Designed by David McLay Kidd

[pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” cite=”David McLay Kidd” size=”18″]“When asked what I feel are my greatest achievements in golf design, most expect me to say Bandon Dunes. In reality, Huntsman Springs is, to me, my greatest golf architectural achievement. We seek to take golfers on an adventure marked by nuance, subtlety, and unpredictability.”[/pullquote]

Huntsman Springs is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the smell of fresh cut grass and the feel of the eager turf beneath your feet at one the nation’s top golf courses.

The community at Huntsman Springs has created the ideal area to live in the famous Teton Valley. At the heart of the community is a world-class course designed by the acclaimed golf architect David McLay Kidd, winner of GOLF Magazine’s 2008 “Architect of the Year.”

Kidd calls Huntsman Springs “my greatest golf architectural achievement.” Huntsman Springs delivers not just an extraordinary golf course ranked one of the top in the nation, it also offers a true experience.

With the stunning Teton Mountains as a backdrop, Huntsman Springs blends seamlessly into its native lands with the graceful contours, fishable ponds, aspen trees, willow, and Irish Links fescue. Players have a sense of vast open spaces with views in every direction.

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By the Numbers…

Playing the course reflects the impeccable quality of the design and construction with fairways that average 80 yards wide, greens that average 10,000 sq. ft., 153 bunkers, and 450,000 cubic yards of sand to maintain contour and promote drainage.

Huntsman Springs provides championship conditions throughout the season on 84 acres of Kentucky Bluegrass, 64 acres of Irish Red Tipped Fescue, and 48 acres of mountain water running throughout the golf course.