The Ledges Golf Course, St. George Utah

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The Ledges Golf Course

With 18 holes set among the desert landscape, The Ledges Golf Course is open to everyone, though golfers may want to bring a few extra balls to replace their errant shots. Read More

  • Test your skills at The Ledges Golf Course.
  • Prices start at $48 and go to $95.
  • Open all year, this eighteen hole course is par 72.
  • The desert scenery is a beautiful setting, with cliffs, ravines and sagebrush.
  • Take some time to enjoy the culinary creations at the Fish Rock Grille.

Overview

While giving the opportunity to players of all skill levels to enjoy the course, The Ledges is, in many ways, focused on the intermediate and advanced golfers. Designed by the experienced and innovative Matt Dye, this course has been turning heads since it opened.

The wide fairways give a sense of confidence from the tee box, but the approach shots are the reason for the difficulty. With forced carries to tight plateaus and strong protection from bunkers and hazards, the multi-tier greens mysteriously break one way when they look like they should have gone the other.

It's all part of the incredible golfing experience at this high-calibre golf course, opened in 2006.

Location

The Ledges Golf Course is found on state highway 18, north of town. From St. George, take Bluff St. north, which will run right past the golf course outside of Snow Canyon.

Hours / Seasons 

Fortunately for The Ledges Golf Course, Utah has mild winters in the southern part of the state. This allows them to stay open all year long.

Tee times start at 8am or earlier, depending on the season.

Cost

October to May:

  • 18 Holes Mon - Wed: $85
  • 18 Holes Thu - Sat: $95
  • 18 Holes Sun: $75
  • 9 Holes: $48
  • 18 Holes after 1pm: $48

From June to September, prices drop approximately $20, but be sure to call for the current pricing schedule.

All listed prices include a cart. Driving range balls are $10 for a large bucket and $5 for a small one.

More Info

The Ledges has received numerous accolades, including Best New Upscale Public Course by Golf Digest and the Fairway Award for Best Outlying Course from Vegas Golfer.

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