From the first hole at the Sunrise nine, a long par four with a green fronted by water, to the last hole at Sagebrush, a monster par five with water running the length of the hole, you'll be challenged throughout the Stonebridge course. With water on 20 of the 27 holes, it's not easy to stay dry, but if you do you may be able to score well on this exceptional layout. From the championship tees, long drives are essential to avoid the water and you'll need accuracy to stay out of the numerous traps. While the lakes and creeks are the major hazard, there's also plenty of sand with 93 formal bunkers and a 200 yard long waste bunker on one hole. There are wide fairway landing areas, bent grass greens, and lovely native grass plantings combine to give the course a Scottish links feel that makes it truly scenic and a joy to play. "I was excited to design a links style course in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley," Johnny Miller says. Put it all together and you're assured of a fantastic round on a great new course from Johnny Miller, a US & British Open champion who knows a thing or two about championship golf. Miller's course features 27 long, wet and sandy links-style holes in the wilds of the Wasatch Valley ... a great place to play great golf! Built in 1999 and sold to West Valley City two years later, the Stonebridge Golf Club hosts the Stonebridge Amateur tournament annually and is available for company tournaments and special events. This scenic gem along the Wasatch Front is one of the best new courses in Utah. Please come out and see for yourself what a spectacular course it is!