Washington State casino course records 26% rise in rounds played.
Salish Cliffs Golf Club at Little Creek Casino Resort in Shelton, Wash., announced on August 6th that it posted significant year-to-date growth in several categories, including a 26% increase in rounds played. Through June, total revenue at Salish Cliffs had grown by 12% year-to-date, while retail sales were up 50%.
“In just our second full season we are seeing substantial growth numbers, bucking the industry trend that has often seen rounds flat or down in many areas of the country,” said Salish Cliffs’ Head Golf Professional, David Kass, PGA.
Salish Cliffs has won numerous awards since opening in 2011, including earning Top-10 status in Golf Digest‘s biennial “2013-14 America’s Greatest Courses” by state list and Golfweek‘s “Top-50 Best Casino Courses.” The Gene Bates design was also named “Best New Course” by Golfweek and GOLF Magazine in 2011 and made Forbes.com‘s list of the “Top 10 Best Value Golf Courses in the U.S.”
Last year, Salish Cliffs became the first “salmon safe”-certified golf course in the world, after successfully passing an exhaustive assessment verifying the Squaxin Island Tribe’s commitment to protecting native habitat, managing water runoff, reducing pesticides, and advancing environmental practices throughout the region.
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