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Frear Park Golf Season Passes Available for Purchase



Mayor Patrick Madden today announced that season passes for Frear Park Municipal Golf Course are available for purchase at the Pro Shop, 2701 Lavin Ct., Monday through Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm, and Saturdays, 8:00am – 1:00pm. 
 
Mayor Patrick Madden said, “Frear Park Golf Course remains one of the Capital District’s most popular golf destinations for players of all ability levels. With competitive prices and ongoing upgrades and improvements to the course, we’re excited to gear up for another successful season and look forward to welcoming golfers back to Frear Park this spring.”

Season Passes
Season passes are available at the following prices:
 
Senior (60 and over)
Resident: $600
Non-Resident: $800
 
Junior (under 18)
Resident: $375
Non-Resident: $600

Married Couples
Resident: $1,050
Non-Resident: $1,600
 
Single
Resident: $800
Non-Resident: $1,100
 
Troy residents qualify for daily discounts on greens fees with a Resident Recreational ID Card. Cards can be purchased at the Pro Shop for $25.00 with proof of residency (state-issued driver’s license, cable or telephone bill, etc.). Previously-issued resident ID cards are subject to annual renewal.
 
Additional info on Frear Park Golf Course’s 89th season, including opening day, will be announced shortly. For more info, contact the Frear Park Pro Shop at (518) 270-4553, Parks & Recreation at (518) 235-7761, or visit the Parks & Recreation homepage.
 

About Frear Park Golf Course
Originally designed as a nine-hole course which opened in 1931, Frear Park Golf Course was expanded to 18 holes in 1964, designed by Robert Trent Jones, one of the game’s greatest course architects. Enjoyed by thousands of players each year, Frear Park remains a great attraction for local golfers, with twenty-seven established leagues and over 46,000 rounds of golf played annually.

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