A Historic Classic

Now, almost one hundred years since the opening of the original nine-holes, Bonneville continues to be renowned for its superb conditions and classic layout. Situated on the East Bench of Salt Lake City, just 5 minutes away from the heart of downtown, this gem offers awe-inspiring sunsets and views of both the surrounding mountains and the entire Salt Lake valley.

Book a Tee Time

Please note: We are not accepting cash payments. A credit or debit card will be required to hold your reservation and it will not be charged until you arrive at the course.

Amenities

      • Driving Range – Irons only, limited flight balls
      • 2 practice greens and chipping area
      • Merchandise and equipment
      • Motorized rental carts
      • Rental push carts
      • Cafe and on-course snack shack
      • Handicap cart – provide 24-hour notice.

Men’s League

The Bonneville Men’s League plays on Wednesdays from April through September. For more information, visit the Bonneville Men’s League homepage by clicking the link below. Registration for 2022 has closed, please check back next year.

18-Hole Ladies League

The 18-hole ladies league plays Tuesday mornings starting at 8:00 a.m.

To Sign Up Contact:

  • Alexis Butler
  • dogsmeow@xmission.com (801) 599-1622

CLICK HERE to access the league portal for the schedule and results

 

9-Hole Ladies League

The nine-hole ladies league plays Tuesday mornings starting at 7:00 a.m.

To Sign Up Contact

Course Tour and Photos

History

Bonneville was originally built as a 9-hole course in 1929, that design is credited to William Henry Tucker, an Englishman who migrated to the United States and began laying out courses beginning in the 1920s. Tucker was renowned as a turf-grass expert, eventually moving west before settling in New Mexico where he lived until his death in 1954.

The “new” Bonneville was re-designed from the old Tucker layout by the renowned William Park “Billy” Bell along with his son, William Francis Bell. The father and son team only co-designed a handful of courses. These dual projects followed WWII as the younger Bell began assuming responsibilities for the firm’s work while the elder Bell began taking it easier. William P. Bell is best known for his celebrated work at Bel-Air and Riviera (Los Angeles) with George C. Thomas, Jr., and later as the co-designer of Torrey Pines (San Diego) along with his son.

Bonneville’s 18-holes were designed in the same general time as Torrey Pines, although the full 18-holes at Torrey Pines did not get built until 1956-57. The second nine at Bonneville came along in 1959, finishing the Bell’s vision for the course.

Getting Here

954 Connor Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
P: 801.583.9513

Head Professional: Jordan Gibbs, PGA | Assistant Professional: Zach Bowcut
Superintendent: Bryan Witzel| Assistant Superintendents: Steve Ahlander and Tyler Benson

Course Opened: 1929 | Course Designers: First 9: William H. Tucker | Second 9: William P. Bell

Course Records: Competitive, 62 – Kury Reynolds | Regular, 60 – Mack Christensen