Meadowbrook Golf Course
Meadow Brook Golf Course, a municipal course built in 1951, is conveniently located in the center of the Salt Lake Valley.
The longest hole on the 18-hole golf course is No. 11, 553 yards from the back tees. There are six ponds, established trees and multiple sand bunkers that make each hole challenging.
Meadow Brook Golf Course measures 6,710 yards from the blue tees, with a rating of 70.7 and a slope of 124.
|Red (W)||72||5132 yards||67.9||118|
|Black M: 70.7/124||340||552||423||402||426||159||431||210||537||3480||168||542||312||206||521||350||446||163||506||3214||6694|
|Blue M: 69.1/117||335||483||396||384||373||145||420||196||503||3235||158||520||303||183||501||339||422||153||475||3054||6289|
|White M: 66.7/113||323||463||385||338||363||131||363||165||483||3014||135||464||283||179||439||336||381||141||415||2773||5787|
|Red W: 67.9/118||311||380||302||321||353||117||296||143||404||2627||121||436||263||118||411||249||368||129||392||2487||5114|
Good experience, customer service was below average
We were a twosome hoping to get an 18-hole round with imminent rain coming and were told we would not get a rain check if it rained because we used the Utah PGA Golf Book for the round. Of course it wasn’t raining when we arrived or got done with hole #1, but then it started sprinkling but not enough to cause issue; we had a cart cover so we were fine.
On hole #4 it started coming down heavy so we parked under some trees and waited because we expected the rain/hail mix to slow drastically; sure enough, it slowed to a drizzle again and we continued, but when we finally finished our 18-hole round, the cart attendants were not friendly and glared at us for coming in later than they wanted to stay.
If we could have gotten a rain check, we would have stopped, but we were not going to give up $68 in green fees for three holes of golf. I am sorry they all had to stay late, but it could have been avoided if the course policy were amended.
Good Course, NOT the Friendliest Staff
We play Meadow Brook Golf Course every Thursday and have found the course to be consistently maintained with very good greens and excellent sand in the sand traps. The front plays longer than the back, but both sides have some interesting holes. They have some of the best practice facilities in the valley and a good restaurant on site. Overall, it is an enjoyable course that we would recommend. The club house staff is NOT THE FRIENDLIEST you will find and don’t seem to care if you play here or not, but this does not keep us from coming back weekly.
My new home course
Moved from Salt Lake in October and needed new home course. Aside from Glendale, which has probably one of the best practice facilities in the city, Meadowbrook is prob just as good. In fact, the pitching/chipping area IS better. Staff can be a lil ignorant at times but not a game changer. Grille has good food. Hot dogs are pretty tasty. The course is challenging especially from the tips. Has variety of holes to give you birdy opportunities but can also take some shots from ya too. The course is pretty well kept, greens are good not great. It's an overall good course to walk, and good value.
The staff is never in a good mood. The back nine is swampy at times, mesquitos. Pretty flat course