South Mountain golfers hoping to quench their thirst with a dry martini may be left dry-mouthed - at least for a while.

South Mountain Golf Course has asked Draper City to postpone Tuesday's public hearing on its request for local consent of a liquor license. The license, if approved by the state, would allow the course to sell hard liquor in its clubhouse.It's unknown when the public hearing will be rescheduled.

On Aug. 18, the council unanimously denied an extension of South Mountain's alcohol license that would have allowed beer sales from a roving refreshment truck.

Council members argued the truck would violate city ordinances by peddling alcohol within 600 feet of parks and schools.

The course currently sells beer inside the clubhouse.