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Your Guide To Golfing In State College This Spring

It’s that time of year again, folks.

The weather is getting nicer (for the most part), which means golfers everywhere are starting to hit the links at every chance they get. That’s no different here in central Pennsylvania.

Luckily for those in State College, the borough and surrounding areas offer plenty of golf courses for you to get out, enjoy the weather, and work on your swing. Here’s your guide to playing golf in State College this spring.

Penn State Blue & White Courses

Currently, only the Blue Course is open. The White Course is set to open soon, according to an employee.

Blue Course Rates — Monday To Thursday (Non-Peak)

  • 18 holes — $35 for public; $33 for students, faculty, staff, and alumni
  • 9 holes — $26 for public; $24 for students, faculty, staff, and alumni

Blue Course Rates — Friday To Sunday (Peak)

  • 18 holes — $49 for public; $45 for students, faculty, staff and alumni
  • 9 holes — $26 for public; $24 for students, faculty, staff, and alumni

White Course Rates — Monday To Thursday (Non-Peak)

  • 18 holes — $30 for public; $28 for faculty, staff, and alumni; $23 for students
  • 9 holes — $23 for public; $21 for faculty, staff, and alumni; $20 for students

White Course Rates — Friday To Sunday (Peak)

  • 18 holes — $39 for public; $36 for faculty, staff, and alumni; $30 for students
  • 9 holes — $23 for public; $21 for faculty, staff, and alumni; $20 for students

Golf Cart Rates — All Week

  • 18 holes: $19 per rider
  • 9 holes: $11 per rider

Driving Range

  • One token — $6
  • Two tokens — $9
  • Ten tokens — $37

You can find the rest of the rates for Penn State’s Blue and White Courses here.

Mountain View Country Club

All rates include a golf cart.

Monday & Thursday

  • 18 holes — $42
  • 9 holes — $20 until April 1; $25 after April 1

Tuesday

  • 18 holes — $36 cart
  • 9 holes — $20 until April 1; $25 after April 1

Wednesday

  • 18 holes — $55 before 1 p.m.; $42 after 1 p.m.
  • 9 holes — $20 until April 1; $25 after April 1

Friday To Sunday

  • 18 holes — $69 before 1 p.m.; $42 after 1 p.m.
  • 9 holes — $35

Every Day College Special

  • 18 holes — $32 with a valid College ID

You can find the rest of the rates for Mountain View Country Club here.

Skytop Mountain Golf Club (Opens April 1)

All rates include a golf cart.

Monday To Thursday

  • 18 holes — $50 until 2 p.m.; $42 after 2 p.m.
  • 9 holes — $30

Friday To Sunday/Holidays

  • 18 holes — $60 until 2 p.m.; $50 after 2 p.m.
  • 9 holes — $37

18-Hole College Special (Valid With College ID Shown)

  • $40 Monday to Thursday; $45 Friday to Sunday/Holidays

Driving Range

  • 40 balls — $7
  • 60 balls — $10
  • 90 balls — $12

You can find the rest of the rates for Skytop Mountain Golf Club here.

Toftrees Golf Resort

Toftrees Golf Resort uses dynamic pricing to determine its rates, meaning there are no fixed prices.

“At Toftrees Golf Resort, greens fee pricing is determined by thorough analysis of specific metrics, competition, daily utilization of tee times, day parts (a period of time during the day of high or low demand), weather and other factors,” its website reads.

You can read more about Toftrees Golf Resort’s dynamic pricing here.

Tussey Mountain Par 3 Course

It’s unclear when Tussey’s Par 3 course will be up and running this season.

Tussey Mountain offers a 9-hole Par 3 course for just $15 for adults and $12 for kids 12-and-under. Additionally, adults can play an unlimited amount of rounds in a day for $21, while kids can do the same for $18. The rest of the rates can be found here.

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