I've lived here almost 4 years and play 3X a week with a 5 hdcp and finally played Red Hills. (Full disclosure - it was hot and humid the day we played, and that may factor into my impression.)
This is the first course in St George, and they apparently haven't done much to upgrade it. The holes are forgettable with no views, and the course itself was in only fair condition. The greens were so soft that every approach shot imbedded in its mark - I mean really imbed, like half the ball under ground.
There are a lot of couples who use the course, and many of them are older and slow. (I'm older too, but not slow.) The course has no dress code and so you'll see all kinds of outfits you would never see on a nicer course. In fact you probably wouldn't see some of them at a bowling alley.
I hate to sound snobbish as I think there needs to be courses like this for beginners and for people who wake up and decide today is the day they are going to try golf for the first time. If you are at least a semi-serious golfer, you would be better served trying one of the other city courses. Or if you're here during off season go to The Ledges. Best views on any course in Utah.
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