Mathis Park

Saint George, Utah     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Corey B › February 19, 2013
C-
I guess it's decent for a first attempt for a course in st. george, but there are so many sick pieces of land out there that could make a great course. this ones at a small park with very few technical shots. only the first three holes are marked, and the last 6 are around the border of a pretty flat, square field. I kind of felt like it was a waste of great baskets(discatcher pro's). It makes me realize just how great my home course(riverpark) is.
Come on St. George. step up your game : )
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Ranes › January 23, 2013
C-
weak better than nothing soon will be two 18 holes in st george
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Price › May 11, 2013
D
It's the only course in St. George so it's better than nothing. It's not laid out well and tends to get boring. You are often competing to use the grass with soccer. Try Dixie State University campus with they have their baskets out during the school year. It's better than Mathis park. St George needs to do better in this area.
-  +0 votes  + Jared Terry › November 3, 2013
C
This is a great course for some beginning players. Very short course overall and for anyone that has played a bit, you'll only need a putter for this course. Some holes provide an opportunity for a fun hyzer spike if you want to practice some of those, but even at that, all of the holes on this 9 hole course are very short. The course plays through a well groomed park with grass for all holes. With all the amazing terrain and views in Saint George, it makes me wonder why there is not a worl ...
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-  +0 votes  + Tony Martin › January 12, 2014
C-
It's a quick course, good for lunch or after work. Nine holes around a multi-use park, 170' avg hole, mostly straight shots. Looking forward to the professional eighteen hole course at Pine View!
-  +0 votes  + Adrian Meyer › July 22, 2014
C
Good course for mid-range and putting practice. This course has very nice baskets. If you are an advanced player, you probably don't need to bring a distance driver with you to this course. When the park is not busy, you can make up your own holes to get some power drives in (such as playing from 6 to 9 or 7 to 2). Some local players changed the tee locations slightly and added some mandatories and OB's that you can follow to make the course a bit more technical and challenging as well. ...
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