HOG hits the road for the first time in 2008

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, February 21st, 2008
Categories: Golf CoursesHackersLifeTravel

This is an automated post. If you’re reading this today (“Day one” Thursday the 21st) between the hours of 8am-1pm Eastern Time, I’m on the road driving South. If you’re reading between 1pm-6pm I’m at The Ledges (pictured below).

This Winter here has been brutal to say the least. The courses in Salt Lake are still closed. I can usually squeeze in 10-20 rounds over the Winter between November and March. This year, 15 holes. We’re at more that 150% of our annual average snow fall. Needless to say, the courses should be nice and green this year with all the extra water.

Every February, I go on a golf trip with about 20 of my closest friends to Southern Utah. This year I’m more stoked than ever to go, since the cold has been so bad.

Day one: The Ledges

I’ve done a review of The Ledges already. Click here to read it.

the ledges st. saint george utah

I’ll be checking out the course again to see any improvements and what’s new.

Day two: Green Spring

Green Spring is a great course with some amazing holes.

green spring golf course utah

There are also a couple of “circus” holes too, but it’s a fun track.

Day three & four: Sunbrook

Sunbrook is a 27 hole course with some amazing holes.

sunbrook golf course utah

I’d call Sunbrook a “big boy” course. One day I’ll do a review of Sunbrook.

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