City of Spokane Parks & Recreation Golf Courses!

Esmeralda, constructed in 1956, is located in northeast Spokane and offers open space and flat fairways lined with over 2,000 trees. This combination of attributes makes this superbly maintained course an easy one to break 100 on and tough to break par. Seniors and beginners find Esmeralda a great haven and help to make it Spokane's most played municipal course with par 70, 6,249 yards.
Esmeralda Golf
Downriver Golf Course is a layout that can be enjoyed by players of all skill levels. While not intimidating for the occasional player it also provides a great challenge for the accomplished golfer. Downriver is one of the oldest golf courses in the Spokane area built in 1916. The golf course is heavily treed and lies along the Spokane River and is bordered by Riverside State Park.
Downriver Golf
The Creek at Qualchan is Spokane's newest golf course, offering a new dimension to golf in the Spokane area. A creek meandering throughout the course, five ponds, wooded and hilly areas, a few holes with open beauty, and well protected greens add a new treat to Spokane's enthusiasts. Qualchan is located in a very natural setting, a sanctuary for many species of birds and wildlife.
Qualchan Golf
Indian Canyon was designed in 1930 by H. Chandler Egan and opened for play in 1935. Indian Canyon has been chosen by Golf Digest as one of the top 25 public courses in the United States. The course sits atop the west entrance to Spokane, overlooking the city. Indian Canyon currently hosts the Rosauers Open, the largest PGA section event in the United States.
Indian Canyon Golf