The Grand residents, owners or renters, can try the 150 Golf Club as a guest up to 3 times to see if it is a good fit for you. You can do so by emailing the Pairing Director at You must email the Pairing Director no later than the Monday before the Sunday you wish to play. Please include your name and the name of any others that might be joining you in trying the club. The Pairing Director will send a confirmation email letting you know which of the courses we will play on that Sunday and your tee time, if necessary.. 
Once you have been signed up to play as a guest, the following will be the process to follow for playing on Sunday. The club has a 12:45 start. Tee times are assigned most Sundays, with a shotgun start once a month.  Check the Club Calendar to see whether the round you are playing is a shotgun or tee time start. We only play nine holes. You stay on the nine in which you start. (example if you start on hole 7 once you play hole 9, you then go to hole 1 and play through hole 6).  Note that each player must present their CAM Identification Card at time of payment. 

Check in: 
  • For shotgun starts, there is a150 Club registration table  at the course we are playing. Check in with the registration table between 11:30 and 12:00. At this time you will receive your pairings assignment, the hole you will be starting on, a ticket for free range balls and the score card if not already out for your foursome.  Check in at the pro shop to pay for your round. If necessary, rent a golf cart. (It is advisable to check with your foursome on cart availability before renting one.)

  • For tee times, go directly to the pro shop to check in, pay for your round (and cart if
necessary), and receive your scorecard

  • A limited number of warm-up balls are provided free of charge for 150 club members and guests prior to the start of the round for use on the driving range. To receive your voucher for the practice balls you must check in 45 minutes prior to your playing time.

  • On days we have a shotgun start, a short informational meeting is held just prior to the start of the round. A club officer usually updates the membership on club news, special events and the play of the day. A club pro often updates us on course conditions, provides rules reminders and conducts a short clinic.
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