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Circling Raven Golf Club extends value-priced rate through April; more than 40 percent off peak cost

Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort hotel amenity maintains green fees at $55

(Worley, Idaho; April 9, 2020) – Circling Raven Golf Club, the state’s No. 1 ranked public course, will maintain the 18-hole round fee at $55 per player through April, a supreme value considering the peak season rate is $109.

“This is a win-win for players and the golf club,” said David Christenson, PGA, Circling Raven Director Golf. “Golfers can enjoy one of the country’s top courses at a great price, do so amidst the superb beauty that we’re fortunate to be set within, and enable us to provide relaxing recreation for people.”

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The $55 greens fee is a savings of nearly 40%. Beginning on May 1, green fees will increase to the Spring Rates ($89 Monday-Thursday, $99 Friday-Sunday and holidays). Peak season rates ($99 and $109) commence on May 21.

To enhance safe practices at Circling Raven, the following protocol is currently in place:

For safety, each player will be the only one touching his/her equipment upon arrival and throughout your visit. Guests have the option to ride or walk the course currently, and they can use a personal push-pull cart if so desired. If riding, we allow one Circling Raven golf cart per person. (Carts are not permitted in the parking lot due to insurance purposes).

No more than ten customers are allowed in the clubhouse at one time. When approaching the counter, individuals must maintain six feet of social distance, as outlined by tape on the floor. This holds for anywhere on the property.

Food and beverage offerings include to-go orders at the service window on the back deck. The dining room and bar are closed for inside seating. To place an order from Twisted Earth Grill on the 9th hole, for pick up at the turn, call 800.523.2464 (ext. 7263).

Tee times are set at 10-minute intervals to promote safe distancing. Golf carts are allowed on the course paths only currently. Bunker rakes have been removed. Flagsticks are to remain in the cup, and cups have been raised above the putting surface. Our local rule is, when the player’s ball touches the cup and remains within one club length, the putt is considered holed. If the ball deflects against the raised cup and settles outside one club length, another attempt is required.

On course restrooms are open and sanitizing stations are provided inside the clubhouse and at both restroom locations on the golf course. These can be found at hole nos. 5 and 14. Extra sanitizing maintenance is being provided in all areas of the business to ensure we are providing the safest environment for your enjoyment.

For more information, visit www.cdacasino.com/golf or call 800-523-2464.

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About Circling Raven/Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel
Owned and operated by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, Circling Raven is in Northern Idaho, approximately 50 minutes from Spokane International Airport (GEG). Measuring 7,189 yards from the rear tees, the 18-hole layout sprawls magnificently through 620 acres of woodlands, wetlands, and Palouse grasses. Circling Raven’s gleaming white sand bunkers are large and strategically placed, and its variety of holes is tremendous. The Symetra “Road to the LPGA” Tour will compete in the Circling Raven Championship Aug. 24-30 this season, a worthy test for the world’s top aspiring professional women golfers. Many who play Circling Raven equally enjoy the vast, 25-acre driving range, a nationally honored golf shop, and the excellent Twisted Earth restaurant with bar at the clubhouse.

Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort amenities and activities include the full-service Spa Ssakwa’q’n (SOCK-wah-kin); a variety of hotel rooms and suites; bars, restaurants, lounges, and eateries; cultural immersion options, and more. The casino completed a multi-million-dollar renovation in Spring 2019.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Dan Shepherd
danshepherdpr@gmail.com
703-403-5317

Yvette Matt
ymatt@cdacasino.com
208-661-3698

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