Golf Courses

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Banbury Golf Course

Banbury Golf Course, designed by John Harbottle III, meanders around the South Channel of the Boise River, successfully uniting golf with native habitat. A challenging 6,890 yard par 71 public course, BanBury Golf Course has been consistently rated in the top ten golf courses in Idaho by Golf Digest in the past eight years.

The Banbury Restaurant offers a pleasant dining experience inside or on its picturesque patio. The clubhouse has a capacity of up to 350 guests and includes a Main Dining area, Harbottle Room, two fully covered patios, and a lawn area which overlooks the beautiful lake and can accommodate up to 350 guests for your special event.

Eagle Hills Golf Course

Eagle Hills Golf Course is a is a public, championship 18-hole course offering mature trees, rolling fairways and challenging water features set against the backdrop of the mountains. Both nines are walkable or those that prefer to ride may rent power carts.

Practice facilities include a lake driving range and separate putting and chipping areas. The restaurant offers the best in golf course food and beverage with an extensive menu available year round. A full bar is available in the remodeled clubhouse and through on-course beverage carts. Indoor and outdoor banquet facilities are available for wedding ceremonies and receptions, holiday parties, anniversaries and post tournament food and beverage outings.

Shadow Valley Golf Course

Shadow Valley Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf featuring a beautiful practice facility, full service golf shop, clubhouse/patio, and restaurant. Built 25 years ago along the Boise front, the front nine alone features a dozen elevation changes, including Number 6 hole, a challenging par-3 cut from the side of the foothills.

Shadow Valley has earned a reputation for eye-catching golf because of its picturesque setting.  It is a great combination of arboretum, wildlife preserve and golf course, and Shadow Valley is pleased to be one of only four courses in the state of Idaho to be Audubon International Certified.

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