Shelton, Wash. is westernmost city on the Puget Sound in Washington state and is known as the "Christmas Tree Capital" to people of the region.
Salish Cliffs has moved up 11 sports and now sits at No. 55 on the annual list of resort courses.
Salish Cliffs is the only state of Washington course on the list this year and just one of four courses that opened in 2011 or later that sits that high on the list.
“It’s gratifying to earn this critical acclaim for Salish Cliffs,” said Head Golf Professional David Kass, PGA. “Distinction like this affirms the quality of the course, the dedication of our staff, and the commitment of Little Creek Casino Resort and the Squaxin Island Tribe to maintaining an outstanding golf amenity.”
This course, designed by Gene Bates has won numerous awards in the past few years including the No. 3 spot in Golfweek’s 2013 “America’s Best Courses You Can Play” in Washington and ranking among Golfweek's “Top-50 Best Casino Courses.”
An easy drive from Seattle or Olympia, Salish Cliffs is part of the Little Creek Casino Resort.
The fall is the perfect time of the year to try your hand at Salish Cliffs.
Green fees in November for example, start at $59 on weekdays and $69 on weekends at Salish Cliffs, that includes cart, range balls and tax. Special are listed online at www.salish-cliffs.com and for hotel guests, Primetime Players (ages 50 and older) and military personnel. The region has mild weather, so the course is open year-round.
Stay-and-Play packages start at $99 and include one-night accommodation at Little Creek Casino Resort. Come out and have some fun, visit the casino and all the great restaurants and play a round of golf you won't soon forget. It's a great part of the country to be outside in November. Stay and play at Little Creek and Salish Cliffs.