East Bay Golf Course - Executive Course Ratings & Reviews
5 months ago
I used to love playing this course. The last time I went I was told I couldn’t play because I had my son with me. Never at any other course has this been an issue. I have a 7 year old and a 3year old. My 3year old is the one not allowed. He is very advanced with motor skills and very athletic ( plays baseball coach pich with my 7 year old) he listens well so on so fourth. There is an age limit here but not one other course I called. All other courses said if you are watching them they are good with it. Sunday is the day I get to take my boys out to do something and they both LOVE golf. Since my youngest isn’t allowed I won’t ever be back. Was playing this course about 2-3 times a week.
If you enjoy golf as a family activity I suggest going to sleepy ridge. They allow all ages and understand family coming to be “spectators” and are just grateful to have you come out to their course.
14 days ago
Not a bad course but the front desk girl was very rude, not sure if that’s how the entire course staff is. Normally a better experience with different workers.
2 months ago
I thought this course was one of the best around until I went Sunday August 19. I was dumbfounded as to how or what happened to this course it was in the worst condition I have ever seen any golf course in utah did they go bankrupt or just quit caring? A little over a month ago it was host to the provo open and was in pristine condition all that has completely change the greens are like playing on fairways but worse you have to bump everything everywhere what happened can someone tell me how a course can be in such bad shape when I thought it was one of the best? Do not golf here it's a waste of money time and after the first hole you will wish you just would have gone to sleepy ridge but it's way more expensive but way more worth it