Fox Hollow Golf Club is one of the most challenging courses in Utah, but is mostly flat and easy to walk. Fox Hollow is an 18-hole championship golf course located in American Fork, Utah. Fox Hollow Golf Club is 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 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. Par 72, 7,077 total yards,73 rating with 128 slope.

The course, designed by William H. Neff Sr., opened in May of 1968. The Valley course features 3,185 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35 and the Mountain Course features 2,870 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36.

The Links at Sleep Ridge is an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course measuring 7,017 yards from the championship tees. The golf course plays through the Wetlands of Utah Lake, featuring generous rolling fairways and challenging approach shots that appeal to golfers of all skill levels. However, the experience doesn’t end there. Sleepy Ridge also offers spectacular tournament and events facilities, full practice facility including a grass driving range tee, and mouth-watering food at Magleby’s.

Noted architect Steve McFarland, of the Ron Garl Design Group designed the course.

Noted architect Steve McFarland, of the Ron Garl Design Group designed the course.

Gladstan Golf Course is considered one of Utah’s best off-the-beaten-path golf courses. It is an 18-hole Championship Golf Course, 6981 yards and Par 72. 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. Gladstan also has a great food service operation serving golfers and banquet room guests.

Spanish Oaks is an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course with driving range, putting green, practice bunker, full service pro shop, snack bar, and reception hall. This course is a Mountain/Traditional style with Pencross Greens, Bent Trees, Bent Rough, and Bent Fairways. It is located at the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon on U.S. Highway 6. The facility consists of a full service pro shop and snack bar to facilitate your golfing and eating needs. The layout of the golf course was designed by two-time U.S. Open and Masters Champion Billy Casper. The golf course and driving range were both voted the 2nd best overall places to play and practice by Utah Valley residents in 2009.

The Reserve at East Bay, designed by William Neff, is a target-designed course that moves in and around miles of shoreline with acres of spectacular wetlands. The lakes and wetlands are a natural reserve for hundreds of species of North Tri-City is one of the most challenging courses in Utah, but is mostly flat and easy to walk. This 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.

Hobble Creek is a regulation 18-hole Championship Golf Course with pro-shop, snack bar, driving range, putting greens and chipping green designed by renowned Architect: William P. Bell. Golf Digest ranked this course 4 ½ stars out of five for Places to Play and calls it “one of the best values in North America.”

TalonsCove Golf Club is a par 72 links style course. The golf course is over 7,000 yards long and covers 160 acres. The course features 62 sand bunkers, undulating fairways, and a dual green that ties the 9th and 18th holes together. 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.