Since the Fall of 1981, when the Arnold Palmer / Ed Seay designed course opened, golfers from all over the world have fallen in love with its charm. No matter what the handicap they play to, players have all agreed on one thing: The Jeremy is a true championship course. Arnie designed the course in one of the most beautiful settings in the West, the high foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Using beautiful East Canyon Creek as both a companion and, occasionally, an adversary, the sprawling, gently rolling course offers a diverse challenge.
The Jeremy is one of the most challenging courses in the state with the Blue Tees rated at 73.6. The fairways are dressed in pine, aspen trees and low brush; almost all are bunkered. The course generously rewards accuracy from the tee, but is not too punishing if you miss a fairway or two. The lush bent grass greens are slightly larger than average in size, however you will need to consider their diabolically placed bunkers when you get close.