Park City Municipal Golf Course

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The Park City Municipal Golf Course formally called the Park City Golf Club, is one of the staples in the city. It opened in 1962. When first opened, it was only a 9-hole course but was later redesigned into an 18-hole course by William Neff. In 2003, the designer’s son, William Neff Jr., came back to the location to redesign the 18th hole. That was a full 30 years after the initial redesign took place.

For those visiting, the Park City Municipal Golf Course is a mountain-style golf course. Challenging and beautiful at the same time, it has a number of key features, including rolling terrain filled with trees that add to the beauty and challenge of this course.

Our Experience At The Course

The course itself is 6,700 feet. It is possible to add some distance to some of the holes on the course. The greens are undulating. The fairways have blue and ryegrass and are tree-lined. The greens are bent grass. The Park City Municipal Golf Course is versatile. While there are challenging holes here, most are not overwhelming for beginners who are just getting started with the game. It is also a very beautiful and well-maintained course, especially as a city-owned and managed course.

Booking Tee Time & Pricing

It is possible to book a tee time in advance of a visit. The Park City Golf Club takes reservations 7 days in advance. To make a reservation, individuals must have a valid credit card. To make those reservations, you can call the location directly at 435-615-5800. You can also book your reservation through the Park City website. This allows for booking as far out as 8 days.

There are a few keys to remember. There is a maximum of two tee times for each reservation. For those who just want to reserve the 9-hole course, that is possible, but only after 3 pm each day. All reservations for the 18-hole course are made prior to 3 pm.

Rates are dependent on many factors. Some of the most recent rates include:

  • Regular season tournament rates are $90 per person,  which includes a small bucket of range balls and a cart.
  • From Memorial Day through September 30, regular rates apply. These range from $50 for a Utah resident completing the 18-hole course walking reservation up to $76 for those who are non-residents.
  • Off season rates include $34 for a non-resident for an 18-hole walking reservation or, for those who wish to use a cart, the cost is $50.

In addition to this, there are also multiple play passes:

  • Junior Pass: $425
  • Junior/Senior Residential Punch Pass: $360
  • Senior non-resident Punch Pass: $400
  • Corporate Pass: $3,0000

There are additional costs associated with club rentals and ball purchasers. Costs and times available will differ from year to year. The most up-to-date information is on the city’s website.

Know Before You Go

For those who are planning to spend some time on the course, it is important to know that there’s just about everything you need available, including cart, club, and pull cart rentals. As a municipal course, it is open to the public, but it is recommended that you book your tee time in advance. In addition to this, there is a dress code. Those playing must be wearing golf attire with no cut-off shorts, tank tops, or bathing suits visible. Also, note that no metal spikes are allowed on the course. It is possible to walk the course if desired.

Additional facilities available to those who use the course include a clubhouse and a full banquet facility. These are rented out on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The location also features a driving range and a putting green that are available during operational hours. For those who may want to take in some lessons, there are several options available, including a full golf school academy, which can be booked in advance of visits. Individuals also may wish to book private lessons with those available.

The course is available to those who are over the age of 7. To be a non-playing spectator, individuals must be at least 16 years of age. All players must have their own set of clubs to play. The golf course recommends that individuals without their own clubs rent, and high-end rentals are available.

Keep in mind that the location has very little parking, which can be limited during busy times. In addition, they do not allow any outside coolers.

For those considering lessons, the organization offers several options to consider including options for both beginners and those who want to improve beyond their current level of play. They also offer group classes. These are all scheduled in advance using the Park City website or at 435-615-5800. There are several available instructors for most needs.

What’s Included

  • Carts, Clubs, Pull Cart Rentals, and more are all available here.
  • Driving range and putting green.

Local Tips

  • There is a dress code at this course - . those playing must be wearing golf attire with no cut-off shorts, tank tops, or bathing suits visible. Also, note that no metal spikes are allowed on the course.
  • Though anyone 7+ can play, non-playing spectators must be 16+
  • You can book your tee times up to 8 days in advance.


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