Sunday, December 6, 2009

Park City Golfer Now Blogging

15 courses whtin 30 minutes of each other...nice area for golf. Cool temperatures in the summer, and killer courses all close. Yes, a good portion are private, but there are ways to find yourself on the fairways of a private club. there a few great ones in Park City as well, Glenwild is a superb Tom Fazio layout, and one of my favorite golf courses to play. A wonderful walk, excellent holes and just the right amount of difficulty from the 7000 yard mark. A 8 handicap can have a nice time at that yardage and not get smoked by the difficulty of the course.


  1. I am a fourteen cap in Park City for July and looking for a game.

  2. How can I find my way to the private courses during July?

  3. Red Ledges was offering a package through Park City Hotel last Fall, not sure if they are running it currently.

    Promontory allows public play on the Dye course, just call em.

    You can perhaps enjoy some of the others as a prospective buyer, each property has different protocol for prospective buyers.

    Glenwild - no chance unless you know a member.

    Soldier Hollow & Wasatch courses are pretty darn good, don't count them out. Quality public tracks for $50 bucks!


  4. Brian, I will be in PC Aug, Sep. Renting a townhouse overlooking Park City course. Interested in playing golf while in the area. Our Son In Law is there starting a new Presbytgerian Chruch. They live in the Snyderville Basin area. Any ideas about golfing would be appreciated.