
18-holes – $5
9-holes – $3

Range Balls – $4 bucket

The Home Course Dress Code

The Home Course Dress Code is designed to honor the dignity and traditions the game of golf has enjoyed for centuries. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

The Home Course Dress Code requires that suitable attire be worn at all times. Suitable attire does not include tanktops, halter tops, cutoffs or clothing with holes or other unkempt clothing of any kind. Shorts are permitted but must be worn at mid-thigh length or longer. Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.

“SPIKELESS” SHOES

The Home Course is a “spikeless” golf facility. All players must wear spikeless golf shoes, tennis shoes or other similar shoes without a heel. Players are not permitted to wear traditional steel, ceramic tipped or metal spikes of any kind on their golf shoes. Failure to adhere to the spikeless policy may result in removal from club property and or forfeiture of future playing privileges.

RESPECT FOR THE GAME

The PNGA & WSGA conduct 23 regional and state amateur championships each year, during which contestants adhere to a dress code that emphasizes traditional, clean, and modest golf attire out of respect for the game and our host golf clubs.

The championship dress code requires suitable attire at all times, including shirts with collars for men, and shirts/blouses with sleeves or collars for women. Denim of any kind and short shorts are not permitted.

While our dress code for The Home Course is different than for PNGA and WSGA championships, we encourage all players to give it appropriate consideration.

Thank you for your cooperation!

The Home Course Staff

**Association Rate:  The Association Rate will be extended to all who are members of the Washington State Golf Association (WSGA) and/or Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA), PNGA and WSGA allied associations, as well as members of the Men’s Club or Women’s Club at The Home Course. (See below for further clarification)

WSGA 
Anyone that belongs to a WSGA Member Club and has an ACTIVE USGA GHIN Handicap Index.  To receive the Association Rate, you must show your USGA GHIN Handicap card when checking in at the golf shop.

PNGA –
Anyone that belongs to a member club and has an active Handicap Index or Handicap Factor of the British Columbia Golf Association (BCGA), Idaho Golf Association (IGA), and the Oregon Golf Association (OGA), are all eligible for the Association Rate.  To receive the Association Rate, you must show your Association Handicap Index or Handicap Factor card when checking in at the golf shop.

Additional PNGA Associations eligible for the Association Rate, include the Alaska Golf Association, Alberta Golf Association, and Montana State Golf Association, but only if your golf club is a PNGA member golf club. To receive the Association Rate, you must show your Association Handicap Index or Handicap Factor card when checking in at the golf shop.

Allied Associations
Anyone that belongs to a member club and has an active USGA Handicap Index of the Northern California Golf Association (NCGA) or Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) are eligible for the Association Rate.  To receive the Association Rate, you must show your Association Handicap Index card when checking in at the golf shop.

 

 

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