Eagle Hills Golf Course
|Black (W)||72||6410 yards||70.3||133|
|Blue (W)||72||6049 yards||68.7||129|
|White (W)||72||5461 yards||65.1||116|
|Gold (W)||72||5191 yards||67.1||111|
|Black M: 70.3/128 W: 75.7/133||347||361||472||408||182||471||440||127||369||3177||515||144||384||362||171||355||380||413||509||3233||6410|
|Blue M: 68.5/124 W: 73.7/129||338||351||460||381||146||444||400||120||351||2991||488||121||374||348||146||345||368||384||487||3061||6052|
|White M: 64.9/123 W: 70.5/122||300||336||385||368||122||416||359||113||307||2706||439||98||348||295||123||323||338||367||437||2768||5474|
|Gold M: 62.7/109 W: 67.8/117||294||321||378||325||93||379||328||106||298||2522||413||85||262||267||100||284||307||359||432||2509||5031|
Available FacilitiesBanquet Facilities
Aged Course well maintained
Cart paths need updated potholes need repaired. Need a few drinking water dispensers out on the course.
Nice touch on hole #9 advertising menu and phone number for advanced call in meal ordering.
Great day on the course
Beautiful weather although it didn't help my game.
Fun Parkland Style Cpurse
Very enjoyable parkland style course. Course is easily walkable. Overall course is in good condition. Fairways were cut down and rough was definitely penal. Greens were punched approximately 3 weeks ago and are feeling well. this course works for any skill level. However, they are rolling a bit slow. Pace of play was slow. Nearly a dive your round. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Keep in mind, if you like eating before your round, kitchen doesn't open until 11:00. First time here, but will be back.
This course has great layout
The course is challenging and was in great shape. The great were firm and speedy but were very nice. It was a great day playing the course with my wife. We played with two others we never met but were extremely fun to play with. The golf shop could use a more friendly type person.
Course in bad shape
Been playing the course for over 40 years and it is in the worst shape I’ve ever seen it. Definitely the worst of the 10 + golf courses I’ve played this year. Despite the recent sanding of greens supposedly, they are still in terrible shape with huge dead spots. And the rough was DEEP. you’d think if the greens were so bad they’d cut the rough some to allow the players some relief. And careful driving your cart, the cart paths look like a mine field. Done playing this course this year. Hope they fix it up or sell it next year.
The course is ok, Its main amenity is that it is close to town. No senior discount and over priced for the value receive. Staff are very unfriendly. THe guy at the counter acted like he was doing me a favor by taking my money.
The greens were the worst in the valley. They looked like blue algae growing in mud. The cart paths are horrible, wear a back and neck brace. No senior discounts and the golf carts look and drive like something from the 1940’s. Not worth the price or time.
Unmaintained and rude staff
I would give this place a zero if I could. Staff is so RUDE! They are so overpriced. The golf course is run down and outdated. There was goose poop EVERYWHERE on the driving range. My shoes and clubs were covered in it. Disgusting. Worst course in Boise. Skip this course and go to Shadow Valley.
Great course in great shape
The course is in great shape and the greens are running true and smooth. I could see how if you like to hack and slice your Sunday golf rounds then the course may be a little challenging. The customer service at this course is unparalleled. Would definitely recommend for any skill level.
Great course to call "home"
Eagle hills is about 3 miles from my house, so I wind up playing there quite a bit. When I started prepping for my 50 rounds in 50 days in 50 states trip the first thing I did was set up a 14 day "dry run," just to make sure my body was up to the challenge of playing every day. The staff at Eagle Hills was far more than accommodating while I tried to fit in those rounds around my work schedule.
Overall the course has a nice layout, easily managed from the white tees, but with enough distance and variety to challenge from the blues or blacks. there are enough hazards to keep you honest, including several holes with water in play. However I wouldn't say anything is overly punitive. The greens have a little pitch to them, but none of them will leave you scratching your head. Pretty much any ball on the green has a chance of being put in the hole without trying to read an enormous break or change of pace in the putt.
There are a few holes that can really be taken advantage of to improve your score, and others like #17 that will do a good job of keeping you honest.
When I started play the course was in very good condition, sine it started snowing mid-way though my round, things got a little tougher later on.
Overall, I enjoy playing Eagle Hills, calling it my home course, and I go there regularly for more than the convenience of it's location.