Winter-season golf at the Divine 9 courses has been in full swing, with plenty of rounds already played through February. Now headed into late season play, spring golf is around the corner as the days get longer.
At Carson Valley Golf Course winter fees are in effect through March 11 with $30 rounds with a cart, $24 for 9 holes or $30 for unlimited twilight play after 2 p.m. After March 11 the spring green fees kick in, with $30 rounds of golf for walkers, $40 with carts or $20 and $26 for 9 holes and twilight fees begin at 3 p.m. for as many holes as you can play for $20 walking or $30 with cart. Junior golf season begins April 13.
The Lakes course at Genoa is in excellent shape. A round of golf at Genoa is running $49 for public play and $39 for locals. The Resort course is looking at an April 1 opening date. Spring golf rates haven’t been determined but we’re sure it will still be a bargain.
Meanwhile, Empire Ranch Golf Course continues its winter rates through March. Play the most golf for the best price, with 27 holes and a cart for $40 or $30 if you’re walking or play 18 holes for $30 with a cart or $15 if you’re walking.
Nestled against the beautiful Sierra Nevada in northwest Carson City, Silver Oak Golf and Event Center’s 18-hole championship course has ideal winter playing conditions. Their off-season rates continue through March, with Monday through Sunday green fees at $25 for 9 holes, $30 for 18 holes or $25 if you’re a member of the Acorn Club. Their 2013 spring green fee schedule will be announced soon.
Eagle Valley East and Eagle Valley West courses are experiencing ideal winter conditions with spring play officially beginning April 1. Winter rates for the east course are $30 for 18 holes with cart or $22 if you’re walking. The West course (18 holes and cart required) is $35.
Winter rates at Sunridge Golf Club continue through mid-April with spring rates kicking in April 15. Right now green fees are a bargain at $30 with a cart. Spring golf rates will continue to be a bargain at $35. Given Sunridge’s famed water holes and high desert doglegs, play always proves a challenge for golfers regardless of the season.
Dayton Valley Golf Club continues its winter season with green greens and sweeping fairways. The PGA Tour Qualifying Course is considered the most optimal course in Northern Nevada for winter play, which continues until April. Sunday through Thursday golf at Dayton is $30 a round and $35 on Fridays and Saturdays.
How many of the Divine 9 courses have you played this winter?