Nice track - well maintained, good layout and reasonably priced. I really enjoyed the challenge of the hills on the front nine but the course gets very flat on the back. Not an overly challenging course but it was fun.
Let the mighty Eagle soar! At the northern end of Utah's Golf Alley you'll find Eagle Mountain. This is a solid course that is beautifully maintained. It's also rarely crowded.
The two nines are very different, since the front is on the hillside and the back is much more level. There is only one goofy filler hole (the 5th) and quite a few challenging, elevated tee shots.
It's well worth your time if you have the chance.
I played the course on 04/12/10. I was in town visiting relatives and wanted to play an 'upscale' course. From the reviews I'd read here on Golflink and after having visited the course website, I was pretty sure that's what I was getting. I'd be lying if I didn't say I was somewhat disappointed. I was put on the course in reverse rotation (I played the back 9 first). I found this 9 to be tight and fairly 'ho-hum'. The front 9 was a bit more interesting and aesthetically pleasing. While you do play in the shadow of snow capped mountains, the course is sandwiched between 2 major roadways and assorted businesses. Everything feels kind of crammed in and that explains why the course is so narrow and full of doglegs. Conditions kind of stunk, but it was early in the season. As the majority of the course is set into a hillside, it isn't uncommon to get funky lies, or to have your tee shot carom down into the adjacent fairway. Carts were electric and fairly well maintained. There isn't much more to say, so we'll just leave it at that....
This is a fairly difficult course to play with its narrow fairways, amount of hazards, and rolling turrain if wandering from the fairway.