Sand Hollow Resort

St. George, Utah / Mesquite, Nevada | Sand Hollow Resort

Architect: John Fought
Year: 2008

5662 West Clubhouse Drive
Hurricane, Utah 84737
(435) 656-4653

Course Access: Public

driving range available
motorized GPS carts available
affiliated resort accommodations


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Bill Satterfield

Sand Hollow Resort

What to Expect:  The newest addition to the red rock landscape of the St. George area is the John Fought (BYU alum) designed Sand Hollow course. The front nine is a solid offering with some decent sized elevation changes as the course travels through the surrounding sage brush and orange colored bunkers that compliment the impressive the rock outcroppings found throughout. But the large greens and layout of the front nine isn't what you'll tell your friends about; it's the mind-blowing back nine that will put Sand Hollow on the map. Holes 11-15 represent the finest five hole stretch in the state and one of the most dramatic stretches in the country. It includes a driveable par four, mind blowing par three, and a 525 yard par four that all play along the canyon rim. Playing over, along, and through orange canyons and rock outcroppings at this desert course is a great experience and puts this course among the elite tracks in the state; public or private. (There is also a nine hole links course at Sand Hollow that features massive greens and plenty of undulation) Signature Hole:  15th (Devil's Throat) - 230 Yard Par 3 - The Devil's Throat at Sand Hollow is one of the finest and most exciting par 3s in the entire West. I had read about the hole a year or two prior to the course opening and they were making comparisons to #16 at Cypress Point. While at the time I thought such comparisons… More >