Golf St. George Utah

The idea of golf as a leisure-time activity in St. George took nearly 30 years to catch on, but now with a dozen courses, including one in Cedar City – 50 miles to the north and three in Mesquite – 35 miles to the south, St. George has become a golf mecca.

Here in a community where golf and religion run neck-in-neck for devotion among their followers, our peak golfing season begins when the snow flies in northern Utah (with the most heavy use of our courses between Christmas and Easter).  Like Canadian geese who descend on the community when the weather begins to warm, vacationers and snowbirds arrive in large numbers for spectacular springtime or perfect fall weather play on world-class desert courses as well as popular standard links.

Saint George, UT Golf Courses

South Gate Golf Course, St. George Course

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Probably the most popular of the area’s municipal courses features two distinct styles – flat and traditional on the front nine and hilly and imaginative on the backside.  Following serious flooding in 2005, the City of St. George reconfigured the course which runs along Santa Clara Creek.  Because Southgate is the most convenient course to downtown St. George, it is also difficult to get a tee time during the area’s peak golfing season, so plan ahead.

18 holes over 5,899 yards with a par of 70 (Municipal)
1975 S Tonaquint Dr
Saint George, UT 84770-8724
(435) 681-4440
1 mile from the center of Saint George.

A favorite among local retirees is one of the longest courses in the area and includes an imaginative double green on holes 9 and 18.  This long and narrow course is a good one to walk, but remember, a walkout will include a lengthy trek back after the round is over.
18 holes over 7,217 yards with a par of 73 (Municipal)
2190 S 1400 E
Saint George, UT 84790-6843
(435) 627-4404
1 mile from the center of Saint George.
18 holes over 6,948 yards with a par of 72 (Private Equity)
3174 S Bloomington Dr E
Saint George, UT 84790-7870
(435) 673-4687
2 miles from the center of Saint George.
Once designated by Golf Digest as Utah’s #1-rated course is 27-holes of spectacular views and challenging golf holes which require equal parts brains and brawn.  Each 9-hole portion has its own unique personality and its own signature hole.
18 holes over 3,374 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal)
2366 W Sunbrook Dr
Saint George, UT 84770-1858
(435) 627-4400
4 miles from the center of Saint George.


Sunbrook Golf Course, Woodbridge Course

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9 holes over 3,444 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal)
2366 W Sunbrook Dr
Saint George, UT 84770-1858
(435) 627-4400
4 miles from the center of Saint George.

Sunbrook Golf Course, Blackrock Course

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18 holes over 3,384 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal)
2366 W Sunbrook Dr
Saint George, UT 84770-1858
(435) 627-4400
4 miles from the center of Saint George.

Dixie Red Hills Golf Course, Dixie Red Hills Course

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Dixie Red Hills is the city’s oldest course, carved out of the area’s famous red rock terrain in 1966.  Treasured by local golfers, this 9-hole course is a must play, not only for its promise of a few hours of pleasurable play but also for its scenic beauty and occasional visits by deer and desert tortoises. 
9 holes over 2,733 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal)
645 W 1250 N
Saint George, UT 84770-2689
(435) 627-4444
4 miles from the center of Saint George.

Sunriver Golf Club, Sunriver Course

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18 holes over 6,704 yards with a par of 71 (Public)
4210 Bluegrass Way
Saint George, UT 84790-4451
(877) 986-0131
4 miles from the center of Saint George.

The Ledges Golf Club, Ledges Course

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The Ledges Golf Club is one of the area’s newer courses.  It is a 7,200-yard high-end and innovative championship course in – need we say it – the rugged and unmatched beauty of Southern Utah’s landscape.  It’s a few minutes out-of-town on Hwy. 18 but the scenery along the way, and the challenges of the course will make it well worth your time and travel.
18 holes over 7,145 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
1585 Ledges Pkwy
Saint George, UT 84770-6988
(435) 634-4640
4 miles from the center of Saint George.

Entrada at Snow Canyon, Entrada Course

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Entrada at Snow Canyon has been described as breathtaking, punishing, spectacular, demanding, beautiful, exasperating and exhilarating.  Those who have experienced this gorgeous, par 72 Johnny Miller-designed course, agree on all counts.  Not for those who play only a few times a year, Entrada at Snow Canyon is one of the state’s top five courses where good golfers will be tested at every shot.
18 holes over 7,262 yards with a par of 71 (Public)
2537 Entrada Trl
Saint George, UT 84770-4790
(435) 674-7500
6 miles from the center of Saint George.

Green Spring Country Club, Green Spring Course

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Green Spring, in nearby Washington City, can be a real challenge to the weekend golfer but is one of those courses where you can card a 94 and still say you had a great time.  Green Spring is evidence you don’t have to travel to Palm Springs or Phoenix to find superb desert golf.
18 holes over 6,562 yards with a par of 71 (Municipal)
588 N Green Springs Dr
Washington, UT 84780-1484
(435) 673-7888
5 miles from the center of Saint George.

Coral Canyon Golf Course, Coral Canyon Course

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Coral Canyon, located just off the I-15 freeway at Exit 10, is another of “color country’s” 18-hole courses set in the beauty and splendor of southwestern Utah’s beautiful red rock terrain.  Coral Canyon’s 7,029-yard, 72-par layout provides breathtaking 360-degree views. Gentleman must wear shirts with a collar. Shorts should be mid-length or longer, no denim shorts or pants are allowed. 
18 holes over 7,029 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
1925 N Canyon Greens Dr
Washington, UT 84780-1857
(435) 688-1700
9 miles from the center of Saint George.

Sky Mountain Golf Course, Sky Mountain Course

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Sky Mountain, Hurricane City’s 18-hole public course, is another enjoyable round of golf located in our spectacular and world-famous red rock country.   The 6,383 yard / 72-par course is challenging by itself, but the distraction of breathtakingly beautiful views of Zion National Park and Pine Valley Mountains will make it even more so.
18 holes over 6,392 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal)
1030 N Sky Mountain Blvd
Hurricane, UT 84737-3141
(435) 635-7888
15 miles from the center of Saint George.

Sand Hollow Golf Resort, Sand Hollow Championship Course

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Sand Hollow Resort is one of the area’s newer courses, taking full advantage of the natural terrain, views, and vistas of Southwestern Utah’s red rock country.  In addition to 27 holes of golf on two award-winning courses, the facility also sports a spacious driving range, an 18-hole Himalayan-style putting course and a clubhouse to enjoy after your play.
18 holes over 7,315 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
5625 Clubhouse Dr
Hurricane, UT 84737-7789
(435) 656-4653
16 miles from the center of Saint George.

Sand Hollow Golf Resort, Honourable Links Course

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9 holes over 3,687 yards with a par of 36 (Public)
5625 Clubhouse Dr
Hurricane, UT 84737-7789
(435) 656-4653
16 miles from the center of Saint George.

Summer Time Golf in St. George

Summertime can be a great time to try and play these elite golf courses since the summer season is when the golf courses in this area have their non-peak rates in effect. Another way to play these courses and get a discounted rate at other times throughout the rest of the year is to try and get tee times during their twilight hours. However, if you get the opportunity to play at any of these courses no matter what time of year, you will be extremely glad you chose to play there and by spending a little more in doing so. None of these courses will disappoint! Each one of these Championship Courses is very different from one another, which makes trying each of them out so much fun.

Winter Time Golf in St. George

Winter golf in St. George is just one of the great things about vacationing to St. George, Utah during the winter as it is located in the Southern Utah desert. It has a much more forgiving winter weather than the rest of the state of Utah and most of the US for that matter. Due to the mild climates, St. George, Utah has become an extremely popular destination for golfers during the winter season.

Due to the lack of snow that St. George gets, it makes it pretty nice to hit the links throughout the winter months. The courses throughout the area cater to both professional and leisure golfers that are looking to enjoy their round, enjoy the winter weather, and take in the beautiful desert landscapes of Southern Utah.

There are more than a dozen courses that one can choose from in the area that is all really great, it just depends what you are looking for in the course. You can easily select a course here in St. George, Utah based on the difficulty and challenge the course provides, the price of the round, and even by the scenery and landscape where the course is located. There really is a course for every kind of golfer. Each course in the area is extremely unique and each has something different to offer.