(Worley, Idaho; September 16, 2021) – It’s always a good time to play Circling Raven – the No. 1 ranked public course in the state – but it gets even better in less than three weeks when fall rates commence at the highly regarded golf club, an amenity of Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel.
Beginning Oct. 4 and continuing to month’s end, the cost:
- to play 18 holes on Mondays-Thursdays drops to $89, the price is $99 on Fridays-Sundays and holidays.
- for Stay-and-Play rates at the Mountain Lodge drops to $249 on Mondays-Thursdays, and $279 on Fridays-Sundays.
- for Stay-and-Play rates at the Spa Tower drops to $279 on Mondays-Thursdays, and $319 on Fridays-Sundays.
Stay-and-Play packages include golf for two and a one-night stay. Additional rounds per person may be added to a Stay-and-Play package for $79 on Mondays-Thursdays, $89 on Fridays-Sundays.
The Idaho panhandle is gorgeous in October, an ideal time for those who know and love Circling Raven to play it a few more times before it closes until 2022, and even better for first-timers who want to discover why the course is universally acclaimed.
The Gene Bates-designed championship layout has garnered multiple awards for the course and the incredible clubhouse, merchandise, and Twisted Earth Bar & Grille. First-class conditions and friendly, helpful service are hallmarks of a Circling Raven experience.
Owned by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe and an amenity of its amenity rich casino resort, Circling Raven’s 18 holes are ingeniously routed across 620 stunning acres of Palouse Region terrain. Named for a seminal tribal chief, the course sits amid woodlands, wetlands, and wildlife, including eagles and moose. Nature and reverence for the land are essential to the course and Tribal custom.
The course hosted the Circling Raven Championship, a Symetra “Road to the LPGA” Tour event, in August. The top women professionals who competed in the thrilling event left raving about the golf club.
For more information about Circling Raven and Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, including stay-and-play packages, visit www.cdacasino.com/golf or call 800-523-2464.
About Circling Raven Golf Club and Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel
Measuring 7,189 yards from the rear tees, the 18-hole layout sprawls magnificently through 620 acres, nearly four times the number of acres found on golf courses in North America. Its gleaming white sand bunkers are large and strategically placed and its hole variety ingenious. With no surrounding development and a plethora of pristine flora and fauna gracing the landscape, Circling Raven is an inspirational oasis. As the Creator intended.
Other Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel amenities and activities include the full-service Spa Ssakwa’q’n (pronounced Sock-wock-en); 300 hotel rooms; bars, restaurants, lounges, and eateries; cultural tourism options; and more. The casino completed a $15 million renovation of its gaming floor and Events Center in 2019. Circling Raven has garnered numerous best-in-kind honors since opening, including being rated a Top 100 Resort Course, Best in State, and a Top U.S. Casino Course. Its golf shop has won national and regional awards for its excellence and its variety of products, displays, and performance.
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