Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: yes
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

# Holes: 18
Target Type: Mach V
Tee Type: Rubber
Elevation: Slight Slope
Foliage: Stands
Course Length: 4,909ft
Alternate Length: 5,770ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 13 | 300 - 400ft: 5 | Over 400ft: 0

Directions

I-15; Riverdale exit (exit 339, 35 miles north of Salt Lake City). East on Riverdale Rd. 2 miles to a right on 700 west (last road before bridge). Go 250', turn left and follow road past city office building to dead end. 1st tee is east of parking lot.

Contact

Contact Phone #1: 801-985-6629
Contact Phone #2: 801-540-3714

Course Map

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Course Reviews

Rated
by Ryanranes on Jan 6, 2011 at 10:32pm

now it is a 27 hole course with alot of tricky holes and the course is designed for any skill level cause there is 3 diffrent pads on every hole now they have multiple positions. can get busy after 4pm the coruse has bathrooms and is alot of fun

Rated
by Mac131 on Jul 7, 2010 at 6:18pm

This is a great course for all skill levels. I am a beginner and can par some holes easily but will triple bogey on others. It has a good variety of foliage; trees, grass, weeds, gravel, and of course the river. The tee boxes are in good shape and is very well marked. All of the baskets are very nice and are functionally sound.

Unfortunately, some of the weeds get waist high and you will most likely wind up getting fox-tails stuck in your shoes, which hurts. One negative part of the river being so close is that it's rather easy to lose your disc with an off throw on a few of the holes.

All in all this is a very fun course that has a lot of tournaments. 18 holes sure is a plus too.

Rated
by Kid Sleepy on May 25, 2010 at 2:38pm

This course is designed for golfers at all skill levels. Beginner, intermediate and advance tees are present on all 18 holes. While the course is not well defined---especially making the transition from hole 7 to hole 8, there are a myriad of people on the course to guide you along.
What I love about this course is the balance between technical and long shots for the course. One hole allows you to open up and throw as hard as you want, while the next requires meandering through trees. In addition, the course is very large and there is very little, if any, overlap on holes making wait times minimal.
A few things to be aware of:
1. The rubber mats for the tees are mainly on the intermediate and advanced tees. There are no pads for the beginners, and the advanced pads are short.
2. There are very few hazards, but in the summer, some parts are pretty heavily wooded and if you are not a consistent thrower, you should have a spotter present for your discs.
3. In addition, there is a river running through the course, which can eat your discs if you are a wild thrower. Also, if it is windy/breezy or even looks like wind in the Ogden area, plan on loads of wind on the front 9.
4. One last thing, the back nine has its fair share of poison oak, just beware of where you are reaching when your disc flys into a bush.

Overall, this is one of my favorite courses in Utah, it is a lot of fun, and you can even play it in the winter.