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Salish Cliffs offers annual passes for sale

Salish Cliffs Unveils 2019 Annual Golf Passes

Limited Spots Also Available for January Best Ball Series

(SHELTON, Wash.)Salish Cliffs Golf Club – the No. 4 course in Washington by Golfweek and second only to U.S. Open venue Chambers Bay among Western Washington layouts – has unveiled their 2019 Annual Golf Passes now available for purchase.

Annual rates begin at $1,499 for the Salish Cliffs “Cart Fee-Only Golf Membership.” Golf can be played any day of the week on the Gene Bates designed layout for only a $20 cart fee per round.


The “All-Inclusive Golf Membership” is $2,099 and includes golf cart fees for every member round.

“The 2019 options provide guests with tailored savings, many perks, and the convenience of playing on any day of the week,” says Salish Cliffs PGA Professional, Chris Koch. “These passes are a smart way to play more golf and enjoy additional benefits at our club.”

Both memberships include free upgrades on range ball bags, Men’s club and GHIN memberships, 15% discount on all regularly priced items in the golf shop and no food minimums in the Salish Cliffs Grille. To register for this special offer, email or call 360.462.3673.

Winter Best Ball Series
The second showing in the Winter Best Ball Series will take place on Saturday, January 26. Registration is $99 for public guests at least one week in advance, and $35 for Salish Cliffs pass holders. Each entry includes a tee time, GPS-enabled golf cart, range balls, event meal and one additional round at Salish Cliffs that can be redeemed during your next visit. Each entry also donates $10 to the Folds of Honor Foundation.

The final tournament in the Winter Best Ball Series is scheduled for March 2.

Players can sign up directly online:


About Salish Cliffs Golf Club
Salish Cliffs Golf Club is one of the many amenities offered by Little Creek Resort. Resting on the scenic southern tip of the Puget Sound and owned/operated by the Squaxin Island Tribe, Salish Cliffs features bentgrass greens, tees, and fairways that provide an exciting challenge on every hole. The par-72 championship course designed by award-winning architect Gene Bates caters to players of all skill levels.

About Little Creek Casino Resort
Owned and operated by Squaxin Island Tribe, Little Creek Casino Resort is 15 minutes from Olympia and one hour from Seattle / Tacoma. Home to the nationally acclaimed Salish Cliffs Golf Club, beautiful Seven Inlets Spa and Skookum Creek Event Center, Little Creek offers the latest in electronic and table gaming with one of the largest and newest smoke-free casinos in the region. The 190-room resort boasts a freshly renovated hotel tower with well-appointed amenities, live entertainment, concerts, and variety of dining options.

Julie McKay