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Dixie Red Hills Golf Club

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

Panoramic view of desert golf course with red rocks

Dixie Red Hills Golf Course is a St. George staple, representing the genesis of golf in Greater Zion. It is a nine-hole, par-34 golf course, with three par-3s and one par-5. The remaining holes are par-4s, totaling approximately 2,700 yards from the back tees. The natural green fairways are surrounded by red rock, creating compelling contrasts for all levels of golfers to enjoy as they play. Don’t let the small size of this course fool you; Dixie Red Hills has a big reputation for hosting wholesome, classical, and much beloved golfing experiences.

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The first signature hole at Dixie Red Hills is hole 1. It’s a short par-4 that doglegs left, featuring rock structures to protect access to the greens. The rocks challenge golfers to be precise and avoid any unfortunate ricochets. 

Aerial view of desert golf course

Another signature hole at Dixie Red Hills is hole 3, a par-5 with a layout resembling the shape of a boomerang. Although not particularly long, the rocky features and sharp doglegs require masterful navigating and precision as golfers work their way around the red cliffs. 

The final signature hole at Dixie Red Hills is hole 6. A sentimental favorite among many locals, it is a 105-yard par-3. It requires a shot over a water feature to land on a postage-stamp-shaped green. Like all the other greens at Dixie Red Hills, it is a challenge that can creep up on the unsuspecting golfer and showcase the precision of those with proper know-how.

In 1965, Dixie Red Hills became the first golf course ever built in the area, successfully kicking off the long-standing and ever-growing era of golf in Greater Zion. Its grand opening was so highly anticipated that it originally opened with only seven holes completed, and it has captured the hearts of visitors and locals alike ever since. 

Located near the intersection of Bluff Street and Sunset Boulevard in St. George, it’s not far from downtown, restaurants, and other attractions. Its location makes it even easier to sneak in a quick nine, anytime.

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Rating: 4.0 4.0 52 reviews
(435) 627-4444
Holes: 9 Par: 34 Yards: 2,733 Slope: 119 Aerification: Jun 4 and Aug 20