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Golf in Tooele


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  • Overlake Golf Course
    Eleven water hazards shape The Links at Overlake, where golfers send drives soaring into a horizon bounded by distant mountain peaks. While the waterways offer the biggest threat to a golf ball’s survival, the 18-hole, par 72 course also features knee-high grasses and deep pot bunkers—course motifs inspired by the links-style courses of Scotland. The forward tees—measuring a modest 5,361 yards—let players bypass certain water hazards, while the formidable, 7,248-yard layout from the back tees forces golfers to play right into the course’s grass-stained teeth. Before tee-time, golfers can find their rhythm by taking practice swings or tap-dancing to the sound of clubs hitting balls at the driving range.
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    2947 N 680 W
    Tooele, UT US
  • Mulligan's Golf and Game South
    Mulligans Golf and Games entices golfers to grab their clubs and pole-vault into the universe of gentlemanly sportsmanship across two nine-hole golf courses. Golfers can steadily slice their way through The Meadow's nine par-3 holes, or line up their swings to conquer on The Ridge's tricky combination of par-3, par-4, and par-5 holes. Both courses present unique challenges for players of all skill levels, tucking water hazards into verdant greens and commissioning tennis players to play defense. Those who prefer putters can traverse the bubbling lagoons of two immaculately landscaped mini golf courses. Mulligan Golf and Games' driving range, open day and night, unfurls 33 covered hitting areas so golfers can practice their strokes and acquire the accuracy to peg their neighbors' rooftop satellite dishes. During golf lessons, Jeff Wathen and other PGA golf professionals analyze swings and approaches using years of experience as well as the latest in video and computer teaching aids. Baseball and softball players can also club white orbs into the sky from eight slow- and fast-pitch batting cages.
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    692 W South Jordan Pkwy
    South Jordan, UT US
  • River Oaks Golf Course
    River Oaks Golf Course was carved from the pond-spotted wetlands that surround the Jordan River to form 18 holes of scenic golf. Golfers prime their swings at the course’s 40-stall driving range to prepare for the round, which begins with three consecutive holes featuring prominent water hazards that still hold a grudge against the sun for ending their glacial childhood. Snow-capped mountains peek above tree lines, enhancing the landscape as golfers play the course. Those in need of an equipment upgrade can browse a vast selection of new clubs, clothes, and accessories at the pro shop, where large observation windows let guests soak in views of the course, stare into the glassy waters of the river, or keep tabs on factions of rebellious golf carts.
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    9300 S Riverside Dr
    Sandy, UT US
  • Schneiter's Pebblebrook Golf Course
    Utah native George Schneiter Sr. left behind a golf career that places him among the best players to emerge from the state. A three-time winner of the Utah Open, George achieved many impressive feats; he set the course record at Ben Hogan's home course in Fort Worth, Texas, and once defeated Sam Snead in ping-pong and the PGA Championship. Today, his legacy lives on at Pebblebrook Golf Course, a landscape of spectacular course play established by George's family—his son George and two grandsons are all PGA professionals—in 1978. Framed by snow-capped mountains, Pebblebrook's 18-hole course showcases a layout of elevated tees and greens connected by fairways lined with mature arbors. Narrow landing zones encourage golfers, like agoraphobic celebrities, to keep their driver at bay. The course also boasts a lighted driving range, where players can warm up their swings before a round or practice shots deep into the night.
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    8968 South 1300 East
    Sandy, UT US
  • TalonsCove Golf Club
    The 18-hole course at TalonsCove Golf Club hugs the northwest rim of Utah Lake, leading golfers on a shamrock-shaded jaunt backdropped by the craggy skyline formed by the Timpanogos Mountain. Architect Gene Bates designed the course in a links-style format, the ancient design scheme that features numerous deep bunkers, frustratingly high rough, and few trees bent on blocking flight paths and asking for group pictures right before an important shot. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par-72 course Total length of 7,096 yards from the back tees Course rating of 72.5 from the back tees Course slope of 127 from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole Scorecard
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    2220 Talons Cv
    Saratoga Springs, UT US
  • Golf Anytime
    Trees sway in the breeze alongside the fairways of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. A fierce wind whips off the Pacific Ocean at Pebble Beach's famous 18th hole. At Golf Anytime, players take on these challenges without having to leave the comfort of their own hitting bay. The indoor golf facility, located in downtown Salt Lake City, relies on two full-swing golf simulators to re-create 67 championship golf courses and give players the opportunity to improve their games year-round. In addition to Pebble Beach and the courses along the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, players can select from courses that include Torrey Pines, Pinehurst No. 2, and St. Andrews. They can also hone their swings on the driving range or in scoring zone simulator mode, as well as learn things like their swing speed and figure out why they slice or hook the ball. The entire experience does away with the hassles commonly associated with real golf, such as uncooperative weather, lost golf balls, and pressure from other golfers to nudge the alligator off the hole. And with its full menu of food, snacks, and brews, Golf Anytime easily hosts groups for birthday parties, bachelor parties, and company meetings.
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    220 S State St.
    Salt Lake City, UT US

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