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Welcome to Wasatch Mountain Golf Course

The well known Mountain and Lake courses at Wasatch Mountain State Park are consistently ranked among the most popular, affordable and scenic in Utah. Nationally, Golf Digest rated Wasatch Mountain as one of Utah’s Best Places to Play, giving the facility 4.5 out of 5 stars! The Lake Course opened in 1967 and is beloved by Utahn’s and visitors alike. The Mountain Course was finished in 1998 and presents a completely different set of challenges along with spectacular views of the Heber Valley. At an elevation of 6,000 feet, golfers enjoy cooler temperatures during summer months. The fall colors in late September to early October are truly a sight to behold. Book your next round of golf at one of Wasatch’s iconic courses.

Head Golf Professional: Chris Stover, PGA
Assistant Professional: Joe Barton, PGA
Superintendent: Lance Larson, GCSSA
Assistant Superintendents: Mario Nunez, GCSSA
Food & Beverage: Wasatch Park Café

Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Courses

At an elevation of 6,000 feet, golfers enjoy cooler temperatures during the summer months, and spectacular fall colors in the autumn.  I you love nature and enjoy playing golf in a natural setting with fairways boardered by trees rather than houses, Wasatch is a perfect setting.

The original 18-hole course was designed by renowned designer William H. Neff in 1967.  In 1973 an additional 9-holes were designed by Bill Neff (no relation), two of the new holes were incorporated into the original layout creating three different 9-hole options that were known as the Lake, Canyon and Mountain.  Finally, in 1998, the upper 9-holes were added putting the finishing touch on the two 18-hole tracks known as the Mountain and Lake Golf Courses at Wasatch Mountain State Park.