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Kalispel Golf and Country Club (Spokane, Washington)

Kalispel Golf and Country Club logo Golf Course Review by: Bill Satterfield

The Takeaway:  Grade C+

Quick Facts

Designer:  Jim Barnes 1898 and most recently remodeled by Robert Muir Graves in 1988

Cost:  Semi-Private Club ($115 guest fee) Click for current rates

Phone Number:  (509) 466-2121

Course Website:  Official Website - Visit Kalispel Golf and Country Club's official website by clicking on the link provided.

Directions:  Get here! - 2010 W Waikiki Rd, Spokane, Washington – UNITED STATES

Photos:  See additional photos of Kalispel Golf and Country Club

Accolades:  Ranked 23rd in Washington on Golf Course Gurus' Best in State list. Founded in 1898, it is one of the oldest clubs in the west and host to numberous USGA events.

What to Expect:  Kalispel Golf and 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

Tees Par Yardage Rating Slope
Blue (Option 1) 71 6600 71.3 127
Blue (Option 2) 72 6603 71.6 128
White 72 6313 70.0 124
Gold 73 5857 68.0 121
Red 73 5555 66.6 118
Gold (Women) 73 5857 73.5 129
Red (Women) 73 5555 71.7 126

Individual Hole Analysis

Signature Hole:  16th Hole – 558 Yard Par 5 – The signature hole at Kalispel Golf and Country Club plays over the entrance road leading into the club and doglegs right to a green protected by a trio of bunkers.

16th Hole at Kalispel Golf and Country Club (558 Yard Par 5)
16th Hole at Kalispel Golf and Country Club (558 Yard Par 5)

16th Hole at Kalispel Golf and Country Club (558 Yard Par 5)
16th Hole at Kalispel Golf and Country Club (558 Yard Par 5)

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.

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