Saratoga Hills

Lehi, Utah     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Ryan Ranes › May 8, 2015
3 baskets missing very windy no teepads so u make up your own course very open. The holes we made were very far. Its very easy to throw into someones yard so be careful. Hopefully someone will pull all the baskets and move them somewhere else.
-  +0 votes  + Phill Cardenaz › April 20, 2013
This course was a good idea, utilizing a small park for more than just a kids playground/basketball, but as previously mentioned there are no tees or any indication of where to drive from. The baskets are in good/decent shape (Discatcher). The day I was out there it was terribly windy and the last few baskets are played in a narrow area, which could be dangerous with nearby homes. I happened to be in the area but DO NOT make this a destination course, as there are better rated courses on the ...
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-  +0 votes  + James Smith › July 10, 2013
As already mentioned. Very windy and narrow. There is no course map that I know of. I just played along the edge though it was still confusing. They have replaced the 3 missing baskets which are not labeled. There is a 10th basket about 30ft North of the parking lot. This would be used for putting practice(I would think) since it is only 15ft from where you tee off for hole 1. The tee for hole 1 is an earth dirt pad(the only tee with a pad). The first hole throws along/over the basket ball c ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jared Terry › July 21, 2015
This course is only so so for me. It's pretty short. Plays across many areas where kids are playing. Course layout was not very clear. No signage or tee pads. Also plays really close to some houses.

Probably a good course for little kids who won't throw very far. The whole course is grass and well maintained.
-  +0 votes  + Isaac Gerke › June 2, 2014
This is a great place to go practice, for locals of the Saratoga Springs/ Eagle Mountain area, but wouldn't be worth a drive for anyone closer to any other great Utah courses. It is in a nicely maintained (usually) park that is owned by the neighborhood's HOA. There are no tees, like already mentioned- you are supposed to tee off anywhere BEHIND the basket you just shot into, except hole 1, which tees on a dirt patch next to the sign explaining play, north of the pavilion/basketball court. Some ...
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-  +0 votes  + Trevor S › April 26, 2015
I am quite partial to this course because it is very close to my home it's a great course for practicing all baskets are now in the ground due to a recent scout project( although that's all they did, and could gave done much better but I believe the kid was too lazy) all in all a fun place
-  +0 votes  + Ken Williams › August 12, 2015
Nice little course, like the openness and ability to mix it up if desired. No launch pads, nor map on site (had to use one from dgcoursereview) made it tough. Would definitely play again.