Wasatch Lake Course

Resting on gentle terrain, the Lake Course is often considered to be the easier of the two courses. It has several shorter par-5 holes, which require accurate tee shots to avoid well-positioned stands of mature trees that line the fairways. Its season-long pastoral beauty, with eight lakes and ponds, offer just the right setting and make the Lake Course a favorite of High, Low, and No handicappers. It truly has something for every level of player.

Wasatch Mountain Course

The Mountain Course is a classic mountain-style layout, carved from natural mountain contours. The first 9-holes travel 2 miles up the mountain and the back 9-holes bring the players back to the clubhouse. Because of the nature of the layout, there is not a 9-hole option on the Mountain Course and motorized carts are mandatory. Along the way, players experience dramatic elevation changes and breathtaking vistas of the Heber Valley, often catching glimpses of roaming deer, elk, wild turkeys, moose, and other wildlife.