The Club House
Crane Creek Country Club was established over half a century ago by a group of local golf enthusiasts. Originally called Highlands Country Club, Crane Creek was adopted in time for its grand opening in 1963. The original course layout was designed by golf course architect Bob Baldock, with recent and current enhancements by award-winning architect David Druzisky.
In the early years before the clubhouse was built, the club’s charter members used a nearby Cold War-era bomb shelter for socializing and story telling. Many of these stories are still being retold and remembered today. The clubhouse as it stands was completed in 1969, with its first remodel completed in 1984. In 2006, the clubhouse underwent another major renovation, making it a luxurious and comfortable space for gathering with friends and family.
Throughout the years the course itself has been updated as well, leaving no holes untouched. Beautifully sodded and reshaped greens surround a forward set of tees, new championship tees and twice the surface area of sand, including several new fairway bunkers. Crane Creek has always been known as the premier country club in the Treasure Valley, and will continue to invest in people, facilities and amenities for years to come.