Located on our Red Rock Golf Trail, St. George is just north of the Grand Canyon in the southwest corner of Utah. It offers great golf at a great value with many desert style courses and the beautiful scenery of Zion National Park!
Spring and fall have the more moderate weather and might be the best time to visit St. George. April and May and September and October are usually warm and sunny with highs between 60 and 90 degrees on average. However, expect occasional cool and even rainy spells during these months.
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Golfing in St. George is a fun experience. With 10 courses to choose from, you can play all the golf you desire at a great price point!
- The Ledges
- Sand Hollow
- Entrada at Snow Canyon (private)
- Green Spring
- Coral Canyon
- Sun River
- Sky Mountain
- St. George
The Ledges Golf Club comes with unique views of its own. The red rock panoramas from the rim of Snow Canyon State park make you feel like you’re playing golf in a postcard. Designed by renowned golf course architect Matt Dye, this course has a friendly atmosphere with an upscale pro shop and delightful restaurant. Four separate tee boxes with long and open fairways promise a rewarding round for everyone in your group. The front nine is set up well to help you break in your driver, and the back nine is a great test to see how well you can control your irons.
Sand Hollow Golf Club has its own standard for unique course design that includes an 18 hole championship track as well as a walkable 9 hole links style course. Have you ever played golf on a cliff? Well, get ready because on this John Fought course, you might find yourself teeing one off over the edge just to see how far you can make it fly.
Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club is a private equity country club, available exclusively to members and their guests or guests of the Inn at Entrada.
The Johnny Miller Signature Design 18-hole championship private golf course weaves through ancient black lava flows and meandering streams, stretching across 7,085 yards.
Entrada distinguishes itself year after year as Utah’s premier golf experience. Entrada is ranked as the number one year-round golf course in the state by Golf Digest Magazine. With over 300 days of annual sunshine, it’s no wonder we’re considered Utah’s hot spot.
Green Springs Golf Course was the one that started the golf boom in St. George. There were a couple other decent municipal golf courses in town in the early 90’s, but when Green Spring Golf Course was built, it raised the bar for the quality of golf in the area. To this day the Par 3, fifth and the Par 4, sixth are two of the most memorable holes in the entire area.
Coral Canyon Golf Course provides a rare opportunity for you to enjoy luxurious golf at the doorway to some of the world's most famed natural wonders.
Located in what many call "Color Country" in St. George, Utah, Coral Canyon's 7,029-yard, par-72 layout provides breathtaking views of Bryce Canyon's snow-capped pink spires in the winter and Zion National Park's green springtime bloom.
Sunbrook Golf Club is right in town and has a great variety of what the Red Rock Golf Trail has to offer. Play from the top of the bluffs to the desert floor. Shoot through black lava rock and try to avoid the red sand traps. With beautiful views of red rock formations and nearby alpine mountains, you’ll be in awe over the amazing landscapes that surround this course. Bridges, water hazards and elevation drops make every hole an adventure. There is even a par 3 island hole that will leave you dreaming about a hole in one!
With 27 holes, all three nines are starkly different, and offers unique features to each routing. The Pointe plays out into the desert, into canyons and along plateaus, The Woodbridge side plays through tall, mature cottonwoods and the 3rd nine Blackrock offers a few holes woven through ancient lava fields.
Southgate can be a walkable course for those looking to mix a little exercise in with their golf game. This is a “doable” course that weaves alongside the Santa Clara river – just close enough to make it beautiful and keep the game interesting. Eight of the first nine holes have water features, so you’ve got to be accurate. But the fairways are wide, so there’s usually a safe place to play. The back nine, however, is a different story. The narrow fairways and hills make you justify your front nine score.
Sun River is home to one of southern Utah’s greatest championship golf courses. The course layout is set in the Virgin River Valley and surrounded by the most colorful desert landscape in the country. With the smooth greens and the only bent grass tees in southern Utah, you are bound to have one of your best rounds of golf! Come spend the day and have an experience that we are sure will bring you back again and again.
Sky Mountain is as scenic as it is challenging. Don’t be fooled by the yardage, you’ll earn every stroke here. But when you shave one or two off, it’s all the more satisfying. The course is appropriately named for the amazing views from the elevated tee boxes. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself gazing off at the cliffs of Zion National Park and the azure rim of the Pine Valley Mountains in the distance. Anywhere you look and anytime you play, it’s simply gorgeous!
St. George Golf Club is a municipal course operated by the City of St. George. This course has stood strong as the city has grown and new courses have been added. The golf course has been a part of St. George for 30+ years. It has more of a traditional feel to its lay out, while maintaining the challenge of a Par of 73. Those who have been coming to play golf in southern Utah for many years have most likely played it before.