Focus: Native American Golf and Culture Travel Announces Newest Tribal Member

Native American Golf and Culture Travel Announces Newest Tribal Member today announces that Circling Raven Golf Club – an amenity of Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, tribally owned and operated by the Coeur d’Alene’s – joined the Native American Golf & Culture Travel brand membership program and its proprietary website.

“Native American Golf & Culture Travel and offer long-overdue marketing cohesion, a way for our unique tribes and properties to harness the powerful overall brand we share,” said Laura Stensgar, Director of Public Relations/Cultural Tourism at Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel in Worley, Idaho, 50 minutes from Spokane (WA) International Airport. “We believe the brand marketing program and website will drive more people and groups that stay longer with us, spend and experience more, and take unforgettable memories home with them.”

Native American courses are most often pristine, with no surrounding development. As the Creator intended. Native American courses reflect tribal culture and traditions. Cultural assets and experiences include tribal art, pow wows, history, food, tours, and more. The golf is superb, as are the affiliated hotels, resorts, casinos and cultural immersion. However, they’ve never been branded collectively.

Circling Raven is an 18-hole course routed through 632 acres of pristine Palouse country. With no surrounding development, this award-winning Gene Bates championship design pairs ingenious holes with stunning scenery and solitude. Many who play the course, which includes a first-class golf shop and excellent restaurant with bar, claim it as an immediate member of their Top 5 all-time golf experiences.