Glendale Golf Course is a public golf course in the Glendale neighborhood, southwest of downtown Salt Lake City. The course sits between Redwood Road on the west and the Jordan River on the east, and between 1700 South on the north and 2100 South on the south end. There are 3 small ponds on the course which is mostly open. The fairways do have some deciduous trees along the fairways, near the ponds, and along the river. The best birding is along 2100 south from the club house to the Jordan River where you can scan from the street.
Glendale is usually checked while birding the Jordan River from the Redwood Trailhead. It's only a couple blocks away so it's an easy drive or even walk there. During the winter months there are usually quite a few ducks and geese along the river, and if the water on the ponds is open they will be there too. Both CACKLING GOOSE and BARROW'S GOLDENEYE can be found here with their more common counterparts, CANADA GOOSE and COMMON GOLDENEYE. There is also one record of a LEAST TERN from the golf course ponds here in June 2007. The trees along the river will have migrant during spring and fall, and other species typical of the riparian habitat in the valley during the summer.
Take the SR-201/2100 South Freeway to exit 15C. Take the exit onto Redwood Road northbound and go to 2100 South. Turn right and drive about a block past the golf course club house on your left.