Regulation at Mick Riley Golf Course
The Regulation Course is one of two courses, the other being a par 3, at the Mick Riley Golf Course facility. Both courses are geared more toward beginning and intermediate players, but this course has a few more challenges than the executive par-3 course. The Regulation Course features wide, open fairways and water hazards that come into play on four holes. There are also a few bunkers scattered throughout. The signature hole of the golf course is the par-4 finishing hole. It offers spectacular mountain views along with a willow tree that guards one side of the green. The Mick Riley Golf Course facility also boasts a practice area and driving range.
|Red (W)||36||2734 yards||34.8||112|
|Green (W)||36||2360 yards|
|Blue M: 69.4/119||482||191||458||317||196||328||349||510||457||3288||6576|
|White M: 67.4/109||452||171||434||306||167||309||301||483||433||3056||6112|
|Red M: 65.4/101 W: 70.0/119||434||149||418||293||145||240||236||457||362||2734||5468|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Nice Layout, Slow Greens, No Drinking Water
Nice layout for an old 9 hole muni.
Fairways and tees in pretty good shape.
Greens very slow- slowest I've played this year.
Lots of trees hang over the fairways- they need some pruning, looks like pruning is about 10 years overdue.
Also, cannot believe with the hot, hot weather in SLC, there was no drinking water or coolers on this course.
Great par 3 course
A par 3 course where you will use every club in your bag. Large soft greens with plenty of brake. A couple of holes need larger, leveler tees. A real test of your golfing skills.