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8968 S 1300 E
Sandy, UT  84094-1388
United States
P: (801) 566-2181
F: (801) 878-4438
www.golfpebblebrook.com
Schneiter's Pebble Brook Course

18 hole executive length course

Public golf course

68 par | 4,485 yards | 100 slope

62.6 rating | Blue grass


Schneiter's Pebble Brook Golf Course


The 18-hole "Schneiter's Pebble Brook" course at the Schneiter's Pebble Brook Golf Course facility in Sandy, Utah features 4,485 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 68.The course rating is 62.6 and it has a slope rating of 100 on Blue grass. Designed by Ernie Schneiter/ Brett Schneiter/Jon Schneiter, the Schneiter's Pebble Brook golf course opened in 1973. Gary Schneiter manages the course as the Director of Golf.

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Reviewed October 29, 2012

I was pleasantly surprised this weekend when I played Pebble Brook golf course for the first time. The weather was perfect and the tree lined fairways had a feeling of being in a southwest US golf course. It is not a common "cookie cutter" Utah course. Although it was a short course, the holes were challenging as most were elevated. The fairways were tight requiring straight tee shots and accurate approach shots providing many great opportunities for honing second shot skills. The greens were soft but produced smooth even ball speeds. I only played the front 9, but was very impressed. Matt greeted me and explained very well the answers to all my questions. My experience was totally different from other reviews that I read on this site. I will definitely be playing this course a lot more. Most par 4 holes are between 240 and 280 yards, but the scenery, the layout and the elevated greens made this a very rewarding and challenging experience. I have been playing Mick Riley when I don't have another tee time for accessibility, but I really like this course better, and am so glad I found this well guarded secret. I was able to walk right on without delay and was neither being pushed nor waiting for others to clear the green. I can tell that golf course management must have really paid attention to the comments on maintenance as the fairways and greens were in quite good shape. I actually walked the back nine last evening and took some breathe taking photos of some of the beautiful fairways and wildlife. Thanks Matt for explaining a little about the course, it's history and for dealing with me so professionally. I recommend that you get our and play this week while the weather is so perfect. My girl friend and I are going back out to play again tonight.

Reviewed November 12, 2011

A few weeks back my cousin and I decided we wanted to golf. We went out twice, both times to Pebblebrook. Being inexperienced, we were very slow golfers, but we always let people pass us when they arrived at our hole.

Our day of golfing took a long time, and we arrived back to return our golf cart just as night fell.

The man at the counter told me there would be an $18 fee for each of us for taking so long golfing. I told him that it was my second time golfing and how we had always let people pass us when they caught up to us but it didn't affect him at all. He told me that I should have read the PGA tour manual, because apparently that's the first thing a new golfer does.

I asked if he could provide any sign or binding statement anywhere that warned golfers of this late fee. He couldn't. It was just some random decision he made to charge us this money.

The course is beautiful, though poorly maintained. But I won't be returning, and wouldn't recommend anyone else to based on how unprofessional and unfriendly the service was. We bothered no one with our slow speed and obeyed politely even when the groundskeeper told us to slow down our cart driving (we were not rallying the carts, just driving the rough roads too fast apparently).

Reviewed June 17, 2009

I've read the reviews of this course, and it sort of makes me sad. Unfortunately we are spoiled with very nice public courses here in Utah, so a small privately ran course with a very small opertating budget seems to get swept aside despite it's unique and somewhat challeging playability, and beautiful tree lined surroundings.

I will agree with others here that the upkeep of the course leaves much to be desired, but for me it just seems to add to the fun of playing it. Honestly if the course were perfectly manicured, it would play completely differently, and knowing the course well enough to know where you can hit shots and cannot hit shots is what makes it special.

Sadly Sandy city has raised the property taxes on the course over 800% in one year. Having had several conversations with the owner about this, there is no doubt that if the city doesn't respond to the appeal, the course will be closed for good. So for now myself and my friends who play will continue to take advantage of this little gem.

Good luck Gary!

Reviewed March 01, 2009

I have to agree that this is not the greatest course out there, but for some reason I rather liked that fact. It makes the game that much more interesting I guess. You just never know what to expect, from dirt tee boxes to a water hazard (puddles) on the green, to getting completely lost, to off roading in a golf cart. I had fun at this course. We had to wait for 15 minutes for a cart to come back as they must not have enough to go around, despite there being only 3 other groups that we could see, but I try not to be in such a hurry when golfing as others seem to be sometimes.
I did not deal with the owner as the staff consisted of 2 little kids, but they were more than accomodating.

Take my advice, give it a try. At the very least you will have a good story to tell to your other golf buddies.

Reviewed September 03, 2008

First off i give this a 5 star difficulty rating only because if you hit your ball 20 yards, it is still a challenge to find it through all the debris and leaves that are scattered amoungst the so called fairways. This has to be one of the worst courses that i have ever played. Hole one is a challenge once you tee off, you are on an easter egg hunt to find your ball in the fairway amoungs the 50 other balls that are from the driving range, not to mention the green that is so water logged that it is like walking on some kind of surface not from this world. Most of the greens are either missing half if not more of there surface which takes away from calling it a green rather than calling it a barrin waste land. Are greens suppose to have weeds growing up through them? Tee boxes, are suppose to have grass on them right? Hole 6 tee box is complete dirt and hard dirt to add, i spent at least 5 minutes looking for a good spot to tee off. Hole 7 would be a fun hole if they took care of the course, but it is obvious that the owners of this course only care about one thing, and that is quantity not quality. Overall i would never recommend this course to anyone, not even my worst enemy. Price for 2 golfers and cart for 9 holes was no different than any other of your local courses, I can't believe people actually pay to golf at this course!

Reviewed May 11, 2007

My yard is better maintained - and less confusing

This course is a shocker. The other review is correct, the first 3 holes greens are soaked.

The worst thing about this course is that it is so poorly sign posted, the holes don't logically flow from one to the next - so you'll find yourself crossing or going around 2 or 3 other holes to get to your next tee off spot.

The 'fairways' in some places are rougher than the roughs. The gardeners obviously don't take any pride in the place when you see great strips of uncut grass in the middle of the fairway. Cut grass is left where is was cut, ie all over the place.

If you needed somewhere in the middle of Sandy to hit balls on a range its ok, but I'd recommend avoiding the course altogether.

Reviewed April 23, 2007

Ghetto Brook: Fans of Happy Gillmore will enjoy this course.

So my dad and brother decided to come to town last Saturday to go golfing. Being new in the Salt Lake area I reserved 18 holes at Pebble Brook because I thought it sounded nice, Sandy is a pretty town, and the price sounded fair.

When I called to make reservations I had my first glimpse of what was to come. The guy who answered sounded like a hillbilly, and in the background I could here the tv or radio blasting religious programming. He took my reservation but hung up before I gave him my name. I called back and made sure everything was set up for a 9:30 Tee time.

Saturday morning we show up at 9:30am and the front gate is closed. I call the front desk and, from the sound of it, wake some guy up who says "I'm coming, hold on, I'm coming!"

The guy lets us in a few minutes later. When we first entered I got this creepy feeling like we were about to step into a horror movie or something. The clubhouse is old and broken down, the hole 1 fairway looks like it was mowed without a bag, and there is random junk everywhere. Kind of like a junkyard and golf course all in one. Regardless we decided to golf 18.

Hole one was alright despite the clumps of grass all over the fairway. The greens on hole two and hole three were so soaked with water when you would walk on it water would squirt three inches out of the ground. The cups were completely filled with water. Extreme golfing.

The next 15 holes didn't have soaked greens but they were litered with junk, the trees were bushy with non of the underbrush groomed, and the cart paths had pot holes. There were a few greens that were 1/4 dirt.

The course itself was actually quite challenging. Narrow fairways with pretty, if unkept, scenery. One of the funnest things was taking the cart on the extreme cart paths. It was honestly like offroading in a golf cart, and we never even went off the cart path.

At the end of the day we all decided that the courses main appeal is that it goes against every stereotype of what a golf course should be like. It is kind of fun but I would definetly suggest taking twice the amount of beer you would normally take and make sure to get a cart.

The funniest thing is as we got in our car to go home we looked out into the driving range and there was this kid just sitting out there as 10 golfers hit golf balls. He was just in a golf cart, no protection, and he didn't even seem scared. Weird stuff.

Reviewed June 05, 2006

A total disaster!

One of the worst treatments from staff anywhere! The owner is a scammer and will want more money from you if you take your time golfing! The grass is terrible the greens are even worse, I would have to say all and all the worst EVER! Spend your money and time elsewhere, trust me you will be glad you did!

Reviewed May 20, 2006

Worst course in Utah

If you are looking for an inexpensive time, look no further. you get what you pay for. Careful though, the owner will try to cheat and scam as much money as he can out of you.

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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tony C. 30 45 15 05/15/06
2 Tony C. 30 47 17 06/14/06
3 Fred L. N/A 47 47 08/17/11
4 Jeremy B. 18 88 70 06/07/08
5 Jeff N. 5 77 72 06/16/09
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
7 Ferdie R. N/A 79 79 05/19/13
8 Mike E. N/A 81 81 07/18/12
3 Fred L. N/A 47 47 08/17/11
5 Jeff N. 5 77 72 06/16/09
6 Jeff N. 5 79 74 06/14/09

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Schneiter's Pebble Brook Golf Course

Golf Only facility

40 tees driving range

18 executive holes

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Gary Schneiter, Director of Golf
Steve Schneiter, Superintendent
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