You’ve never played another course like this. The front nine is good, enjoyable desert golf. Golf worth traveling for. But the back nine is something else. One of the most dramatic, jaw-dropping, and fun stretch of holes you’ll ever experience. It’s not a run of holes that can be described. Only seen and experienced. Go experience it.
I’m still in awe of this incredible golf course. I’m already looking at my calendar, trying to find a date I can go back and play the course for 2-3 straight days. Sand Hollow golf course is tough, but not unfair. The course allows for ball striking and short game creativity with the rolling hills and links style play. I was quite satisfied that I managed my way around the whole thing with one golf ball.Hooked on Golf
Two distinctively different nines create this highly renowned design. The front side plays out from the clubhouse and shares a fairway with the final hole on this side, providing a wide and forgiving target. It certainly gives you a sense of invincibility on the first tee shot of the day. Subtle rises and falls are incorporated into the design with the strategic bunkering of the gigantic variety framing the wild and creative greens.
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What To Know
Yardage & Tees
When to Play
Sand Hollow is open year round.
Temperatures are hot much of the summer – the average high is above 90 from June through September. But spring and fall are idea, and winter can even be quite pleasant. Rainfall is pretty low year round; this is a desert after all!
March, April, May, October, November would be the most pleasant times to Sand Hollow.
Greens fees last verified February 2020. View them on sandhollowresorts.com.
Visitor Tee Times
Visitors may play Sand Hollow seven days a week.
Rentals & Caddies
Clubs are available to rent for $50-$75 a day, depending on the option you choose.
Sand Hollow has an extensive practice facility.