The Ranches Golf Club: A links golf experience just minutes from I-15

The Ranches Golf Club is a spectacular 18-hole championship facility nestled in the hillside valley between Lehi and Eagle Mountain. Featuring a Western theme, The Ranches Golf Club offers golfers a relaxing retreat with acres of elbow room to enjoy.

Carved from the native prairie, the course’s 220 acres present golfers a true links-style experience. Designed by noted architect Ron Garl, the golf course was created to play

Carved from the native prairie, the course’s 220 acres present golfers a true links-style experience. Designed by noted architect Ron Garl, the golf course was created to play a challenging 7,050 yards from the back tees, yet offering multiple tee boxes to cater to players of all skill levels.

While the shot quality and attractive layout will keep golfers focused and entertained, it will be difficult for even the most serious golfers to avoid being caught up in the surrounding vistas. To the South is Lake Mountain. To the East towers the Wasatch Front. To the West are the peaks of the Oquirrh Mountains, and Utah Lake is visible to the South.

Meet the Course

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 2 will require practice for this Par 4…
No need to try and cut the corner on this harsh dogleg right. Any tee shot at the 150 yard marker is perfect. On your approach always take one more club than you think. Missing short is not an option; long on the approach is the miss.

Par 4
Black – 434 yards
Gold – 384
Silver – 363
Copper – 238

Handicap – 3

Hole 3 – Bring your game for this Par 4…
It’s a short par 4, you decide to go for it or lay up. You can either bomb it at the green or play to the 150 yard marker. Either way the fairway slopes right to left, so aim at the right side of the fairway. A shot to the middle of this sloping green is ideal no matter where the pin is located.

Par 4
Black – 364 yards
Gold – 339
Silver – 322
Copper – 296

Handicap – 17

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole 18 – Hope you brought your big guns for this Par 4…
From the tee box, play to the left side of the fairway. This gives a much better angle into the green. The green is uphill again so make sure to club up. Being short on your approach is not an option. The green slopes back down to the fairway.

Par 4
Black – 292 yards
Gold – 284
Silver – 263
Copper – 252

Handicap – 18

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Hole number 1 is a challenging par 5…
Safe tee shots are played to left side of the fairway. A lay up to about 80 yards is ideal to avoid the front bunkers guarding the green.

Par 5
Black – 532 yards
Gold – 492
Silver – 464
Copper – 454

Handicap – 13

Scorecard

Additional Course Details

Tee Slope Rating Yardage Par
Black
Gold
M Silver
W Silver
Copper
126
121
115
126
121
73.3
70.6
67.5
72.8
68.7
7050
6500
5998
5998
5287
72
72
72
72
72
Year Built:
Designer:
Greens Grass Type:
Fairways Grass Type:
Sand Bunkers:
Water Hazards:
Yardage Markers:
2003
Steve McFarland of Ron Garl Design Group
Bent Grass
Bluegrass, Rye
128
No
225, 200, 150, 100 Yardage Markers and Sprinkler Heads Marked
Accepts Tee Times:
Driving Range:
Training Facilities:
Dress Code:
Yes
Yes
Putting Green/ Chipping Area/ Teaching Pro
Basic golf attire preferred. Will accept nice jeans, tee shirts, and hemmed shorts. WILL NOT ACCEPT CUT-OFF SHORTS, TANK TOPS OR SLEEVELESS TEE SHIRTS.
Spikes:
Rental Clubs:
Carts:
Caddies:
Walking:
Restaurant:
Alcohol:
Hours:
Available Products:
Metal Spikes Not Permitted
Yes
80 Gas Carts
Not Available
Allowed
Open for Lunch/ Beverage Cart on Weekends/Event only
Light Beer available in Restaurant to take on Golf Course
Dawn till Dusk
Clubs, Apparel, Accessories, Balls, Shoes, Socks, and much more!
County:
Homes on Course:
Golf Community:
Utah
Yes
Yes

Directions to Course

The Ranches Golf Club is about 10 minutes from I-15 west of Redwood Road past Saratoga Springs. From Salt Lake County, take the 2100 North Exit to Redwood Rd. then south to Highway 73 and west. From Utah County, take Pioneer Crossing west to Redwood then north to Highway 73 and west.