South Mountain Golf Course
South Mountain features an incredible blend of mountain and valley views, wildlife and scenery. A mountain links style course that has large undulating greens and dramatic elevation changes, South Mountain is a test for amateurs and professionals alike. With five tee boxes to choose from the golf course is an enjoyable experience for players of all skill levels.
Since opening in 1998, South Mountain Golf Club has earned a reputation as one of the finest facilities in the state of Utah. Golf Digest Magazine has consistently named South Mountain as one of the "Top Places to Play in America" as well as ranking it as high as #3 in Utah. Other publications such as Utah Business Magazine praise South Mountain as "One of the best places to hold a corporate or group outing".
Host to the 1999 Utah Open, South Mountain has gone on to host numerous amateur, charity, and fundraising events, and specializes in group outings of all kinds. Once your round is over the fun is just beginning...
The award winning Outlook Golf Shop carries all of your golf merchandise needs. Wade Olsen, Head Professional and the staff at South Mountain look forward to seeing you in the golf shop.
After purchasing a golf shop reminder of your wonderful experience at South Mountain, don't forget to stop in at The Point Restaurant which offers delicious gourmet fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Point Restaurant is also the perfect setting for tournaments, weddings or any group function.
- **Customers will need to have a credit card available to make an online reservation.
- At no time during the process or at any time will your credit card be charged. It is used to create a profile only.
- No private/personal golf carts allowed at South Mountain Golf Course
Located on the foothills of the Wasatch Mountain range, 15 minutes from Salt Lake City, South Mountain features a David Graham/Gary Panks designed 18 hole championship course, a state of the art driving range, and putting greens.
Head Pro: Wade Olsen
Superintendent: Curtis Hirase