New Golf Course Homes in Utah

Are you looking to buy a new home in a Utah golf course community? Welcome to the Utah golf course community section of! New homes on golf courses linked to both public and private golf courses are popular in Utah. Whether you are looking for a resort property or gated community there are plenty to choose from. You will find condos and townhomes as well as estate properties to choose from.

Our easy-to-use search tools will help you with your real estate search for golf course homes. You'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and location on Utah golf course communities. Begin your golf course living here!

New Golf Homes in Utah

Welcome to the Utah golf course community golf homes section of! Use our tools to find the right golf course home to fit your needs. On our site you'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and each location across Utah.

Looking for a new home on a Utah golf course community? Search no further, we at have what you’re looking for. With 134 new homes in 12 golf course communities, finding your new home is just a click away. Customize your new home with one of 102 plans from 6 builders for that personal touch. Our new homes in Utah golf course communities range from 307,000 to 748,386 with 2 to 6 bedrooms and 1 to 6 bathrooms.

Utah is home to 134 public and private golf courses. The variances in the state’s geography create a unique atmosphere and pleasant changes in scenery for golfers across the state. From mountains to deserts and the Great Salk Lake, the differences in terrain make for an interesting day of golf. For new golfers, the state is home to one of’s top 25 schools in the popular city of St. George, the Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf named after famous golfer Jack Nicklaus. More competitive golfers need not worry, the Utah Golf Association hosts a number of amateur tournaments each year including the Utah State Amateur Championship, the oldest continuously held golf tournament in the world. There’s still plenty to do on your golf off days. The state is home to several parks suitable for hiking and camping. In the mountains, skiing is a popular pastime with an abundance of snow during the winter. The cities hold much for entertainment as well, with theaters, shopping, dining, and more golf courses to master.