Or, one could purchase a pass anyway (finances permitting) even if you WON't make it out 20 times, just to help support Horning's Hideout, and for the convenience of not having to pay a green fee each visit... That is my reasoning for buying OR State Parks passes, PDGA memberships, discs I don't need, no-show tournament entry fee donations, etc.
Hi Marcella, with the season pass you don't have to pay the $3 each time you come here, you're covered for the entire year. We're a private park, we do a little of a lot of different things, disc golf, u-catch trout fishing, company picnics, weddings, camping and some concerts, so we try to keep our fees low and make it up in by having a lot going on. We currently have two 18 hole courses, and right now I'm working on thinning out the woods where the third course will go. For the $3 a day or season pass price you can play the courses as many times as you want, no limit.