Course Information

Coral Canyon Golf Course

Distance from Strip: 120-140 Min.
Course Type: Desert
Designer: Keith G Foster
Opened: 2000
Number of Holes: 18
GPS On Carts: Yes
Elevation Changes: Moderate
Metal Spikes Allowed: No
Pro On-site: Yes

Coral Canyon Golf Club Amenities

Pro shop • Clubhouse • Driving Range
Practice Chipping Green • Putting Green
Lessons • Restaurant / Bar
Snack Bar

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Coral Canyon Golf Club Rates

Rates Include

Coral Canyon Golf Course greens fee, cart fee

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About | About Coral Canyon Golf Club

Set among the magnificence and brilliance of the adjacent Zion National Park and Pine Valley Mountain in what is known as “Color County”, Coral Canyon Golf Club was designed to provide an exceptional chance for players to enjoy lavish golf at the front door to some of the world’s most well-known natural wonders. Designed by course architect Keith Foster, this 7,029 yard, par-72 layout has over 100 acres of turf, 55 sand traps, two lakes, and a web of rock arroyos, which offer every golfer a multitude of risk/rewards shots essential to an outstanding golf course.

Coral Canyon Golf Club was intended to fit effortlessly into its stunning natural surroundings. The course works its way around some of the area's natural land formations that give the course a sense of individuality. Players have the opportunity to experience pure golf in the pristine native Utah desert. With the Kentucky Bluegrass fairways, Rye tee boxes, and immaculate Bent Grass greens, Coral Canyon Golf Club is exactly what every golfer dreams about. They also have one of the most high-tech GPS systems built on their cart. The Pro-Link not only gives you pin-point yardage to the pin, but it gives you a view of where to plan your next shot, keeps score, and lets you order food between holes 9-10 and after 18. For shots to the green it shows each green in detail with exact pin locations, depth, and surrounding obstacles.

Representative of the challenges players face at Coral Canyon is the short par-3, 122-yard No. 6. Seemingly "dropped" into the natural red rock outcroppings, this hole plays from a rocky tee box over a deep ravine on the left peppered with 20-foot rock ledges.

Cut into Coral Canyon's mountainous terrain amongst the area's native rock formations, the Clubhouse at Coral Canyon - an exquisite Utah golf club, provides spectacular views of the front nine holes of Coral Canyon's golf course and lake feature as well as Zion National Park and the Pine Valley Mountain from its expansive picture windows. The Coral Grille at Coral Canyon Golf Course is a full-service restaurant, with outdoor pavilion seating up to 200, as well as a 77-seat dining room.

Coral Canyon Golf Club Statistics

Black

7029

73

137

Blue

6515

70.4

135

White

5953

67.9

130

Red

5026

73

123

Green

4125

69.1

122

Dress Code

Ladies

  • Collared shirt
  • Sleeveless blouse of conservative design
  • Non-denim, mid-length shorts or pants

Dress Code

Men

  • Collared shirts with sleeves
  • Non-denim, mid length shorts or pants

Clothing that is not appropriate includes: denim shorts, denim jeans, t-shirts, swimming attire, gym shorts, halter-tops, tank tops, cut-offs and other dress that is deemed inappropriate. The Club reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who is dressed inappropriately. Non-metal spikes must be worn while on the course.