The Cedar Hills Golf Club is a 6,600 yard,18-hole, par 71 championship golf course nestled at the mouth of picturesque American Fork Canyon in North-Central Utah County.
With the first tee shot dropping almost 200 feet from the tee to the fairway, an exciting round of golf is guaranteed right from the beginning. Far from the average hard-edged, manicured golf course, Cedar Hills lets nature do the talking. The unique lace-edged bunkers blend into the natural transition areas with native grasses creeping right into the bunkers. Our course layout encompasses varied topography and view vistas from the highest point on the 14th green, which is 5,253 feet above sea level, to the American Fork River 750 feet below.
The course was designed by Graves & Pascuzzo, known as one of the finest golf course architects worldwide. While not exceptionally long, Cedar Hills provides golfers of all abilities a challenging, but very enjoyable round of golf.
Course rules at Cedar Hills Golf Club include dress code, etiquette, and speed of play.
These rules are set up to allow every player to have a good time and to keep our golf course in top condition. The following rules are approved and enforced:
Dress Code And Etiquette
- Only soft-soled shoes or soft spikes may be worn.
- Shirts must be worn at all times.
- Men’s shirts must have sleeves–no tank tops. Women’s sleeveless shirts are fine, but no tank or halter tops.
- Every golfer must have a set of clubs and a bag.
- Players must rake bunkers.
- Golfers must replace divots.
- Players must repair ball-marks.
- A ball-mark repaired within one hour will heal itself with 24 hours. If it is repaired after one hour, it will take 17 to 20 days to heal.
- Please repair your ball-mark, plus one more.
Speed Of Play
- It is your group’s responsibility to keep up with the group in front at all times.
- In the interest of all, players should play without delay.
- When the play of a hole has been completed, players should immediately leave the putting green.
- Play well, play fair, and play fast.
- The maximum time allowed per hole is 15 minutes for a par 5, 14 minutes for a par 4, and 13 minutes for a par 3. A round of 18 holes should be played within four hours.