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Autumn Golfing In Mammoth

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Mammoth Golf ResortSnowcreek Resort

The Golf Season in Mammoth Lakes, CA is coming to an end. We hope you had a chance to enjoy the weather and the golf courses, Snowcreek in particular. Even though it is still nice weather in Mammoth at this point they need to start preparing for Winter. Snowcreeks Golf Course will remain open until October 8th so get out there and enjoy the course this season while you still can. For these last few days you can play 9 holes for only $25 after 1pm Sunday through Thursday. Two for Tuesdays are all still in effect during the last few days of the season. Golf Lessons are also still available during this period. Member Mondays, which is new for 2012, is also still going on these last few days. If you have purchased a 2012 Frequent Player or Unlimited pass, you may bring up to 3 friends with you on Mondays and they receive the Frequent Player green fee of $30 for 9 holes and $50 for 18 holes. This deal is valid on all non-holiday Monday all season long. Click Here to visit the official Snowcreek Resort Website and read more about the golf course, real estate, vacation rentals and other activities available in the area.

Mammoth Golf ResortsSierra Star Golf Course

At 8,000 feet above sea level, Sierra Star Golf Course is the highest golf course in California, allowing you to add yards to your drive. And with snow-capped peaks in every direction, winding mountain streams, lush wildflowers, fairways lined with Jeffrey pines and towering red firs and the occasional family of deer – you won’t find a more stunning golf course anywhere. Sierra Star will also be closing on October 8th for Winter preparations. For more information about the Sierra Star Golf Course please visit MammothMountain.com. It is a great website that has a ton of information about activities, lodging, rentals, etc.

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