Hillcrest C.C. par three 17th hole The Albertsons Boise Open is one of four original and still remaining events on the PGA Tour's sub - (developmental), - tour, now sponsored by Web.com. That tour began in 1990 as the Ben Hogan then Nike (1993 - 1999) - then Buy.com for the next two years until Nationwide took over until half way through the 2012 season until Web.com took over. Albertsons has always been the local sponsor with First Health and now Kraft the past two years co-sponsoring this tournament in a town that is one of the truly great western mountain states recreational cities - Boise, Idaho. This tournament has one of the largest purses on the Nationwide Tour - 750,000.00 with a first prize of 130,300 in 2011 to the winner Jason Kokrak.  It means a lot to those trying to finish top 25 for the year and earn their playing priveleges to the 2013 PGA Tour. This field will have a lot of PGA Tour players here this week with the regular tour taking the week off. Past champions include Jaime Gomez ('92), Keith Fergus ('94), Frank Lickliter ('95), Tim Clark (2000), Jason Gore (2002), & Kevin Stadler, Hunter Haas (2010), Jason Kokrak, Russell Knox in 2012.
Hillcrest Country Club - Par 3 - 17th Hole:
2013 Albertsons Boise Open News Stories:
From ESPN.com:
'Russell Knox shoots a 59 in round two at Hillcrest CC':

(July 27, 2013)

From IdahoStatesman.com:    
'Luke Guthrie wins Boise Open:
(July 27, 2012)
'Pairings & 1st round tee times Albertsons Boise Open:
(Sept. 13, 2012)

From Golf.com:  (by Cameron Morfit)      
'Merritt is back in Boise hoping to turn his career around:
(Sept. 13, 2012)

From GolfWeek.com:  (by Sean Martin)    
'Post brain surgery: Klauk to return at Boise event':
(Sept. 7, 2012)

From GolfWeek.com:
'Casey Martin to play at 2012 Boise and Las Vegas events':
(August 29, 2012)

From IdahoStatesman.com:
'Low scoring in 1st round at Boise - three players tied with 62's:
(Sept. 14, 2012) From PGATour.com:
  (by Cameron Morfit)      
From ESPN.com:
'Jason Kokrak claims 1st Nationwide win in Boise':

(Sept. 19, 2011)