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East Bay Golf Course - Championship Course1860 SE Bay Blvd
Provo, UT 84606
Phone: (801)373-6262Fax: (801)373-7841
This facility offers an eighteen hole course and an executive nine hole course. The Championship Course is very challenging because fifteen lakes come into play, affecting almost all the holes. The Utah Traditional Championship is held here every year. The Executive Course has two par 4's and is an excellent location for beginners to take up the game.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||Shirt and shoes required|
|Season:||Jan 28 to Oct 1|
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Course reviews for East Bay Golf Course - Championship Course
Average Golfer Review (3.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
New Changes for 2005, Jul 21, 2005
|reviewer: Brett Watson
from Springville, Ut
|Having played East Bay for several years, I'm sure that anyone playing it again this year will notice a significant difference in your experience of years past. The Kuhni's rendering plant has now moved to central Utah and away from Provo. The smell that has plaqued the golf course in the past is now gone. People have thought that the smell came from other places when in fact it was from Kuhni's. Now that they are gone, East Bay is one of the premier Golfer's Golf Courses. It's not for the weak-at-heart golfer. With water coming in to play on almost every hole, it will challenge the best players. This year the course has looked more beautiful than ever and I love playing it (when it's not too hot outside).|
| 1 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Good but smelly, Jul 10, 2004
|This course offers a wide variety of challenges and and an executive course to polish up your short game, but it's location on an old landfill and its proximity to a sewage treatment plant barely make it worth it. The wrong kind of wind can make it unbearable to breathe, much less concentrate.|