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.


    • Merchandise and equipment
    • Practice greens and short range
    • Cafe and meeting room
    • Motorized rental cars
    • Rental push carts
    • Golf Boards
    • Handicap cart – provide 24 hour notice

Men’s League

The Forest Dale Men’s League plays on Tuesdays. Call 801-483-5420 or email Steve Elliott ( for more information

Women’s League

April 4th is sign-up day for the 2022 Forest Dale Ladies Golf Association.  If you want to play a round on sign-up day, please phone the clubhouse beginning March 28th at 801-483-5420.  League officers will be on hand from 10-12 am and 4-6 pm to welcome you, answer any questions and help new single members find groups to play with.

The League plays Mondays beginning April 11th through October 3rd.


  • Community: The Forest Dale Ladies Golf League is on Facebook. Members can request to join the League group here. League email:
  • 2021 Officers:
    • Perri Babalis: President
    • Julie Morriss: Vice President
    • Lorraine Mayne: Secretary/Treasurer
    • Jacque Jensen and Donna Reid: Tournament Co-Chairs
    • Michelle Jensen and Judy Hollberg: Handicap Co-Chairs
    • Tracey Dean: Social Chairperson

Course Tour


View the 360 Degree Course Tour


Coming soon!

Getting Here

2375 South 900 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
P: 801-483-5420

Head Professional: Steve Elliott

Superintendent: Bill Echternkamp | Assistant Superintendent: Darrell Valburg

Course Opened: 1906 | Course Designer: Michael “Mick” Riley | Redesign (1988): William Howard Neff

Course Records: Competitive, 27 – Lynn Landgren | Regular, 59 (18 holes) – Lynn Landgren