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730 S Sleepy Ridge Dr Orem, UT 84058
730 South Sleepy Ridge DriveUSUtahOrem84058
(801) 800-8510sleepyridgegolf.com
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"The place is beautiful, service is excellent, and pricing is fair."
"Fantastic scenery, beautifully maintained, and staff is courteous and kind."
"I paid full price for a poorly maintained golf course."
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Elizabeth Merrell
4 weeks ago
My daughters wedding reception at Sleepy Ridge was magnificent. The staff was wonderful, the service was impeccable, the venue was beautiful. As an event planner for nonprofit organizations in Utah County, I have worked with virtually every vendor in the area and none compares with the splendid service at Sleepy Ridge. The experienced staff is able to give you exactly what you need when you need it. There is no other place for an event or a wedding reception in Utah County. You can't go wrong with the affordable perfection of Sleepy Ridge.
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Sean Fagan
a month ago
Update to old review: the course is in much better condition than it used to be, but the greens are still poor. Employees here have never been much to write home about, and the practice area lacks. But it has improved and I would golf here on occasion because the course layout is very nice.
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Tony Medina
3 months ago
This is a wonderful course that let's you see something really rare in Utah: marsh land. The front 9 is intertwined in a recent home development. Yet, it is large enough for the non-professional to not feel as though they will break windows. The back 9, which is my personal favorite wraps around a beautiful pond from Utah lake, with the 11th hole making an awesome dog-leg around a small cove. The 15th is a long, and hilly par 5 that was very intersting to play. All things being equal, this was a great course that was easy on the pocket book, fun to play, and allows you to see and experience some of Utah's natural beauty.
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Brian Preece
3 months ago
I'm giving the course an extra star for David Strunk, who works in the pro shop and is a good dude. I just wish I liked this course more. As said by somebody, make sure you have some bug spray because certain times you can get nailed. Not a fan of hole #10 with all those condos on the left. They get pretty banged up from the looks of things, just a poorly designed hole with the condos lined up for target practice for errant shots I guess. In fact, I don't like back much at all, especially holes 10-12. But there are some good mountain views and some pretty cool wildlife like cranes and fox to look out for. Some good food in the clubhouse too.
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Ryan McCulloch
3 weeks ago
I've been playing Sleepy for about 5 years now, and I'm in there quite a bit. Gary and Dave in the pro shop are good guys and do their best to run a tight ship (and 99% succeed). If you don't like slow play, don't play this course on a Saturday or after 4 PM on a weekday. That's when the hackers come out and for some reason they FLOCK to Sleepy Ridge. That being said, I've busted out 18 in under 3 hours during down times. Sleepy is a pretty easy course if you know how to play it right. Hit to the safe zones and you'll be fine - there are literally zero trees to block any potential shots you might have. Par 5's are short and very reachable in 2. Most are under 500 from the blues. Get out the long irons! Tough holes are 6, 7, and 15. Greens are slower than average. Bunkers are pretty packed down. Tee boxes and fairways are usually in good shape. Bugs are very bad from June - September. It's built on a marsh, so...... If you're playing for scenery, there are other courses you can play that give you better sights. See Hobble Creek, Cedar Hills, Spanish Oaks, Gladstan.... At the end of the day, Sleepy is great if you're just going for the golf, want some forgiveness from the course, and need a track that will make you take all your clubs out of the bag.
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Chance Molen
2 months ago
I'm new to the scene of golf and I wanted to check out the course and maybe see what is was like before deciding to purchase tee time. The gentleman at the shop was very courteous and allowed us to ride one of his carts for free to explore the course. He told us to stick to the golf cart path and don't get in the way of other golfers which we happily complied. 10 minutes into our enjoyable ride a few golfers called us out and said "It's much more enjoyable with clubs!" To which his companion followed up with, "Yeah this is a golf course you (insert explicit phrase here)!" It was a strange greeting but I thought nothing of it, until they actually flagged down an employee and apparently told him that we were driving rampantly through the course with no consideration to the golfers. This was of course a lie, but as they were paying jerks, I mean customers, the employee very rudely evicted us from the property. Now my first experience with golfers is that they are all jerks. My first experience with the course is that the employees are jerks, And that there are mosquitoes everywhere. Will not golf here ever.
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Cash Brown
4 months ago
amazing staff. beautiful clubhouse with great food for the turn. awesome course! little easy if your a long hitter and makes most par 5's very reachable in two but I love the course
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James Ruybal
3 weeks ago
Beautiful course. Just played for the first time ever. Definitely a rematch in the future coming. It is very challenging, with many blind approach shots. There are homes along course but none are too close, that you'll be worried about hitting one. Greens provide challenging reads, the way I like it. Didn't bring my A-game, but will be back strong and have much better gameplan. Only complaint is golfers themselves not repairing the greens.