Designed by veteran West Coast golf-course architect John Harbottle III, the 7,308-yard course of Palouse Ridge Golf Club—which is also home to Washington State University's golf teams—stretches across Pullman's rolling hills. The course emulates the design of classic Scottish courses, which favor making use of the terrain's natural features instead of building full-scale replicas of the Grand Canyon between each hole. With the peaks of Idaho and Oregon as a backdrop, visitors send golf balls meandering around sand and water hazards, past native prairie, and over elevated tees. On the par 5 fifth hole, they must cross the wide strip of wetlands that guards the high fairway to the left of the green, and the fiendish Hole 11 demands they execute a precise tee shot that accounts for the typical prevailing crosswind. After a round, the scent of tender steaks and Pacific Northwest microbrew beers lures golfers to the British colonial-themed steak house.
Hemmed into the rippling hills of Lewiston, Bryden Canyon Golf Course was established in 1974. Golfers of all experience levels can find a challenge, especially on the skill-testing par 4 holes and the risk-rewarding par 5's. Away from the course, visitors can stock up on gear and friendly advice at the pro shop. They can also refuel their tanks at the bar and grill and prepare for their next round by taking part in the facility's camps, clinics, and private lessons.
Course at a Glance
18-hole, par 71 course
Total of 6,359 yards from the back tees
Three tees per hole
Course rating of 68.6
Course slope of 123
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Golfers of all ages and skill levels will appreciate the clean and well-maintained courses at Lewiston's Lewiston Golf and Country Club.
Parking is provided in a nearby lot, so customers can easily walk to and from their cars.
The Fairways Golf Course’s layout unfurls over rolling terrain teeming with wetlands and native grasses. Multiple water hazards and fast greens pose challenges for experienced players, and relatively open fairways and a set of closer, forward tees cater to golfers of all experience levels. A dramatic conclusion awaits at the par-4, 419-yard 18th hole—the course’s most challenging hole—where golfers must contend with a dog-leg right and a small pond that arches around the front and left sides of the green. Golfers can prepare for the round at the driving range and practice green, or simply ask the course’s beverage-cart operator for the liquid cure for a slice-prone swing.
Lined by tall fir trees, Antler Springs Golf Course's idyllic fairways are particularly welcoming to newcomers, as the par-72 course boasts a rating of 64 and a slope of 110. Measuring 4,688 yards from the back tees, the 18 holes reside along rolling hills and paved trails where golfers can drive their carts or lead their pack mules. The highlight of the course is an island that's home to the 6th and 14th greens as well as tees for the 7th and 15th holes, the latter of which doglegs left along three separate fairways before reaching the green.
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The Black Diamond invites patrons to sample one of the 33 beers on tap with 19 rotating handles while sampling food from the upscale alehouse menu. which features classic American food such as 1/3-pound burgers, buffalo wings, and philly cheesesteaks. In addition to the ever-changing selection of craft beers, the alehouse also has a full lineup of signature cocktails. These include cocktails that use fresh-pressed juice, such as the Gin Rickey, which combines Beefeater gin, fresh lime juice, mint, and agave syrup, or the Side Car, which mixes freshly pressed grapefruit juice with Absolut vodka.