+2 votes Cody Nebeker › September 23, 2010
What more could you want? the place is amazing!
+2 votes Dave Roper › September 23, 2010
Solitude is a world class mountain disc golf course. There is a ton of elevation change with most holes going downhill. The course is difficult and discs are hard to find. Finally, hole 18 is epic.
+4 votes Ryan Ranes › November 19, 2010
a fun course lots of downhill shots very fun course i wish i could of went up more this year hole 18 is worth the hike!
+2 votes Gary C › September 24, 2010
+2 votes Pat Linden › October 7, 2010
Great course gorgeous, one of the best i've played!
+3 votes Derek Yanez › September 29, 2010
SOLITUDE! This mountain resort has it all, the monster downhill shot on #18, beautiful scenery, gorgeous women (if your'e walking by the pool). DOPE!! DOPE!! DOPE!!
+1 votes Rustin Pomeroy › September 29, 2010
+3 votes Jay Kovach › October 7, 2010
Someone already said it all EPIC!!! enough to make me want to move to Utah plus the people are nice.
+1 votes Doug Smith › January 9, 2011
One of the Best Mountain courses around. Great tee pads, but keep an eye on your discs or you may never see it again.
+5 votes "Big Wave" Dave › January 25, 2011
World Class epic course. Keep your eye on your disc.
+3 votes Scott Keller › April 21, 2011
This place is AWESOME! Use Orange plastic whenever possible, bright orange is easiest to find. Good hiking shoes a must!
+3 votes Stu Jensen › July 10, 2011
Amazing course! Uphill, downhill, left, and right hooks. Great tee-pads on every hole. Good signs with accurate measurements.
+2 votes sean kelly › July 11, 2011
+3 votes Markus Mika › July 11, 2011
-3 votes Mak ALA stack dollas › August 10, 2011
-7 votes Michael Suchoza › April 18, 2013
It's almost time! Can't wait for this course to be ready for the season!
-3 votes Steve H › August 29, 2011
+2 votes Shaun Reeve › September 9, 2011
Best course ever!! Many downhill holes. Hole 18 is the best hole in disc golf!
+1 votes TJ "T-Rexxx" Smith › September 24, 2011
Sick course its a ways of a drive but totally worth it recommended but go with people and use spotters for discs typical to loose them and at such a high altitude that's discs fly like they are all stable even more so of they are o er stable awesome place
-4 votes Remi Barron › September 26, 2011
+2 votes Jared Kastleman › December 23, 2011
27 holes of Epic Mountain Golf set in a gorgeous environment. Extreme elevation changes, uphill and downhill, plenty of trees and well established fairways with multiple pin placements. Holes require thought and precision throws but also power. Many long holes require careful spotting. Many times you loose your disc because it simply becomes too small and disappears from your vision. If thrown right discs can fly for 10 seconds or more on some of these holes. Hole 18 is one of the great holes in ...
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27 holes of Epic Mountain Golf set in a gorgeous environment. Extreme elevation changes, uphill and downhill, plenty of trees and well established fairways with multiple pin placements. Holes require thought and precision throws but also power. Many long holes require careful spotting. Many times you loose your disc because it simply becomes too small and disappears from your vision. If thrown right discs can fly for 10 seconds or more on some of these holes. Hole 18 is one of the great holes in disc golf. The only drawback, which is a major one, is seasonal play. Unforgiving and monstrous, Solitude hosts one of the greatest courses not just in Utah but in the world.
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+2 votes JP Pulley › March 21, 2012
Best course ive personally played. The guy who gave it an F wasnt prepared for what the course is which is a MOUNTAIN course. Be prepared for atleast 4 hours. Take lots of water, snacks and good hiking shoes and you will be fine. Keep an eye on your discs. I always make sure when i throw everyone is watching and do the same for others.
-3 votes Mikey D › June 23, 2012
-4 votes Brodey Hansen › July 29, 2012
-1 votes J jackson › August 1, 2012
best course in utah and it's out of the city so not to hot in the summer! hole 18 is 1200 ft!
+2 votes Jake Montoya › August 13, 2012
Awesome course and a good hike. Can't wait to hit this course again!
+5 votes Bo Hicks › September 3, 2012
Don't know how it could be anything else well maintained,great layout,and just well put together. One of my favorite courses now couldn't believe how well upkept this park was..
-4 votes Andy Hall › September 14, 2012
+0 votes Chris N › May 13, 2013
The Air...the view...the solitude...oh ya and the thrill of launching discs off a mountain!!! Do not bring anything but pink and orange plastic and don't even think about bringing that one your girl gave you for your birthday. Good shoes and a few beers help a lot.
+1 votes John "SmokenTrue" furse › June 24, 2013
-1 votes Shane McBane Hudspeth › July 13, 2013
+1 votes Rory McQuaid › July 22, 2013
+1 votes Jeff Schneider › July 22, 2013
-1 votes Tony T2 Martinez › July 28, 2013
+1 votes Jacob S. › March 30, 2014
This course is nuts. Its huge and worth the lift ticket to get there. So many cool holes (like signature 18). The alphabet is quite the workout as well. You could spend all day here easy.
-1 votes Ryan Sperry › August 10, 2013
Best course in Utah! Love it!
+1 votes Brad Anderson › August 18, 2013
-1 votes Layne West › August 19, 2013
Great course once you get used to throwing straight down its awesome. Discs will fly way stable so bring straight fairway drivers orange is best. No need to worry about distance it's more about control. 10 bucks is expensive but it's a short hike in from up top.
-1 votes Cassidy Houdeshel › August 24, 2013
Practically perfect wether. A very well paced round with almost no delays, especically for tourney play.
+1 votes James Smith › September 18, 2013
+1 votes Zackariah "Zackamanjaro" McEgan › February 28, 2015
+0 votes Michael Peterson › June 12, 2014
+0 votes Andrew Jackson › June 15, 2014
Wonderfully challenging course with great views.
+0 votes Jory R › June 17, 2014
Great Layout. Tons of elevation changes. Narrow fairways, right hand and left hand friendly. Tee pads are a tad short, but are in great shape.
+0 votes Adam Koozer › June 18, 2014
Lots of really different looks, fun course!
+0 votes xaeLen n › July 10, 2014
+0 votes quiLLan n › July 22, 2014
+0 votes VikingMIKE Eisenberg › July 25, 2014
+0 votes Bryan Cook › September 5, 2014
+0 votes Scott Brass › September 14, 2014
One of the best courses in Utah, this course is long, uphill and downhill. It is technical and sweet.
+0 votes doug e › January 19, 2015
+0 votes Collin Anderson › June 9, 2015
Hands down the best course I've played, with nothing else coming close. You need an accurate throw to have fun here, but if you can throw well, you won't want to play anywhere else. The scenery is almost ridiculously beautiful, the high altitude makes for some super long drives, and the variety of holes favoring backhand vs forehand is cool. If you don't play in a group and spot for each other, you might have a hard time finding your discs, but if you do, you'll be OK. Just pay attention and things will go well. Amazing course.
+0 votes Scooby D › May 10, 2015
By far the most magnificent course I've played over the years. Every hole is a challenge, the scenery is beautiful, and you DEFINITELY get plenty of exercise! Always play with a friend on this one so you have a buddy helping you hunt for that disc that sailed 300 feet into the woods or down a steep ravine!