Three Island Crossing State Park

Glenns Ferry, Idaho     2 courses · 41 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Paul SchaufeleMain course › September 15, 2014
This course now has 18 holes. One hole has been added to the maintained grassy area and eight holes have been added in the wild, unmaintained section of the park. There are several birdie/ace opportunities on both sections. The new “wild” holes have some thick brush and Russian Olive trees beside the often narrow fairways. I recommend a spotter on this “Crazy Eight” section. Poor shots will punish you with bogeys and double bogeys. It’s quite tough to shoot par or under on these ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jeremy SayerMain course › October 4, 2014
Very nice park and course in the Gem State. More challenging with 9 more holes added in with more obstacles/trees to be wary of. Don't overshoot on hole 16 or the river takes your disc away. This is the best course in Elmore County. If you are in the area, take some time to come and play it. The park isn't too busy most of the time but you do need to pay $5 to get in unless you have the state parks pass.
-  +1 votes  + Brian CobosMain course › June 9, 2013
This course is very fun. My favorite course in this area was always Ann Morrison but I believe this coarse is my new favorite mostly because it is not crowded like Ann Morrison. It has some fun technical holes and it forces me to work on different kinds of shots. Hole 7 is very fun just don't throw with too much power or you will lose your disk in the snake river I use a strong fairway driver throw or a hard hammer throw to get in birdie distance. Have fun!!!
-  +2 votes  + Kyle FlemingMain course › November 24, 2013
Loved the course, really wished there was more holes! the layout it pretty sweet, just enough tree coverage to make the holes technical.
-  +0 votes  + Dave ZabelMain course › April 16, 2014
Short, Flat, Up-and-Back style. Atleast there are tee pads and some signs. Soon they will have 18
-  +0 votes  + Rich BigTrain LangMain course › May 23, 2015
The half in the park and short manicured grass is clean, a few trees, very straight forward, get your pars in now because the half of the course that goes thru the russian olives tight fairways and thicket isnt going to give away pars for free. Cant wait for the chance to play it again!
-  +0 votes  + Larry LaubMain course › January 24, 2015
It was a fun course not super big but technical.
-  +0 votes  + Terek WorleyMain course › August 12, 2015
-  +0 votes  + William JenkinsMain course › September 23, 2015
I travel the 25 mins to this course from Mountain Home because it is more enjoyable to play. Wish it had concrete pads.
-  +0 votes  + Chris PerryMain course › November 16, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Cameron JenkinsMain course › November 28, 2015
Great course! Lots of fun! So many trees but the challenge is fun.
-  +0 votes  + Danton BMain course › June 19, 2016