Park City Area Public Golf Courses

Park City Golf Club

1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive
Park City, UT. 84060
Tee Times: 435-615-5800

Park City Golf Club is a popular golf course in the area as it’s located in the heart of one of the most well known mountain ski destinations in the world. Many locals love playing this golf course because it is municipally owned – which keeps green fees affordable – and management keeps the golf course in nice playing condition once the snow melts and golf season gets into full swing. First built in 1963 as a nine-hole course, this player friendly William Neff design was expanded to its current 18-holes in 1976, enhancing a classic tree-lined layout.

The golf course with small, fast greens and tight tee shots, will test better players. Higher handicaps or even beginners will enjoy a round at Park City Golf Club with playable yardages very few forced carries, and 360 degree views of the ski runs of Park City Mountain Resort and surrounding mountains. Many players also enjoy the higher elevation adds a few yards of distance to a well struck shot.

Wasatch Golf Course

Lake Course
Mountain Course

975 West Golf Course Drive
Midway, UT 84049
Phone: 435-654-0532
wasatch golf mountain course
Mountain Course

Wasatch Mountain Golf features a wide array of the best equipment and apparel in the industry. Our friendly staff will also help you schedule start times, rent golf carts, and register before each round of golf. An excellent selection of clubs are available too! We offer chipping and putting areas and a driving range.

The Mountain Course is a classic mountain-style layout, carved from natural mountain contours. The first 9-holes travel 2 miles up the mountain and the back 9-hole bring players back to the clubhouse. Because of the nature of the layout, there is not a 9-hole option on the Mountain Course and motorized carts are mandatory. Along the way players experience dramatic elevation changes, and breathtaking vistas of the Heber Valley, often catching glimpses of roaming deer, elk, wild turkeys, moose, and other wildlife.

Resting on gentle terrain, the Lake Course is often considered to be the easier of the two courses. It has several shorter par-5 holes, which require accurate tee shots to avoid well-positioned stands of mature trees that line the fairways. Its season-long pastoral beauty, with eight lakes and ponds, offer just the right setting and make the Lake Course a favorite of High, Low, and No handicappers. It truly has something for every level of player.

Pro Shop – Practice Facilities – Cafe – Camping Accommodations

Soldier Hollow Golf Course

Silver Course
Gold Course

1370 West Soldier Hollow Lane
Phone: 435-654-7442
Midway, UT 84049

Soldier Hollow Golf Course at Wasatch Mountain State Park is a 36 hole layout that opened in July of 2004. The course is the work of Gene Bates, who has designed other courses in Utah such as Green Spring, Riverbend and Old Mill. The two 18-hole courses at Soldier Hollow were designed with different clientele in mind, although most golfers can play either. They are named “Gold” and “Silver” to reflect the Olympic Heritage of the site.

Its layout sits at some of the highest elevations of the complex offering stunning views of the Heber Valley below. The Gold Course is a typical mountain or foothills course with significant elevation change throughout the course and dramatic elevation changes within each hole. The vegetation on the course mirrors the surrounding native area vegetation, scrub oaks and native mountain valley grasses.

The Silver Course is the tamer of the two layouts. It is an open, parkland style design. The Silver Course has slightly shorter and wider fairways. It is a par 72 that is composed of six par 5’s, six par 4’s and six par 3’s. While flatter in elevation than the Gold, the Silver offers views of Mount Timpanogos that are stunning.

Pro Shop – Practice Facilities – Grill

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