Soldier Hollow Golf Course

Solder Hollow Golf Course

Soldier Hollow Golf Course offers a championship, 36-hole complex built on the mountainside above Midway.

A part of gorgeous Wasatch Mountain State Park, Soldier Hollow was a major venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Two 18-hole courses named the Gold and Silver courses offer challenging play and amazing views of the Heber Valley.

Soldier Hollow Golf Course at Wasatch Mountain State Park is a 36 hole layout that opened in July of 2004.

Situated on 460 acres, of which 250 is maintainable turf, Soldier Hollow was up and running just two years after ground was first broken.

The two 18-hole courses at Soldier Hollow were designed with different clientele in mind, although most golfers can play either. They are named “Gold” and “Silver” to reflect the Olympic Heritage of the site. The Silver is the tamer of the two, slightly shorter with wider fairways. The Gold is the Championship course with narrower, more undulating fairways, tee shots requiring longer carry and trickier greens.

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Soldier Hollow Golf Course