Golf Course

Nestled in beautiful Hobble Creek Canyon, Hobble Creek Golf Course is a regulation, 18-hole championship golf course with a pro-shop, snack bar, driving range, putting greens and chipping green. Provides golf enthusiasts an extraordinary opportunity to refine their sport, feed their passion for golf and enjoy the great outdoors.

 Soldier Hollow Golf Course offers a championship, 36-hole complex built on the mountainside above Midway. Two 18-hole courses named the Gold and Silver courses offer challenging play and amazing views of the Heber Valley.

 Crater Springs Golf Course at Homestead Resort, formerly Homestead Golf Course is still the only golf course in Utah attached to a resort under one ownership that includes guestrooms, restaurants and full service conference facilities!  Over the years the grounds have been expertly maintained and are beautful with mature trees and plenty of water features.

 The Cedar Hills Golf Club is a 6,604 yard, 18- hole, par 72 championship golf course nestled at the mouth of picturesque American Fork Canyon. While not exceptionally long, Cedar Hills provides golfers of all abilities a challenging, but very enjoyable round of golf.

 Fox Hollow Golf Club is one of the most challenging courses in Utah, but is mostly flat and easy to walk. Many mature trees and strategically placed bunkers make each hole both challenging and fun to play. Take in the scenery with the beautiful views of the Wasatch Mountains.

 Gladstan Golf Course is considered one of Utah’s best off-the-beaten-path golf courses. It is located in the foothills of Payson, Utah and Features two distinctly different nines. One nine has the feel of a links golf course while the other is a quite mountainous course. Natural oak brush and pine trees are prevalent on this course adding variety to the landscape.

 Spanish Oaks is an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course with driving range, putting greens, practice bunker, full service pro shop and snack bar with catering options. It is located at the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon just off U.S. Highway 6.

 Talons Cove Golf Club is situated on the northwest side of Utah Lake, it offers great views of Mount Timpanogos and the Utah Lake. It is the site of the 2005 & 2006 Utah Open. The course was designed by Gene Bates who designed the course in the Scottish Tradition.

 A championship caliber course, the Golf Club at Thanksgiving Point is 7,716 yards long and covers more than 200 acres, making it the largest golf club in the state. The club house is a beautiful 22,000 sq. foot building with a spectacular 18-hole layout with 10,000 trees and 55 acres of sand. For four years, golfers from all over the world have gathered at the most talked-about course in Utah, which is the home to the annual Sorensen’s Champions Challenge.

 The 18-hole Links at Sleepy Ridge course at the The Links At Sleepy Ridge facility in Orem, Utah features 7,017 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . Designed by Matthew E. Dye, the Links at Sleepy Ridge golf course opened in 2005. Gary Graham manages the course as the Director of Golf.

 The Ranches Golf Club is a spectacular 18-hole championship facility nestled in the hillside valley between Lehi and Eagle Mountain. Carved from the native prairie, the course’s 220 acres’ present golfers a true links-style experience. Created to play a challenging 7,050 yards from the back tees, yet offering multiple tee boxes to cater to players of all skill levels.

 East Bay Golf Course is considered an Old Style golf course, with water on 5 holes. Premium is placed on the tee shot on most holes, with length and accuracy both required to score well. Many trees and few bunkers with a beautiful view of the Wasatch Mountains. The Reserve features a spectacular 18-hole championship course and a 9-hole executive course.

 The Disc Golf course at Rock Canyon Park, just above the Provo Temple, has baskets are of very high quality (they were built by Martin Bohn), which catch the Frisbees very well. Although the course only has 10 holes, if you’d like a longer game, you can play the course forwards and then immediately after play the course again backwards, giving you a full 20 holes.

 The Provo Rotary Bicentennial Park is Provo’s premier Frisbee golf course. Its 16 holes, each with alternate basket placement, provide plenty of variety. It has some long fairways and some fairly technical fairways. The course plays around and through a large grassy park with BBQ grills, playground equipment, and a spring-fed pond. Trees and other obstacles make this course both fun and challenging.

 The Art Dye Park course is located in American Fork. It has 18 holes and a lot of trees. Plenty of trees/obstacles to navigate.  Be careful you don’t lose your Frisbee’s in the trees!

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