World Class Golf in St. George: 12 Amazing Must-See Courses
If you’re ready to hit the fairway and work on your swing, then St. George should be your first stop. With its year-round warm weather and scenic lava rock landscape, St. George is Utah’s golf capital.
Don’t know which golf course to tee off first? Here’s a quick overview of St. George’s must-see courses:
- Bloomington Country Club Golf Course – Surrounded by rolling foothills and lush vegetation, Bloomington Country Club is a private golf course with 18 holes and spans over 7,000 yards. Better still, it provides a full-size driving range and computerized tee-time system.
- Coral Canyon – Set against Zion National Park, Coral Canyon golf course has over 100 acres of turf and two lakes for golfers to enjoy. Coral Canyon also supplies a state-of-the-art GPS Yardage System which is perfect for tournaments and groups.
- Dixie Red Hills Golf Course – Established in the 1960s, this course features hundreds of cottonwood trees to offer shade during the hot summer months. This 9-hole course is ideal for those who enjoy a friendly atmosphere in a beautiful environment.
- Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club – Sitting near Navajo and Kayenta sandstone cliffs, Entrada golf course invites its members to enjoy golfing at a championship level. This 18-hole course ranked first as a year-round golf course by Utah’s Golf Digest Magazine.
- Green Spring Golf Course – This 18-hole oasis features stunning Pine Valley backdrops and views of Red Cliffs State Park’s beautiful pink spires. It has a large driving range as well as a clubhouse to calm your appetite for golf and good food.
- Sand Hollow Golf Course – Sand Hollow resort has 27 holes, including an 18-hole championship course. You can book your stay at the resort and enjoy other activities, such as ATVing, biking, and boating—or you can keep things simple and book a tee time in advance.
- Sky Mountain Golf Course – This public 18-hole golf course has panoramic views and elevated tees that challenge even the best golfers. The course is great for those who want to leave the beaten path and take high reward risk shots.
- Southgate Golf Course – Southgate is a great golf course for walking. Many of its holes feature a lake or river to challenge golfers, and PGA golf professionals are available to provide additional instruction.
- St. George Golf Club – St. George’s golf club has challenging par-3s over water as well as larger greens for players looking to improve their shots.
- Sunbrook Golf Course – Sunbrook has 27 championship holes, many of which include well-placed water hazards and lava rock fields to challenge your skills.
- SunRiver Golf Course- An award-winning course, SunRiver has smooth greens and bent grass, so you’ll likely have one of your best rounds while here. The course was recently rebuilt, and includes a great mix of long and short courses for players of all skill levels.
- The Ledges – The ledges is a 7,200 yard championship course set with breathtaking red rock backdrops. It features a state-of-the-art learning center equipped with three indoor hitting bays.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or a hobbyist, the golf courses of St. George have a lot to offer. If you’re looking to golf year-round, contact us. We can find the perfect place for you. Stop by St. George—you’ll love what you see.