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COVID-19 – Update

The Salt Lake City Golf Division will be resuming play at Bonneville, Forest Dale, Glendale, Nibley Park, and Rose Park on Thursday, April 2, 2020. To protect the health and safety of customers and employees, the following restrictions are in place:

        • All tee times must be reserved and prepaid online at slcgolf.com.
          • Online booking instructions for public players can be found here
          • Online booking instructions for members and passholders can be found here
        • Golfers will be called to the first tee based on their tee time. Golfers must arrive at the course at least 20 minutes before their reserved time and should be ready to be called to the tee within 5 minutes of their tee time. While waiting, golfers must be sure to not congregate in large groups (10+ people) and must maintain 6 feet of social distance between others.
        • Be aware that singles, twosomes, and threesomes will be paired with other players during busy times.
        • Motorized and pull carts are not available for rent, but you may bring your own pull cart.
        • Driving ranges are closed.
        • On-course portable restrooms are not available. Clubhouse restrooms will be available and frequently sanitized, but we encourage players to plan ahead.
        • Golf course cafes are closed. Please plan ahead and bring your own beverages and snacks.
        • No retail merchandise sales.
        • No club set rentals.
        • No individual or group instruction.
        • Golf scorecards and pencils will not be made available to customers. We encourage players to download the SLC Golf Mobile App which has score keeping and GPS functions.
        • On-course ball washers have either been removed or covered.
        • All sand trap rakes have been removed from the courses.
        • All golf hole cups have been raised or otherwise altered, removing the need to touch the flagstick.
        • Social distancing must be observed at all times and at all locations on the golf course, practice greens, clubhouse restrooms, and parking lots.

We appreciate your patience as we have worked hard to provide a safe environment for players and employees. We ask for your continued support through adherence to the posted restrictions. Please visit slcgolf.com for more information and updates.

 

One of the most popular 18-hole courses in Utah. Bonneville is renowned for its hilly terrain and challenging greens. Situated on the East Bench of Salt Lake City, just 5 minutes away from the heart of downtown, the course offers awe-inspiring sunsets and views of both the surrounding mountains and the entire Salt Lake Valley. Its length and the wooded areas around many fairways make the course very challenging.
Forest Dale was built in 1906 as the Salt Lake Country Club and holds the distinction of being the oldest golf course in Utah. Forest Dale has undergone several phases of renovation since the City acquired the course in 1935. A major redesign in 1986 maintained the tradition while transporting the course into a contemporary test of golf. Today, it’s a challenging course with several small, original table-top greens that place a premium on accuracy.
Combined with exceptional views of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains, Glendale creates the ideal golfing experience. The course offers large wonderfully maintained greens with lake and wetland lined fairways that attract an abundance of waterfowl. There is a great view of the Salt Lake City skyline and the state capitol building from the 9th green.
The Mountain Dell courses, situated 16 miles east of downtown Salt Lake City and at an altitude of 6,000 feet above sea level, offer 36 holes of breathtaking views and frequent glimpses of wildlife. The higher elevation provides ideal summer golfing conditions. The Canyon Course stretches up the eastern mountain from the clubhouse approximately four miles before looping back.
Nibley Park, which opened in May 1922 after the Nibley family donated the land to Salt Lake City, is the oldest public golf course in Utah. Its central location has made it a popular destination for city dwellers and tourists, offering breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains. Fairways and greens are guarded by mature trees, many of which were planted before the early pioneers arrived in Salt Lake City.
Nestled in the Northwest corner of the Salt Lake Valley, just minutes from downtown and the Salt Lake International airport, Rose Park is well-known for some of the finest bent grass greens in Utah. A variety of pine and willow trees frame most fairways, requiring accuracy off the tee. With subtle dogles and well-manicured fairways, Rose Park is a delightful course to walk. Rose Park is rated as one of Golf Digest’s Best Places To Play.
One of the most popular 18-hole courses in Utah. Bonneville is renowned for its hilly terrain and challenging greens. Situated on the East Bench of Salt Lake City, just 5 minutes away from the heart of downtown, the course offers awe-inspiring sunsets and views of both the surrounding mountains and the entire Salt Lake Valley. Its length and the wooded areas around many fairways make the course very challenging.
Forest Dale was built in 1906 as the Salt Lake Country Club and holds the distinction of being the oldest golf course in Utah. Forest Dale has undergone several phases of renovation since the City acquired the course in 1935. A major redesign in 1986 maintained the tradition while transporting the course into a contemporary test of golf. Today, it’s a challenging course with several small, original table-top greens that place a premium on accuracy.
Combined with exceptional views of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains, Glendale creates the ideal golfing experience. The course offers large wonderfully maintained greens with lake and wetland lined fairways that attract an abundance of waterfowl. There is a great view of the Salt Lake City skyline and the state capitol building from the 9th green.
The Mountain Dell courses, situated 16 miles east of downtown Salt Lake City and at an altitude of 6,000 feet above sea level, offer 36 holes of breathtaking views and frequent glimpses of wildlife. The higher elevation provides ideal summer golfing conditions. The Canyon Course stretches up the eastern mountain from the clubhouse approximately four miles before looping back.
Nibley Park, which opened in May 1922 after the Nibley family donated the land to Salt Lake City, is the oldest public golf course in Utah. Its central location has made it a popular destination for city dwellers and tourists, offering breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains. Fairways and greens are guarded by mature trees, many of which were planted before the early pioneers arrived in Salt Lake City.
Nestled in the Northwest corner of the Salt Lake Valley, just minutes from downtown and the Salt Lake International airport, Rose Park is well-known for some of the finest bent grass greens in Utah. A variety of pine and willow trees frame most fairways, requiring accuracy off the tee. With subtle dogles and well-manicured fairways, Rose Park is a delightful course to walk. Rose Park is rated as one of Golf Digest’s Best Places To Play.