The Links at Sleepy Ridge golf course is a public 18-hole course located in Orem, Utah.
The Links at Sleepy Ridge first opened for play in 2004. The course was designed by Matt Dye.
The Links at Sleepy Ridge is championship-caliber golf course open to the public. Surrounded by scenic Mt. Timpanogas and Utah Lake. The course is walkable with minimal elevation changes.
Municipal Golf Course, 18 Hole regulation length - Par 72, 7,017 total yards, 72 rating with 123 slope.
Black tees: par-72, 7,017 yards, 71.7/123
Blue tees: par-72, 6,359 yards, 68.9/115
White tees: par-72, 5,990 yards, 67.9/110
White tees(W): par-72, 5,990 yards, 72/122
Red tees: par-72, 5,128 yards, 66.9/113
$41 (cart included), played on Saturday, June 2010 at 8am
This interesting public course offers a challenging golf experience in a beautiful setting among the marshlands of Utah Lake under the majestic Wasatch Mountain Range. The brand new pro shop and banquet facilities host weddings and full-field tournaments with ease. Magleby's Grill offers pleasing snacks and full meals at near fast-food prices. The layout weaves through protected wetlands, featuring a nice variety of water features, sand, and carries over the marshes. Several signature holes are memorable, and will test your course-management skills as you weigh risk and reward. New golf cars feature GPS. The fine golf design and overall experience are a sizzling bargain you'll want to experience more than once.
$41 (cart included), played on Wednesday, June 2010 at 10am
This was the first time I played this course. I have already recommended it to several golf buddies and am planing to play it several times more.
Latest Golf Course Reviews
$41 (cart included), played on Thursday, April 2011 at 2pm
I enjoyed the varity and creative design of this course as well as the shot making challenges. It was well maintained and pace was very good. Some houses on the course were to close. My biggest and really only complaint was that I was paying $45 on a week day at 3pm. I am from CA and recently moved to UT (3 months ago). I would be happy with that price in CA but based on the costs of other courses in UT this seems overpriced and they had no advertised twilight rate. This was border line time of being able to finish 18 holes. Again this was a fair price for my liking, but seemed overpriced for the area.