Central Valley golf course is a 9-hole executive style par 33 golf course located to the south and west of the Central Valley Water Reclamation Facility. The small course is all open fairways with just a handful of small trees. There are 2 ponds along the south border along 3300 South, another pond on the west border of 900 West on the south portion of the course (this pond is behind private property so not really visible form off course), and a 4th pond in the northwest corner visible from 900 West. The east edge of the course is bordered by a large open driving range, and then I-15.
Central Valley is one of the least beautiful golf courses in Utah. Located in the middle of a commercial area of the city this patch of green is sort of an oasis--but the habitat is pretty weak. The ponds do pull a number of waterbirds though so something interesting could turn up. When I was younger I used to golf here with friends because it was cheap. I know I saw a number of species not on the current list, including AMERICAN WHITE PELICAN, DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT, WHITE-FACED IBIS, and SNOWY EGRET. The paltry bird list now includes GADWALL, AMERICAN WIGEON, and NORTHERN SHOVELER. Songbird wise there isn't a ton of good habitat. AMERICAN ROBIN along with other urban songbirds are present, while n the summer WESTERN KINGBIRD are around, and in the winter you might come across an AMERICAN PIPIT. You can go birding while golfing here, but in terms of just birding, you can walk the sidewalk along the south and west edges to view the ponds, which are really the only reason to visit here.
From I-15 exit 303 for 3300 South, head west on 3300 South for .2 miles till you reach the entrance on your right.