Two 9 Hole Courses in St. George You Gotta Play!
Sand Hollow Links Course
While this layout is highly overshadowed by the “wow” factor of the Sand Hollow Championship Course next door, the lovely Links Course is not to be missed! We won’t go as far as comparing this “desert links style” to storied seaside and prairie links courses you all know and love but, we will tout this one as a heck of a ton of rumpled, sandy, blown out awesomeness!
Fun is the main factor here, and you can enjoy a totally different style golf , with the ability to use ground game shots, running plays and use your imagination instead of a range finder. The green complexes are some of the most interesting putting surfaces in the area, and can be a joy an maddening all in the same putt. If you truly want to play this one like it was meant to be played, Rent a Set of Hickory Golf Clubs at the pros shop, you can channel your inner Old Tom Morris for a couple of hours. Dont mis this one!
Red Hills Golf Course
This course is 110% muni, with a shack for a clubhouse, old carts, virtually no service, no restaurant, not an ounce of pretentiousness, and oh it’s so perfectly wonderful, you gotta play it!
This is the kind of track you fell in love with golf as a kid. I recall freshly cut grass, images of morning sun rays and late summer walking rounds with you childhood friends, recall the silly shots you would try, the goofy bets for post round lemonades, and for sure remember bragging rights you had with a big drive off your persimmon woods. This is Red Hills Golf Course.
This is where we grew up and fell in love with the game. Red Hills is a wonderful stroll, with beautifully secluded golf holes filled with fun shots. Usually can walk this one in late afternoons in 90 minutes or less.