The Benchmark for Golf Inspired by the Land
The objective of golf at Wohali is to provide our members with a fun-filled, thrilling golf experience set in the scenic surroundings of the Wasatch Back. The experience is designed to challenge the low-handicap golfer while allowing the less skilled player and those learning the game to have a golf venue that excites and entertains. Great thought has gone into the design, giving players multiple ways to play each hole. Wohali’s golf course has been routed in such a way as to take full advantage of the natural environment and views that are truly unique to the area.
Wohali has provided a 19th hole to declare a victor should your round end in a tie. This short Par three on the edge of the lake will be the perfect ending to the round. Whether you win or lose on the 19th hole, at Wohali it’s all about the fun!
Construction of the Eagle Championship Golf Course has already begun and will be complete in 2023 and open for play 2024.
Wohali Partners Principal
Golf Course Designer: The Boyden Group
David grew up in Salt Lake City, and his family owned the land of Wohali’s southern canyon. His roots on this land run deep, and no matter where his life took him, he was always thinking of the canyon and home. After graduating from the University of Utah, he turned his attention to golf course design. With an educational background in landscape architecture and Spanish, Dave has worked with some of the biggest names in international golf and real estate development, including Tom Fazio and Davis Love III. His project management and design background allowed him to envision and conquer any size golf project. After attending the exclusive Golf Course Design Series at Harvard University, Dave designed and helped develop dozens of luxury golf courses and resort developments in the United States and Mexico, including the acclaimed Dunes Course at Diamanté Cabo San Lucas. Golf Magazine quickly recognized his work, naming it the Top New International Golf Course in 2011, and currently ranks it #38 on the list of the world’s top 100 golf courses. Several years after meeting his now business partner in Mexico, John Kaiser, Dave’s mind returned to the canyon and home. Together Dave and John devised the idea for a new passion project built on the land Dave grew up on: Wohali.
Try The Wohali Golf Simulator
You can now preview and play all 18 holes of the Wohali championship course on any Trackman golf simulator. We have a full simulator set up in our Flagship office at 625 Main Street, Park City. Reach out to our sales team to schedule a time to play a few holes and learn about the upcoming releases at Wohali.
Come feel what Wohali golf is all about. Use the simple form below to schedule some time.
PREVIEW THE HOLES
Our 6,200 square foot Manor House gives our members a beautiful setting to work on their game, kick back and relax, or even host an event. The world-class education space includes a second-floor driving range offering the latest tools and technology and a putting course. From a short-game area to fairway bunkers at each tee deck, multiple target greens, and simulated separate fairways, the Manor House allows golfers to recreate nearly every challenge they encounter. The double-ended design means players can practice downhill, uphill, and level shots and shots from every conceivable lie and angle.
After knocking a few strokes off your golf game, sit fireside and take advantage of the incredible views while having a drink or enjoying a wonderful meal from the outdoor grill. The unique event space makes the Manor House an excellent option for your next event with friends or the executive team, with access to the driving range, upstairs lounge, dining room, and bar, all serviced by a full kitchen. The Manor House will surely be the ultimate hangout for all members, golfers, and non-golfers alike. Once the temperatures drop and snow falls, the Manor House will have two golf simulators to allow owners and guests a year-round golfing experience and practice availability.
Construction for the Manor House has already begun and is expected to be complete in 2023. It will also be the acting Clubhouse until the Clubhouse is finished.