+1 votes Ryan Ranes › April 7, 2011
i love playing at this course not very busy lots of wide open shots mostly putters and zephyrs a fun course for night rounds. Great course to practice your drivers around 260 feet with hole 11 16 and 18 very far holes 311 uphill and the other two are 389 besides all other are under 310 feet
+1 votes Jay Kovach › October 29, 2010
good use of land nice course, elevation changes. Lost a tie dye Discraft flick on hole 2 in those brutal pines.
+1 votes Dave Rasmussen › June 13, 2011
Great course. Lots of elevation play on the back 9. Can be a bit windy at times, but pretty fun.
+1 votes Christopher Knowlton › November 21, 2011
+1 votes Jared Kastleman › April 10, 2012
Beautiful course with the Salt Lake valley sprawled out in front of you. Good baskets, great practice area, good tees, good signs. Excellent use of elevation changes and trees. Used to be a ball golf course and retains some of the features like sand traps. Well maintained with excellent access to TRAX. Perfect for students. Exposed to windy conditions, many short holes and a few longer holes as well as a few blind pins to keep it interesting. The many up hill and down hill shots make this course ...
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Beautiful course with the Salt Lake valley sprawled out in front of you. Good baskets, great practice area, good tees, good signs. Excellent use of elevation changes and trees. Used to be a ball golf course and retains some of the features like sand traps. Well maintained with excellent access to TRAX. Perfect for students. Exposed to windy conditions, many short holes and a few longer holes as well as a few blind pins to keep it interesting. The many up hill and down hill shots make this course something special. Update: It looks like the entire back 9 is being ripped out and turned into a multimillion dollar facility. There is a sign at hole 1 that says they are looking for another location for the 9. We will see. Tragic.
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+0 votes Gary C › September 23, 2010
Thanks to the University of Utah for this great course, built on a former ball golf course site. Very civilized and convenient by the University Medical Center and its Trax train stop. May be on the short/easy side for some, but perfect for me with large grassy areas and good signs on front 9.
+0 votes sean kelly › September 23, 2010
+0 votes Jackson M › September 30, 2010
Great course for beginers unless you have to climb a tree. I have alot of fun there and its a great course for night disk golf
+0 votes Tony T2 Martinez › October 15, 2010
+0 votes Colby Eubanks › December 29, 2010
+0 votes Timothy Cornelissen › April 28, 2011
+0 votes Josh Sewell › September 10, 2011
+0 votes Stu Jensen › June 27, 2011
Been a while since I played this course. It could use a few longer holes, but I don't see the room to do it. The signs are nice, but may be a bit off on distances. Well maintained grassy park is very nice to play on. Plus decent pads. I enjoyed it very much.
+0 votes Remi Barron › July 27, 2011
+0 votes Jason Lody › July 29, 2011
Great layout with elevation changes and tree locations. Great Signage! FYI: University parking is not enforced after 6 PM.
+0 votes Rusty Belnap › September 1, 2011
+0 votes Shaun Reeve › September 9, 2011
Way chill beginner friendly course. Bunch of diverse holes but not too challenging.
+0 votes Karina Mutha Huckin'-Nowels › September 16, 2011
GO UTES! PAC 12 BABY!!!! short and sweet course. It's is nice to mix it up now and then and play the U of U....never too busy when I have played, nice view of the valley as well. Can be windy as f*ck, so over stable on blustery days is a must. If you want a short quick round and to feel like Hercules this it is perfect for that!
+0 votes William S Bauer AKA Billy Badass › September 19, 2011
+0 votes Jake La "Putt" ka › April 15, 2012
18 hole course: A rating. With the back 9 gone, this course is mediochre and easy, probably only worth it if youre less than 15 minutes away, especially when you have to pay to park
+0 votes Ryan Barber › June 17, 2012
Great course. bummer the back nine are gone
+0 votes Nick Thorne › September 23, 2012
+0 votes Max Collins › November 1, 2012
Not much of a challenger course and only 9 holes but beautifully up-kept and a good place to play a speed round. I also live on campus (30 seconds away) which makes it very convenient.
+0 votes Phill Cardenaz › May 18, 2013
Great 9 hole, disappointing knowing that the course was once an 18 hole course, leaving a sense of an unfinished course after only 9. Very well taken care of. I would imagine that playing weekdays would be crazy with the parking options available, however on a Sunday there were no issues and only other disc golfers there. Trax drops off just to the north of the course.
+0 votes Fred E › June 15, 2013
As a beginner, this by far is my favorite course. The baskets are not to far apart and there isn't too much walking. If you get tired you can sit down at the seventh basket. There is a trail that the students like to walk down that runs thru the middle of the park. I think that you should be able to call it a birdie if you peg one of them in the head
+0 votes Jacob S. › March 30, 2014
Sweet groomed course. A fun 9 holes, easy to navigate. Nice signage and concrete pads.
+0 votes Quin Dixon › October 6, 2013
A well-maintained course with nice enough grass that you don't need shoes.
+0 votes Adam Koozer › June 12, 2014
Great classic open course
+0 votes Scott Brass › September 12, 2014
Short 9 hole course. Baskets never change. For the most part this course is flat with some technical challenges. Can be played solo in 15 minutes, due to the very short nature of this course.
+0 votes Carsen M › March 28, 2015
+0 votes Collin Anderson › June 9, 2015
I learned here, so I'll always enjoy this course. It's nothing special, but it's a great course for beginners. It's not usually extremely crowded like Creekside, and it has some great views.
+0 votes Cache Crnkovich › April 7, 2015
Fun easy 9 hole par 3 course that surprisingly doesn't get old, at least not for me. I have easily played hundreds of hours here.
-1 votes Corinne Larsen › September 15, 2011
-1 votes Eric Heaps › September 17, 2011
Fun course, but if you are out of shape like me, the hills on the back nine will kick your butt. But overall I'm glad I made the trip to play.