Huntsman Springs Memberships

18-hole (Private)


501 Huntsman Springs Drive
Driggs, ID 83422
Central/Western Idaho
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Phone: (208)354-9660

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Normal Season: Huntsman Springs Golf Course and Club is open for golf during the summer months.


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Hunstman Springs is a luxury golfing community in an inspiring setting. The real estate at Huntsman Springs was custom designed by award winning architect Larry Berlin, using natural timber, natural stone, moss rock, travertine and white oak create a warm and inviting ambiance for family and friends to enjoy with affordable pricing. An award-winning, world-class golf course designed by acclaimed golf architect David McLay Kidd, winner of GOLF Magazine’s 2008 “Architect of the Year” he calls Huntsman Springs “my greatest golf architectural achievement.” The residents of Huntsman Springs enjoy 500 acres of protected lands with natural fishing waters, open meadows and rolling grassy knolls, all creating a peaceful ambiance against the backdrop of the Teton Mountains. Welcome to Hunstman Springs, your new luxury golf community.


Huntsman Springs has a driving range, a golfing store and service facilities, a private dining room, spa facilities, a snack bar, a swimming pool, and a state-of-the-art fitness center/Pilates Room.

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