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Circling Raven Ready for Earliest Season Opening Ever
Circling Raven Golf Club, rated one of the top 100 public or resort courses in the country by GOLF, Golfweek and Golf Digest magazines, will open in three weeks - on March 26 - its earliest date ever.
Director of golf Tom Davidson, PGA, and superintendent Brian Woster have the Gene Bates design ready for players. "We've had temperatures in the 50s and very little moisture since December," said Davidson. "We're excited to get going and hope golfers take advantage of our bargain shoulder-season rates."
Circling Raven is known for keeping its green fees affordable - even in peak season - despite its national acclaim and 45 best-in-kind awards garnered since its first full season (2004). Shoulder-season green fees and package/stay-and-play rates are even better. From season opening to May 13, and October 4 to season close, the green fees are $65 Monday-Thursday, and $75 on Friday-Sunday.
Shoulder season (April 1 - May 13) stay-and-play rates are even better, with the starting price for the packages - including two rounds and double occupancy/shared room - at $170.
Owned and operated by the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Circling Raven is the No. 1 rated course in Idaho by Golfweek magazine raters. For complete price and playing options visit www.circlingraven.com.
To book tee times, call 800/523-2464. All rates include 18 holes of golf, cart, GPS, and use of 25-acre practice facility. Weekend rates apply on holidays. Replays (same day) are $45.
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