The privately owned 18-hole golf course at Glenmore in the western portion of the Salt Lake Valley was as built in 1968 as part of a housing development. The back nine of this course is routed through the development and every hole on this side is lined by houses on at least one side. So, the front nine plays open, but the back nine, where the houses are set quite close the fairways, feels tight and closed-in. The best holes on the course are the first four (1 thru 4). They play with some elevation change and are challenging holes. The back nine here consist of very generic holes that are squeezed between the rows of houses. With the exception of the uphill par five, there are no memorable holes on the back nine. They have reasonable green fees (comparable to other courses in the area) and the staff in the pro shop are as friendly and helpful as you will find anywhere.