Intro

The Facility Improvement Fee which is built into the City of Spokane Golf Rates is essentially re-paying a loan of $7.5 million that has been set aside for Golf Course Improvements over the next four to five years.

With that said, a large portion of the $7.5 million has been earmarked for irrigation updates and or upgrades as a few of our current systems are from 1935 or the 1950’s.  We believe these irrigation projects at each of the four City of Spokane Golf Courses will not only improve our water conservation but our golfers and their guests will also see significant improvements in their playing conditions.

Lastly, the purpose of this survey today is to gain your perspective on what other course improvements would be important to you based on priorities from 1 – 12, if additional funding was available.

Below please find a Master Plan rendering of Indian Canyon Golf Course that was provided by the Golf Design firm of Robert Trent Jones II.  The purpose of this plan was to help guide our re-investment and not change the course but look for ways the experience of our golfers could be enhanced.  In the future, we look forward to sharing more of our Master Plans with you for the remaining three City of Spokane Golf Courses, (Esmeralda, Downriver, & The Creek at Qualchan) for additional feedback.

Thank you for supporting golf in the City of Spokane and for sharing your feedback with us!

 

Sincerely,

City of Spokane Parks & Recreation

See the Indian Canyon Golf Course Master Plan here to help give context to the options list.

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* 1. Please rank improvements in order of importance to you, 1 being most important and 12 being least.

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