Sand Hollow

Hurricane, Utah

Just…wow.

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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.

Expert Reviews

Rankings

World

 

Not ranked

United States

#56 (Public Courses)

Golf Week

Utah

#1

Top 100 Golf Courses

 

#1 (Public)

Golf Week

 

#1 (Public)

Golf Magazine 

 

#7

Golf Digest 

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Course Photos

Course Layout

Course Flyover

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.

Temperature

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Greens Fees
Rates range from $55-$169, and vary based on the time of year. They’re lowest during the hot summer months.

Greens fees last verified February 2020. View them on sandhollowresorts.com.

Visitor Tee Times

Visitors may play Sand Hollow seven days a week.

Book a tee time.

Rentals & Caddies
Golf carts are available.

Clubs are available to rent for $50-$75 a day, depending on the option you choose.

Practice Facilities

Sand Hollow has an extensive practice facility.

Other Things To Know
Course Website

Year built: 2008

Architects: John Fought & Andy Staples

Lodging: Sand Hollow offers on-site lodging. Learn more about here.