Nebraska PGA
Golf Pass

Get access to Nebraska PGA Section facilities offering FREE & discounted green fees, cart rentals, and more!

Introducing the Nebraska Golf Pass

Get Started in 3 Easy Steps




01


Sign Up



Signing up is easy! $124.99 for 12 months of golf across Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. No need to signup every year. Just renew your subscription from the app.






02


Download the App



Using your iPhone or Android device, download our app in the App Store, sign in, and enjoy the benefits of this amazing program.







03


Go Play



Enjoy access to Nebraska
PGA golf facilities, offering
free and discounted greens fees, cart rentals, range balls,
and more.




Supporting the American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society® will receive 15% of every Nebraska PGA Golf Pass sold. The American Cancer Society’s mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. The American Cancer Society (ACS) is a nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer and diminishing problems associated with a diagnosis of cancer through programs of research, education, advocacy, and service. Founded in 1913 and consisting of two million volunteers, the society funds ongoing medical research by scientists who are studying cancer. In addition, the media and public rely on the society for statistical research and epidemiological data. Through the "Resources, Information, and Guidance Program," the ACS provides callers with information about cancer, ACS services, and other resources in the community that meet the practical, social, psychological, and other needs of individuals and families affected by cancer. The society also publishes guidelines that assist physicians in establishing appropriate recommendations for the prevention and early treatment of the disease. In addition, the ACS actively seeks to educate policy makers at all levels of government about the history of cancer and the impact of health-related legislation on the lives of people with cancer