A championship caliber course, the Golf Club at Thanksgiving Point is 7,714 yards long and covers more than 200 acres, making it the largest golf club in the state. Thanksgiving Point was ranked in the top 10 new public courses to play by Golf Digest.
This is an old style golf course with water on five holes. Premium is placed on the tee shot on most holes, with length and accuracy both required to score well. 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.
Featuring a western theme, The Ranches GC offers players a relaxing and enjoyable environment to play golf. The course is nestled in the hillside valley between Lehi and Eagle Mountain. The attractive links-style layout will both challenge and entertain you.
Talons Cove was designed by Gene Bates in the Scottish Tradition. Located on the West side of Utah Lake, the course features spectacular views across the lake to Mount Timpanogos. It's distinctive bunker design, generous fairways and four tee boxes make the course challenging and enjoyable for players of all abilities.
Hobble Creek Golf Course is one of Utah's top public courses. It was built in Hobble Creek Canyon, which is in Springville, and offers some of the best scenery in Utah. It has a unique golf course design that prides its difficulty not in distance but in accuracy. Don't miss playing it.