Copper Rock Golf Course
Open Fairways, Tough Greens
Loved the course. Open fairways with big, tough greens. Course is beautiful and holes are diverse. Several blind shots create a challenge, but the course feels fair. Clubhouse is still under construction. I did not feel right rating the off-course amenities.
Great New Course
I had an amazing time playing this track. Sure they are still working on a club house and bathrooms along the course. They are also doing everything to keep the course in great condition in the summer heat. I could play this course over and over again. The staff was extremely nice and very relaxed.
New #1 Spectacular layout.
Copper Rock will soon be the number one course in the area. Course is in great shape for being so young. I can only imagine what the completed masterpiece will look like after the clubhouse is built.
Go play a round and you will enjoy it from tee to green. Course welcomes all skill levels.
Another St George Area Golf Course Gem
Copper Rock is a great new addition to the St George/Hurricane area golf scene. The course is challenging, but fair. It just opened for play, so it's not in fully mature condition yet, but it's already a fun experience. The green complexes are really interesting and unique, testing a golfer's shot making and creativity around the green. Different pin positions will make the same hole play VERY differently. It doesn't have the dramatic views of Sand Hollow (nearby course), but it will be a lot of fun for a golfer of any skill.
New kid on the block
Copper Rock is already in good enough shape to open, but its developers are waiting to open until spring 2020 when everything, including a temporary clubhouse, is in order.
Golfers should immediately fall for the course, which is equal parts get-able and demanding.
There aren't a ton of bunkers or water hazards. Still, both are placed well enough that you will likely encounter them along the way.
The backbone of the property is no. 9 and no. 18, which share a pond and double green. Hopefully, Copper Rock can maintain its natural beauty when homes start popping up along the fairways. It would be a shame to block all those desert and mountain views.