The Valor Community in Kuna, Idaho replaced the former Robin Hood course at Falcon Crest Golf Club with The Cadet Course. M3 Companies, which is developing the community, completed a full redesign of the layout to enhance the greens and playing conditions.
The Cadet Course, which replaced the Robin Hood course at Falcon Crest Golf Club in Kuna, Idaho, opened for play May 26, the Idaho Business Review reported. The layout experienced a complete reconstruction by the M3 Companies, including a full redesign to enhance the greens and playing conditions.
Golfers can enjoy new turf, freshly rerouted holes, refurbished bunkers, and a new take on the course, the Business Review reported.
“We are thrilled to open an exciting new course in the Treasure Valley that is the beginning of a series of upgraded and expanded amenities in the Valor community,” said Mark Tate, General Manager at M3 Companies. “The response so far from the public and the many new residents that have chosen to make Valor home has been fantastic.”
Developed by a local real estate developer, Valor is Idaho’s newest luxury master planned community, the Business Review reported. As a resort style community, Valor’s model homes are open daily for viewing and new homes are available now.
Valor’s planned amenities include neighborhood pools, walking paths, community parks, 36 Holes of Golf on Falcon Crest, Freedom and Cadet Courses, and all-age neighborhoods with golf course views. Trilogy by Shea Homes, a 55+ gated community, is also available.
Additional amenities include:
– The Valor Club for all-age neighborhoods and golf members
– Bar & Grill with outdoor patio and fireplaces
– Indoor golf simulators
– Fitness-and-movement center
– Meeting and activity space
– Competition pool
– Pool and outdoor spa with food/beverage services
– Indoor/outdoor pickleball courts
– Tennis courts
– Bocce course
– 18-hole putting course
– Community golf tournaments
– The Treasure Valley Club for Trilogy® Valor 55+ community
– Resort and lap pools
– River six restaurant
– Fitness studio
– Sports courts
The Falcon Crest Golf Course will see a series of upgrades and remodels to both golf holes and to facilities including the newly remodeled Cadet executive course, a Freedom Course remodel, and new club facilities including pro shop and dining, the Business Review reported. Ultimately the community is planned to consist of more than 2,300 residents with both 55+ and nonage-qualified offerings. Additional features in the community include both community and city parks, trails, and shopping.