Boise Golf Course
Golf Courses in Boise
Looking to golf in Boise, Idaho? There are many to choose from, each with its own unique terrain and challenges. Golf near Downtown Boise or tucking away in the foothills. Experience golf in the Treasure Valley.
Warm Springs Golf Course
Warm Springs Golf Course is located near Downtown Boise in East Boise. This par 72 course sits on the Boise River with the Boise River Greenbelt running through it. Like most golf courses in Boise, you may see wildlife from time to time. If you are just starting off, Warm Springs is a great course. Its wide geography is great for players with a high handicap. If you have family or friends in town, take them here for family deals on the weekend. Learn more here.
Quail Hollow Golf Course
Located in the Boise Foothills is Quail Hollow Golf Course. The views make up for the challenging elevation gain of this course. If you want to test yourself, this is your course. Be on this day because accuracy is key. It’s narrow and short with sloping greens. If you are walking, bring some good shoes. Also bring extra balls, because they have a way of disappearing. This par 70 course is a must. Learn more here.
Crane Creek Country Club
The longest course in Boise is Crane Creek Country Club. This is a private course so make friends or buy a membership. Located in the Highlands, this par 72 course is very unique. Crane Creek Golf Club is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, which means the club is dedicated to the preservation of wildlife. Views of stunning homes perched in the Boise Foothills and Downtown Boise will not disappoint. Lawn more here.
Shadow Valley Golf Course
Want diversity in holes, come to Shadow Valley Golf Course. The front nine and the back nine look nothing alike and will keep you on your toes. The front nine is fast, like a links course. The back nine is angles and corners. You need to know how far you hit the ball with each club or you’ll be in the weeds. The natural beauty of this par 72 course is also thanks to being a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. Learn more here.
The River Club
The River Club, formally known as Plantation Golf Course, is the oldest club in Southern Idaho. Alongside the Plantation community and Downtown Boise, this par 71 is short and flat. Mostly par 3s, but you have an opportunity for long balls on the par 4s and 5s. The course sits alongside State Street, so there is traffic noise. This is a fast-paced course. Learn more here.
Hillcrest Country Club
So you want to join a club. Hillcrest Country Club is high up on our list. The fairways are immaculate, the greens are perfect, and the staff might give you a tip or two. That said, this one is tough. The holes are not directly straight, making you work for the greens. Trees line the fairways, the green speed is 10.0 and 11.0, and a slope rating of 130. Come prepared to be challenged and to enjoy yourself. Learn more here.
Indian Lakes Golf Club
Not ready to join a club? Then come to Indian Lakes Golf Club. This public course is great for beginners and season vets. The strategically placed bunkers and rolling terrain will sneak up on you. This bluegrass par 35 is perfect for a quick round. Learn more here.
Boise Ranch Golf Course
Finally, Boise Ranch Golf Course. The course that Boise locals don’t have a leg upon. This course is mostly flat with no hidden holes or tricks. Few bunkers and many lakes and ponds to keep you honest. Home to one of the longest par 5s in Idaho. Have friends in town? Take them here and see who's the better golfer. Learn more here.