Idaho Golf Trail Adds Three New Courses

The Idaho Division of Tourism has announced the addition of an Eastern Loop to the Idaho Golf Trail

By: By Kenneth Shapiro

Idaho Golf Trail // (c) 2010

Idaho Golf Trail

The Idaho Division of Tourism has announced the addition of an Eastern Loop to the Idaho Golf Trail, making a total of four loops throughout the state.

The new Eastern Loop encompasses three Idaho courses: Headwaters Golf Club at Teton Springs Lodge and Spa and Teton Reserve Golf Course, in Victor; along with Pinecrest Golf Course, in Idaho Falls.

The Idaho Golf Trail is a compilation of the most unique courses in the state for destination golfers, bundled with great lodging options through the Web site InIdaho.com. The trail combines 14 of Idaho’s best courses with many scenic byways, rivers and lakes. Scattered throughout the state, each course offers a great golfing experience, both on the challenging courses and with the luxurious resort accommodations.

Existing loops include the Northern, Central and Southern loops.

• Northern: Stoneridge, Circling Raven Golf Club, Coeur d’Alene Resort, University of Idaho Golf Course

• Central: Whitetail Golf Course, MeadowCreek Golf Resort, Osprey Meadows at Tamarack Resort, Jug Mountain Ranch

• Southern: Falcon Crest Golf Club, Banbury Golf Club, Sun Valley Resort

“I love the challenge and beauty of Teton Springs and cannot wait to try out the Reserve and Pinecrest, both of which come highly recommended by local golfers,” said Karen Ballard, administrator for the Division of Tourism.

Visitors can download a brochure featuring the new loop at www.visitidaho.org/golf.

 

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