Golf comes to Snoqualmie Casino with Northwest Indoor Golf Championship, Jan. 12-14

  • Tuesday, December 19, 2017 12:19pm
  • Life

Snoqualmie Casino, Seattle’s closest casino, will host its first ever Northwest Indoor Golf Championship, Jan. 12 to 14, with the help of the Full Swing S8 TM golf simulator.

Participants will compete for a share of over $12,000 in cash and prizes, including a grand prize golf package to a major Northwest golf resort, Seahawks memorabilia, Sounders suite tickets and Mariners Diamond Club tickets.

“Snoqualmie Casino always looks to provide experiences you won’t find at other casinos,” says Scott Smith, Executive Director of Marketing at Snoqualmie Casino. “We are proud to host this unique golf event and bring a whole new gaming experience to our guests and Washington State.”

Winter in the Pacific Northwest makes it difficult for golfers to continue to play outdoors; this event is an opportunity to not only get out of the rain but also play some of the top courses in the world including Pebble Beach and Pacific Dunes.

The Full Swing simulator allows golfers a realistic golf experience, indoors.

Each championship participant will compete in a two-player, alternate shot tournament. Registered players will need to provide a GHIN number.

An indoor driving range will be available along with mini lessons and tips from the head golf professional at the Club at Snoqualmie Ridge. In addition to the championship, there will be contests for longest drive, closest to the pin and putting contests in both men and women’s divisions.

Entrance fee is $125 per person. Participants must be 21 years of age and older. For additional details, visit www.snocasino.com.

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