While Cedar Ridge is probably not as well-known as some of the courses to the south, but it is one of the state’s finest community operated courses.
The beautiful scenery, teeing within minutes of arriving and knowing that you can play in seclusion without being rushed through your normal round is pure relaxation. The course also has a well-stocked pro golf shop and clubhouse with a snack bar and is friendly enough for beginners with plenty of challenges for the seasoned golfer. This stimulating yet carefree 18-hole course and is open year-round (as long as there’s no snow on the greens).
Take a Lesson
If you are feeling rusty or have never played, Cedar Ridge Golf Course has two professional instructors to teach the basics, provide tips, improve individual games and teach new techniques. Inquire at the Pro Shop.
Three practice areas are available to help you fine-tune your game, including a full length practice range, a chipping area and a practice putting green.
Plan Your Trip
Cedar Ridge golf course is located at 200 East 900 North just off of Main Street across from the city cemetery. Any questions you may have can be answered by calling the pro shop at (435) 586-2970.
Hours of Operation
Summer: from 6:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Winter: from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m
Guides & Outfitters
Create the experience of a lifetime by hiring a professional guide or outfitter.
Cedar Ridge Golf Course
200 E. 900 N.
Cedar City, UT 84720
A rapidly growing sport of Frisbee-like discs thrown into specially made baskets along an 18-hole course. Five courses are accessible year-round in Cedar City, Enoch, or Parowan, and one summer course in Brian Head.
Three Peaks Recreation Area
Three Peaks Course – West Midvalley Road
Distance: 8,442 ft.
18 HOLES | ADVANCED | Par: 62 | Bathroom: YES | Water: NO
This is a large, rugged, high desert course. Incredible terrain and beautiful views. Unique rock formations, canyons, juniper trees, and sagebrush with lots of elevation changes. Innova DISCatcher baskets, large concrete tee pads, and excellent signage. Alternate pin placements and alternate/shorter tees on all the par 4’s and 5’s.
Ironside – West Midvalley Road
White baskets 6,761 ft.
Orange baskets 7,444 ft.
18 HOLES | ADVANCED | Par: White baskets 59 – Orange baskets 63 | Bathroom: YES | Water: NO
Ironside is an 18 hole course with beautiful views, unique natural obstacles, and amazing pin locations. The Ironside course has double baskets for each hole, creating two courses in one.
Thunderbird Gardens – Thunderbird Gardens Trailhead, Cedar City
Distance: 4,732 ft.
18 HOLES | EASY/INTERMEDIATE | Par: 55 | Bathroom: YES | Water: NO
Located just off of Main Street in Cedar City, this beautiful 18-hole hiking course plays through epic red rock formations and features unique challenges for all skill levels to enjoy! The bottom 9 holes are more geared towards novice players and can be played in about an hour. For more advanced play try the upper 9 holes.
South Course – Parowan Canyon
Distance: 1,810 ft.
9 HOLES | EASY | Par: 27 | Bathroom: NO | Water: NO
This is a novice course that’s great for beginners, families, and tourists, but is also adventurous and technical enough for more skilled players. It weaves through a beautiful canyon near a creek just 12 miles from Brian Head Resort.
North Course – Parowan Canyon
Distance: 5299 ft.
18 HOLES | INTERMEDIATE | Par: 56 | Bathroom: NO | Water: NO
This is a longer, slightly more challenging course than the South Course. Most holes are still under 300 feet though. There are a few over 300 feet, and two Par 4’s that are over 525 feet. The course weaves through a beautiful canyon near a creek just 12 miles from Brian Head resort. The creek comes into play on several holes.
Brian Head Summer Course – Brian Head Resort
Distance: 9,900 ft.
18 HOLES | INTERMEDIATE | Par: 81 | Bathroom: YES | Water: YES
Long, challenging mountain course. 1st tee at 10,920 feet. Take the lift ($) (or hike for free). The course generally takes two to two and a half hours to complete, depending on your ability level. It is suggested that you are prepared for alpine conditions, bring: sunscreen, sunglasses, adequate water, and hiking shoes. Temperatures at high altitudes are cooler, dress accordingly i.e. windbreaker and or raingear.
Purchase, Rent, & Loan Discs
Brian Head Activity Center: purchase/rent
Cedar City Visitor Center: rent
Cedar City Bureau of Land Management: loan
Cedar Sports: purchase
Enoch City Office: loan
Parowan Welcome Center: loan
Sportman’s Warehouse: purchase
SUU Outdoors: rent