Pretty simple. Probably good for the money, compared to other places.
The Reserve at East Bay is a swamp. There is just no other way to put it. I've played here a couple dozen times over the past dozen and a half years and it's always a good time.
The track is very flat and sort of plain, but there a some good challenges too.
This could easily be a 2 or 3 star, but I'll give them the benefit of the doubt.
East Bay is ok. It has the only executive 9 in Utah County that I'm aware of, though it's pretty run down. The other 18 holes are a good golf challenge, with a lot of water. It's very flat. For some reason, this course just doesn't do it for me for the price. I'd much rather drive the extra distance to go play Hobble Creek.
The golf course is nice. It's a great course for beginners. The employees were kind. The driving range was ok. Over all I enjoyed golfing here.
A good golf course with a LOT of water. The only downside are the mosquitos. They also have an executive course if you have less time. Driving range is grass, unless they've changed it in the past couple of years.