Top 10 Golf Courses in Utah
Blessed with 3 separate physiographic regions throughout the state, it virtually always has ideal golfing weather somewhere in the state, so you can play golf in Utah all year round. Naturally, given its remarkable desert landscape and mountain ranges, Utah is home to some of the world's most stunning golf courses.
Here are our picks of the top 10 golf courses in Utah that you definitely should visit.
10. Entrada at Snow Canyon Golf Course
The Johnny Miller signature golf course in St. George is a private 18-hole championship golf course open to members and guests only. This course offers a unique sense of delight and engagement inspired by breathtaking natural beauty. This is a 12000 square foot fitness center, surrounded by a beautiful landscape.
9. Salt Lake City Country Club
Salt Lake City still has the best club for golfing. The clubhouse and 18-hole championship par-72 golf course sit on 175 acres with breathtaking views of the mountain and are now home to more than 500 golfing members.
The club is located in the southeast of Salt Lake City, just 10 minutes from Downtown. They have a diverse range of golf events and social activities.
8. Park Meadows Country Club
Park Meadows Country Club, which first opened in 1983, is the only private golf and social club in Park City, Utah. The upscale park meadows area is where Jack Nicklaus's signature golf course is. Just minutes from the historic main street, you’ll find a newly rebuilt clubhouse, with a resort-style pool, and a fitness facility. Park Meadows Country Club is the luxury gathering spot for lasting friendships and family experiences, whether you’re a golfer or a socialite.
7. Promontory Club (Pete Dye Canyon)
The Pete Dye Canyon golf course, selected “Golf development of the year” by Golf inc. magazines, growing more gorgeous every year. The Pete Dye Canyon course offers championship golf at its best. This course, which is 7690 yards long, was built by Pete Dye to reward accuracy, while also making use of the rough terrain of Promontory’s hills and canyons. There are various tee boxes to accommodate golf players of all levels.
6. Sand Hollow Golf Course (Championship)
This course is in Sand Hollow Resort, and it was rated the best course in Utah for many years. It offers 18 holes of championship golf as well as a nine-hole links-style course that is walkable and follows the game’s early traditions. The championship par-72 golf course runs over 7,000 yards. Golf players of all abilities will enjoy playing in the Sand Hollow Golf Course, which has five tees on each hole. Since the fall of 2008, the course has been open to the public.
5. Promontory Club (Painted Valley)
Painted Valley is nearly 8100 years long, even at nearly 7000 feet elevation. Two of the par-4s are longer than 500 yards, while none are shorter than 400 yards. Water Hazards come into play on several holes of the course, notably on the back nine. And the course is kept in superb condition. Painted Valley Golf Course is one of the most difficult tracks in the world.
4. Tuhaye Golf Course at Talisker Club
Tuhaye Golf Club is a magnificent addition to the Park City golf hotspot, located about 15 minutes east of Park City, Utah. Mark O’Meara, a PGA golf professional, created this golf course. The golf course begins with a spectacular set of holes, notably the third hole, which is a stunning downhill par-5 hole, that is among our favorites in all of Utah.
3. Red Ledges Golf Course
The 18-hole Jack Nicklaus-designed course at Red Ledges offers breathtaking views of the park city region and the Rocky Mountains. The golf course's playing surfaces are made up of A1 bentgrass greens and Seaside II Creeping Bent grass on the tees and fairways. Golfers of all ages and skill levels may play on this course, which features four sets of tees, over 700 feet of elevation variation, and no two identical holes.
2. Victory Ranch Golf Course
The 18-hole Golf Course in Victory Ranch was originally designed by Rees Jones and spans 7,600 of High Country, with bentgrass greens and fairways, bluegrass rough, and tall fescue grass surrounding the perimeter. This course features a natural 400-foot elevation change, and it’s rated among the best in the state by Golfdigest, which will test your game while providing dramatic vistas of the Jordanelle Reservoir and the Uinta and Wasatch Mountains.
1. Glenwild Golf Club
Glenwild golf club is Fazio's original design in Utah. It’s an 18-hole 7500+ yards private facility and this golf course offers several elevation changes, exquisite conditions, spectacular mountain views, and championship length.
Although not too bunkered, the greens are adequately protected and the playing corridors are wide. Nonetheless, a golfer must be extremely precise with drive shots and putting in order to score well here.