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Washington casino golf course accepting tee times

7 September 2011

SHELTON, Washington -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The brand-new Salish Cliffs Golf Club at Little Creek Casino Resort – located a short drive from Olympia and Seattle – is accepting tee times at, in advance of the club’s Grand Opening Weekend (Sept. 16-18).

Tee times can be booked with a major credit card up to 10 days in advance, and can also be booked up to 60 days in advance – for those with confirmed Little Creek Casino Resort hotel reservations – by calling the golf shop at 360.462.3673.

Public rates through September for the Gene Bates-designed course are $89 for 18 holes, $50 for nine, and include green fees and cart (excluding tax). Casino MVP Player’s Card Holders pay $84.

Salish Cliff Golf Club’s Grand Opening Weekend will be highlighted by an all-day appearance on Saturday, Sept. 17 by PGA TOUR star and Seattle native Fred Couples, who will meet and greet all 128 players of a first-come, first-served shotgun event. The cost – which also includes lunch and a clinic given by Couples – is $500 per twosome and $1,000 per foursome. For more details, or to reserve a spot in the event with Couples, call Takara Thale at 360.432.7043. Limit of two foursomes per person.

Salish Cliffs Golf Club is a par-72, 7,269-yard championship course providing an intimate setting with 16 of 18 holes encircled by lush forestry. Players of all levels will enjoy this scenic layout that offers 360-degree views of Kamilche Valley, thanks to five sets of tees. The black “tips” received a rating/slope of 74.6/137 from the USGA while the 5,313-yard forward tees come in with a 70.7 rating and 125 slope.

The Salish Cliffs clubhouse offers a full-service pro shop and restaurant. A wrap-around deck and mezzanine overlooks hole Nos. 9 and 18 and provides a perfect spot for a pre- or post-round meal and refreshment.

Owned and operated by the Squaxin Island Tribe, Little Creek Casino Resort is a destination leader in the region, offering upscale lodging, top entertainment acts, museum-like atriums and authentic Indian artwork. The resort is currently offering a “Stay Two Nights for the Price of One” special where a two-night stay is just $109, Sundays through Thursdays. Must be a Player’s Club member to participate.

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