Crane Creek Country Club Memberships

18-hole (Private)


500 W. Curling Dr.
Boise, ID 83706
Southern/Western Idaho
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Phone: (208)514-4341

The Club

Architect: Bob Baldock & David Druzisky
Normal Season: May - October - Offers year-round play when the weather is willing.


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Crane Creek Country Club was established over a quarter century ago by a group of local golf enthusiasts. Originally named Highlands Country Club while in development, Crane Creek was adopted in time for its grand opening in 1963. The original course lay-out was designed by golf course architect, Bob Baldock, with recent and current enhancements by award winning architect David Druzisky. Crane Creek was recently rated best in Boise and ranked in the top ten courses in Idaho by Golf Digest.


Surrounded by the quiet challenge of its canyon ravines and sweeping vistas, Crane Creek’s physical setting epitomizes everything a private country club should be. Nestled in the golden Highlands of Boise, Idaho, Crane Creek Country Club is home to the area’s finest:

18-hole championship golf course
State-of-the-art tennis facility
Saline based, olympic-size swimming pool
Fitness center
Elegant, newly remodeled clubhouse

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