The Worley, Idaho club will participate in a brand initiative that seeks to collectively market the unique nature of the golf experience at Native American properties.
Circling Raven Golf Club in Worley, Idaho—an amenity of the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, tribally owned and operated by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe – has joined the Native American Golf & Culture Travel brand membership program and its proprietary website, NAGolfCourses.com.
The new branding initiative seeks to collectively market the unique nature of the golf experience at Native American properties.
“Native American Golf & Culture Travel and NAgolfcourses.com offer long-overdue marketing cohesion, a way for our unique tribes and properties to harness the powerful overall brand we share,” said Laura Stensgar, Director of Public Relations/Cultural Tourism at Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel. “We believe the brand marketing program and website will drive more people and groups that stay longer with us, spend and experience more, and take unforgettable memories home with them.”
Circling Raven’s 18-hole course, an award-winning Gene Bates championship design, is routed through 632 acres of Palouse country with no surrounding development, pairing golf with memorable scenery and solitude. This is in keeping with the pristine nature of Native American golf course that seek to reflect tribal culture, traditions, assets and experiences, including tribal art, powwows, history, food, tours, and more.