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Sunbrook Golf Course
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.
Opening with The Pointe nine and the Woodbridge nine in 1990, Sunbrook unveiled the third nine, Blackrock, in 1997. The Pointe and Woodbridge were designed by California legend, architect Ted Robinson, while one of this generation’s rising stars, architect John Harbottle, brought the Blackrock nine to life. Both are noted for their dedication to the indigenous aspects of the terrain, thus the three nines all pay homage to their unique landscape features while utilizing them to provide the best of the player challenges and enjoyment.
Sunbrook is located in an ideal spot for enjoying a triple crown of southern Utah scenery: the red sandstone cliffs and white face of Snow Canyon, the majestic Pine Valley Mountain, and the rolling fields of black lava rock. The Pointe nine provides golfers the most opportunities to take in the surrounding scenery. Wide-open, this nine plays largely from bluff tops toward the scenic features and even offers an overlook of Green Valley to the south. The Pointe’s signature hole is No. 5, which is also its namesake. A 320-yard par four, this hole starts with a short dogleg and finishes with a green that offers one of the course’s (and one of the area’s) best panoramic viewpoints. Below this spectacular vista lies a green which demands a perfect shot in order not to fall prey to the cliffs that surround it on three sides.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How far is Sunbrook, Utah from St. George?
A. The Sunbrook golf community is about 6.1 miles away (or a 12-minute drive) from downtown St. George.
Q. What else is there to do around Sunbrook Golf Club?
A. There’s so much to do in and around the area of Sunbrook Golf Club—for all ages! This includes Pioneer Park, Sand Hollow Aquatic Center, Rosenbruch World Wildlife Museum, Bloomington Petroglyph Park, and a number of parks, trails, landmarks, and other attractions!
Q. What is the weather like around Sunbrook Golf Club?
A. With an average of 255 sunny days a year, Sunbrook Golf Club has favorable weather for golfing, specifically in the spring and autumn months. Summers can be quite hot and dry, and temperatures in winter almost never go below freezing.
2366 W. Sunbrook Dr., St. George, UT • 435-627-4400
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