Nestled in the spectacular Snake River Canyon, Canyon Springs Golf Course was originally part of the estate of I.B. Perrine (the famous bridge that spans the canyon and overlooks the course bears his name).

Opened in 1973 with nine holes, this 18-hole beauty is now one of the most popular places to tee up in Southern Idaho. Enjoy amazing views from inside the canyon, where the weather is a bit warmer — it’s not unusual for Canyon Springs to open for walking-only golf as early as February.

Holes: 18, plus a driving range

Location: 199 Canyon Springs Rd, Twin Falls

Greens fees: $15-20 during the winter; $14-28 spring and fall; $17-34 summer

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