Robert Lammle Utah

In his downtime, Utah pharmacist Robert Lammle enjoys golfing at the major golf regions across the state. Having golfed at many courses all over the country, Lammle believes Utah offers some of the most beautiful and diverse courses.

There are six major golfing regions in Utah – Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, St. George, Park City, and Moab. While diverse, they all have picturesque views and something wonderful to offer players of all abilities.

The Salt Lake City Region has twenty courses with views of Utah’s strikingly scenic mountains, hills, and valleys. The Bonneville course, located just five minutes from center city, has wooden areas and greens that make it very challenging, while the rolling hills, waste bunkers, ponds, and streams of the Riverbend course are suitable and challenging for all levels of players.

The Ogden Region lies just north of Salt Lake City on the eastern side of the Wasatch Mountains. The six courses of this notorious region have views of the mountains, lakes, and valley. Some courses of the Provo Region also overlook the Wasatch Mountains. The Talons Cove Golf Course uses Scottish tradition and is fun for players of all abilities. The Hobble Creek Golf Course sits on the Hobble Creek Canyon and showcases some of the best landscape the state has to offer. The region is also home to the Thanksgiving Point Golf Course, a champion caliber course which is the largest course in the state.

The Wasatch Mountain and Solider Hollow courses of the Park City Region are situated on Mt. Timpanogos and feature 36 holes. The region offers some of the most diverse and challenging courses, with some located in the heart of the city.
Situated in southwestern Utah, the courses of the St. George Region are known for their challenging layouts and remarkable scenery, such as the views of the Virgin River gorge. The Sunbrook Golf Course’s scenery, challenge, quality, and service led Golf Digest to rank it the best course in the state. It features 27 championship holes. The courses of the Moab Region are located in the vast open space of central and southeast Utah. The region’s slow pace and calm spirit make its courses great for golfers looking for therapeutic views and peace and quiet.