Name That Course

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Can you name the golf course pictured on the front cover of the 2011 Utah Book of Golf? This year’s course has been one of Utah‘s numerous “hidden gem” golf venues. As you can see by the beautiful clear skies and the beautiful but rugged vistas this is a course worth traveling to. If you are really an expert on Utah golf destinations take a shot at naming the hole(s) that are pictured as well as the course. If you didn’t look at the logo or get help from someone else call us for a prize!


Welcome to the Carbon Country Club.  It has been a premier golf and dining destination in Utah‘s Castle Country for well over 60 years.  Carbon Country Club golf course was once the best kept secret in Utah, but now with it making the front cover of the BOG the secret is out.  Carbon Country Club welcomes public play and features several great amenities. It has 18 holes of fun golf on well manicured fairways and pristine greens. A fun round of golf can be enjoyed by all levels of golfers with four sets of tees that accommodate the whole family.


Tom King’s golf Shop provides a wide selection of equipment and clothing for locals and travelers alike.  An additional feature is their in-shop snack bar. The Snack Bar has a great breakfast and lunch menu. Many of the locals frequent the Snack Bar for both breakfast and lunch.


The Carbon CC is nestled at the base of a high desert mesa along the meandering Price River. Carbon Country Club is also home of the Black Diamond Open, one of the most highly regarded tournaments in the state.  The event has been in existence since the 70’s.  It brings amateurs and professionals alike from all over the western United States. The course combined with a great staff make Carbon a great course to visit in 2011. Throw both the clubs and fishing pole into the car and PGA Golf Professional Tom King and his staff will handle the rest.

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