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Loomis Trail; Blaine, Wa. Part of Silver Reef Casino belonging to Lummi Nation. Great stay n play packages avail!! Check us out

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I play Journey at Pechanga once a week. Great course and casino, spa, shows, restaurants! They have it all!
You need to check out Soboba springs golf course in San Jacinto. It is great shape and will host Korn Ferry tour soon.
Tukwet canyon owned by Morongo tribe is in great shape too!

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Excellent work on this Jason.

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Love playing Yocha dehe, Also played Circling Raven and Wilderness Club and they are great too. Didn't care too much for Rolling Hills.

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Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort in North Las Vegas should qualify as a Native American Golf Resort. Three courses The Wolf, Snow Mountain, and Sun Mountain are all great designs, well conditioned and maintained golf courses.. They don’t qualify as casino courses since they are quite removed from the hustle and bustle of the “Strip”, and there is no casino on the property. They are definitely worth the ride from downtown Vegas..

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Yocha dehe GC ;one of the best Golf course in Northern California...

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HI,

Guest you never played Apache Stronghold Resort, San Carlos, AZ. Tom Doal design and better than many on your list.

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I haven't played it, and it was originally on The List until I did more research. Spotty conditioning, as reported by Golf Advisor reviews (3.3 star rating), prompted me to remove it. I'm sure the bones are good, but needs more TLC.

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what about the Native American owned courses in Wisconsin
Thornberry Creek owned by the great Onieda Nation you are forgetting about courses in Midwest area

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I've got Michigan and Minnesota representing the Midwest. The best casino courses in Iowa and Indiana are not Native American owned. Thornberry (4.1 rating on GA) sounds like a nice course. I'll look it up next time I'm in Packerland.

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the wife and I have been going to Turning Stone for the last 3 years...…...it is a 5 hr drive from or house in Pa but well worth it...…..the 3 courses are always in tip top shape and fun to play if you enjoy a challenge.....the rooms are nice , the food is outstanding...…….as for the Casino 2 of 3 years were a profit, not bad...….what is the best part is every employee is happy to work there from the lowest to the highest ranked
we will be going back every year we can ,I'm 73 and only have a few good years of golf left