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Golf courses set closing dates, prices

Breckenridge resident Dick Bauder launches a drive straight down the middle of the sixth fairway on the Beaver course Ñ his ball seen directly over Bald Mountain.

SUMMIT COUNTY – As the leaves fall, so do golf prices. The courses in Summit County have all dropped their rates and have set closing dates.

* Breckenridge Golf Club will close Oct. 12. For 18 holes without a cart, it’s $55 to play, while playing with a cart is $70. Twilight rates begin after 2 p.m. and are $50 with a cart. Before 1 p.m. on weekends, carts are required.

* Copper Creek Golf Club will close Oct. 12, a week later than normal. Copper Creek is offering a Colorado Players Club which, if you join, rates start at $19. The daily rate is $39 Monday through Thursday and $49 from Friday to Sunday.

* Keystone Ranch Golf Course is closed for the season.

* Keystone River Course will close Oct. 12. For now, it’s $65 before 2:30 p.m. and $50 after. The price includes a cart and range balls.

* Mount Massive Golf Course in Leadville is closing Oct. 12. It’s $18 for nine holes and $28 for 18. Show up with the course’s advertisement after 1 p.m. and the rate lowers to $10. Show up with any ski pass, and the rate lowers to $13.

* The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks will close Oct. 19. From Monday through Thursday, 18 holes cost $69, while Friday through Sunday rates are $84. After 1 p.m., the rates lower to $59. All prices include a cart and range balls.

For those wanting to play while the snow falls, there are a few options: The Battlement Mesa Golf Club in Parachute offers 18 holes for $39 with a cart and $29 for nine holes with a cart. The course only closes in January.

Also, the Cotton Ranch Golf Club in Gypsum has not set a closing date, yet.

The course is offering a deal for two rounds of 18 holes for $90 and one round for $50. This includes a cart and range balls.

Ryan Slabaugh can be reached at (970) 668-3998, ext. 257, or at

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