Many golfers will recognize the “Dye” name in golf architecture and design. Although The Ledges was not personally designed by the legendary Pete Dye, it was created by his nephew Matt Dye who had worked with Pete for many years on numerous top name layouts. It’s often been said that it’s easy to focus on great shots from your camera the The Ledges,but not so easy on golf shots with such a beautiful location, but Dye injected enough interest and design flair to keep any player’s interest piqued throughout the round.
“It’s often been said that it’s easy to focus on great shots from your camera the The Ledges,but not so easy on golf shots with such a beautiful location”
As one may expect, the golf course looks and feels like a “Dye” designed golf course, the bunkers look familiar with flat bottoms and big flashed up grass faces. Additionally, In similar fashion the greens at The Ledges may be the talk, and will challenge your putting skills with unique shapes, mounds and roll-off collection areas.
Located at the foothills of the beautiful Snow Canyon State Park, The Ledges Golf Club offers of panoramas of stunning white and red sandstone cliffs, accented by the sharp black rocks of ancient lava fields from the nearby dormant volcano and cinder cones.
Why Should You Play at The Ledges Golf Club in Utah?
- Gorgeous views of Snow Canyon State Park’s Red and White Sandstone Cliffs
- Upscale service and nice clubhouse amenities.
- Fun golf shots, interesting green complexes and hole designs
- Fast greens and nice playing conditions
- Good price vs. quality of golf.
- We offer excellent value with The Ledges Golf Packages, stay in Mesquite or St. George
The Ledges Stay & Play Golf Packages – Recently The Ledges Golf Club has built beautiful accommodations on property, and is a perfect location to stay and play for a Mesquite Golf PAckage or a St. George Golf Package.
Staff Insider Tip – Don’t forget , a camera is a must have piece of equipment when you play golf in Mesquite, Nevada and St. George, Utah! As with all of our suggestions for our courses, we typically recommend playing the golf courses from a bit shorter yardage than you play at home, for maximum fun. The Dye family golf architecture uses a ton of interest and demand in their green complexes, and trust us, you will enjoy going at these greens with a 7-iron, than a long irons. After all golf should be fun!