The Course at Willow Creek

WILLOW CREEK COUNTRY CLUB

EST. 1957



Designed in 1957 by Henry Hughes and remodeled in 2004 by Damian Pascuzzo, this 18-hole championship golf course measures just over 7100 yards. Tree-lined fairways and undulating greens instill a traditional feel, but new wrinkles and updates have added to the overall aesthetics of the course.





Willow Creek Country Club hosted the PGA TOUR Nationwide Utah Classic from 1998 - 2015.



Hole 1


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477


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477

PAR 5/5 (M/W) Handicap 3/3 (M/W)

Hole #1 is a long and crooked par 5. Drive the ball between the willow tree on the right and the bunker on the left. Try favoring the right side of the fairway for an easier second shot. Once in the fairway, the hole moves left and uphill to a very undulating green bracketed by two sand traps. The green has some extreme slopes and a back left shelf that can influence putts on the entire green.

Pro Tip: If your tee shot isn’t in perfect position, then play a mid-iron lay-up that leaves an approach of less than 100 yards.



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