Spanish Fork DGC

Spanish Fork, Utah     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Ryan Ranes › April 7, 2011
B+
if u want to come to a course to work on your distance this is the course bring the most overstable discs in ur bag cause it does get very windy. Very wide open never gets crowded. Discs get chewed up pretty bad here. But very long windy course.
-  +1 votes  + Jared Terry › April 15, 2013
B+
Course layout has changed. I love the elevation changes on this course. Some really long holes that cater to big arm throwers. No trees to get in your way, but an occasional telephone pole might try (hole#5). Only things I don't like about this course is the wind can be pretty bad at times. Also the rocks! Bring your Vibram discs or more durable plastics to avoid too much damage. The course was closed for a while. Now that it is open again for play, the layout has changed a little bit ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jared Kastleman › December 13, 2011
A-
Great course, excellent signage (except it looks like the signs were never properly installed and a few have fallen off and are sitting on the ground), awesome chainstar baskets, multiple tees. Exposed to windy conditions, there is moderate and well placed elevation change and no trees. There is a Beginner, Intermediate and Pro scoring system which is highlighted on the tee signs. Some par 4s and par 5s come into play depending on how you choose to score. So eagle opportunities could come up. Al ...
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-  +0 votes  + bear ness › June 13, 2011
B+
Great layout, Excellent signage with Pro/Am pads and Pro/Int/Am pars marked on each. No Trees, excellent use of an old gravel pit, can be windy
-  +0 votes  + Brian Rubio › June 25, 2011
A-
open, lots of fun, just a lot of weeds
-  +0 votes  + Steve H › June 27, 2011
B+
This was my first time playing this course. The course had a great layout. Great tee pads, great maps, great variety and elevation changes. It was pretty windy, which made the long holes really tough, but overall a well-designed course. A local church group was weed whacking and mowing while we were there, which was really nice. Too bad there were so many of those arrow-shaped pointy weeds that get in your shoes and socks.

There aren't many trees or much shade, so bring lots of water.
-  +0 votes  + Greg Lemon › August 5, 2011
B-
Hot, windy, no shade, no landscaping. But we play it anyway.
-  +0 votes  + J.D. Clements › April 1, 2013
B
-  +0 votes  + Anthony Fordiani › April 11, 2014
B-
I think its a good and fun course besides all the weeds. Its very open and lots of hills. There are no trees so bring water. They also have very nice tees.
-  +0 votes  + James Smith › April 16, 2013
B
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Anderson › April 16, 2013
B
-  +0 votes  + Vince Fordiani › April 26, 2013
C+
Hole 17 and 18 were not there. If they were I would rate the course a B-.
-  +0 votes  + 9th S › April 30, 2013
B
1st hole was full of water. Wind picked up mid game, and a lot of rocks.
-  +0 votes  + Mikey D › May 6, 2013
B+
nice long holes.
-  +0 votes  + Matt Robertson › May 7, 2013
A-
I really like the lay out of the course. The only think I don't like is the weeds are starting to grow and it's not fun walking through them or trying to find your discs in them.
-  +0 votes  + Trent C. › March 26, 2014
A-
-  +0 votes  + Jacob S. › April 7, 2014
A-
Not the prettiest course, but its pretty damn big. Multiple concrete tees, nice baskets, and some really long holes. A little bit of everything as far as blind shots, dog legs, elevation, etc.

It can get a bit windy though.