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Southgate Golf Club, St. George

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • This course is pretty good one to play all year. The fairways were nice, greens a little bumpy and could use some work. Price is good at this time if year, but it is hot. Early tee times a must for co...  read more »
  • Played this one on a Friday morning - nice little municipal course. Nothing too special, but some interesting holes and a reasonable price. Would suggest playing it as a warm-up course before playing ...  read more »
  • golfed here with some friends and had a good time. The location isn't great as the front nine border main roads most of the time. The back nine is narrow with the potential to hit lots of homes. Felt ...  read more »
  • Very good public course with a driving range. Very good pricing depending on the time of year and day of the week. Front nine has been rebuilt (maybe more than once!) following flooding and the rebuilding of Dixie Dr. so the front nine is now on both sides of Dixie. Somewhat long walk from the 4th green to 5th tee and back from the 8th green to the 9th tee. Front nine mostly pretty flat with water in play on several holes. Back 9 has a completely different feel with some fairly significant elevation changes and water in play on at least 2 holes. Bunkers, tees and greens usually seem to be in excellent condition. Carts available. Additional charge for use of the range. My experience is play can edge towards the slow range, especially on week-ends and holiday periods sometimes reaching 4hr 30 min.
  • Never answers their phone. Show up and the guys just chatting. Only two in the place. Asked to get on but doesn't show any sympathy at all.
  • Love it. It's a nice place to practice on my game.
  • Nice city course. Hilly with a variety of holes. Driving range adjacent.
  • Terrible! The course has been under construction for a couple of years and recently re-opened. It's terrible. The fairways are choped up and most of the front nine is still flooded. They had the sprinklers on a few of the holes the entire time we were there which only made things worse. Also, they have not updated their course since the construction, so your sky caddy won't work here. For what they charge, try Red Hills, especially if you're only looking to play nine holes.
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