March 24, 2009 in City, Idaho

Tee up Thursday at three area courses

The Spokesman-Review
 
Tags:golf
CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON photo

Don Nelson, left, and Bob Morgan, right rear, hold on as wind catches the cover they’re pulling off the 12th green Monday at Indian Canyon Golf Course in Spokane. The city plans to open Esmeralda, Downriver and Qualchan golf courses Thursday.
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Three Spokane-area golf courses will open for the season Thursday — Downriver, Esmeralda and Qualchan, according to Spokane Parks & Recreation.

Indian Canyon, the other course operated by Spokane Parks & Rec, will open later, “as weather permits,” the department said in a press release.

Likewise, the Coeur d’Alene Public Golf Course will wait another two weeks or so before opening, a spokesman said.

Greens fees for the three Spokane courses opening this week are $25 for 18 holes. For tee times, call (509) 327-5269 for Downriver; (509) 487-6291 for Esmeralda; and (509) 448-9317 for Qualchan.

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