Welcome to the Idaho Golf Trail blog. Starting this April, we’ll be updating you with the latest news, events and promotional deals across Idaho. We’ll even follow Idaho athletes competing around the national and international tournaments. The 14-course Trail covers four scenic loops and includes destination courses like the Coeur d’Alene Resort, Circling Raven, Sun [...]The post Welcome appeared first on Golf News Blog.
Here is where challenging courses meet some of the most unique surroundings. The Northern Loop courses are near thick fir tree forest and awe-inpiring blue mountain lakes.
At 7,189 yards, the par 72 championship layout meanders through 620 acres, with only 100 representing cultivated ground.
Home of the Floating Green, the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains on the shores of beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene.
Completely redesigned in 2001 by Frank Burandt, formerly of Nicklaus Design Group, the course features 6,684 yards of Kentucky Blue Grass with Bent Grass greens.
Nestled among the rolling hills of the Palouse, this unique course is challenging, offering a variety of shots from uneven lies to elevated and recessed greens.
The singular scenery of the heartland of Idaho compliments the variety of golf experiences to be savored here. The Central Loop courses are nesteled in the lush green valleys surrounded by pinetrees and stunning mountain views.
You can enjoy wonderful alpine links while taking in gorgeous panoramic views of Jughandle Mountain, the Ranch’s natural wetlands and old growth forests.
Conveniently located in the heartland of Idaho, 13 miles north of McCall, it is an easy drive from both southern and northern Idaho and makes the perfect stopover.
A golf experience unlike any other awaits you at Osprey Meadows at Tamarack Resort, ranked #1 Course in Idaho by Golfweek’s 2008 & 2009 Best Courses You Can Play list.
The very definition of a mountain masterpiece. Designed by two-time U.S. Open winner Andy North, the course is carved through dense forest, towering pines and sweeping meadows.
The wide open spaces, urban setting, rolling foothills, and mountain valleys make for truly diverse golf adventure. The Southern Loop courses feature two Treasure Valley courses near the Boise metropolitan area and the classic Sun Valley just two hours away.
Banbury Golf Club provides golfers with a rare opportunity to explore one of Idaho’s Top 10 Golf Courses, as rated by Golf Digest.
With majestic vistas of the Boise Valley and surrounding mountains and a course design that blends the natural terrain with water, grass, sand and stone; each hole is a one-of-a-kind experience.
Sun Valley Resort offers world-class amenities and three courses with 45 holes including Trail Creek, White Clouds and Elkhorn.
Just west of the majestic Teton Mountains and Yellowstone National Park is golf paradise. The Eastern Loop courses take you to another world with wide-open skies and picturesque river valleys.
Surrounded by open skies and pine trees, the course was developed with small greens and slightly sloped hills. Sand bunkers protect a few greens making a great experience for golfers.
Featuring excellent bunkering, outstanding conditions and a specially developed grass blend called Teton Blue; the course fits beautifully and naturally into its surroundings.
Anchored by the 18-Hole Headwaters Course, this private club, welcomes guests of Teton Springs Resort, and offers something for everyone.