City Club Memberships

A flexible way to save on golf, where members receive $4 off every 9-hole round, $8 off every 18-hole round, and $4 per small bucket member rates.

Available for purchase online or in golf shops.

Season Passes

Available for purchase online or in golf shops after March 1, 2024 

Existing Birdie, Double Eagle, and Junior Annual pass holders: Your pass will remain valid until the expiration date listed in your profile. If your pass expires during the 2024 season, you can purchase a prorated City Pass. More information will be provided in March 2024.

Existing LoyalTee Members: Your membership will be rolled into the City Club or Senior City Club program effective immediately and will remain valid through the date listed in your profile. View a complete listing of City Club and Senior City Club rates here.


Restrictions and Additional Information:

Prices updated as of January 1, 2024. Golf passport programs and purchase prices are subject to change annually. Golf gift cards may not be used toward the purchase of any passes. 

City Passes and City Club rates are not valid before 2:00 on weekends. If playing 18 holes, the original reservation time determines the assigned rate for the back 9 regardless of the turn time.

All players must book a reservation either online, over the phone, or in person at one of our golf shops. Additionally, all players must check in with a staff member before starting their round.

All reservations are subject to our Cancellation Policy. If the pass holder or any member of their reservation fails to inform the golf course about any change in the number of players in their reservation before the cancellation deadline (2-hours before your scheduled tee time), the applicable no-show fee will be charged to the pass holder’s credit card on file.

City Passes may not be used during tournaments or group outings. In certain situations, such as severe weather or unplayable conditions, golf courses may be closed or golf carts may not be available for rental.

As of January 1, 2012, 9% of each Golf Passport sold will be allocated to a dedicated Golf Capital Improvement Fund to be used exclusively to complete improvement projects at Salt Lake City’s golf courses. All other golf revenue stays with the golf courses to fund operations.