This is an okay golf course that has remained competitive with the recent addition of a back nine, natural mini-putt course, artificial turf mini-putt course, and plentiful other practice areas. The front nine is short, driver is rarely needed. Several holes force hitting relatively short tee shots to targets, and the 2nd--a par 3--is barely long enough to warrant anything more than a drop-kick. The back nine is up in the surrounding mountains and provides scenic views, but very narrow fairways, blind shots, and a lot of lost balls on wayward shots. The best thing this course has going for it is its very scenic location near the opening of the Provo Canyon, and that it's cheap to play and easy.