11 breathtaking St. George-area golf courses
The Beautiful Courses of the Red Rock Golf Trail
These courses are known for their stunning scenery. In fact, Utah’s top-rated courses are found in the St. George area. Ribbons of emerald green fairways traverse breathtaking red rock beauty, punctuated now and then by jet black lava rock, cascading waterfalls and stunning sunsets. With sunny blue skies, the winter daytime temperatures in St. George are generally in the 55 to 65 degree range, making conditions ideal for your group’s golf getaway to the year-round golf capital of Utah. The fall’s crystal clear morning air will have you posting pictures to all your jealous friends.
The Red Rock Golf Trail has a course for everyone’s game and budget. From challenging designs to the family friendly courses, all courses offer scenic wonders, country club service and wallet friendly green fees for every golfer.
Sand Hollow Resort Championship Course
Breathtaking red rock views amidst a stunning natural setting are the focal points of the John Fought designed Sand Hollow Resort Championship Course. The golf course incorporates steep ridgelines, deep canyons, and expansive elevations to create one of the most incredible golf experiences in the West.
The crown jewel of St. George golf is the Sunbrook Golf Club. Sunbrook’s 27 distinctive holes offer tremendous views, an abundance of risk/reward shots, ancient lava fields and even an island green. The Sunbrook experience has an unmatched variety of championship golf holes.
Located in nearby Mesquite, Nevada, Falcon Ridge Golf Course features spectacular elevation changes, numerous water features and high mesa views. With a wide selection of teeing options, the course is playable for all levels of golfers.
St. George Golf Club
The St. George Golf Club offers a more traditional parkland style of play that is popular with guests and locals alike. The course features large smooth greens and fairways designed for walking.
Green Spring Golf Course is a pleasure to play and offers an excellent test of golf including two of arguably the best holes in all of Utah. Breathtaking shots over red rock canyons with stunning backdrops make Green Spring a “must-play.”
Coral Canyon Golf Course provides a rare opportunity to enjoy luxurious golf at the doorway to some of the world’s famed natural wonders. The course fits seamlessly into its natural environment working its way through natural red rock formations and pristine native desert.
The scenic and challenging Sky Mountain Golf Course has some of the most picturesque holes in all of Southern Utah. Incredible panoramic views of the twisted red rock landscape are available throughout the course.
Postcard perfect views can be found at The Ledges. With many holes playing right alongside Snow Canyon State Park the course design is both stunning and innovative as it is challenging.
Dixie Red Hills
Dixie Red Hills Golf Course opened for play in the mid-1960s, the distinctive nine hole par-34 layout meanders around sandstone cliffs and mature trees and is one of the real treats of the Red Rock Golf Trail.
Laid out as a great walking course, Southgate Golf Club provides a front nine requiring some accuracy off the tee with water lurking on many holes. The back nine is a bit longer and has plenty of risk/reward opportunities.
Sitting along the Virgin River, SunRiver golf course is surrounded by a colorful desert landscape with wide fairways and the only bent grass tee boxes in the area. SunRiver has a player-friendly ambiance while still providing a challenging test of golf.
Zion National Park, just 40 minutes from St. George, is a must do for the first time visitor (or second or third). The stunning canyon landscapes will amaze you over and over again. Make hiking in Zion National Park one of the highlights of your Red Rock Golf Trail getaway. Zion is a sanctuary. A refuge. One of those rare places that neither words, nor pictures can capture.