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Spokane County Golf Courses Open For 2012 Season

**Press Release from Spokane County**

SPOKANE, Wash. - St. Patrick's Day is fast approaching (March 17th) and most people are thinking about wearing green, but at Spokane County Parks, Recreation and Golf, we think it's a lot more fun to play the greens – and we're excited to announce the start of the 2012 Golf Season at Spokane County's three golf courses – for 2011 prices!

Liberty Lake Golf Course: Friday, March 9th (Course OPENS!)

24403 E. Sprague Ave

Liberty Lake, WA 99019

(509) 255-6233

Liberty Lake Golf Course is located in the City of Liberty Lake (of course) and is approximately 18 miles east of downtown Spokane.  The course underwent a $6 million renovation and reopened in 2010 to outstanding reviews.  The course features 6,664 yards of golf for a par of 70 and a freshly remodeled clubhouse.

MeadowWood Golf Course: Thursday, March 8th (Pro Shop and Driving Range)

                                   Thursday, March 15th (Course OPENS!)

24501 E. Valleyway Ave.
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

(509) 255-9539

MeadowWood Golf Course is located in the beautiful City of Liberty Lake, Washington (18 miles east of downtown Spokane).  The course features 6,874 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.

Hangman Valley Golf Course: Saturday, March 10th (Pro Shop, Putting Green, Driving Range)

                                                   Friday, March 16th (Course OPENS)

2210 E. Hangman Valley

Spokane, WA 99223

(509) 448-1212

Hangman Valley Golf Course is located along beautiful Latah Creek in Spokane, Washington.  The course features 6,865 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.

For more information about golf, as well as other recreational programs and/or venues, go to www.spokanecounty.org/parks and use the quick link "Golf Courses" on the left side of the home page, or call (509) 477-4730.

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