May 31, 2019

Salt Lake City Golf

Are you getting ready to visit Salt Lake City and looking to hit the links on your trip? If so, you’re in luck. We’ve got a list of the top Salt Lake City golf courses that you’ll want to to check out on your trip!

When it comes to golf courses in Salt Lake City, Utah, we've got a few favorites. These courses are must-plays during your time in the Beehive state. From inexpensive public courses like Glendale Golf Course to the 36-hole Mountain Dell Golf Course. We've compiled a list of the top Salt Lake City golf courses for golfers of any skillset.

Glendale Golf Course

First up on your tour of Salt Lake City golf is Glendale public golf course. Opened in 1973, Glendale has everything you want for inexpensive golf and a long driving range. With 36 holes and wide fairways, Glendale is a course that will make any golfer feel comfortable. With great views of downtown Salt Lake City from the ninth hole and you're sure to enjoy a beautiful day outside in the Utah golf scene. Complete with a full driving range, putting green, pro shop, and cafe, you'll feel right at home in this Salt Lake City hidden gem.

Glendale Golf Course Utah
Photo Credit: Glendale Golf Course

Glendale Golf Course at-a-glance:

Mountain Dell Golf Course

Another can't-miss course is Mountain Dell public golf course. Located between Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah, this highly-rated public course features 36 challenging holes, putting greens, and a driving range. One of the premier golf courses in the Salt Lake City public golf system, Mountain Dell features two courses, the Canyon and Lake, both with breathtaking views. Finish your round with lunch and a beer at the Sandwedge Cafe, and you'll be treated to a perfect day at one of the best Salt Lake golf courses around.

Mountain Dell Golf Course Utah
Photo Credit: Mountain Dell Golf Course

Mountain Dell Golf Course at-a-glance:

Bonneville Golf Course

One of the most popular Utah golf courses, Bonneville public golf course is a fantastic 18-hole golf course nestled along the east bench of Salt Lake City. One of the most challenging Salt Lake City golf courses, Bonneville is just five minutes away from downtown and offers beautiful city and mountain views. With 18 holes, an iron-only driving range, cafe, and practice greens, Bonneville Golf Course is a must-see during your time along the Wasatch front.

Bonneville Golf Course Utah
Photo Credit: Bonneville Golf Course

Bonneville Golf Course at-a-glance:

  • Greens Fees
  • 9 Holes: $19
  • 18 Holes: $38*Days and tee times may effect these rates
  • Phone: 801.583.9513

Stonebridge Golf Club

Moving to the west side of Salt Lake City we find the beautiful Stonebridge Golf Club. Stonebridge is a 27-hole golf course that features plenty of water and is considered one of the longest and most challenging courses in the Salt Lake City golf scene. This links-style course also has a full driving range, pro shop, and cafe.

Stonebridge Golf Club in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Photo credit: Stonebridge Golf Club

Stonebridge Golf Club at-a-glance:

  • Greens Fees (Walking)
  • 9 Holes: $16.50
  • 18 Holes: $33
  • Phone: 801.957.9000

When it comes to the best golf in Utah, Salt Lake City has so much to offer. While these are three of our favorite golf courses in Salt Lake City, there are so many more beautiful courses to play during your visit. Other courses and golf activities we recommend:

If you're looking for more that the Utah golf scene has to offer, check out our writeup on other Utah golf courses, St. George golf courses and the TopGolf Salt Lake City location.

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  1. […] The Salt Lake valley may not strike you as a golf hotspot, but did you know it has the highest number of golf courses per-capita in the nation. Many Salt Lake City golf courses are in prime location for easy access no matter where you are. Here’s a quick list of our favorites- for more information on these courses see our Salt Lake City Golf post! […]

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