Resort Facilities

Crater Springs has one of Utah’s largest practice facilities.  Spend all day practicing and perfecting your game at Crater
Springs. With two practice putting greens, an all grass driving range, practice chipping/pitching area and a practice
bunker there is no shot you can’t learn at Crater Springs.
Crater Springs golf course offers a variety of lessons and instruction programs.  Private instruction is available from
PGA Professionals. Crater Springs also offers scheduled group clinics for Juniors, Ladies, Men, and Couples.  Put together
your own group and schedule a customized group lesson with one of our instructors.  Mini clinics for up to 20 can be scheduled. 
Mini clinics are a great break from company meetings or before a golf outing.  View costs here or please call the golf shop to
schedule lessons.
Crater Springs golf course offers rental clubs for any size group.  Our standard rental clubs are full sets of Callaway Top
Flight XL’s. Crater Springs also offers several sets of premium rental clubs.  The latest complete sets from TaylorMade, Titleist,
Callaway, and Ping.  Leave your clubs at home and rent the latest greatest from Crater Springs.
The Crater Springs golf course at Homestead Resort was designed by PGA Senior Tour Professional Bruce Summerhays. 
The spectacular course winds through the surrounding Snake Creek Valley and the Wasatch Mountains.  The par 72 course
measures 7,040 yards from the back tees and plays 5,091 yards from the forward tees.  Blue tees measure 6,524 yards and
the White tees measure 6,057 yards.    The golf course slopes 146 from the back tees and 128 from the forward tees.  Weather
permitting, Crater Springs is open in mid April through mid October.
Crater Springs has hosted the Utah Section PGA Championship and the Utah State Seniors Championship.  In 2014 Crater
Springs will host the Utah State Women’s Senior Championship and the Utah State Amateur Qualifying site.
In an effort to be environmentally sensitive the Crater Springs golf course has taken many steps.  We have taken inventory
of all wildlife and developed a general plan to provide space, food, cover, and water for them.  We have modified our chemical
applications and left a buffer between fairways and waterways to make sure water is kept clean.  We have protected any native
habitat in out of play areas such as prarie grasses and tree snags.  We have also expanded our natural areas to enhance habitat
for wildlife and to conserve water and fuel.

We are looking to expand our natural areas even more.  Areas in front of tees or on borders can be extended into natural areas. 
We have engaged golfers in this program over the years by including bird watching comment cards.  We feel strongly that getting
outdoors and reconnecting with nature are among the top reasons why people play golf.

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