Remuda Golf Course is Crane Field’s sister course. Located about 20 minutes north in Weber County. Make a tee time and claim all of the benefits we have to offer! Call in your tee time up to 6 days ahead of time. Or reserve online. Times quickly fill up quickly…
2600 W 3500 N; Ogden UT 84404
9 Hole Green Fees*
Mon-Thurs: $15 with 1/2 cart $22
Fri, Sat, Sun, Holidays: $16 with 1/2 cart $23
18 Holes Green Fees*
Mon – Thurs: $30 with 1/2 cart $44
Fri, Sat, Sun, Holidays: $32 with 1/2 cart $46
Medium Bucket: $5 (Approx. 35 Balls)
Large Bucket: $8 (Approx. 70 Balls)
* Green fees and cart rental are per person. Special discounts available for seniors (55+), juniors (17 and under), military and HAFB employees.
Location: Farr West, Utah (Ogden City Area – Weber County)
Course Style: Modern Parkway
Established: June 2005
Designer: Keith Downs
Par: 72 Length: 6,352 yards
Average Round Time: 4 hrs – 18 Holes
Greens: Modern Bentgrass
Fairways: Kentucky Bluegrass
Hazards: Trees, white sand bunkers, grass bunkers, ponds, mounding, retention areas, and shrubs.
Wildlife Spotted: Water fowl such as geese, ducks, heron, egrets, and gulls, turtles, toads, song birds, killdeer, pheasant, fish, fox, and golfers.
Other Features: Elevated tees, cement cart path, driving range with covered and grass hitting stations, electric carts, clubhouse, snack bar, equipment rentals, weekly leagues, tournaments, and learning programs.
Member: UGA, IGCSAA
General Manager: Zachary Aland
Greens Keeper: James Keyes
Q. I’ve heard about your email specials and contests. How do I make sure I am included in the mailing list?
A. Simply subscribe at the bottom of any of our webpages to register your email. If you have already done so, check your spam inbox and make sure the monthly newsletter from us is not lost in there. Select “Not spam” to make sure you see future mailings in your proper inbox.
Q. What is a “Remuda” anyhow?
A. The word “Remuda” comes from country western heritage. Derived from the Spanish language, it means a herd or corral of working horses. Accompanying a Remuda is always a cattle herd. On expansive and long cattle drives the cowboys required a large number of horses. A Remuda of horses could reach into the hundreds. They were very valuable assets and were sometimes the target of horse thieves and Indians because of their great value.
Q. Can I host my own tournament at Remuda?
A. Yes, you can set up tournament 30 days or more before your event date at tournament rates. A deposit or and signed agreement form may be required. If you would like more help please call and set up an appointment with our tournament coordinator. We also have add-ons like breakfast, warm-up range balls, lunches, drink bins, and learning clinics. For more information click on the “Outings” link at the bottom of this page.
Q. Does your course have a driving range?
A. Yes, Remuda has a 300 yard long driving range with grass and covered mat hitting areas. It is one of the few driving ranges around at that length. We also have an oversized practice green used for putting and chipping. Our golf instructors praise our practice area as a real advantage for their students.
Q. Does your golf course teach lessons?
A. Yes, our teaching professionals instruct all experience levels. We offer half hour and one hour lessons and punch cards with sets of 5, 10, and 15 one hour lessons. You can schedule appointments at the clubhouse front desk, or leave a message to be contacted through our website. More information available by clicking the “Lessons” tab at the top of this page.
Q. Do you sell gift passes?
A. Yes, we sell passes (not season passes) in the form of 9 and 18 hole gift vouchers, discounted multi-round punch cards, and gift cards in $25, $50, and $100 denominations. Passes may be purchased at the clubhouse or at our online store. Follow the “SHOP” link at the top or bottom of this page.
Q. Are you hiring?
A. We typically hire our seasonal help by April of each season. But we are always looking for the brightest and the best! Check our “Employment” link at the bottom of this page for more information, or to submit an application.
Q. Do you sell beer at the course?
A. Yes, we are currently licensed with Farr West City and the State of Utah. Canned beer may be purchased after 10 am. No outside food or beverages, including alcoholic beverages, may be brought on to the course property as mandated by State law. Visit the clubhouse to view our full collection of products.
Q. Do you rent out your clubhouse?
A. Yes, except on Saturday or Sunday mornings. We have block rates for big events and hourly rates for small groups. We also include complimentary clubhouse use for tournament events. You can schedule an event by contacting Patrice Aland 801-458-0294 or the clubhouse front desk 801-731-7200. A deposit and signed agreement form will be required. Outside caterers may be used by permission only. Beer is available through the clubhouse, all other alcohol may be served by permission, but cannot be re-sold. Add-ons are available such as soda fountain drink rental and set-up. Events must be cleaned up by 10:00 p.m.
Q. Does Remuda host public tournaments?
A. Yes, Remuda hosts a few public tournaments every year, including our famous Freedom Days Scramble and Monster Halloween Scramble. Weekly events are also hosted for members of the Remuda Golf Association (leagues). For more information click on the “Events” tab at the top of the page.
Q. Do you have any Business or Corporate perks?
A. Yes. We have corporate discounts for bulk sales of individual rounds or punch passes. The more you buy the better the deal! Give them away as gifts, referral gifts, and bonuses, or resale to employees and pass along the savings. We have course sponsorships available each year. Advertise your biz on score cards and signage and get lots of new contacts and golf from us! More information can be found by clicking the “Corporate” link at the bottom of this page.
Q. How do you pronounce the name “Remuda?”
A. The word is pronounced “RUM – YOU – DUH” locally. The “muda” part is pronounced the same way as the word “Bermuda.”
Q. Can you suggest which nine (side) would be better for me to play today?
A. The front nine is slightly shorter than the back nine, and it has one more par 3 than the back. The front is more favored by higher handicapped golfers. The back nine has more switch backs and not as many houses are in play. The front has more water hazards and some longer par 4’s and par 5’s. It is typically considered more favorable by lower handicapped golfers. Score averages are slightly higher on the back nine. On weekends, holidays and busy times you may be assigned which side to play depending on the volume of golfers.
Q. Do I need a Tee Time?
A. We recommend you schedule one. Especially Friday through Sunday. We allow walk-ons, but they often must wait on standby half an hour or longer. Please book tee times online if you can, or call the front desk 801-731-7200. Tee times may be reserved up to six days ahead of time. Large groups should be booked out several weeks in advance. Click “Start” button at the top of this page to book an online tee time.
Q. What are your hours of operation?
A. We schedule tee times from sunrise to 2 hours before sunset. During the summer that is about 6 am to 7 pm. We are open everyday March through December. During the summer the clubhouse is locked at 8 pm. We sometimes close because of adverse weather.
Q. Do you have leagues?
A. Yes we host the Remuda Golf Association every season. Currently we have a men’s division, women’s division, senior men’s division, and couples division. We have a sign up day each year in March, but members can join at any time of the season. It runs from March-September. (Plus some post season events in the fall if the weather permits.) Each division has slightly different schedules. There is an annual membership fee. Each week there is a different nine hole events, and monthly there is an 18 hole Saturday event. Game fees are required each week you play, in addition to the regular green fees (or use a punch card.) Players do not need a UGA index as we keep in-house handicaps. More information available by clicking the “ASSOCIATIONS” tab at the top of this page.
Q. Why choose golf?
A. In your everyday busy life, golf is one of the best excuses to spend some hours out of doors. Breathe in the oxygen-rich air from the greens and fairways, listen for the sounds of nature and the “swish-crack” of your driver! Discover the thrill of driving and putting on our well-tended grass. Our staff is always ready to help personalize your golf round. Bring your family and friends right away! Golf is a life-long sport you can play forever. By booking a tee time you are supporting local business and promoting the success of recreation venues in your community.
Q. What kind of discounts do you offer?
A. Remuda offers green fee discounts for junior players 17 and under. We offer discounts for senior players 55 and older. We also offer military discounts. We also offer discounted punch cards available all season long. Coups, golf shop sales and promotions change are offered throughout the year, as determined by management. Also, we have a phone app available free for Iphone and Android with coupons and loyalty punch cards
Q. What kind of course is Remuda?
A. Remuda is a public course located in the Ogden area of Weber County (Farr West City.) Remuda was designed for golfers of all abilities with elevated tees, wide fairways, and oversized greens complexes. It is categorized as a Modern American Parkland style, or Mountain View style. It is comparable in length to other local courses such as Schneiter’s Riverside, The Barn Golf Club, and Ben Lomond Golf Course. Remuda is not a municipal course like Mount Ogden Golf Course or Eagle Mountain in Brigham City. It is not a “links” course like Glen Eagle Golf Course in Syracuse. It is a privately owned course open to the public, with competitively priced green fees and many golf amenities to keep you entertained. Come visit for a full tour of the place.
Q. What is the difficulty of the course?
A. Remuda Golf Course is moderately difficult at 6,360 yards from the black tees and 4,400 yards from the forward gold tees. Average golfers don’t lose many golf balls, which is why a lot of people love golfing here. The terrain is generally flat with trees, bunkers, water hazards and mounds in the rough and around greens complexes. It is heart and joint friendly for walkers, but long enough that the majority of people ride carts. It has a USGA rating of 67.2 and slope of 97 which is subject to change each season. The trees come into play more each season.