KSL Golf celebrates Wasatch Mountain's 50th anniversary


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MIDWAY — We are at Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Course in Midway, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

The original 18 holes built in 1967, the first nine holes on the mountain course opened in 1971 and the second nine holes on the mountain course was finished in 1996.

Lanny Nielsen was the first head professional, followed by Bruce Summerhays, Craig Mackay and Chris Stover has the honor of coming to work every day at this majestic mountain property.

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