With a landscape conducive to activity, a thriving arts scene, a temperate climate, emerald green fairways and the incredible scenery of Zion National Park, this area is a haven you’ll wish you discovered long ago.
Upon entering the captivating walls of Zion National Park, you will experience a feeling that won’t quite fit inside your camera. The colors will astound you. The perspective will humble you. The immensity will leave you in awe. In Zion, you can hike, bike, climb, rappel, walk or simply stroll along the river. There are adventures for the adrenaline junkie to the faint of heart.
The charming town of Springdale is nestled amid the sandstone peaks of Zion. This small, eclectic town extends a warm welcome as visitors browse unique shops, galleries and local eateries.
St. George is beautifully situated for a fabulous get-away with great weather and incredible outdoor activities. Enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding and ATVs. There are 12 golf courses, four State Parks, top rated spas and excellent dining, shopping, museums and galleries to explore.
You’ll find outdoor theater at its finest in a red rock canyon with elaborate sets and costumes. Disney’s The Little Mermaid, The Wizard of Oz and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will be on stage this 2014 season.
National Geographic called the St. George area one of the 50 best places to live and play and Trip Advisor ranked it a Number One Travel Hotspot. Take it from the experts—it is one great place to visit! Fly direct via United or Delta. Plan your vacation with our new Trip Planner at www.AtoZion.com
CORAL CANYON GOLF COURSE
You will be amazed at how green the fairways are in this rustic desert. The way the sunshine and blue skies brighten up the greens will make you feel like you’re playing golf in paradise. The fairways here are wide and nicely forgiving – so go ahead, flex your muscles and go for your longest drive!
The most common thing golfers say about Coral Canyon Golf is just how fun it is! Golf? Fun?
(Hmmm, now there’s an idea.)
SAND HOLLOW GOLF COURSE
Sand Hollow Golf Course has it’s own standard for unique course design. Have you ever played golf on a cliff? Well, get ready because on this John Fought designed course, you might find yourself teeing one over the edge just to see how far you can make it fly. Combine that with the reflecting sunset on the Virgin River as you finish your round and you’ll be wishing you had your best buddy there with you! (Your new golf clubs don’t count as a friend.) The golf course incorporates steep ridge lines, deep canyons, and expansive elevations to create one of the most incredible golf experiences in the country. Don’t believe us? It is a multiple time #1 rated in Utah course as well as a top ten in the nation!
The Sand Hollow Golf Course experience includes 18 holes of championship golf as well as a walkable nine hole links style course designed after the early traditions of the game. The championship par-72 course stretches to over 7,000 yards but with five tees on each hole, golfers of all abilities will enjoy playing the Sand Hollow Golf Course. The course has been open since the fall of 2008.
Breathtaking red rock views amidst a stunning natural setting are the focal points of this John Fought designed golf course at Sand Hollow. The golf course incorporates steep ridge lines, deep canyons, and expansive elevations to create one of the most incredible golf experiences in the West.
SUNBROOK GOLF COURSE
Sunbrook Golf Course 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.
Golf Digest twice rated Sunbrook Golf Course as the best golf course in Utah. This rating is a result of a number of elements including scenery, challenge, quality, and service. With the addition of the Black Rock Nine, Sunbrook is the only golf club in southwest Utah to feature 27 championship holes.
Fairway Magazine talks about Sunbrook Golf Course: The crown jewel of St. George City owned golf courses is the Sunbrook Golf Course. Sunbrook features three distinct nines. The Pointe nine meanders through the foothills of the west side of St. George, offering tremendous views of the surrounding landscape. The Pointe has plenty of water hazards and some great risk/reward holes.The Wood Bridge nine features two of the most recognizable golf holes in southern Utah. The 4th hole is a par 3 with an elevated tee shot to an island green. The island green is generous in size but it is still no consolation to golfers wishing to avoid dumping that new Titleist into the water. And if an island green isn’t enough, the par-4 5th hole has more in store for you. From the tee the famous wood bridge is visible just beyond the landing area. The hole requires a well-placed tee shot between water hazards and sagebrush, all from an elevated tee. Once you find the landing area, you will face a long approach shot into a well-guarded green. The newest addition to Sunbrook is the Black Rock nine. With three holes carved from lava fields, Black Rock puts a premium on accuracy. Black Rock has improved the overall playing experience at Sunbrook resulting in an unmatchable variety of championship golf holes.
GREEN SPRING GOLF COURSE
The Green Spring Golf Course is a favorite among locals and visitors. Signature holes 5 and 6 have you shooting across red rock ravines that will surely get your heart racing! There are lots of water hazards to negotiate on the course, and some good course management is needed to secure a good score. You might find yourself wanting to tee off a couple extra balls just to see if you can cut the corner to the green on hole 15. This course will leave you with plenty of great stories and a deep desire to return for another chance to try again. Paired with the right hotel, this course will top off your perfect golf getaway!
Green Spring area in Washington Utah was one of the main courses for St. George’s golf course boom in the early 90’s. The golf course is a pleasure to play and offers a excellent test of golf including, two of arguably the best holes in all of Utah. These two holes feature breathtaking shots over a deep red-rock canyon, with stunning backdrops of the 10,000 foot Pine Valley Mountain and views of Red Cliffs State Park Recreation Area. From top to bottom Green Spring Golf Course is a quality golf experience, and is a course not to be missed on your next trip.
THE LEDGES GOLF COURSE
The Ledges Golf Course comes with unique views of it’s 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.
Sitting 900 feet above the St. George Utah valley, and breathtakingly close to the Snow Canyon State Park cliffs, the views on The Ledges Golf Course course are as magnificent as its greens! From the stunning tees, meticulous greens and stunning panorama, you’ll feel like you’re playing in a postcard on every hole. The Ledges Golf Course features an acclaimed Golf Academy, an incredible teaching facility that includes a championship short game area, 3 climate controlled teaching bays, precision video cameras and swing/putting analysis software with the best golf instructors to be found anywhere. Combine the grandeur of the landscape, and innovative design with a brilliant clubhouse, Fish Rock Grille restaurant, remarkable banquet facilities, high-tech teaching center and outstanding driving range and you can understand why The Ledges is a common stop for practicing pros and recreational golfers alike.
The Ledges Golf Course is a 7,200 yard championship course designed by Matt Dye against a grand backdrop of Snow Canyon State Park. The course is both innovative and challenging and the rugged, red rock terrain surrounding the course has gained it a reputation of being one of the most stunning settings for golf in the country.
SKY MOUNTAIN GOLF COURSE
Sky Mountain Golf Course 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!
A public 18-hole golf course owned and operated by the City of Hurricane, located in southern Utah surrounded by Zion National Park and the Pine Valley Mountain range, Sky Mountain Golf Course is set in one of the most picturesque and beautiful locations anywhere in the world. The course is a 6,383 yard / par 72 course. Don’t let that fool you, as the course plays tougher than the scorecard stats show.
“Fairway Magazine” talks about Sky Mountain: Sky Mountain Golf Course in Hurricane Utah is one of the best values in the area. The golf course is very unique with its rolling fairways and tabletop greens framed by red sand and lava-filled desert surrounds. The incredible panoramic view from the many elevated tees makes focusing on the shot at hand challenging. This is especially true on the 1st, 5th, 17th, and 18th holes as you marvel at the striking beauty of the twisted red rock landscape that gives Sky Mountain its name. This golf course is always in wonderful condition and is a great reward for those willing to leave the beaten path. You’ll need all the clubs in your bag, but most importantly, don’t forget to bring your camera.