Top 10 Public Courses in Utah

Utah has some Truly Incredible Courses.
Some say they are the Best Kept Secrets in the West.

A true test of golf. If you feel adventuruus try playing it from the tips.  At 7,714 yards in length, covering over 200 acres, it's the Largest Course in the state. But don't get caught off guard by the length as the pure beauty of this layout will keep you breathless.
See what it's like to play a true P.G.A. caliber course as several events have been contested there.
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A truly unique layout featuring the Championship course, a Par 72 7,300 yard layout, the 9 hole Links and the Wee course, southern Utah's only par 3 course.
It might be a little out of the way but the trip is worth it and they offer accomodations and lodging at the resort.
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"I was excited to design a links style course in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley," Johnny Miller says. From the first hole at the Sunrise nine, a long par four with a green fronted by water, to the last hole, a monster par five with water running the length of the hole, you'll be challenged throughout the Stonebridge course. There is water on 20 of the 27 holes, 93 bunkers and a 200 yard long waste bunker on one hole. From the championship tees, long drives are essential to avoid the water and you'll need accuracy to stay out of the numerous traps.
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Another Utah Gem, the Hideout offers 18 holes of magnificant golf. Folks who have made the trip to play are amazed at the course, the elevation changes, the scenery, and the host of outdoor activities that are available in the ares.
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Logan River makes the top 5 list because of it's charm, difficulty and affordability. Logan offers something for everyone, winter and summer, and Logan River is truly an accurate drivers course. They have a saying, "If you can't see where you are hitting it, don't hit it there as you won't find it."
It's a course you cannot attack, you need to be patient and smart.
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Set amidst the beauty and splendor of southwestern Utah, located in what many call “Color Country” in St George, Coral Canyon’s 7,029-yard, 72 par layout provides breathtaking views of Bryce Canyon’s snow-capped pink spires in the winter and Zion National Park’s green springtime bloom.
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What makes The Ledges such a unique golf and residential community is its dynamic culmination of nature, creative designs, and lifestyle. These qualities are not only evident within The Ledges itself, but outside its beautiful borders as well and together they comprise a vast array of recreational opportunities and activities that appeal to people of all ages and interests.
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Eaglewood soars above the valley floor of Bountiful and is conveniently located just 7 miles north of downtown Salt Lake City. The mountain side design demands precision on every tee. Accuracy, not distance, is the key. Each round played will be exciting, for each hole has it's own personality and there is a challenge awaiting all those who step onto its greens.
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Promontory rewards those who have a deep-seated passion for one-of-a-kind golf experiences. Come find your game at the award-winning Pete Dye Canyon Course or Painted Valley Golf Course — a Jack Nicklaus signature design.
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A local favorite, this challenging course offers numerous elevation changes, side hill lies, plenty of length and as an added bonus, you can see the F-35's from Hill A.F.B. doing their stuff.
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Honorable Mention

A city owned course, Hobble Creek is affordable, challenging and conventiently nestled in a beautiful canyon. It's one of those hidden gems worth playing.
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Soldier Hollow Golf Course offers a championship, 36-hole complex built on the mountainside above Midway. A part of gorgeous Wasatch Mountain State Park, Soldier Hollow was a major venue during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Two 18-hole courses named the Gold and Silver courses offer challenging play and amazing views of the Heber Valley
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Cache valley is indeed fortunate to have a second course that is another gem. Birch Creek is a course where you will pretty much play every club in your bag. As you are treated to rolling fairways, long par-5's and a finishing hole with an elevation change that is a true challenge.  
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Rankings as of November 20, 2019

New rankings will be published mid 2020.