City of St. George Golf

Covid-19 Precautions


City of St. George Golf Division

Considering the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are now following the procedures outlined below to keep the community and employees safe.  These practices are in place until further notice.

We ask for your help in adhering to the below guidelines.
1.  If you have any symptoms, please stay home.
2.  Please wash your hands often and use hand sanitizers when possible.
3.  If you cough or sneeze, please do so into your elbow.
4.  Golfers are encouraged to bring their own sanitizers.

-Tee times can be made online at or by calling the respective golf course you wish to play.

Sunbrook:                                        435-627-4400
St. George Golf Club:                      435-627-4404
Southgate Golf Club:                       435-627-4440
Dixie Red Hills:                                435-627-4444

-Tee times may be paid over the phone or in person at the clubhouses on day of play.
-Tee time intervals will be expanded to help with social distancing on the course.
-Golfers will be asked to arrive NO EARLIER THAN 20 MINUTES PRIOR TO TEE TIME.

-Clubhouses will be open to golfers.  Restrooms will be open and sanitized hourly.
-Social distancing will be monitored and spacing of 6 feet will be in place at check-in.
-Food and drink will be available for purchase.
-Retail sales will be available.
-Scorecards and pencils will be provided on golf carts.  If you are walking, you may request a scorecard and pencil in the clubhouses.

-Golf carts will be available to rent.  Golfers may request to take their own cart if desired.
-You may bring your own pull cart for use.  No private motorized golf carts will be allowed.
-Driving ranges will be open and hitting areas will be spaced accordingly.
-On-course restrooms will be open and sanitized regularly throughout the day.
-All bunker rakes will be removed.  Bunkers will be played as waste areas.
-Ball washers will not be available.
-Customers are not to touch the flagsticks.  A foam insert has been placed in each hole so the ball cannot fall to the bottom.  Please do not alter the foam insert.



2020 Summer Golf Pass

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2020 Summer Golf Specials

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Loyalty Rewards Program

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Junior Association of Golfers


2020 JAG Registration Opens April 6th!

All JAG registrations must be completed online - registration links provided on this page April 6th.


Mandatory Registration

Registration is open for kids 6-17 to participate in JAG this summer. Fee includes discounted green fees, a t-shirt, free rules and etiquette school classes, one 1-day instructional clinic, as well as range ball discounts and the Mid-Year JAG Pool Party. If this is your first year in JAG, you must register for a Rules School class before you are eligible to receive your JAG card. Cards will be ready for you after you attend Rules School. Allow two business days before you pick up your card. JAG cards do not take effect until May 1.

Click here for Mandatory Player Registration - registration open Monday, April 6th

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1.     Pairings will be made in twosomes or threesomes, no exception.  We will not be allowing foursomes.

2.     2 spectators will be allowed per player.  For 10-under players, this would be the parent/caddy with the player that day, plus 1 more spectator.

3.     A Pepsi product will be handed to each participant prior to tee off.

4.     Flagsticks must remain in place during round.  Please do not touch flagsticks.

5.     No rakes will be placed in bunkers.  When in a bunker, you will be permitted to place your ball within 1 grip length of original spot.

6.     Upon completion of play, please turn scorecard in to proshop.  Scores will not be posted on a scoreboard.  Winners will be posted online on our Facebook page and on the City website.  City website is

7.     Trophies can be picked up at the host tournament clubhouse the day following the tournament.



With the social distancing restrictions, we ask that everyone take the proper safety guidelines seriously.  This includes:


1.  Social distancing.  No congregating on putting greens, driving ranges or clubhouses prior to or upon completion of play.
2.  Proper hand washing prior to and upon the completion of play.

3.  If feeling ill, please do not participate in tournament.

4.  Instead of “high fives or shaking hands,” give “air high fives.”

Tournament #1 - Wednesday, May 27, Dixie Red Hills - Register Here

Parent/JR Tournament #1 - Thursday, May 28, St. George Golf Club - Register Here

Tournament #2 - Tuesday, June 2, Green Springs - Register Here

Tournament #3 - Wednesday, June 10, St. George Golf Club - Register Here

Parent/JR Tournament #2 - Thursday, June 11, Southgate Golf - Register Here

Tournament #4 - Tuesday, June 16, Sunbrook Golf - Register Here

Parent/JR Tournament #3 - Thursday, June 18, Dixie Red Hills - Register Here

Tournament #5 - Wednesday, June 24, Sky Mountain - Register Here

Tournament #6 - Tuesday, July 1, Dixie Red Hills - Register Here

Parent/JR Tournament #4 - Thursday, July 2, Entrada  - Register Here

Tournament #7 - Wednesday, July 8, The Ledges Golf Club - Register Here

Parent/JR Tournament $5 - Thursday, July 9, Sunbrook - Register Here

Tournament #8 - Wednesday, July 14, Southgate - Register Here


Match Play - Register Here

July 20th, St. George Golf Club


Rules School is MANDATORY for 1st year participants. The class will be held at the Southgate driving range. The players will participate in an hour long discussion of Golf etiquette. You will receive your JAG card and everything else after the class. Each class is limited to 20 participants.

Click here for Rules School Registration - registration open Monday, April 6th

Instructional clinics will focus on putting, chipping, full swing course management and rules based on skill level and age of junior golfer.

Click here for Instructional Clinic Registration - registration open Monday, April 6th

Dixie Red Hills Golf Course

Dixie Red Hills Golf Course was the first golf course developed by the City of St.George in the mid 1960’s taking us from a desert gas station stop to a true place of beauty and tourism.

Because of its spectacular red rock setting and playability, Dixie Red Hills Golf Course been the favorite of recreational and serious golfers alike. Dixie Red Hills is a 9-hole par-34 layout that meanders around the sandstone cliffs commonly seen in the area. This golfer friendly course also features hundreds of mature Cottonwoods, Mondale Pines, Mesquite, and other trees that provide ample shade during St. George’s warmer months. If you want to play in the red rocks, you can’t get any closer than this. You’ll be calling shots off the boulders, around the cliffs and through the trees as you find your way to the green.

Each hole is quite distinct and will leave a lasting memory in the minds of golfers. Three holes that will stand out most are #1, #3, and #6. The first hole at Dixie Red Hills Golf Course is a short, uphill par four. From the tee it appears quite innocuous. But if you are lucky enough to get past the huge red rock sentry located in the fairway adjacent to the green, your worries have just begun. Golfers often talk about being addicted to the game. Once you play Dixie Red Hills, you to will understand why! The course is a favorite of those who enjoy walking and playing a golf  course with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

Sunbrook Golf Club

Sunbrook Golf Course is right in town and has a great variety of what the Red Rock Golf Trail has to offer. Play from the top of the bluffs to the desert floor.  Shoot through black lava rock and try to avoid the red sand traps. With beautiful views of red rock formations and nearby alpine mountains, you’ll be in awe over the amazing landscapes that surround this course. Bridges, water hazards and elevation drops make every hole an adventure!  There is even a par 3 island hole that will leave you dreaming about a hole in one.


Golf Digest twice rated Sunbrook Golf Course as the best golf course in Utah. This rating is a result of a number of elements including scenery, challenge, quality, and service. With the addition of the Black Rock Nine, Sunbrook is the only golf club in southwest Utah to feature 27 championship holes.


Fairway Magazine talks about Sunbrook Golf Course: The crown jewel of St. George City owned golf courses is the Sunbrook Golf Course.  Sunbrook features three distinct nines. The Pointe nine meanders through the foothills of the west side of St. George, offering tremendous views of the surrounding landscape. The Pointe has plenty of water hazards and some great risk/reward holes.The Wood Bridge nine features two of the most recognizable golf holes in southern Utah. The 4th hole is a par 3 with an elevated tee shot to an island green. The island green is generous in size but it is still no consolation to golfers wishing to avoid dumping that new Titleist into the water. And if an island green isn’t enough, the par-4 5th hole has more in store for you. From the tee the famous wood bridge is visible just beyond the landing area. The hole requires a well-placed tee shot between water hazards and sagebrush, all from an elevated tee. Once you find the landing area, you will face a long approach shot into a well-guarded green. The newest addition to Sunbrook is the Black Rock nine. With three holes carved from lava fields, Black Rock puts a premium on accuracy. Black Rock has improved the overall playing experience at Sunbrook resulting in an unmatchable variety of championship golf holes.

Southgate Golf Club

Southgate Golf Course can be a walkable course for those looking to mix a little exercise in with their golf game.  This is a “doable” course that weaves alongside the Santa Clara river – just close enough to make it beautiful and keep the game interesting.  Eight of the first nine holes have water features, so you’ve got to be accurate.  But the fairways are wide, so there’s usually a safe place to play.  The back nine, however, is a different story.  The narrow fairways and hills make you justify your front nine score.  If you’re not happy with your results, Southgate also has a game improvement center with PGA professionals to help you dial things in!

Southgate Golf Course is a golf course with multiple personalities. Laid out as a great walking course, the front nine requires accuracy to successfully negotiate its waterways. Eight out of nine holes on the front nine feature either a lake or the Santa Clara River as scenic challenges to par. The back 9, slightly longer than the front nine, adds the element of risk/reward and allows the player to recover shots lost on the front nine. Southgate Golf Course is a par-70 layout which is enjoyable for all levels of ability.”

Fairway Magazine talks about Southgate: Southgate Golf Course is one of the most player-friendly courses in the area. Southgate has undergone extensive redesign over the past 15 years. The front nine meanders along the beautiful Santa Clara River while the back nine traverses the foothills of Tonaquint Mountain providing stunning views of downtown St. George with its red rock backdrop. Southgate is a great golf course for those looking for an enjoyable round of golf as opposed to a brutal test of your skills. Southgate Golf Course also features a game improvement center with award-winning PGA professionals and instruction programs.

St. George Golf Club

St. George Golf Club is a municipal course operated by the City of St. George. This course has stood strong as the city has grown and new courses have been added. The golf course has been a part of St. George for 30+ years. It has more of a traditional feel to its lay out, while maintaining the challenge of a Par of 73. Those who have been coming to play golf in southern Utah for many years have most likely played it before.

The appeal of St. George Golf Club has always been the favorable greens. As with most older courses, the greens are not as tricky, and putts are makeable for longer distances even for the average player. Big greens and the area around the greens provide players area for their “less than perfect shots.” Another appeal of this course is that of two seasons. During the peak season, November through March, the golf course has the distinct look of other southwest courses where the rough has a brown look while the tees, fairways, and greens are a rich green color.

Fairway Magazine talks about St. Geoge Golf Club: The St. George Golf Club is a unique design that winds its way through the Ft. Pearce Wash. The course is one of the better layouts in the area and is perfect for those golfers who like to walk and wish to mix a little exercise with their round. The most prevalent features on the golf course are the challenging par-3s over water and the peninsula that hosts both the par-5 9th green and the par-4 18th green. Even though most golfers will have a short iron approach into these two greens, accuracy and distance control are at a premium.

Golf Learning Center at Southgate

The Golf Learning Center at Southgate offers the best golf instruction in St. George, UT.  We pride ourselves on working with every skill level for men, women and junior golfers.  Whether you are just starting out, need a golf tip to correct a swing flaw or just want to get to the next level, we can help!  Our patient PGA Professionals have the resources  & experience to make a dramatic impact on your game.  With the latest in golf technology, we can work with you at our indoor hitting bay to fine tune your swing. 

Course Fees


  Jan-May Oct-Dec June-Sept
9 holes $31.50 $28.50 $16.50
9 holes w/cart  $38.50  $35.50 $23.50
18 holes     $56.00 $51.00 $26.00
18 holes w/cart  $70.00  $65.00 $40.00
Loyalty Card 18 holes* $31.00 $27.00 $19.00
Loyalty Card 9 holes*  $17.50 $14.50 $10.50
Twilight rate w/cart  $43.00  $43.00   $26.00








*May vary from weekday to weekend

 9 hole cart fee                   $8
18 hole cart fee                 $16

Range balls, small             $3
Range balls, large             $6



  Jan-May Oct-Dec  June-Sept
9 holes  $21.50 $21.50 $13.50
9 holes w/cart $29.50 $29.50 $21.50
18 holes  $35.00 $35.00 $21.00
18 holes w/cart   $51.00 $51.00 $37.00
Loyalty Card 18 holes* $24.00 $21.00 $16.00
Loyalty Card 9 holes* $13.50 $11.50 $8.50







*May vary from weekday to weekend

9 hole cart fee                   $8
18 hole cart fee                 $16

Range balls, small             $3
Range balls, large             $6
Note: St. George Golf Club does not have a driving range



  Jan-May Oct-Dec June-Sept
9 holes  $21.50 $21.50  $14.00
9 holes w/cart $29.50 $29.50 $22.00
Loyalty card 9 holes* $13.50 $11.50 $8.50





*May vary from weekday to weekend

9 hole cart fee                   $8

Range balls, small             $3
Range balls, large             $6