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Snowflake Municipal Golf Course


category : Golf Courses
The Town of Snowflake's community golf course consists of an 18-hole course, and a 9-hole course. Lush greens, the shade of cottonwood trees, and the sound of waterfalls make for a relaxing yet challenging round. Built on land donated by developers, the course is a community asset, and as such rates are kept extremely competitive to allow access to the course by all of the general public. Tournaments, clinics, and individual lessons from the Town's on-site golf pro are available. A nearby driving range, putting green, inexpensive cart rental, and restaurant and snack bar complete this one-of-a-kind community course.

A 7-day advance tee time reservation can be made at no charge by calling 1-800-600-9033. Because of the popularity of the course, and the "first come, first served" reservation policy, it is recommended that you call as early as possible in the summer months. The course can accommodate between 180-260 rounds per day during the months from June through August.


Address: 90 N. Country Club Drive
Phone: 928-536-7233

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Snowflake Monument

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Stinson Museum

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