Brian Head Resort

Brian Head, Utah     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jon Grimes › June 30, 2012
My favorite course!!!! Why the hell is hole #7 a par 3???
-  +1 votes  + Ron Grimes › August 5, 2013
Tee box upgraded this year! Wood framed boxes filled with dirt, a big improvement from the logs and uneven ground from last year. This is a serious course, and playing at 11,000 feet is awesome!
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Ranes › July 24, 2019
one of my favorite mountain resort courses!
-  +0 votes  + Doug Smith › January 9, 2011
Big course at high elevation; Tee #1 is at 11,000 feet & total distance is 10,000 feet; Most holes are 400-600 feet & mostly down hill. Shooting Par (54) is a 990 rated round. Be ready for a 3-4 hour round and have rain gear; T-Storms pop up out of nowhere. Season - late June - labor day
-  +0 votes  + Markus Mika › September 25, 2011
Great course. Unfortunately the baskets are not the best quality so some puts may bounce out that would have stuck at other places. Course chews up your disc but it's worth it
-  +0 votes  + Richard Levine › June 7, 2011
Beautiful scenery and a great hike up and down. For an older amateur like myself, it's a terrific thrill to be able to throw over 400 feet (downhill shot)! If you're an average or beginning player, and you do nothing else at this course, try one hole downhill. Great fun.
-  +0 votes  + xaeLen n › July 29, 2013
very very long.
and raining.
also much colder than anticipated.
plus xaeLen feigned being terrified of ski lifts. his 4TH time on a ski lift.
-  +0 votes  + Shawn Moore › September 8, 2012
This course was very tough. It was windy and challenging. Pars were high. Par six and under. The tee's Need some tee pads.
-  +0 votes  + Adrian Meyer › August 12, 2014
Epic course with amazing views. This year the course was moved to the Navajo lift side instead of Giant Steps and it's much better terrain for a disc golf course in the new location. There are way more grassy fairways and your not hiking on rocks the entire time which is a huge improvement in my opinion. The holes on the front 9 are huge and challenging and then you ride the lift up again to play the back 9 and the holes over there are somewhat shorter and technical in some cases. Overall it ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dave K › April 13, 2014
Great course, very nice scenery, one of the funnest I've ever played. Only reason its not A+ is because your disc's take a real beating from all the rocks.
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