The best golf course in Utah! -Golf Digest The only golf club in So. Utah to feature 27 championship holes.
The Point Nine- The Point’s number five hole is a short par-four bordering a desert cliff. Any shot to the left on this hole will end up 100 feet down on the par-five second hole.
The Woodbridge Nine- The Woodbridge Nine is also named after its fifth hole. After teeing off from a bluff overlooking the island-green fourth hole, golfers must carry a lake featuring a gorgeous country-style wooden bridge. This is one hole so beautiful you won’t mind having to record a bogey on your scorecard.
The Black Rock Nine- The Black Rock Nine is so named as a result of three holes being carved out of treacherous lava rock. The par-four seventh is the most remarkable. After hitting your first shot from a tee located amidst a crowd of molten onlookers, your second shot must carry more volcanic remains plus avoid a small lake strategically placed just to the right of the green.
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