Open Dawn to Dusk in the summer months.
(Driving range closes one hour early on Tuesday evenings.)
Regular Bucket (about 35 balls) $6 Large Bucket (about 70 balls) $10
* Per Person Rates. No free spectators. Special discounts available for seniors (55+), juniors (17 and under), military and HAFB employees.
Upgrade to a classier venue and bring your own catering…
Are you looking for a fresh and affordable wedding venue on the west side of Weber or Davis county? Crane Field is perfect for your banquets, receptions, and weddings. We have an elegantly decorated interior which is much classier than a gym or rec. center! Easily host a reception or wedding ceremony in a perfect setting with lush, green surroundings and ample parking.
We are excited to have an all new golf shop for our online orders and event registrations. Don’t worry about dot com at the end, just type “lucky.golf” in your browser search bar! New product will be added all season long. Including name brand golf gear and in-house products. Take advantage of free shipping on select products (or will call pickup at the clubhouse.) If you’d like to contribute feedback, let us know what new products you would like to see in the future!
Location: Clinton, Utah | Layton City Area – Davis County
Course Style: Modern links with bentgrass greens
Holes: 18 Par: 72
Tees: Black, Blue, White, Red
Play Length: 6400 Yards
Walking length: 5 Miles
Average Round Time: 4 Hours for 18 Holes
Hazards: White sand bunkers, grass bunkers, hills, ponds,
wetlands, native areas, and trees.
Wildlife Spotted: Deer, fox, turtles, fish, amphibians, beaver,
songbirds, pheasants, birds of prey, and water fowl such as ducks,
geese, pelicans, heron, crane, egrets, and gulls.
Driving Range: Grass hitting stations, shaded mats, 300 yard driver length,
yardage signs, and targets.
Other Features: Elevated tees, cement cart paths, practice green,
quiet electric carts, equipment rentals, lesson programs, stocked
pro shop and beautiful clubhouse.
Start your new lifelong hobby today…
If you are looking for a great way to ease into the game of golf, you have come to the right place! Take your first steps on the “Path to Golf Greatness.” Download the free “Beginner’s Checklist” and view all our beginner golf programs for men, women, and juniors. (Including Club 99 for Beginner women, and Junior Summer Academy.)
Play with friends and other players of your ability…
Crane Field Golf Association brings golfers together for competition, winnings, socializing, and entertainment. Check out the growing list of member benefits. Click on the “Associations” tab above. Crane Field hosts nine or 18 hole events each week for men and seniors (55+.) Members earn participation points and golf shop credits for top “net” scores each week. Handicapping service is included with membership, along with many other perks including dinners, raffles, socials, giveaways. Bring your friends and register for membership online or at the clubhouse!
Crane Field Golf Course held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony in June of 2010. The first nine holes, clubhouse, and driving range were open at that time. Two seasons later the full 18 holes were open and have been maturing ever since. The course is located in Clinton City (at the north end of Davis County approximately 3800 W 2300 N.)
Many people assume the name of the course was inspired by the local water fowl. However, it is only a lucky coincidence if you happen to see any majestic cranes during your golf round. “Crane” is a family name of the course founder, Jim Aland. He decided to use the name to honor the legacy of the Crane family and other early pioneers of the Bear Lake Valley. James Crane, specifically, was a community leader who resided near Montpelier, Idaho, and left a legacy of great character and integrity for his ancestors to emulate.
Crane Field is the newest golf course in the area. It is young and full of energy (and brand new to a lot of golfers!) The course is situated in a classy Club Ivory Development in a rapidly developing area of Clinton city. A new connector road was recently completed on 3000 W. making it even more convenient to locals and visitors on the west side of I-15. We hope you will show your support for local golf recreation and be a part of this new and developing course.
The course design emphasizes beautiful modern greens and wide fairways.
Hazard placements include many sand and grass bunkers, wetland areas, ponds and waterways, bushes, trees, and native areas. Other features include elevated tees, cement cart paths, a full size driving range with covered mats and grass tee lines, exquisite clubhouse for tournaments and weddings, golf shop, lessons, and snack bar.
A continuing legacy
Built with the long term in mind, the Crane Field property has been preserved by a perpetual conservation easement, guaranteeing the course will be around for generations to come. Each season Crane Field hosts fundraising events for the Aland Foundation charity that supports youth and students in Davis and Weber County. We hope you enjoy the course and will consider supporting these great causes.
– Crane Field Course Owners and Staff
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. The driving range closes early on Tuesday evenings for mowing preparations.
Q. Do I need a Tee Time?
A. Yes, especially Friday through Sunday. We allow walk-ons, but thee are fewer and fewer spots available and you will probably have to wait on standby up to an hour or longer. Please book tee times online if you can, or call the front desk 801-779-3800. Tee times may be reserved up to six days ahead of time.
Q. Do you allow spectators or ride-alongs?
A. Not at this time. Only registered golfers may enter the course. Children, family, and friends who are not golfing should not enter the course or ride along in carts. Only paid golfers with clubs are allowed on the course.
Q. What are your course conditions like? I’ve heard you don’t have many trees.
A. Please visit our Course Conditions page to learn more about conditions at Crane Field. The course has high salinity in the soil that restricts all but the hardiest trees to flourish. Because of this the course has a links feel with some hardy tree species, shrubs, native grasses and wetland species. Please visit our Conditions page to leave feedback.