The Ledges Golf Club is another high-quality, upscale St. George golf course, crafted by the late Matt Dye – the nephew of the storied golf architect Pete Dye – adding to the fine menu of St.George Utah golf courses which has propelled the area into a national golf destination status.
Located at the foothills of Snow Canyon State Park, The Ledges Golf Club offers downright enchanting views of stunning red-rocks, sharp black highlights of ancient lava bed fissures, and the jaw-dropping scale of the towering white sandstone cliffs and rugged desert beauty.
“With awe inspiring beauty of this locale, it’s often easy to focus shots from your camera, and not so much on golf shots, but Dye injected enough interesting flavor to keep any player’s interest piqued throughout the round.”
As expected the golf course looks and feels like a “Dye” designed golf course, thankfully, perhaps a bit more tame than some of Uncle Pete’s recent work. With awe inspiring beauty of this locale, it’s often easy to focus shots from your camera, and not so much on golf shots, but Dye injected enough interesting flavor to keep any player’s interest piqued throughout the round.
Why Should You Play at The Ledges Golf Club?
- Upscale service and nice clubhouse amenities.
- Fun, playable golf shots throughout the entire layout
- Unique location, stunning scenery.
- Fast greens and nice playing conditions
- Good price vs. quality of golf.
- We offer excellent value with The Ledges Golf Packages
The Ledges Stay & Play Golf Packages – Recently The Ledges Golf Club has built beautiful accommodations on property, and is a perfect location to stay and play for a St. George Golf Package. With the Billy Casper Golf Academy, and the Fish Rock Grill just steps away from your room, this is a awesome St. George golf getaway.
Staff Insider Tip – Don’t forget , a camera is a must have piece of equipment when you play golf in St. George, Utah! The Ledges offers a plethora of photo-ops on numerous holes. We typically suggest to play the golf course from a shorter yardage than you play at home. The Dye family adds a ton of interest and demand in their green complexes, and trust us you will have a ton more fun going at these greens with 7-iron, than a long iron, after all golf should be fun!