The Golf Club at Mt. Brighton
Previously known as The Jackal Golf Club at Mt Brighton
|Red (W)||71||4762 yards||67.5||126|
|Blue M: 72.5/141||351||349||421||586||395||159||425||353||257||3296||343||201||452||522||429||407||492||161||399||3406||6702|
|White M: 70.5/135 W: 76.1/144||336||332||392||543||376||150||346||330||192||2997||324||188||416||499||406||364||470||146||386||3199||6196|
|Gold M: 66.4/127 W: 72.1/135||318||282||352||461||316||126||290||285||132||2562||292||148||392||469||388||334||410||100||379||2912||5474|
|Red M: 63.2/115 W: 67.7/125||272||272||324||405||274||102||242||262||104||2257||236||118||326||401||294||306||404||82||338||2505||4762|
Had a great round at Mt. Brighton with my son. Had played here once before and decided to come back on a GolfNow deal. Glad we did. This course is extremely intriguing with it built on and around a ski mountain. There are some really nice views on the front 9, where you are hitting some tee shots way downhill. Number 9 is an awesome par 3! Pace was good and the ranger was very friendly. Staff inside was friendly. I'd say the only disappointment was that the grill was not open for lunch, as they were getting ready for a wedding. All and all, a great round!
The nice part of this course is the change in elevation. It feels like you’re playing a course up north. The conditions were good the course was in great shape.
Enjoyed playing the course again, very hot and wet though.
Very Unique course. Require precise shot making, if this course had better conditioning it would be awesome. Def worth the okay if you love playing good golf courses. My only complaint would be slow greens, condition was on par with the value. Check it out if you haven’t played it!!
5 hour round held up for a 14 person outing let a group of 14 cause a 5 hour round terrible course management why have rangers if they don’t speed pace of play
fun to play
The first four holes are extremely hard and the back nine plays better than the frt not as tight- some holes are gimmicky
Had three inches of rain night before and course was soaked. If you are first time player this is a very difficult course but it gives all players different ways to play the holes. First hole is very nice with a view of Brighton from above. This is a great course for $20 but not so great for $30 or above weekdays for seniors.
Don't be fooled by picture on Golf Now
The picture they have posted on Golf Now is no where representative of the actual course conditions. The picture lead me to believe that the course warranted the $50 asking price. The bunkers on the entire course had hard brown sand in them with weeds growing in the bunkers. The grass was slightly stressed but manicured. I get that part of the novelty of the course is playing through the ski slopes on the front 9, but in the conditions of this course, it's only worth $35 tops with all of the other nicer courses in the area charging that or slightly more or less. I definitely won't be getting burned here again.
Narrow and creeks require solid irons!
This course is incredible. Played on Memorial Weekend Sunday. Had a 30 minute tee off delay. Not many holes for big bomber drivers and you have to be on your iron game and ball striking to avoid the many creek hazards and OB markers that come into frequent play. This was a tough course and I played in high school and golf regularly. For an 80s handicap golfer, this will challenge you. Yard markers could be bigger for visual pick up. Even maybe add yardage markers to certain blind tee shots.
start the season
For being early in the season, course was great!
Staff is fantastic. I