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More challenging than it looks

Dixie Red Hills is a short 9 hole par 34 course in St. George, Utah. First golf course in St... read more

Reviewed July 6, 2018
St. George, Utah
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Quaint Track

Fairly pedestrian layout, but surrounded by beautiful red rock formations, thus its name. Played as... read more

Reviewed March 10, 2018
Leesburg, Virginia
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This nine-hole golf course, built in 1965, was St. George's first, and is considered in the top nine-hole courses in Utah.
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1000 N 700 W Street, St. George, UT 84770
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Reviewed July 6, 2018 via mobile

Dixie Red Hills is a short 9 hole par 34 course in St. George, Utah. First golf course in St. George built on a natural spring. It’s nestled amongst the red cliffs of southern Utah. Always in great shape and beautiful with the green and...More

Thank Harris2031
Reviewed April 16, 2018 via mobile

My buddies and I played here during spring break of this year. With St. George offering many different courses, we still enjoy this little course even thought it isn’t difficult. Risk reward holes made for a great match. Good conditions in the spring and perfect...More

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Reviewed April 8, 2018

We played the front 9 with a cart the first week in April. The course is fairly short and was in fair condition. It would not be difficult to walk it.

Thank flyfisher199
Reviewed March 10, 2018 via mobile

Fairly pedestrian layout, but surrounded by beautiful red rock formations, thus its name. Played as an additional nine after playing 18 elsewhere.

Thank TroubCol
Reviewed November 19, 2017 via mobile

We golfed this place a year ago last February and again today love that little 9 hole par 3 and some longer par 4 holes great fun , you can walk this course in less that 2 hours We like to do this when ever...More

Thank kenh921
Reviewed September 13, 2017

with all the nice courses surrounding the saint george area you tend to forget this course. Friends have told me about the cause but never made time. Well this summer I was playing a week in the area with friends. We arrived on a saturday...More

Thank Robert E
Reviewed March 12, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful views, and well kept course. Booked a tee time online to make it easier. We enjoyed a quick 9 holes, and would definitely go again!

Thank Karissa J
Reviewed November 8, 2016

A short 9 hole course that you go around twice that was the first St George course and fit into some beautiful grounds and scenery. The pace is a little too slow for me and it seems to be favored by a local senior crowd...More

Thank Jack M
Reviewed June 20, 2016

I went with my friend and his son who is 7 and my son who was 7. My son has only been out a few times so this course was perfect. It is beautiful short and fun. There were a couple challenging holes but the...More

Thank Pixtonian
Reviewed February 14, 2016 via mobile

My wife and I are new to the game last year first time to Utah We stayed at the Movara fitness resort Sunday is their free time day so got a tea time at Dixie Red Hills Very nice the oldest golf course in Utah...More

Thank kenh921
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