Lucky Peak State Park

Boise, Idaho     3 courses · 56 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Taylor ThorntonLydle Gulch Gold Course › June 28, 2013
20 Very long holes. Quiet a hike, especially on a hot day. As of June 27 2013 there are 7 tee pads built and more too come. When 100% complete this will be a must play course!
-  +0 votes  + Drew BowersLydle Gulch Gold Course › November 21, 2013
Great course in the foothills by Lucky Peak. Very few trees and no water, (most of the time) but the hills, sagebrush, and wind combined with the length of each hole make it a challenge. I have played 18 out of 20 holes on the gold course so far, so this is an incomplete review.
-  +0 votes  + Jed WhalenLydle Gulch Gold Course › October 12, 2013
Played this course 4 times and it is fun and challenging. Bring water and a be prepared to go on a hike. And if you got some bigger friends better bring a sandwich and some oxygen, they will need it. Lot's of elevation changes and some long, long holes.
-  +0 votes  + Kyle FlemingSandy Point › December 31, 2013
Very nice winter course with a good amount of obsticales. Layout would be a little confusing if you didn't have a map, which we did. Wasn't sure on the par numbers either. Rated a B for the layout, as it could have been a little better mapped out.
-  +0 votes  + Paul SchaufeleSandy Point › December 31, 2013
Good variety of hole lengths and some nice use of the park's elevation features. This is not an easy course to score low on. It has 2 long par 3's (2 and 7) that could easily be par 4's for rec players and beginners. Holes 2, 7-9 were especially good. It would have been hard to navigate without a map. Thanks again to Boise Disc Golf for sending me a map on Facebook. (You can contact Boise Disc Golf on Facebook for a map.) You have to tee on the grass on some holes, but several allow you to ...
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-  +0 votes  + scott dLydle Gulch Gold Course › September 14, 2014
Not a beginner course. Prepare for a hike. Best in spring or fall. Overall very challenging specially if the wind kicks up. Several very long holes. Take spotters if you can. Lots of slope. Discs can get away from you if you hit the wrong lines. Blue course is the easier walk but still challenging. I think 12 pads in now and all the fairway distance markers, which are nice because almost every hole will present a blind shot at some point.
-  +0 votes  + PS PerkinsSandy Point › June 5, 2015
Pretty good - hilly and lots of trees. Always windy no matter what.
-  +0 votes  + terek worleySandy Point › September 23, 2015
-  +0 votes  + William JenkinsSandy Point › October 4, 2015
- new holes difficult to located first time around
- could use some additional grooming on new holes
- parking lot holes pose a challenge not to land OB
- extreme amount of goose droppings on few of the holes
- this could be an awesome course with concrete tee pads some fairway grooming on new holes
-  +0 votes  + Jeremy SayerSandy Point › October 17, 2015
Not a bad course, but needs some additional work on the new baskets. Tee pads are still grass or dirt on most holes. Hole 2 is unplayable (unless you want to hunt for your disc in a big patch of thorn bushes. Good mix of long and short holes throughout the course. Holes 2-7 are brutally tough, and the terrain is up, down, or side hill hiking. Bring some water for sure.