Quail Hollow Golf Course is one of Boise City's Municipal golf courses located in the Boise Foothills. This 18-hole par 70 layout is 6,325 yards from the back tees.
The course was first opened in 1982 under the name “Shamana” and was designed by Bruce Devlin/Robert von Hagge. Since its opening, it has undergone several transformations, including the changing of its name to “Quail Hollow Golf Club” and now "Quail Hollow Golf Course".
The course features stunning views of the Treasure Valley and the mountains that surround it. It also features an abundance of wildlife including but not limited to: deer, rabbits, bobcats, foxes, and a variety of birds.
Quail Hollow can be a challenging course to play, as it includes strategically placed hazards, elevation changes, and sloped greens.
Course length, rating and slope is based on middle-tees where applicable. Information is kept up-to-date from season-to-season and is drawn from the course's own website. You can visit this Quail Hollow Golf Course website directly by clicking here.