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This is a beautiful golf course nestled in the mountains by the Canyons ski resort. The 10th hole, in particular, has switchback turns winding down from the tee-off. We will definitely play this course next summer when we return.
Pay to play the miniature golf course, more bang for your buck.
You can hit a good shot and are penalized by out of bounds, blind second shots, the greens are just a joke. Golf is supposed to be semi enjoying, not even close to...More
Beautiful course with lots of elevation changes. Almost every hole is a picture waiting to be taken. We thought the course was tough, and lost some balls, but has terrific views. This is one course you have to play. Make sure you have plenty of...More
Wow! Try to play with someone who knows their way around the course and be ready for an amazing fun golf experience. NEVER be above the pin! Leave your driver in your bag. Keep a smile on your face. Take deep breaths. Tell us all...More
Played Canyons twice as part of industry meeting in Park City. Altitude, elevation changes, and 6 par 3's make it generally a short course but it is not easy by any stretch. Green complexes are very tricky, sometimes unfair, and first 11 or so holes...More
Challenging course, both the elevation changes and beautiful views make it quiet unlike anything I’ve ever played before.
The hitting cages were a recent, necessary IMHO, addition to help warm up.
This course was very pretty. It was very difficult to play because of all the hazards. It is right on the slopes of skiing mountains. We played early in the season and the course was well manicured. It is very challenging.
The pro and staff made 26 of us feel most welcome at the opening of the course. It is a most unusual course, wending it's way through various elevations of the canyon, with spectacular views from many holes.
Water stations and restrooms were conveniently stationed....More