Close Non-Productive Golf Courses
Convert Golf Courses to Other Uses
For more than a decade, Salt Lake City has struggled to keep its golf courses afloat. The greens are losing money and city leaders say they have no choice but to shut some down. Read more . . .
Glendale Golf Course Closing?
A bond in Salt Lake City is on the fast-track in hopes of making it on the November ballot. "The General Operations" bond will allow the city to update or re-purpose open areas, like parks, golf courses and trails. With 160 acres of land at their disposal in Glendale, city leaders are taking a swing at new recreational opportunities. “We can have nature areas. We can have rugby fields. We can have cricket. We can have camping,” LaMalfa said. .