This is an automated post. If you’re reading this today (“Day one” Thursday the 21st) between the hours of 8am-1pm Eastern Time, I’m on the road driving South. If you’re reading between 1pm-6pm I’m at The Ledges (pictured below).
This Winter here has been brutal to say the least. The courses in Salt Lake are still closed. I can usually squeeze in 10-20 rounds over the Winter between November and March. This year, 15 holes. We’re at more that 150% of our annual average snow fall. Needless to say, the courses should be nice and green this year with all the extra water.
Every February, I go on a golf trip with about 20 of my closest friends to Southern Utah. This year I’m more stoked than ever to go, since the cold has been so bad.
Day one: The Ledges
I’ve done a review of The Ledges already. Click here to read it.
I’ll be checking out the course again to see any improvements and what’s new.
Day two: Green Spring
Green Spring is a great course with some amazing holes.
There are also a couple of “circus” holes too, but it’s a fun track.
Day three & four: Sunbrook
Sunbrook is a 27 hole course with some amazing holes.
I’d call Sunbrook a “big boy” course. One day I’ll do a review of Sunbrook.