2860 S 20 E
7 Bed, 7 Bath, 13335 Sqft, 7.31 Acres
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7 Bed, 7 Bath, 13335 Sqft, 7.31 Acres
Santa Clara, UT
4 Bed, 6 Bath, 8564 Sqft, 1.62 Acres
Summit Sotheby's St George
5 Bed, 8 Bath, 10723 Sqft, 1.08 Acres
Reserve Of Entrada Snow Canyon Estates
Re/max First Realty - (southern Utah)
8 Bed, 9 Bath, 24500 Sqft, 0.92 Acres
Kw Sg Keller Williams Realty
St George, UT
5 Bed, 8 Bath, 11161 Sqft, 0.61 Acres
Ledges Of St George
Re/max First Realty
St George, UT
5 Bed, 7 Bath, 11588 Sqft, 0.72 Acres
Engel & Volkers St George
Southern Utah’s 300-plus days of sunshine, mild winters and surrounding scenic wonders provide the idea setting for golf. Several of the area’s twelve courses were designed by nationally acclaimed architects and have varying levels of difficulty but all enjoy the spectacular, multicolored vistas provided by the vivid Red Mountain and the varied Snow Canyon located on the area’s west side, the majestic 10,000-foot Pine Valley Mountain to the north, the dramatic formations of Zion National Park to the east as well as many others throughout.
There are more than 15 challenging golf courses in the St. George area, with surrounding property choices ranging from stylish fairway villas to private view homes on tree-lined acreage. Please contact me if you require more info — you'll find I've done my homework.
Built in 1969, the Bloomington Country Club was the second course built in southern Utah and the first private country club. The course was designed utilizing a concept that is found with increasing rarity in modern-day courses—pure Bermuda grass on wide, gently sloping fairways. Click here to read more & view Bloomington golf listings...
Southern Utah’s first golf course, the 9-hole Dixie Red Hills was aptly named for it is surrounded by some of the area’s most vibrant red rock cliff sides. The ample trees and green fairways provide spectacular contrast to the red cliffs and sandstone outcroppings all around it; while the area’s perennially blue sky adds another layer of vivid color to this course’s palate. Click here to read more...
The first course in Utah to be designed by World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Johnny Miller, Entrada at Snow Canyon opened in 1997 among the top ten of Golf Digest’s new upscale public golf courses and has consistently earned high ratings (starting with a ten and above) on Zagat Survey’s America’s Top Golf Courses. Click here to read more & view Entrada golf listings...
Nestled in Bloomington Hills on the southern end of St. George, the St. George Golf Club opened in 1976 as a privately owned course but came into the very capable hands of St. George City in the mid-1980s. St. George Golf Club is noted for several distinctive features. Level elevation throughout makes it an excellent course for walking and favorable greens make it friendly to all levels of players. Click here to read more...
The front nine of this course was entirely rebuilt after being lost to the Santa Clara River flooding in 2005, and it has come back all the stronger. While the river no longer challenges the course’s structure, it does gently challenge its players along most of the front nine, while also providing some great river views. Click here to read more view Southgate golf listings...
A regular fixture on the list of the highest ranked courses in the state of Utah, the twenty-seven hole Sunbrook Golf Course offers three very different nines with their own set of features, demands and rewards. All three have earned Sunbrook a rare recognition for a municipal (City of St. George) course—a four and a half star rating from Golf Digest. Click here to read more & view Sunbrook golf listings...
The SunRiver golf course is at the southern-most tip of St. George very near the Utah/Nevada state line and lies along Virgin River. Set into the rolling desert hills of the south, SunRiver features a lake at the junction between its front nine (hole no. 9 hits over it) and back which bring an oasis to the course and a great stopping point for a wide variety of migrating birds throughout the fall and spring. Click here to read more & view SunRiver golf listings...
Ranked #5 on Golf Digest’s America’s Best New Public Golf Courses when it opened in 2007, The Ledges of St. George is uniquely situated to enjoy new vistas and new challenges to play within some of the area’s scenic wonders. Click here to read more & view golf listings at The Ledges...
Officially opening in early 2008, Sand Hollow Resort is Southern Utah’s newest golf venture and has earned excellent reviews from the start including the No. 6 spot on Golf Magazine’s Best New Courses list for that year. Click here to read more & view Sand Hollow golf listings...
The Sky Mountain Golf Course opened its first nine in December of 1994 and the second nine a few months later in 1995. This course quickly became known for its beauty as well as for its hearty challenge. Course designer Jeff Hardin is no stranger to mountain and desert terrain. Click here to read more & view Sky Mountain golf listings...
Ranked No. 4 on Utah’s Places to Play list by Golf Digest, Coral Canyon was designed by renown course architect Keith Foster. Golfers will recognize the benefits ffrom Fosters’ successful philosophy of laying a course into the surroundings rather than over them. Click here to read more & view Coral Canyon golf listings...
A St. George area favorite, the Green Spring Golf Course opened to excellent reviews in 1989, including being named as one of Golf Digest’s top five new golf courses in the country. Since that time, Green Spring has continued to earn high rankings and in 2002, it was given a four-star rating in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play.” Click here to read more & view Green Spring golf listings...
For more information about golf real estate in the surrounding St. George area, please contact David Ellis for assistance.