Full irrigation replacement continues
Indian Canyon: 509-747-5353
Monday, April 29, 2019 at 10:25 a.m.
Amidst a full irrigation replacement, Indian Canyon golf course will open thirteen holes on Monday, April 29, 2019 at a discounted rate.
“We want to provide the best product we can. Keeping with that idea, we will use a modified routing of holes in order to provide the best playable space with brand new irrigation,” said Doug Phares, head pro of Indian Canyon.
The 9-hole order will be 1, 12, 13, 14, 11, 2, 3, 4, and 5. As a bonus, holes 6-9 will be open, too. 10 greens are permanent, and 3 are temporary (5, 8, and 9).
Playing 9-13 holes will run just $15; add $10 for a cart. Playing 14-26 holes will be $20, or $36 with a cart.
The irrigation project is replacing the full original 1936 system with new irrigation technologies. Not only will it improve playing quality, it will conserve water in alignment with the City’s strategic plan. All four courses will receive irrigation improvements. For more, visit SpokaneGolf.org/improve.
Indian Canyon Golf Course
Opens: Monday, April 29 – partial opening
Address: 1001 S. Assembly Drive, Spokane
Tee times: 509.747.5353. Online tee times won’t be available for Indian Canyon due to the partial opening.
Restaurant: Open daily from 9 a.m.
About Indian Canyon Golf Course
Designed in 1930 by legendary designer H. Chandler Egan, Indian Canyon was chosen by Golf Digest a number of times as one of the top 25 public courses in the U.S. The course requires accuracy from tee to green and has been home to many major tournaments. Rise above the stress and rise to the challenge of this historic course.
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