Played this course yesterday and I loved it as I shot the best round of my life. Good service from what I received and Sarah the morning bartender was a looker.
Anyway, the course was in great shape and the greens were rolling fantastic. Real true to speed. I'm not a big fan of moguls everywhere but it was fine. The views were something I have never experienced. I couldn't get enough of it.
I would recommend checking this out in bfe course if you're in St. George.
Hard to fault! It's a stern, tough but fair test, that was in great shape when we first played it a few years ago and is even better now. Played today in 20-25 mph winds and for this bogey golfer, bogey was a good score on most of the holes.
I haven't played every course in St George, but of the 5 or 6 I've played this is the best.
This is a definite MUST PLAY if you're in the area. From the course layout to the incredible views, to the immaculately maintained tee boxes, fairways and greens, this was a treat to play.
The staff was pleasant and friendly. And just to show you their dedication to the impeccable playing conditions, every few holes we would see a staffer (not a maintenance crew) out there waiting for us to exit the greens so they could repair ball marks, indentations, etc. before the next group arrived. Wow! Sweet!
Compared to the other courses my buddy and I played during our mini golf vacation (The Ledges and Coral Canyon were the other two) Sand Hollow was tops. Though there were a couple of tricky holes, nothing that was confusing to the point of frustration that we found in the other two courses.
I can't say enough about the conditions and the scenery, especially on the back 9, where you start playing alongside dramatic cliffs. Oh - don't go left on some of these holes. It's a long way down!
Amazing round, and even though I like to play as many different courses as possible - trying not to repeat vacation/destination courses, I would definitely put this on the itinerary next time I'm in town.
This place is awesome!!! I've played here 6 times and the course has always been in great condition in summer or winter. The front nine is cool, but the back nine sends you into the red rock. Just amazing views from the elevated tees. We found some cheap times that made it more worth. I love this place and try to get up there as much as possible from Long Beach.
Made the drive up here from Vegas a couple more times this year. Don't forget there's an hour time zone change if you come here from Vegas. Still a 5 in my book. Not the most difficult course...but it's been in immaculate condition every time we've played. And the views of the red rocky cliffs and mesas are great. Probably just under a 2 hour drive up from Vegas. My suggestion....skip Mesquite and go play in St. George. Well, Wolf Creek is worth it.... if you don't mind the most ridiculous elevation changes ever.