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About Us

Key Players

Darrell Hull

Director of Golf
Darrell Hull
  • Married for 32 years to his wife(Dawn) has two daughters (Catrina and Alicia) and a Granddaughter (Zoey) and Grandson (Logan)
  • Attended Northwest Bible College where he studied Elementary Education and Bible
  • 31 years as a Golf Professional working both in the Public and Semi-public sectors of the golf business
  • 28 years as a Golf Instructor working with students of all ages and abilities
  • Have been a Certified Club Fitter for 25 years fitting for Henry-Griffitts, Mizuno and Ping
  • Has been a golf coach at the high school level for many years receiving awards for coaching including- many district coaching awards, several state coaching awards and also receiving 2000 National High School Golf Coach of the Year

Mike Grilley

Golf Superintendent
Mike Grilley
  • Married 20 years with 3 children
  • At The Links since design and grow
  • Class A Superintendent
  • 2 year turgrass certificate from Penn State University

Clubhouse

Pro Shop

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The Links offers a large selection of the finest golf equipment, clothing and accessories as well as professional service from a knowledgeable courteous staff

Resturaunt & Bar

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Enjoy a scrumptious bite or a cool beverage at The Links Restaurant and Bar. The Links offers a full breakfast and lunch menu as well as a full service bar.Come and relax in our climate controlled dining area or take in the spectacular views on our outdoor patio

Banquet Room

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We encourage you to check out our private, climate controlled banquet and meeting room.The meeting room seats 90 and is available for your next Office Party, Birthday Party or Corporate Meeting. The Banquet hall can also be configured for Weddings or Golf Outings.We also have a variety of catering options.

Course

Brief History

The 18-hole "Links" course at the The Links Golf Course facility in Post Falls, a mere 4 miles from the center of Post Falls, features over 7,400 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 73. The course rating is 73.6 and it has a slope rating of 123. Designed by Emmett Burley, the Links golf course opened in 2000. Darrell Hull manages the course as the Director of Golf.

Amenities

  • Driving Range
  • Beverage Cart
  • Power Carts

Etiquette

  • NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL
  • Please keep carts on paths
  • Repair ball marks, replace divots

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Course Layout

Entire Course Overview

Slope / Rating / Total Yards

  Men Women  
Tee Slope Rating Slope Rating Yards
Black 74.8 130     7,433
Blue 72.0 125     6,969
White 69.2 118 75.0 130 6,302
Gold 66.3 108 71.9 123 5,696
Green     70.6 122 5,292
Red 58.7 88 59.6 91 3,397

Course Tour

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Hole 1

Hole 1

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 11 11
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 14
380
Blue 340
White 300
Gold 294
Green 286
Red
H.C. 11
Par 5
240

A straight drive is important on this short par-4. The green is slightly uphill and you must fly your ball to it. The green has a hogback in the middle.

Hole 2

Hole 2

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 1 1
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 2
450
Blue 420
White 408
Gold 382
Green 340
Red
H.C. 1
Par 5
260

The obstacle on this par-4 is the rough that bisects the fairway. The rough starts 150 yards from the green so check the yardage from the tee you are playing.

Hole 3

Hole 3

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 7 9
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 12
414
Blue 402
White 362
Gold 308
Green 308
Red
H.C. 9
Par 4
225

This is a narrow driving hole to a three level green. Your best shot is to the center of the green, not necessarily to the pin.

Hole 4

Hole 4

  Handicap
Par Men Women
3 9 13
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 10
202
Blue 191
White 175
Gold 150
Green 140
Red
H.C. 11
Par 3
75

This par-3 is downhill and generally you have a crosswind. Hit one less club for elevation change.

Hole 5

Hole 5

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 13 7
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 18
337
Blue 327
White 317
Gold 291
Green 291
Red
H.C. 7
Par 4
164

Our shortest par-4 requires a lay-up to give you a short iron to a very severe sloping green like the #2 green at Pinehurst.

Hole 6

Hole 6

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 3 5
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 4
412
Blue 399
White 350
Gold 336
Green 298
Red
H.C. 5
Par 5
238

You can hit a driver here to give you a medium iron to an elevated sloping green similar to the #9 green at Augusta. Use one club more on the second shot.

Hole 7

Hole 7

  Handicap
Par Men Women
5 17 15
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 16
540
Blue 540
White 465
Gold 405
Green 355
Red
H.C. 15
Par 5
230

This short par-5 allows you to go for the green in two shots. There is a small pot bunker left and short of the green.

Hole 8

Hole 8

  Handicap
Par Men Women
3 15 17
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 8
220
Blue 210
White 165
Gold 155
Green 145
Red
H.C. 17
Par 3
120

On this par-3 favoring the left center of green gives you the best chance at a birdie putt.

Hole 9

Hole 9

  Handicap
Par Men Women
6 5 3
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 6
777
Blue 640
White 600
Gold 500
Green 500
Red
H.C. 3
Par 5
250

A "Monster"par-6. Drive to right side of fairway then hit your second shot to the left center. On your third shot, hit to the large rock on right side of fairway. This is a two level green and a three-club difference from front to back.

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Hole 10

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 2 4
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 1
450
Blue 450
White 388
Gold 345
Green 345
Red
H.C. 4
Par 4
190

This is a long par-4 into the wind. This is the number 1 handicap hole with a pot bunker in the center of the fairway 25 yards short of the green. The green slopes left and right from a high center.

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Hole 11

  Handicap
Par Men Women
5 16 10
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 17
506
Blue 480
White 466
Gold 430
Green 430
Red
H.C. 10
Par 5
230

Straight away narrow driving par-5 to a very large sloping green back to front.

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Hole 12

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 14 12
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 13
395
Blue 395
White 350
Gold 325
Green 310
Red
H.C. 12
Par 4
175

A good drive here gives you a short iron to a large green sloping right to left with a large bunker on the left, green is like #11 at Augusta.

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Hole 13

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 10 8
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 5
457
Blue 430
White 365
Gold 330
Green 330
Red
H.C. 8
Par 4
190

Tough par-4 with a long second shot slightly uphill to a large hour glass type green, from center it slopes back and down to front like the 8th at Augusta.

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Hole 14

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 8 2
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 3
468
Blue 420
White 391
Gold 371
Green 300
Red
H.C. 2
Par 4
200

Big dogleg par-4 to a very large sloping green left to right. This hole is like the 9th at Pinehurst on their #8 course.

Hole 1

Hole 15

  Handicap
Par Men Women
3 4 14
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 11
190
Blue 180
White 170
Gold 160
Green 130
Red
H.C. 14
Par 3
130

A short par-3 with a deep pot bunker short of the center with a sloping green back to front like the famous 10th hole called the "Devils Hole" at Pine Valley.

Hole 1

Hole 16

  Handicap
Par Men Women
4 12 18
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 7
445
Blue 375
White 355
Gold 332
Green 300
Red
H.C. 18
Par 4
160

A good par-4 to a three level sloping green from back to front. Its very important to put your second shot on the level of green where the pin is.

Hole 1

Hole 17

  Handicap
Par Men Women
3 6 16
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 9
205
Blue 205
White 175
Gold 157
Green 124
Red
H.C. 16
Par 3
130

Par-3 generally has a crosswind coming from the right to the left. This large green slopes from right to left like the par-3’s third hole at Pine Valley.

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Hole 18

  Handicap
Par Men Women
5 18 6
Tee Yards
Black
H.C. 15
585
Blue 565
White 500
Gold 425
Green 360
Red
H.C. 6
Par 4
190

A long par-5 generally with a wind from the back to help. Maybe you can get it home in two shots. This has a large two level green and you’ll want to be on the level with the pin placement.