- Take your pick of three championship nines at St. George's municipal treasure, Sunbrook Golf Course.
- Each of the nines are par 36: the Pointe, the Woodbridge, and the Black Rock.
- Cliffs, island greens and volcanic rock are common hazards to avoid.
The Sunbrook Golf Course in St. George is actually 3 separate nine-hole courses, making for southwestern Utah's only 27-hole championship course.
The Pointe was originally the front nine for the course, and cuts through the foothills of St. George, offering fantastic views and challenging golf. The #5 hole is the most dramatic, with a 100-foot cliff dropping off to the left.
Originally the back nine, Woodbridge has some of the most beautiful holes in the group. It was named after the fifth hole, whose island-green is adorned with a beautiful, country-style bridge.
Black Rock is the newest addition to the family, opening in 1997. Commonly considered the toughest of the family, it was named for the set of holes carved into black lava, with target greens set among the igneous rock.
Carved into the foothills of St. George, Sunbrook is west of the airport, with access from Dixie St. via I-15 or W. Sunset Blvd.
Hours / Seasons
The gem of St. George's municipal courses is open year-round, with tee time starting around 8am or earlier depending on the season.
- 9 Holes: $16.50-$31.50
- 18 Holes: $26-$56
Twilight hours vary according to the season, generally starting around 2pm.
Since opening in 1990, Sunbrook Golf Course, Utah has continued to receive recognition, with Golf Digest and other publications giving important accolades to this unique and challenging course.