Circling Raven Golf Club
One of America’s best public courses located just a short ride from eastern Washington’s Spokane Airport – is offering special “shoulder season” packages, beginning Oct. 3.
The bargain stay-and-play rates provide golfers the chance to experience the nationally acclaimed course while staying at Coeur D’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, which unveiled a massive expansion in May. The resort now features nearly 100 newly appointed rooms, a gourmet steakhouse, full-service spa, center bar area, fitness center and 10-acre front yard that serves as a natural amphitheater for concerts and other outdoor events.
“Circling Raven is in prime playing condition and many feel the fall season is the best time of the year to play golf in the Pacific Northwest,” said Circling Raven Director of Golf Tom Davidson. “There is tremendous value in the rates we are offering when you consider the caliber of the course and the brand-new rooms and unique amenities now offered at the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel.”
From Oct. 3 through the end of the golf season on Oct. 17, the stay-and-play rates are $170 Sunday through Thursday and $199 on Friday and Saturdays. These prices (based on double occupancy) include a round of 18 holes, cart, GPS, use of the 25-acre, state-of-the-art practice facility and one night accommodation. Additional rounds of golf are available Monday through Thursday for just $55 and $65 on Friday through Sunday.
Owned and operated by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe and designed by renowned course architect Gene Bates, Circling Raven has collected numerous awards from national publications since its first full season in 2004, including ranking as a Top-100 Public Course in America – out of roughly 13,500 – by GOLF Magazine, Golf Digest and Golfweek. It is also regularly ranked as one of the best casino courses in America and last year Circling Raven and its Director of Golf Tom Davidson were named National PGA Merchandiser of the Year by the PGA of America in the resorts category.
These honors make the rates being offered rates even more valuable. Green fees alone at most Top-100 courses – and many non-Top-100 tracks – cost substantially more than $100, yet they don’t even include the accommodations and gaming options available at Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel.