With some of the largest unspoiled landscapes in America, Idaho’s natural beauty is something to be marveled. Idaho’s nickname is the Gem State, because nearly every known type of gem stone has been found here. The state has a mountainous landscape and vast areas of protected wilderness and outdoor recreation areas that locals and tourists enjoy year round. With more than 100 courses set amongst the gorgeous landscape, it’s easy to find a course with the scenery and challenge you’re looking for.
The Coeur D’Alene Resort offers visitors a spectacular setting at the shore of one of America's most beautiful lakes. The Scott Miller designed course accompanying the resort brings to life the natural beauty of the setting. Epitomized by the unique 14th green, which floats in the lake and is only accessible by water taxi it is a hole/course on everyone’s bucket list!! Guest can enjoy a world class spa or the watersports on the lake in between tee times; it’s a place you will never want to leave because of all the activities and amenities offered. Another must play on Lake Coeur D’Alene is the Tom Fazio designed Gozzer Ranch Golf and Lake Club. This immaculate course is cut out of the rugged landscape and is designed to leave golfers speechless. Other beautiful courses exist outside of the shores of Lake Coeur D’Alene, Sun Valley Resort in Sun Valley is one of the best golf resorts in the nation. All Square partner Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed the Trail Creek golf course at the resort which winds its way through creeks and dramatic elevation changes to capitalize on the surrounding scenery.
The star garnet is a rare gem only found two places in the world, India and Idaho, giving the state its nickname, the Gem State. However, at All Square we like to think the state gets it nickname from all the “hidden gem” courses! So pack your bags and clubs and find some on your next golf trip.