PARK CITY, Utah. — The Women’s 9 Hole League at Park City Golf Club is considered the largest women’s golf league in Utah with over 165 members. The ‘informal league’ is open to golfers of all abilities, regardless of handicaps, and is a fun way to meet other golfers. The league has tee times every Tuesday from May through the end of September, both in the mornings starting at 7 AM to about 11 AM and then again in the afternoon from about 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM. There are weekly games, Sunday socials, and golf clinics. Contact Park City Golf Club at 435-615-5800 to learn more, or click on the membership form here.
The Women’s 9 Hole League hosts an annual charity event held the last Tuesday in July called “Tee it up for the Ta-Ta’s.” They partner with the Playing for Life Foundation, and donations go to two local charities: Peoples Health Clinic and Image Reborn Foundation. Last year they raised over $5,000.
This golf league encourages members to establish a handicap with the Utah Golf Association (UGA). Many members just want to go out and enjoy the game without keeping a score or turning in a scorecard, which is fine. Being 9 holes, play only takes about two hours, so members don’t have to commit an entire day to a round of golf. And members don’t have to play every week. Sign-ups for tee times are weekly.
Sign-up sheets are located in the Pro Shop eight days in advance (Tuesday for the next Tuesday), or you can call the Pro Shop seven days in advance. The dues for the league are $50 per year.
There is a weekly game, such as count your putts, best and worst holes, and best par 3, par 4, and par 5 holes. This makes play a bit competitive and also improves golf skills. They have Sunday Socials four times a season, where they play in teams of four and then have drinks and snacks afterward.