Glen Eagle Golf Club
|Gold (W)||72||5530 yards||70.2||116|
|Red (W)||72||4805 yards||66.1||111|
|Black M: 73.0/128||395||190||520||460||375||550||220||410||435||3555||420||545||445||180||365||200||425||370||560||3510||7065|
|Blue M: 71.1/123||386||160||500||420||350||510||200||375||405||3306||415||525||400||160||340||190||395||360||530||3315||6621|
|White M: 68.1/115 W: 73.7/136||335||150||445||410||340||490||165||360||400||3095||365||475||360||130||320||180||380||320||490||3020||6115|
|White/Gold M: 67.1/111 W: 72.4/133||335||150||445||375||340||490||130||335||365||2965||345||475||315||130||320||170||380||305||475||2915||5880|
|Gold M: 65.5/109 W: 70.6/129||295||115||430||375||295||440||130||335||365||2780||345||435||315||120||285||170||300||305||475||2750||5530|
|Red W: 66.6/115||245||85||385||345||240||380||100||290||350||2420||315||390||290||85||275||65||260||265||440||2385||4805|
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Poor etiquette, fun round
Glen Eagle GC is a very fun course with diverse holes and challenges; our only problem today was that we had a very slow, beginner golf group (foursome) immediately in front of us for which we waited on almost every hole at the tee box, fairway, and greens; in the second green, one of them told us there was slow play ahead of them with no where to go, and they didn’t let our threesome play through; they obviously don’t understand golf etiquette which declares slower players should let faster players through; additionally, they would drive their golf carts around the greens on many holes despite none of them having a handicap flag on their carts; they were all younger than 45; otherwise, the course played well, and the staff was very friendly; we did call the clubhouse on the 7th tee box to ask for a marshal to come out and address the slow playing group; it never occurred.
I wouldn’t pay full price to play here
Very open course with a lot of water. Kind of a links style course since is near and on wetlands. Very flat and usually windy since there are very few trees.
Great round, great experience
I have played Glen Eagle GC a few times this spring during the COVID-19 pandemic, and I have been reimpressed; the only experience that was disheartens the wind which is of no consequence for the course; I recommend this course to all golfers with hesitation to the beginners.
Great COVID-19 round
Glen Eagle GC is a very fun, challenging course with a great layout and great staff; the only real issue we encountered was a 2-some (1 riding, 1 walking) held up out 3-some (all walking) on several holes, but it was a great round; we will be returning next weekend to play there again.
Don’t use this app for “hot deals” at Glen Eagle.
Every other golf course I’ve purchased tee times on their “hot deals” it’s totally been worth it. This place says they have a “hot deal” on the app. You’ll actually end up paying the exact same as you would regularly. Most all other courses include the cart. This place doesn’t and charges you normal fees for it. Wouldn’t have came if I knew that. Hence why I tried to do the “hot deal”. If you want a good deal, pick any other course around.
Not a hot deal
This deal was a “hot deal” on Golf Now. It was $25 per person (with other fees about $30) for 18 holes. I’ve played other places and they included a cart, Glen Eagle did not. They made all 3 of us pay $16 each for a cart. Our totals after that came out to $46. We asked the staff what the price was normally for 18 holes and cart and we were told $46. So this wasn’t a hot deal at all, we were pretty disappointed with that.
Fun, slow round
I hadn’t played Glen Eagle GC for a couple of years but realize I enjoy it more than I could remember; the pace I’d play on the front nine was fairly slow as several groups were only playing nine holes apparently because the back nine opened up and went smoothly; the course was in good condition for a winter/spring round with greens that were quite fast in comparison to other courses in the area; I will add Glen Eagle as a regular course I play several times a year.
Great and challenging course
I love the layout of the course. Very challenging but also fun. A lot of bumps and divots not fixed on the greens that messed up my putts. But overall good
Bring an extra bucket of balls
I booked through Golf now and got a great price for 18 hole walking then I found out that I had to pay a mandatory cart rental at the course. I golfed this course several years ago but had not been back until yesterday. There is a frisbee course through the first nine holes so green location is confusing. There are water hazards on both sides of most holes so bring plenty of balls. Several of the holes have a hidden stream running across the fairway. There are not very many trees so very little relieve from the heat.
Great course, staff didn’t honor TeeOff terms
The course is great. The staff, not so much. After trying to charge me again, I had to show them I was pretty paid from the app. Then, they said it was mandatory I paid for a cart even though I was walking? Hmmmm..
Mosquitoes are thriving on most of the course. Anything besides soaking myself with Off would be great. Not sure courses have abatement programs though. Otherwise, I'll play closer to the Wasatch range. Great to play Glen Eagle mid-day
I have played this course more than 100 times in the past 13 years and it only gets better with age. It's a challenging links-style course that demands some long drives and some position shots off the tee. The fairways are lined with marshes and tall grass, though the rough is usually not too heavy. Greenside collection areas gather wayward approach shots on many holes. Wonderful views of the Wasatch Mountains on each hole.
The 18th is a true monster. Par five to an island green...very challenging and fun final hole.