Meadow Wood

Robert Muir Graves design

In 1985, the land on which Meadow Wood Golf Course sits was used to grow alfalfa, wheat, and grass seed. With the generosity of Jeslyn Morris Schultz and in the interest of conservation, the Schultz family donated 150 acres to Spokane County on which to build Meadow Wood Golf Course. Meadow Wood is a Robert Muir Graves designed, links-style golf course. Opened in 1988, it’s mainly an open course with strategically placed trees, bunkers, and water features. With a varying set of tees, it can be enjoyed by golfers of all skill levels. The course can be played as short as 5709 yards or as far as 6900 yards. In 1996, Golf Digest ranked Meadow Wood Golf Course “One of the Top 10 Best Public Golf Courses in the State of Washington.” Has a full service restaurant and pro shop.

Fees range from $15-$32

Holes: 18 holes

Yardage: 6874 yards

Slope Rating: 126

Course Rating: 72.1


Source: Spokane County

(Spokesman-Review file)

(Spokesman-Review file)

Directions to the next stop: Wandermere Golf Course

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Head west on E Valleyway Ave toward E Olive Ln


Turn right onto N Molter Rd


Turn left onto E Country Vista Dr


Turn right onto N Liberty Lake Rd


Merge onto I-90 W via the ramp to Spokane


Take exit 281 to merge onto US-2 E/US-395 N/S Division St toward Newport/Colville N

Continue to follow US-395 N


Slight right onto N Wandermere Rd

Destination will be on the right