The Takeaway: Grade C+
Designer: Jim Barnes 1898 and most recently remodeled by Robert Muir Graves in 1988
Cost: Private Private Club ($89 guest fee appox.)
Phone Number: (509) 466-9813
Course Website: Official Website - Visit Spokane Country Club's official website by clicking on the link provided.
Accolades: Founded in 1898, it is one of the oldest clubs in the west and host to numberous USGA events.
What to Expect: Spokane Country Club is an established club that dates back to 1898 and features mature pine trees and several elevation changes. The course offers a unique stretch of holes from #7 - #13 where every other hole is a par three.
By the Numbers
|Blue (Option 1)||71||6600||71.3||127|
|Blue (Option 2)||72||6603||71.6||128|
Individual Hole Analysis
Signature Hole: 16th Hole – 558 Yard Par 5 – The signature hole at Spokane Country Club plays over the entrance road leading into the club and doglegs right to a green protected by a trio of bunkers.
Best Par 3: From the tees on the left this hole features an intimidating tee shot over the water while the tee boxes on the right allows the player to hit a runner between the bunkers to the putting surface.
Best Par 4: This dogleg left allows you to cut the corner and really put it close to the green, however anything that is too far left will be a lost ball.
Best Par 5: The tee shot here features a large drop down to the fairway and continues to play downhill a three-leaf clover green surrounded by large pines.
Birdie Time: The 321 yard uphill finishing hole is driveable and thus offers a great chance at birdie if you can avoid the four bunkers that protect this hole.
Bogey Beware: At 466 yards, the 4th hole is easily the longest par four on the course and features a fairly narrow landing area of the tee. You'll be thrilled with a four here.