Coral Springs Resort
About Coral Springs ResortThe Coral Springs Resort, known for its 1- to 3-bedroom suites, is within walking distance of Coral Canyon Golf Club. The suites, all at least 1,000 square feet, feature spacious living rooms, gourmet kitchens and a private balcony with a fireplace. The Coral Springs Clubhouse offers indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, a fitness center, tennis and basketball. Although there is no restaurant at the resort, the Coral Canyon Grille serves breakfast and lunch.
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Waaaaaay better than Sept. Of 2020
A group of us from California played here last September. At that time the course seemed to be going through some renovation improvements and we were going to scratch it off our list for this year. Well as I found when I played yesterday that was the case. The course was in fantastic shape this time. I was informed that they hired a new superintendent. Definetly keeping this on the list for the guys later this year. The fairways and greens are awesome. The staff was great also. I wasn't in the parking for more than 30 seconds and Cole was there with a cart to pick me up. Kudos!!!
30-40mph wins made for interesting play. Course was a pleasant surprise considering some of the posted reviews. Greens were in good condition, some dry and dirt areas on and near fairways, work in progress evident.
Not epic long, but plenty of challenge
In the gorgeous landscape near St. George, Utah this is a very playable course. What it does have is prodigious length, but it makes up with elevation changes that will require a good shot to set up par. Typical of desert courses that will be forced carries over scrub brush, but wide landing areas. I really like the wide variety of hole designs. Nothing repetitive, and sometimes a fade would be the best shot, other times a draw. While walking would be possible, a cart is the best way to enjoy this course. Staff and facilities are very good without being snobby and posh..
Beautiful PRICEY Friendly Staff ROUGH GREENS
Visiting family in St George and taking in the sights for the kids spring break. Played Coral Canyon a few mornings. Very friendly staff and well maintained facilities.
I think $100 on a weekday (Monday/Tuesday) is kind of steep but I’m not from Utah. Maybe that’s normal.
The greens were in rough shape. Mix of different grasses, some bald spots and weeds. Bumpy and slow. Hard to read and I think we lost some strokes (but you know we’re always looking for excuses ;) ).
I’d recommend it and give it 5 stars all around if they can fix the greens and order a few bucks off during weekdays.
Tough corse in the wind
Some dry spot but over all not that bad. They are under new owner and you can tell they are making improvements
Course Continues to Improve
Nice challenging layout. Every hole is different. Today the pace of play was slow for my taste. Over 4.5 hours with a 10:10 tee time.
Course has a fun layout. No holes are similar. Thought the greens were not really fast. Still lots of construction going on.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The course was expensive for the condition. Would not recommend it or try it again.
Great layout but course conditions were bleak. The fairways were in very poor shape. The greens were bumpy and not at all smooth. For the price of green fees, it was a poor choice in local courses.
It’s was challenging but fun.
Greens were rough and and SLOW. For winter golf it was good.
needs a bit more time.
From what I understand from the locals, the course has had a management or ownership change. At this time there is much work being done on the course. It is a nice course and has interesting holes. Some of the greens have slight issues, bare spots etc. The greens need a bit of fine tuning. Maybe as the season progresses the turf will improve. I would be interested to see how the improvements enhance the course.
Course still in rough shape.
I had read the course was in rough shape. That was still the case. Work is being done to improve the course but it will take time. The greens were bumpy and slow. I like the layout and length but the course is over priced until improvements are complete. Of course I played in February which is winter but I played two other courses in the area this week and they were in much better condition.
Greens in poor shape, fairways in poor shape, . To pay this much for a round of golf in such poor condition is a waste of money..
Beautiful Setting, Terrible Conditions
This course has magnificent traps around the greens. Problem...no sand in the traps! They are exactly like the infield of the softball diamonds here(softball tournaments are a big thing here in St. George)
There are MANY fairways with multiple areas of "ground under repair".
The tee boxes have gravel (not sand). Our drivers are permanently scuffed on the bottom.
I wouldn't have taken the time to set up an account and write this review if the course management would have admitted that there are some MAJOR problems with their course. But they actually took offense when they were given some feedback about our experience.
There ought to be a discount at least until their is adequate sand in the traps. That would be a great way of admitting they have work to do.
Sorry but for 90 bucks this was terrible. The tee boxes were overgrown and reminded me of a cow pasture. The fairways had major issues and the greens were like putting on shag carpet.