Hillcrest Country Club (Boise, Idaho)

Hillcrest Country Club (Boise, Idaho)

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Hillcrest Country Club (Boise, Idaho)

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Hillcrest Country Club is a country club in Boise, Idaho. Located in the bench area in the southwest area of the city, it is immediately northwest of the airport.


Established in 1940, Hillcrest added the second nine holes to its golf course in 1957, at the south end of the property. All 18 holes were developed by the noted course designer A. Vernon Macan (1882–1964). A skilled amateur player, Macan was born in Ireland and moved to Canada in 1912, settling in Victoria. He designed many prominent courses in the northwestern U.S. and southern British Columbia.

The golf course at Hillcrest was renovated in 1968 by Robert Muir Graves. A relatively flat track with elevated tees and greens, Hillcrest has many water hazards, in play on 12 of the 18 holes (six ponds and the New York Canal, the valley's primary concrete irrigation channel.

The club hosted the Idaho Centennial Ladies' Open on the LPGA Tour in 1963.

Boise Open

Hillcrest Country Club is the host course for the Boise Open, a professional golf tournament on the Nationwide Tour. The tournament is played annually in mid-September and has been held at the club since 1990, the inaugural year of the Ben Hogan Tour. The members' front & back nines are...
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