I don't know exactly what it Is, but I really like this place. There is a good mix of different holes, in distance, difficulty and shapes. Some holes are fairly open, and some are lines with trees or houses - not terribly difficult but still challenging. I also shot my best round here ;-)
After years of "meaning to," I finally played my first round at Glenmoor. It was a 4-man scramble, so I didn't really get to play every shot on every hole. We finished 5 under par with no mulligans or other "cheats."
The course was very well-maintained, lush green and beautiful. There are lots of mature trees and a few water hazards to contend with. The golf course is situated in a residential area, so most of the fairways are lined with houses, which can be intimidating for those with a big slice in their game. The course isn't very long and is pretty forgiving for the most part. There are lots of corners to cut, which shorten the course dramatically.
The service in the clubhouse, cafe and out on the course were great. Everyone was friendly and helpful.
I'm already looking forward to going to test my own game against this course.
Everytime i play golf in Utah while on vacation, I play here..
It is located near my home.
The course is decent. even though it is getting into winter time, they keep it up.
It is pretty cheap to play as well. Monday thru Thursday its 30 bucks for 18 with a cart before 2 pm.
The coruse is flat.... Some trees, a little water, decent distances.