Featured Utah Golf Courses
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Designed by noted architect Steve McFarland, of the Ron Garl Design Group, the Ranches is a public golf facility created as a challenging 7,085 yard course with multiple tee boxes for players of all skill levels. Featuring a western theme, the course covers 220 acres in a true links-style layout.
Sky Mountain Golf Course is a public 18-hole golf course owned and operated by the City of Hurricane. It is located in scenic southern Utah surrounded by Zion National Park and the Pine Valley Mountain range. SkyMountain Golf Course is set in one of the most picturesque and beautiful locations anywhere in the world. The 6,383 yard / par 72 course is much more challenging than the yardage would indicate.
A championship caliber course, the Thanksgiving Point Golf Club is 7,714 yards long and covers more than 200 acres, making it the largest golf club in the state. Thanksgiving Point was ranked in the top ten new courses in the country by Golf Digest in 1997, recently named the number one public golf club in Utah by Golf Digest and one of fifteen "hidden gems" in the country by Links Magazine. This Johnny Miller Signature golf club cradles the most spectacular gardens in Utah, and creatively uses the natural mountain desert landscape to enhance the overall golf experience.
Red Rock Golf Trail is the most spectacular golf trail you will play on this year. Stunning vistas, challenging shots, affordable hotels, and courses to remember for a lifetime!
Located just 90 minutes northeast of Las Vegas on I-15, St. George Utah is a golfer's paradise. Whether an advanced player or just getting started in the sport, we have the golf course for you! With 11 courses in a 40 minute radius, it's simple to book your hotel room and spend the rest of your vacation driving on the golf course!
Nibley Park Golf Course, which opened in May 1922 after the Nibley family donated the land to Salt Lake City, is the oldest public golf course in Utah. Its central location has made it a popular destination for city dwellers and tourists, offering breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains to the East and the Oquirrh Mountains to the West.
Although a nine-hole layout, Nibley Park has been called Winged Foot West in reference to its variety of holes and table top greens. Fairways and greens are well-guarded by trees, many of which were planted before the early pioneers arrived in Salt Lake City. A large stream, several small brooks, and a large lake on the ninth hole make the course unusually challenging and enjoyable.
Coral Canyon Golf Course is set amidst the beauty and splendor of southwestern Utah. Designed by golf course architect Keith Foster, 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.
The Mountain Dell Canyon course features 13 of the original 18 holes at Mountain Dell and five new holes rolling up the eastern canyon carved out of the natural oak brush and rose thickets. At an altitude of 6,000 feet, Mountain Dell is near exit 134 on Interstate 80, 12 miles east of Salt Lake City and 13 miles west from Park City. Mountain Dell is about eight degrees cooler in the summer than the Salt Lake Valley. Players on the Canyon Course in the morning or early evening may see deer, elk, moose, eagles, hawks, badgers, squirrels, and an occasional cougar.