The best golf courses in Park City, Utah

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Park City is nestled in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains. Credit: Park City Chamber/ Bureau

Nestled amid the breathtaking beauty of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah, Park City, is renowned for its world-class ski resorts, vibrant culture, world-famous film festival and its plethora of incredible outdoor activities. 

However, it’s also home to a selection of exceptional golf courses that combine stunning landscapes with challenging routings and genuine variety. Here we’ll pick out some of the very best golf courses in Park City, Utah, all of which will deliver an unforgettable golfing experience that perfectly complements your visit to this scenic destination.

Historic Main Street sits at the heart of Park City. Credit: Visit Park City

1. Park City Golf Club

Located just minutes away from the historic Main Street, Park City Golf Club offers a unique experience in a truly picturesque setting. This 18-hole course, which dates back to 1963, boasts panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and provides an excellent test at an affordable price. Narrow tree-lined fairways put a premium on accuracy, while small, tight greens  Designed by renowned architect William H. Neff, the club’s excellent facilities, include a driving range and a well-stocked pro shop.

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Park City Golf Club is one of a handful of excellent layouts. Credit: Visit Park City

2. Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club

Nestled within the peaceful hills of Jeremy Ranch, this championship golf course is unquestionably  challenging but undeniably beautiful. Designed by Arnold Palmer, the 18-hole course features tree-lined fairways, strategic bunkering, and dramatic elevation changes that will put all your skills to the test. The club’s impeccable service, elegant clubhouse, and majestic mountain views make it a favourite among locals and visitors alike.

3. Canyons Golf Course

Situated at the base of the Canyons Village in Park City Mountain, Canyons Golf Course is a challenging 18-hole course, designed by renowned golf architect Gene Bates, showcases the area’s natural terrain, with fairways winding through valleys, over ridges, and around picturesque ponds. The stunning views of the surrounding mountains, coupled with the course’s thoughtful design, provide an unforgettable golfing adventure.

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Park City might be in the mountains but it sits just 40 minutes from Salt Lake City. Credit: Visit Park City

4. Promontory Club

Promontory Club is a private golf club that boasts two world-class championship courses: the Pete Dye Canyon Course and the Jack Nicklaus Painted Valley Course. The Pete Dye Canyon Course features dramatic elevation changes, rugged bunkers, and stunning views of the Wasatch Mountains. On the other hand, the Jack Nicklaus Painted Valley Course showcases a more traditional layout, with generous fairways, challenging greens, and breathtaking vistas. Both courses offer an unparalleled golfing experience reserved for members and their guests.

5. Soldier Hollow Golf Course

Located just a short drive from Park City, the Soldier Hollow Golf Course is a hidden gem nestled in the Heber Valley. This 36-hole facility offers two unique courses: the Gold and the Silver. The Gold Course, designed by Gene Bates, meanders through the mountains and valleys, providing breathtaking views at every turn. The Silver Course, designed by renowned architect Bruce Summerhays, offers a more traditional layout with tree-lined fairways and challenging greens. With its stunning scenery and challenging play, Soldier Hollow Golf Course is a must-visit for golfers seeking a memorable golfing experience.

6. Homestead Golf Club

Nestled in the picturesque Heber Valley, Homestead Golf Club offers a serene golfing experience. Designed by Bruce Summerhays, this 18-hole course presents a blend of challenging holes and forgiving fairways, making it enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels. The course showcases strategic bunkers, undulating greens, and water features that add an element of excitement to each round. After a satisfying game, golfers can relax at the clubhouse and savour the breathtaking views.

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There are around 140 Utah golf courses. Credit: Visit Park City

7. The Wasatch Mountain Golf Club

Located just a short drive from Park City, the Wasatch Mountain Golf Club boasts two stunning 18-hole courses: the Mountain Course and the Lake Course. The Mountain Course, designed by renowned architect William H. Neff, winds through alpine meadows and dense forests, offering panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains. The Lake Course, designed by Les and Rex Jensen, features water hazards and challenging greens. With its scenic beauty and well-maintained fairways, the Wasatch Mountain Golf Club is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.


Park City, Utah, is not only a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts but also a haven for golfers seeking unforgettable experiences and new adventures. From the scenic Park City Golf Club to the challenging Canyons Golf Course and the prestigious Promontory Club, each golf course in Park City offers its own unique blend of natural beauty and challenge. Whether you’re a seasoned golfer or a novice looking to improve your swing, these exceptional courses are sure to provide a memorable and enjoyable golfing experience that perfectly complements your visit to this remarkable destination. Book your tee times, pack your clubs, and get ready to tee off amidst the stunning landscapes of Park City, Utah.

Golf Courses in Park City: Frequently asked questions

Where do I book golf courses in Park City?

The great thing about golf courses in Park City is that there are 15 within striking distance of your hotel. The hard part is narrowing down which of the golf courses in Park City you want to play. We hope our list helps, but you can find more information and ways to book at VisitParkCity.com/outdoors/park-city-golf/

Where is Park City in Utah?

Park City is around 32 miles south-east of Salt Lake City, the biggest metropolis in Utah.  The drive takes around 35 mins in normal traffic. Park City in Utah is nestled in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains and is well known as an exclusive haven for the rich and famous. 

What is the official Park City elevation?

The official Park City elevation is around 7,000 feet above sea level but because it is a place of mountains and valleys you could find yourself playing golf anywhere between 6,500 and 10,000 feet above sea level while exploring. 

Where can I find a Park City trail map?

Park City has hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails that will take you on some amazing adventures. Here is a Park City trail map. 

Park City trail map
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What about the weather in Park City Utah?

Park City Utah is unquestionably a year-round destination but not for golf. From June to September, the average daily high is around 70°F, with temperatures touching 80°F in July. From November to March, winter sets in and the snow takes over.  The coldest month of the year in Park City Utah is January, with an average low of 12°F. 

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