Disc Golf at Utah's Resorts

Disc Golf at Utah's Resorts

By Yeti \ July 25 2018

With disc golf, there is no need to worry about practicing your swing, sinking a putt or shanking a shot. All you need is a disc, some friends, and beautiful mountain scenery to have fun. Many of the Utah resorts have disc golf courses available for you and your friends to go toss around the disc with some friendly competition. Don't have your own discs? Don't worry, most offer rental discs. 

Below you'll find the Utah ski areas that have disc golf courses. 

Solitude Mountain Resort

Starting at 9,000 feet, Solitude Mountain Resort’s 18-hole disc golf course is one of Utah’s finest high-altitude courses. The course winds along the scenic mountainside and the holes range from 250 to 1,200 feet in length.

Access to the course is free for those guests who hike up or begin disc golf at the Nordic Center to get to the first hole. Or, you may purchase a chairlift ride to access the course and the first hole via the Sunrise chairlift.

Disc rentals include two discs, instructions, and scorecard for $21.

Open:
Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 6 pm 
Friday - Sunday: 9:30 am - 6:30 pm
Chairlift Hours of Operation: Friday - Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm 


Snowbasin Resort

Snowbasin offers a nine-hole disc golf course which utilizes the terrain of the mountain for the hazards. There are no "green fees" to enjoy a round. 

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Disc golf packages available to rent at the rental shop in the Grizzly Center or bring your own discs and play for free!
Disc Golf Kit includes driver, mid-range, and putter/wedge for $12

Open:
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Brighton Resort

Brighton offers an entertaining course that is easy to navigate and has a great variety of holes. This nine-hole course ranges from short and technical shots to long and open shots. 

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The course is completely free to play but make sure to stop by the Milly Chalet after your round to grab a beer and a bite to eat!

Open:
Chairlift Hours of Operation: Friday - Sunday: from 10 am to 6 pm


Brian Head Ski Resort

Brian Head and the Giant Steps Disc Golf 18 hole course is one of the best ways to enjoy the cool weather and beauty of Brian Head Resort in the summer! While this may be a challenging course, the adventure and the views are worth it!

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Open:
Friday and Sunday: 9:30 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am – 6 pm

The 18 hole course cost $12 to play. You can rent discs to play for $5.

Nordic Valley

Enjoy an 18-hole disc golf course at the top of Apollo Lift at Nordic Valley. Take in the beautiful view as you sling a disc through the challenging course.

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Ride the lift for $12 per person. Disc rentals are available at the Barn for $10

Open:
Saturday - Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm

Eagle Point

This course is designed to give you a modest workout while having some fun among the refreshing pines and aspens. The Eagle Point Disc Golf Course is suitable for all ages and abilities. With nine 300-500 yard holes, the 9-hole, par 36 course has about 500 total feet of elevation change and takes about 90 minutes to play with some fun challenging throws.

Bring your own frisbees, or disc rental starter sets start at $10. If you'd like to make it a full 18 holes, just play twice!

Open:
Friday - Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm

Cherry Peak Resort

The Cherry Peak Resort disc golf course is an extreme course where you play down the mountain of the ski resort. Most of the holes are downhill throws, so throw it hard and watch it soar.


Open: 
Monday - Friday: 12 pm - 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm

Must schedule a tee time.
To play all 18 holes you need to pay to get a ride to the top of the mountain on the Cherry Peak Side by Side ($5 per person with a group of 5 or $6 per person for groups of 4, or $7 per person for smaller groups).


Let us know what your favorite local course is in the comments! Looking for other activities at Utah's resorts? Check out our full guide to summer fun and action-packed events calendar
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