Southern Utah's first country club.
In 1969, between the vivid red cliffs of Bloomington and a bend in the tranquil Virgin River, a foundation was laid for what has become today’s embodiment of an invigorating lifestyle and a comfortable sense of belonging—the Bloomington Country Club. We have been building on that foundation for more than 40 years so we can offer you access to one of the most alluring golf courses in the country. Enjoy year-round accessibility, weekly golf events for every golfer, and a beautiful, walkable course as you make every stroke a meaningful one.
HOLE 1 - HOLE 9
Hole No. 1 - Par 4
The beginning hole is a long straight par 5. On your drive, beware of two fairway bunkers on the left side and trees on the right side. On your second shot, stay left side of the fairway, water is on the right side and longer shots will run into the water. Green is sloped back to front with green-side sand traps on both sides of green.
Hole No. 2 - Par 3
The shortest Par 3 on the course, but the water will come into play if you hit short and right. Green is sloped back to front and left to right with green side bunkers on both sides of green.
Hole No. 3 - Par 4
This Par 4 is a slight dogleg left, it is a difficult driving hole with trees and red dirt on the left and right sides of the fairway. Your second shot is uphill to a two tier green sloping back to front. The green is guard by two green-side sand traps.
Hole No. 4 - Par 5
This Par 5 has plenty of room on the right side of the fairway for your drive and avoid the trees on the left side. On your second shot, stay in the middle, beware of the 3 large pine trees on the right and the red dirt and trees on the left. The green is guarded by three sand traps on left, right and back. Green is sloped back to front and left to right.
Hole No. 5 - Par 4
This straight-away par 4 is a fairly easy driving hole, but if you get too far left or right the trees will come into play on your second shot. The green is protected with a sand trap on the left and right. The green is sloped back to front and any shots over the green will be a tough chip downhill to the pin.
Hole No. 6 - Par 4
This Par 4 dogleg left can be a very difficult hole if you end up in the trees on the left. It is tempting to cut the corner over the trees on the left, but make sure your hit is high enough to get over the first cottonwood tree. The smart play is aim your drive just left of the 150 yard marker. If you drive it too far it will run thru the fairway and your second shot will be more difficult. The green is elevated and is protected by a large sand trap on the left side and a large sand trap in the front right side.
Hole No. 7 - Par 3
This Par 3 is over the water from all tees to a large slightly elevated green. The green is protected by two large sand traps on the left and right side of the green. Beware of any shots going left off the tee, the large trees by the water will become a real hazzard. Green is sloped back to front.
Hole No. 8 - Par 4
A straight away Par 4 with an upslope just before the 150 yard marker that can cause some tough stances. Trees on both sides of the fairway. Your second shot is to a level green with a small ditch in front of the green that can stop balls from rolling onto the green. The green is protected by two large sand traps on the left and right sides of the green.
Hole No. 9 - Par 4
The Par 4 ninth hole is a great finish to the front nine. There is water on the left side of the fairway all the way to the green with some large trees along the water. Aim your tee shot between the 150 yard marker and the two humps on the right side of the fairway. There is plenty of bailout area to the right, but can make for a long 2nd shot. The green is protected by three sand traps on the left, right and in the back. Green slopes right to left.
HOLE 10 - HOLE 18
Hole No. 10 - Par 4
This Par 4 can be a very difficult driving hole, the tee box makes you aim right, but aim at the 150 marker. Trees and red dirt are along the right side and a large fairway sand trap is on the left. The green is protected by a sand trap on the left and right. It is better to be below the pin on your 2nd shot. The green slopes back to front and any shots over the green, makes for a very difficult downhill chip.
Hole No. 11 - Par 4
The 11th hole is a par 4 dogleg right, if you try to cut the dogleg, a large high lipped sand trap is in your way along with some houses and large trees on the right. Beware a long straight drive could end up in the water on the left side of the fairway. The green is protected by two narrow sand traps on the front right and another large sand trap on the back left of the green. The green slopes back to front.
Hole No. 12 - Par 5
This Par 5 is a slight dogleg right with some large cottonwood trees on the right side of the fairway which will stop your drive and make for a tough 2nd shot. Plenty of room on the left side with scattered smaller tree. On your 2nd shot, stay a little left center to avoid the trees and red dirt on the right side, but don’t go too far left or you will be in a small grove of large cottonwoods. Three sand traps surround the green, front right and left and another over the green. Green slopes back to front.
Hole No. 13 - Par 3
The longest Par 3 on the course from the back tees. Aim your tee shot for the middle of the green and beware of the large deep sand traps on the front right and left. Green slopes back to front and left to right.
Hole No. 14 - Par 4
A straight drive is essential on this long Par 4, with trees and red dirt on both sides of the fairway. Take an extra club on your second shot, there is a big ditch in front of the green that will slow down approach shots. The green slopes back to front and right to left and has a large green side sand trap on the right side.
Hole No. 15 - Par 4
This Par 4 has trees on the right and left side of the fairway. Your second shot is at an elevated green guarded with sand traps on the left front and the right side of the green. The green slopes front to back and can be a very difficult putting hole.
Hole No. 16 - Par 5
This Par 5 is straight away with trees that will come into play if you are too far right or left. Keep your second shot in the middle of the fairway to avoid going over the green side sand trap on the front left on your third shot. The green is elevated and is guarded with three sand traps, right side, front left and back left. Green slopes back to front.
Hole No. 17 - Par 3
This Par 3 is the signature hole at Bloomington. Water runs along the left side of the fairway and green. The green is protected by two sand traps on the left side and one on the right. The green has a steep slope from back to front, so it is best to be below the hole.
Hole No. 18 - Par 4
The finishing hole is a tough dog leg right par 4. The left side is out of bounds on your drive and the right side is red dirt and large pine trees. The green is protected by three sand traps, left, right and back. Green slopes back to front.
18-HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE
At Southern Utah’s most unique golf course, the attraction of year-round accessibility is amplified across 7,000+ yards full of immaculately maintained fairways and flawless greens, in addition to a large practice putting green, a chipping green with a challenging sand trap, and a full-size driving range. Combined with Southern Utah’s unbeatable weather, club & pull cart storage, a computerized tee time system, PGA golf lessons and a pro shop with a variety of high-quality clothing and golf equipment, you’ve found the only place you need to enjoy the peaceful, challenging game all golfers crave.